To make sure the people who speak for you get to hear your concerns. To get correct answers to questions, rather than the dubious answers provided by the grapevine. To understand the issues so we can work together to make a difference. To become involved, a little or a lot. Changes are happening that will affect you and your career.
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To make sure the people who speak for you get to hear your concerns. To get correct answers to questions, rather than the dubious answers provided by the grapevine. To understand the issues so we can work together to make a difference. To become involved, a little or a lot. Changes are happening that will affect you and your career. Your opinion matters. It will take a few years to complete, and will span the entire Green Belt of the Niagara region where fruit trees will be planted and their fruit harvested to be donated to local food banks.
We participated in tree-planting on April 26th, and planted native fruit-bearing species such as gooseberry, raspberry, blackbery, currant, hickory, pawpaw, and others. There will be another planting session on May 3rd at the same location bring a shovel if you have one , and Greening Niagara plants trees frequently enough that you can plant trees pretty much any time you want.
Turn right on Disher, then turn right onto Moffat and park at end of the street. April 28th Day of Mourning April 28th is the National Day of Mourning for workers who have been killed, injured, or made ill on the job. There are a variety of ceremonies in Niagara to mark the day listed on this poster. For further information, contact Bruce Allen at Health and Safety When in doubt, contact the Local President.
All the appropriate forms are linked on this page under "How to Report". Call your union if you need help with the paperwork, the Local President is always available to help you out. An Accident is an injury to an employee that requires medical attention and may have resulted in time lost from work.
Violence Workplace Violence is defined in the Occupational Health and Safety Act OHSA as the exercise of physical force by a person against a worker, in a workplace, that causes or could cause physical injury to the worker. This can include physical force, as well as threats to exercise physical force. Violence and harassment under the OHSA includes all sources in the workplace students, parents, members of the public, and colleagues. Harassment Workplace Harassment is defined in the Occupational Health and Safety Act OHSA as engaging in a course of vexatious comment or conduct against a worker in a workplace that is known or ought reasonably to be known to be unwelcome.
We can also provide advice and guidance on many situations. The forms below should be available in the office of any school, and any reports should be submitted to the Principal as soon as possible. Always keep copies for yourself. Incidents and Accidents are covered under Administrative Procedure and reported using the forms from Appendix A1 and A2.
ETFO Niagara Occasional Teachers' Local
Your ETFO Local negotiates your contract , offers support and assistance in any disciplinary or grievance matters, offers professional learning , represents you on committees, provides social events , regularly sends out member updates via e-mail and our e-newsletter , and a myriad of other functions. All phases of WTR are cumulative, so for example Phase 2 added additional struck work while Phase 1 remained in effect. Please remember that the point of work to rule is to inconvenience management without us having to go out picketing. This is not the time to be giving up prep periods and accepting additional supervision time.
Niagara Falls Rally