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Cfp User Manual

However, for your convenience, the main instructions for each of C-TEC's product ranges (typically our control panel manuals) can be downloaded via the menus below. Courting Success! Coronavirus Update Easy EVAC-ALERT. DFU7001020 Rev 1 DFU7001020 Rev 1. Do not operate the fire alarm panel with its enclosure open. There is no need to open the enclosure except to carry out commissioning, maintenance and remedial work. Note: Repeater Fault and Output Delays lights are not on the CFP Economy Panel. Fire Zones Fire silence internal. The final column highlights the pages(s) you should turn to for further information.The panel’s fault output will also activate (provided it hasn’t been disabled). For example, if there is a risk of a false alarm in a zone, e.g. from vehicle exhaust smoke in a loading bay, it is possible for the user to disable that zone during the risk period and enable it again afterwards. After the selection process is complete, fault indication will be restored unless that option was disabled during the selection process. A delay can be programmed into the fire alarm panel to postpone the activation of the alarm sounders and other outputs for a predetermined length of time. The delay period gives a responsible person time to investigate the cause of an alarm, usually in areas which are prone to false alarm (such as vehicle exhaust smoke in a loading bay) before the building is evacuated. ZONES (tick if selected) In the UK, this is necessary to satisfy the recommendations of BS5839-1, compliance with which may be a requirement of legislation. False alarms and maintenance work should also be recorded on page 18.MAINTENANCE OF FALSE ACTION (where cause is unknown, PLEASE (IF KNOWN) ALARM SIGNAL record activities in the area) (YES or NO) TECHNICIAN. It is not subject to the Government of Canada Web Standards and has not been altered or updated since it was archived. Please contact us to request a format other than those available.http://jongauger.com/userfiles/ge-spacemaker-xl-owners-manual.xml

Organizations register individuals that have a priority entitlement by entering priority person’s personal information in PIMS, in order for them to be referred to job opportunities within the government. Priority persons have access to their registration through the Priority Portal, which is a secure window into PIMS. Priority persons are then able to view, make or request changes to their personal information through the Portal for the duration of their entitlement. This process, where the priority person is actively engaged in ensuring the accuracy of information in their registration, helps to ensure that entitlements to a priority appointment are valid and respected as mandated by the Public Service Employment Act (PSEA) and the Public Service Employment Regulations (PSER). Some actions may require special attention, especially the following: The reason for this is that each click of the scroll wheel will change the item that you have selected from that drop-down list. Please use the navigation buttons which appear in PIMS, which are usually located at the bottom of any given screen. Please keep the same language as the one you chose when you first log in. The user ID and password are issued to HR professionals by Publiservice to post Public Service Staffing Notices and to access PIMS. Then choose your language of choice on the “Single Sign-on” page, and in the left hand column, click on “Register” and fill out the registration form. Results: After the search, results will appear. If no file has been found, choose d). Once the result information appears, click one of the following, according to the appropriate situation: The following question will appear: Are you sure you wish to delete the registration currently identified in Draft status in the Portal. Select one of the following: Click on the Back button to return to the Main Menu. OR If there is no file found for this person, click on the Initiate New Registration button.http://indianespace.com/userfiles/ge-spacemaker-xl-microwave-oven-manual.xml

NOTE: Before filling out this page, please scroll through the form and make sure you have all the required information at hand. The system will not save a partially completed form and allow you to retrieve it at a later date.From the drop-down list, select the Home Organization, which is your organization and is responsible for managing the priority person’s entitlement. The name of your organization will appear as a default. The originator’s fields are populated automatically if the person entering the data previously accessed PIMS with a valid user name and password. The first name, last name, title, telephone number, e-mail address and confirm e-mail address will appear each time the originator initiates a registration. However, if any changes to the originator’s fields (populated automatically by PIMS) have to be made, the section Profile Update can be used to modify these fields. The section Profile Update appears in the left-hand column of the screen inPIMS. The originator is usually the human resources (HR) advisor responsible for the priority person and who will be the main contact when communicating with the Public Service Commission (PSC). The originator's e-mail address must be correctly entered in order to receive a system-generated e-mail response from PIMS. If a typo occurs or there is a mistake in the e-mail address the originator will not receive the notification. The PSC recommends that a generic e-mail address for the home organization’s HR division be used to ensure that e-mails sent to that address are accessible at all times for continuity and timely follow-up; for example, in case the HR advisor who registered the priority person is unavailable for whatever reason. Complete the following: first name, last name, home telephone number, work telephone number, e-mail address and confirm e-mail address of the priority person.

The home organization must inform the priority person that this mandatory field refers only to the language in which they want to receive their correspondence, including the written results of assessment feedback on referrals. The priority person will still have the choice of which official language is to be used for further assessment in any appointment process, e.g., interview or written exam. Select the accurate priority person entitlement with the appropriate dates: In addition, the start and end dates of the entitlement must be entered. The Reinstatement priority must be captured as an update to an existing entitlement. It is not possible to initiate a New Registration for a reinstatement entitlement. For additional information on priority types, click on Guide on Priority Administration. You can enter a maximum of 10 groups and levels. NOTE: The groups and levels should be equivalent to the substantive group and level of the priority person and also relevant to the priority person’s work experience. At the priority persons’ request, and with the approval of their home organization, the PSC will refer priority persons to positions one level lower than the level of their substantive position. Higher level positions are not to be added as recommended groups and levels, as these would constitute a promotion. Priority persons wishing to be considered for positions that would constitute a promotion can self-refer to these opportunities. The priority person has Read Only access to this information while the registration is in Draft status in the Priority Portal. Once the registration is activated via PIMS, the priority person will be able to make or request changes, some of which may require approval by the home organization. For persons with a Relocation of Spouse Priority, choose the PSC Priority Administration office closest to where the person is moving.

Additional information, if any, as well as any supporting documentation, must be provided to the PSC Priority Administration advisor responsible for the file. If there are any errors or omissions, a message in red will appear above where they took place. If the registration initiated contains no errors or omissions, a Thank You message will appear on your screen. Once the above-mentioned sections are completed and the Initiate New Registration button is pressed, the registration is initiated and will appear in Draft status in the Priority Portal, where it is accessed by the priority person. This temporary passcode needs to be reset if it has not been used within 10 calendar days or it has become invalid after 10 unsuccessful attempts. If the home organization has completed the full registration process on behalf of a priority person, it may be necessary to generate a temporary passcode for them so they can access the Portal. This will send an e-mail to the priority person in which the passcode is included; OR This will send an e-mail to the priority person with their new temporary passcode. Click on the Hyperlink and the Priority Profile Menu will appear. You can then review, approve and activate a new registration. Please refer to section 2.4. This is to prevent changes being made by more than one person at a time. Once the person logs off, or after 90 minutes of inactivity, the access to make or approve changes to the file will be restored. Failure to log out will prevent the priority person or the PSC Priority Administration advisor from accessing the file for 90 minutes. Should this occur, you will need to access the Login Screen and complete the sign-in process once again. Review the Personal Information section that has partially been filled out by the home organization, when initiating the registration in PIMS and completed by the priority person, through the Priority Portal. Enter any information that was not filled out when you initiated the registration.

If the priority person does not have a manager (e.g., medically released, surviving spouse or common-law partner priority entitlements), information for a second contact within the organization must be provided. Ensure that the Second Language Evaluation results (SLE) entered by the priority person are still valid at the time of the registration. Indicate the “valid until” date in the Additional Information section. NOTE: When SLE results are no longer valid, you must make the necessary arrangements for SLE testing. NOTE: For surplus and lay-off employees, SLE test results that are over five years old will be deemed valid on the condition that the priority person obtain new, valid SLE test results that meet the linguistic profile of their new position within 12 months of the appointment (this is a temporary measure until March 31, 2015). Information entered in this field needs to be approved by the home organization. Enter the Recommended Groups and Levels for term positions, if the priority person has indicated an interest in term positions, in the Additional Information section of the registration. A maximum of 10 occupational groups and levels can be input for term positions. While recommended groups and levels for indeterminate positions have already been added when initiating the registration, they can be added to or removed. When the registration is activated, the priority person can update their recommended groups and levels but the information needs to be approved by the home organization. Ensure that Experience Codes are updated whenever groups and levels - for both indeterminate and terms positions - have been modified. All experience codes are listed under the Program and Administrative Services heading. Click on the drop-down menu. A list of experience corresponding to the recommended groups and levels entered above will be displayed. A maximum of 30 experience codes can be added.

As experience is used to identify priority persons for possible referrals, only experience that is clearly reflected in the work experience or formal training portion of the resume are to be recorded. Information entered in this field from the priority person needs to be approved by the home organization. Ensure that any relevant Professional Qualifications are specified, even though it is not a mandatory field. Ensure that the highest level of Education has been added by the priority person. Review areas of Mobility entered by the priority person taking into account indeterminate and term positions. If the mobility areas differ between the indeterminate and term positions, add a note in the Additional Information section from the Priority Profile Menu. Information entered by the priority person needs to be approved by the home organization. Priority persons are encouraged to use the Resume Template. Review the Resume added by the priority person to ensure that experience codes inputted in the registration match the resume. Experience codes that do not reflect the work experience and formal training in the resume are to be removed from the priority person’s profile. Review the Availability field entered by the priority person. If the entitlement start date has not yet started, the availability must be set to No and the start date of the entitlement needs to be entered in the date field. If the priority person is currently unavailable for referrals for whatever reason (out of country, on sick leave, etc.) the availability is set to No and the tentative date when the priority person would be available is entered in the date field. Information entered by the priority person in these fields needs to be approved by the home organization. Information entered by the priority person in these fields needs to be approved by the home organization.

NOTE: All data entry in the Other Information text box must be written in the priority person’s preferred language of correspondence. No X should appear; this means that all the mandatory information has been entered. From the Priority Profile Menu, press the Approve button to activate the registration. An e-mail with general information on priority entitlements and the Priority Administration program is sent to the priority person and a copy is sent to the PSC Priority Administration advisor for monitoring purposes. NOTE: The home organization must send the supporting documentation to the PSC Priority Administration advisor no later than 10 working days following the activation of the registration in PIMS. Failure to submit the paperwork will not affect a priority person’s referrals; however, no appointment will be permitted until the PSC has received the necessary documentation. This feature allows the organization to view and print the entire registration of an active priority person. From the Menu in PIMS: NOTE: Before filling out this page, please make sure you have all the required information at hand to complete the registration. The system will not save a partially completed form and allow you to retrieve it at a later date. It will close after 90 minutes of inactivity. Click on the Search button. Results: After the search, Results will appear. Once the Result information appears, click one of the following, according to the appropriate situation: The following question will appear: Are you sure you wish to delete the registration currently identified in Draft status in the Portal. Select one of the following: Click on the Back button to come back to the Menu. OR If there is no file found for this person, click on Create New Registration.

The Priority Profile Menu will appear to fully complete the priority registration: It will not be possible to SAVE a partially completed registration; If no match was found when the Search was performed, click on Complete a full new registration. NOTE: Persons who are registering for the following entitlements may not have a PRI. In this case, another number is recorded in this space: Provision of gender information is voluntary and is used for statistical purposes only; Street Address: Enter the street address and city where the priority person currently resides; City, Province: If the priority person does not reside in Canada, please choose “Outside Canada” from the drop-down menu. If a change is made to the area of residence, you will have to review the information provided in the Mobility field to ensure that it has been adjusted accordingly), Postal Code, Home Telephone No.:(999-999-9999), Work Telephone No.: (999-999-9999). Please ask the priority person to check their filters and settings for junk mail so that e-mails from government servers are not being rejected or trashed. Should the priority person’s e-mail address change, it is their responsibility to update their registration (or to inform the home organization) as soon as possible so that they continue to receive e-mails for possible employment opportunities and feedback on employment referrals. The PSC is committed to achieving a public service that reflects the diversity of Canada. Many organizations have positive policies, practices or elements of an employment equity (EE) plan designed to address identified disadvantages and under-representation of designated groups. Sections 3 and 4 of the Public Service Employment Regulations state that there is no requirement to take into consideration priorities if the appointment of a member of a designated group is made within an EEprogram, unless the person entitled to a priority is a member of the EE group to which the program applies.

The PSC monitors this non-application of the priority provisions to ensure that priority persons who meet the EE criteria are considered ahead of all others. You must inform the priority person that these fields refer only to the language in which they want to receive their correspondence, including the written results of assessment feedback on referrals. This does not automatically indicate the language in which the priority person would be assessed to determine whether they meet the essential qualifications for a position. The potential hiring organization must assess the priority person in the official language of their choice. NOTE: If the priority person changes their address at any time, you must also update the Province and the Area of Residence fields, if applicable. You should also go to the Mobility section and: NOTE: Only the originator will receive the e-mail with priority referrals. From the drop-down menu, select the Home Organization of the priority person. These fields are populated automatically if the person entering the data has previously accessed PIMS with a valid user name and password. The first name, last name, title, telephone number and address will appear each time the originator initiates a registration. However, the section Profile Update can be modified to reflect any changes that should appear on future registrations. (The section Profile Update appears in the left-hand column of the screen in PIMS.) The PSC recommends that the priority person’s HR advisor information be populated in the Originator section. In addition, the PSC recommends that a generic e-mail address for the home organization’s HR division be provided to ensure that e-mails sent to that address are accessible at all times for continuity and follow-up, e.g., in case the HR advisor is absent for whatever reason.

If the priority person being registered was reclassified to a lower level, the home organization must record the current one (the lower level versus the priority person’s previous substantive level). (See the Additional Information section for comments regarding recommended groups and levels.) NOTE: For CF and RCMP members released or discharged for medical reasons and most persons registered as a surviving spouse or common-law partner, priority entitlement will not include an identified group and level. As such, CF and RCMPmembers have the classification of AT-00 and surviving spouse or common-law partners have the classification of SS-00. Select the accurate priority person entitlement with the appropriate dates: Code 9 (Relocation of spouse). You must enter the start and end dates of the entitlement; In addition, the start date and the end date of the entitlement must be entered. It is not possible to initiate a new registration for a reinstatement entitlement. Ensure that the SLE results are still valid at the time of the registration. NOTE: When SLE results are no longer valid, the home organization must make the necessary arrangements for SLE testing. ( NOTE: For surplus and lay-off employees, SLE test results that are over five years old will be deemed valid on the condition that priority person obtain new, valid SLE test results that meet the linguistic profile of their new position within 12 months of the appointment (this is a temporary measure until March 31, 2015). NOTE: As a result of interaction between the Portal and PIMS, e-mails and notifications are generated and sent to priority persons, home organizations and the PSC Priority Administration advisor in both official languages. More information on this subject can be found in the Guide to Implementing the Policy on Official Languages in the Appointment Process. Enter a maximum of 10 groups and levels.

Higher level positions should not be added as recommended groups and levels, as these would constitute a promotion. Once the registration is activated via PIMS, the priority person will be able to make or request changes, some of which may require approval by the home organization. Enter a maximum of 10 groups and levels. (You can populate these boxes by pressing the Copy button if the same groups and levels are entered in the indeterminate boxes.) NOTE: The groups and levels should be equivalent to the substantive group and level of the priority person and also relevant to their work experience. It is also possible to enter groups and levels that are one level lower than the level of the person’s substantive position. Priority persons can self-refer to higher groups and levels. The PSC does not normally refer priority persons to higher-level positions. When selecting codes, please keep in mind that experience must be supported by the work experience or formal training listed in the priority person’s resume. Ensure that there is a logical link between the experience selected and the recommended groups and levels chosen. From the drop-down menu under Experience, select the e xperience codes and click on the Add button. Repeat this step to add any other experience codes from this drop down menu. When all the experience codes have been chosen based on a specific Occupational Group, select another Occupational Group from the drop-down menu. The screen will show each experience code chosen for the occupational group(s) based on the recommended groups and levels that were chosen. If an experience code has been added that does not correspond to the priority person’s experience, you would press the corresponding Delete button in the Action column to remove the code. Enter a maximum of 30 codes. Any experience code that is added will be used to identify the priority person for possible referral opportunities. It is not a mandatory field.

NOTE: Locations where there are limited employment opportunities are identified as such in the drop-down list under “ Choose a specific location within the District ” (20 staffing requests or less historically). From the Choose Region(s) drop-down menu, select a region (in consultation with the priority person) corresponding to the person’s mobility. If not, go to the Choose District(s) menu. From the Choose District(s) drop-down menu, select a District. Only press the Add District(s) ( to my selection OR ) button if the person is mobile to ALL locations in the district. If not, go to the Choose specific location(s) within the District selected above menu. You can add more than one district by clicking the Add District (s) (to my selection OR) button. From the Choose specific location(s) within the District drop-down menu, select a city within the district. Then press the Add button. You can add more than one city by clicking the Add button. This section is filled in the same way as the mobility section for indeterminate positions. It should be filled in only if a priority person is willing to accept a term position in a specific location. From the drop-down menu, select the areas corresponding to the priority person’s mobility. When entering mobility areas, please ensure that the priority person is willing to accept a term position in all of the areas chosen. PIMS refers the priority persons to Term Positions the moment they are identified against a request. To avoid unnecessary referrals and possible delays for hiring organizations, priority persons should be properly counseled regarding their mobility. Mobility for term positions can differ, depending on the tenure and groups and levels to which the priority person is being referred. This should be clarified in the Additional Information section under the Other Information text box. An electronic version of their resume is mandatory. All of the above fields will impact the priority person’s referral activity.

You should ensure that the priority person is aware of the difference between operational requirements and Conditions of Employment. Shift work, travel and overtime play a key role in the referral process. These three questions refer to Conditions of Employment. If the priority person answers No to any of them, they will not be considered for processes where this has been listed as a Condition of Employment. Once activated, any updates to these fields will remain in pending status until the home organization has approved or denied the update. If the home organization records any changes to the registration, the changes should also be summarized in the text box. If the entitlement has not yet started, the availability must be set to No and the date of the entitlement entered in the date field. Any updates to this field will remain in pending status until the home organization has approved or denied the update. NOTE: Unavailability does not extend the life of a priority entitlement. The entitlement continues and the end date remains the same. The unavailability is used for referral purposes only. Additional information, if any is required, as well as any supporting documents must be provided to the PSC Priority Administration advisor responsible for the file. A Thank You message will appear on your screen. NOTE: Organizations MUST provide the PSC with the supporting documents no later than 10 working days following the start date. Failure to submit the paperwork will not affect a priority person’s referrals; however, no appointment will be permitted until the PSC has received the necessary documentation. Then the priority person will be able to review the registration and make any changes. Whenever the priority person updates their priority registration in fields that require approval and activation by the home organization, an e-mail generated by PIMS is sent to the home organization to notify them that a request for update has been received and is in pending status.

The home organization must quickly review the information to approve or cancel the request. A section entitled Notifications in the Portal allows the priority person to be made aware of every change to their registration. Each Notification is recorded in the Portal and can be viewed at any time. The same Notifications appear in PIMSon the registration page. A Notification provides the status of the request, date of the change, and who approved and activated the change. By clicking View in Notification, all changes made to the registration, either by the priority person in the Portal, the home organization or the PSC in PIMS are highlighted. This feature allows the organization to view and print the entire registration of an active priority person. From the Menu in PIMS: If you don't know the PRN, enter the person's surname. Click on the Hyperlink and the registration will appear. Enter the new data on the registration by typing over old data, if necessary. Ensure that the originator's information and e-mail address are updated. If the previous originator was someone else, enter your information and address in order to receive the confirmation of the update from thePSC Priority Administration advisor. To change a priority type ( Home Organization and Priority Information section ), ensure that the new entitlement start and end dates are updated and accurate. If there are any errors or omissions, a message in red will appear above where they took place. Include your name and the date. Again, click on Save. If there are any errors or omissions, a message in red will appear above where they took place. Within a few minutes, the system will send an e-mail to the priority person, containing the details of the information you have updated in their registration.