Nev. Admin. Code § 284.208 - Compensation for dangerous duty

1. Except as otherwise provided in subsection 3, only the following groups, under the conditions described, are entitled to receive pay for dangerous duty:
(a) Employees engaged in scuba or skin diving.
(b) Employees who perform duties at a height of more than 16 feet above the floor in a building or 16 feet above ground level outside of a building if the work is performed on portable equipment or outside of a railed or protected area.
(c) All employees, except pilots, for time spent in single engine aircraft or helicopters when required to do so by the employer.
(d) Employees required to handle or use explosives.
(e) Employees performing maintenance or abatement on materials containing lead paint or asbestos, or both, in any area in which personal protective equipment must be worn in compliance with 29 C.F.R. Part 1910, Subpart I.
2. Except as otherwise provided in this subsection and subsection 3, an employee who performs any dangerous duty must receive additional pay equal to 10 percent of his or her normal rate of pay for each hour in which he or she performs any dangerous duty. An exempt classified employee who performs any dangerous duty for any portion of a workday must receive the additional pay for all his or her regularly scheduled hours of employment on that workday.
3. An employee described in subsection 1 is not entitled to receive pay for dangerous duty if the duties that he or she performs are an inherent and regular part of the duties assigned to the class of which the employee is a member. These duties need not appear in the class specification of the employee. Compensation for the performance of those duties may be made only if the duties performed by the employee would not be required of the class as a whole.


Nev. Admin. Code § 284.208

Added to NAC by Dep't of Personnel, eff. 8-26-83; A 10-26-84; 9-17-87; 3-23-94; R082-00, 8-2-2000; R147-01, 1-22-2002; A by Personnel Comm'n by R068-03, 10-30-2003; R182-03, 1-27-2004

NRS 284.065, 284.155, 284.175

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