9. An employee is deemed to be at work
(1) while available to the employer at the place of work and required to wait for work to be assigned; and
(2) while travelling required by the employer, including the time spent travelling from one traffic control work site to another. Despite the foregoing, the time needed for an employee to travel to work before the workday begins and to return from work after is not part of the workday, except when the employee
(a) must travel from his or her usual place of residence to the meeting place designated by the employer or to a traffic control work site and that site is situated outside a 40 km radius from the office of the employer; or
(b) travels from the meeting place designated by the employer to the traffic control work site.
For the purposes of subparagraph 2 of the first paragraph, the time spent travelling is paid at the wage rate applicable to the employee on the basis of the nature of the work to be performed at the traffic control work site, excluding premiums.
1529-2022O.C. 1529-2022, s. 9.