On the National Day of Mourning, PSAC joins Canada’s unions in recognizing the devastating human cost of COVID-19.
Health and safety
PSAC is committed to promoting and maintaining the highest degree of physical, mental and social well-being of workers. Staff work closely with local occupational health and safety committees, lobby for better health and safety laws and negotiate health and safety provisions in collective agreements.
The Health and Safety Committee of the Regional Council works with the REVP and staff to plan and deliver a conference each cycle.
The national Health and Safety Program provides a range of services for members directed by Conventions, the National Board of Directors and the Alliance Executive Committee.
NB – HOW TO CELEBRATE PRIDE DURING COVID-19?
The PSAC Greater Moncton Human Rights committee and the Young Workers committee held in event for Pride week in Moncton.
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Western Area Council National Day of Mourning
The Western Area Council as they take part in the virtual Corner Brook National Day of Mourning Ceremony.
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Criminal and provincial charges laid in 2018 workplace fatality
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Steps for Life – Register now!
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One is too many: No one should die on the job
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