Mae hwn yn fersiwn HTML o atodiad i'r cais Rhyddid Gwybodaeth 'Interpretation 19.3 of single status agreement (red book)'.

Craig Cummings 
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Kenny McKaig 01382 434577
Dear Sir/Madam
Freedom of Information Request Reference No. 20180112003   
I refer to your request of 12/01/2018
The answers to your questions are as follows:  
Could you provide me your interpretation of "costs"  section 19.3 of the single 
status agreement
19.3 Where a council requires an employee to possess a Heavy Goods Vehicle, 
Passenger Service Vehicle and/or other special driving licence, the council shall 
meet the costs.
Does the council meet the cost or reimburse for employees for : 
Certificate of Professional Competence (CPC)- We would expect any new start to have obtained the certificate, 
but we would reimburse any employees with their cost of training for continued professional development, in 
this case it is 7 hours per year. 
LGV medical - We would reimburse employees for a medical.
Tachograph card (driver smart card) - We would reimburse employees for a Tachograph Card.
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Kenneth McKaig
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