Tags: Provincial collective agreement, ratification vote Union members voted overwhelmingly in favour of the agreement at ratification meetings across the province on June 9, 2016. In the meantime, the agreement contains a new provision that allows regular employees who perform crane and equipment rental work and who have been on the employer`s payroll for six consecutive months or more, to be reimbursed for the ontario College of Business` annual dues and also to obtain a medical report that meets the AZ licence requirements. In addition to the monetary package, the agreement contains a language aimed at improving operators` safety equipment. Below is a local 793 news release on the ratification of the provincial collective agreement. CORPORATE ENGINEERS RATIFY NEW AGREEMENT WITH CONTRACTORS OAKVILLE – Members of Local 793 of the International Union of Operational Engineers have ratified a new three-year provincial collective agreement with contractors. Union members voted overwhelmingly in favour of the agreement […] The agreement adds a new provision to ensure employers provide workers with fall protection equipment and safety vests. A new provision has been added: tower patients must have appropriate cabin seats, including padded seats, armrests and backrests, but not limited. Local 793 will be held on Thursday, June 9, 2016 at 7:30 p.m. at a series of sites across the province for members working under the provincial collective agreement.m specific voting sessions called ratification votes. Click here for official notice and meeting points OAKVILLE – Members of Local 793 of the International Union of Operational Engineers have ratified a new three-year provincial collective agreement with contractors.
“We are pleased to have been able to work with our employers to reach an agreement,” said Mike Gallagher, Commercial Director of Local 793. “Given our overall strong working situation, this was the right deal. We were determined to get a fair deal, and we are sure it has been done. » Click here for the official announcement and meeting places. Gallagher said an agreement was reached because the union and employers took a mature approach to the discussions and were respectful of each other. He found that Ken Williams Jr., president of pumpcrete Corporation and president of the Crane Rental Association of Ontario (CRAO), performed on behalf of employers after the death of Ray Goodfellow, former president of the CRAO. . . .