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Oshawa Fire Collective Agreement

Over the years, IAFF has played an important role in firefighting, hazardous materials training, laugh training and much more in the areas of safety and safety. As readers can understand if adopted in its current form, Bill 57`s Plan 18 has the potential to have a significant impact on interest arbitration, and thus collective bargaining, in the firefighting sector. The aim of improving the protection of the two-hated players` legislation is to give all parties in the workplace, both associations and employers, a clarification of their rights and obligations vis-à-vis volunteer firefighters on this important and long-standing issue. Municipalities are encouraged to carefully consider these amendments before fire tariff negotiations begin or continue. The founding group of firefighters worked hard to come together to improve the working conditions of firefighters, who suffered long hours of work (84 hours of work weeks), low wages and minimum safety standards. This has had an impact not only on their own lives, but also on the service they have been able to render to their communities. The rounding of these provisions is a rear-view mirror restriction that prohibits municipalities from employing a firefighter, removing a firefighter or assigning a firefighter because he has worked, works or wants to work as a volunteer firefighter. All CUPE members work under the protection of a collective agreement called a collective agreement. Your local union negotiates the terms of the agreement.

Elected local union leaders also work with the employer to resolve workplace issues. Our community spoke when we asked them what they wanted in their firefighters. More than 90% of those surveyed said their firefighters should arrive at the emergency site in six minutes or less. It`s time for the City of Oshawa – Municipal Administration and Fire Chief Oshawa to listen to the community and firefighters.

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