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  • CIU Local 19 conducts food drive in support of the Inn of the Good Shepherd | Customs and Immigration Union
    Regulations Reports Home Current Issues Collective Bargaining CIU Local 19 conducts food drive in support of the Inn of the Good Shepherd CIU Local 19 conducts food drive in support of the Inn of the Good Shepherd 3 February 2015 Posted in Collective Bargaining By National Office On Friday December 19 th members of the PSAC Customs and Immigration Union CIU Local 19 conducted a quick food drive in support of the Inn of the Good Shepherd Both on duty and off duty members attended with donations In addition bargaining team member Lauren Baert was in attendance to answer any questions in relation to the negotiation process currently underway The organizers were very impressed with the response while the members were very pleased to support such a worthy cause leading up to the holidays This entry was posted on February 3 2015 by Jonathan Choquette Other articles posted in Collective Bargaining FB Group Calls for Pension Commitment in Bargaining 27 March Twenty five and out plan raised at bargaining table and in Pension Advisory Committee Employees in the FB bargaining unit are law enforcement personnel We are subject to the same rigorous employment standards as other law enforcement workers in

    Original URL path: http://www.ciu-sdi.ca/2015/02/ciu-local-19-conducts-food-drive-in-support-of-the-inn-of-the-good-shepherd/ (2015-04-05)
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  • FB team raises health and safety issues in bargaining | Customs and Immigration Union
    to the Health and Safety provisions of our collective agreement Our proposals address the changes made by C 4 legislation that removed or weakened significant sections of the Canada Labour Code and include protections against discipline for refusing dangerous work and provide much greater emphasis on the role of Health and Safety committees in CBSA workplaces We are also proposing to address mental health issues at CBSA via the implementation of recommendations contained in the National Standard for Psychological Health and Safety in the Workplace We also tabled language that would help to expedite the grievance process Inland enforcement issues sick leave child care Our team also reminded CBSA that our union is opposed to the contracting out of our work including duties performed by Inland Enforcement Officers and that the law prohibits any unilateral changes to matters being negotiated at the bargaining table The government s position remains unchanged with respect to sick leave Our team again reiterated our rejection of the government s proposed short term disability plan Our child care demand proposes the development of solutions to workplace child care such as reversing the policy shift towards charging rent to child care centres in federal government buildings

    Original URL path: http://www.ciu-sdi.ca/2015/01/fb-team-raises-health-and-safety-issues-in-bargaining/ (2015-04-05)
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  • PA bargaining team puts forward proposals for a healthy workplace | Customs and Immigration Union
    calling on the government to provide better support for its employees with young children Affordable and accessible child care remains a pressing concern for many working families Our child care demand proposes the development of solutions to workplace child care such as reversing the policy shift towards charging rent to child care centres in federal government buildings as well as identifying other accessible community options and making these solutions available to workers Mental health We tabled language to protect the psychological health of employees The proposal calls for the adoption of the National Standard for Psychological Health and Safety in the Workplace The union proposal highlights the need for union and management to work together to identify psychologically harmful practices in the workplace and implement measures that support and promote good mental health Health and safety Our proposal addresses the changes made by Bill C 4 that removed or weakened significant sections of the Canada Labour Code including the definition of danger the right to refuse dangerous work and the right to investigations and inspections We reserved on the right to make proposals on Automated External Defibrillators AEDs and environmental sensitivities Grievances and union leave In an effort to expedite the adjudication process our bargaining team put forward several important amendments to the grievance procedure We also proposed changes to the Leave for Alliance Business article including removing the language on operational requirements In addition we proposed that certain types of union leave be with pay which would be reimbursed by PSAC to Treasury Board Other issues Our team tabled new language on classification reform emphasizing the importance of developing updated classification standards during the life of the new agreement We re back at the table the week of March 23 2015 Please stay tuned for further developments and visit

    Original URL path: http://www.ciu-sdi.ca/2015/01/pa-bargaining-team-puts-forward-proposals-for-a-healthy-workplace/ (2015-04-05)
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  • CIU Thanks Nominations And Elections Committee Members | Customs and Immigration Union
    complete all but one Nominations and Elections Committee has finished its work This volunteer duty is time consuming and in some Branches this year it required more time and effort than usual We thank Nominations and Elections Committee members for having taken on this responsibility and for their commitment throughout the process Thanks also to CIU National Office Staff members Sister Cécile Ventura Fornos and Brother Erik Lupien who provided

    Original URL path: http://www.ciu-sdi.ca/2014/12/ciu-thanks-nominations-and-elections-committee-members/ (2015-04-05)
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  • CBSA agrees to affix reflective tape identifiers to flaps on BSO vests | Customs and Immigration Union
    Current Issues Reflective Identifiers on Vests CBSA agrees to affix reflective tape identifiers to flaps on BSO vests CBSA agrees to affix reflective tape identifiers to flaps on BSO vests 15 December 2014 Posted in Reflective Identifiers on Vests By National Office After discussions with CIU in particular Brother Mark Weber Chair of the Occupational Safety and Health Committee and Brother André Beaulieu member of the CBSA Uniform Committee the CBSA has agreed to amend its position regarding the reflective tape identifiers On December 12 CBSA wrote to its managers indicating The concerns of officers regarding the decision to permanently affix the tape to vest carriers have been heard and after further review we will return to the previous approach of having it affixed to flaps of vest carriers Officers who currently have flaps are expected to have the new reflective tape affixed to these immediately As for vests already completed officers have the choice of keeping the tape on or removing it until new flaps are provided to them Any removed reflective tape should be returned to local management For CIU this is a step in the right direction Any outstanding issues regarding the Federal Identify Program will be

    Original URL path: http://www.ciu-sdi.ca/2014/12/cbsa-agrees-to-affix-reflective-tape-identifiers-to-flaps-on-bso-vests/ (2015-04-05)
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  • Customs and Immigration Union | The voice of over 10,000 Canadians working to protect our country | Page 2
    November 20 2014 16th annual Quebec Police Awards in Montreal Brother Charles Dudemaine Intelligence Analyst was awarded an honorary plaque for having helped put a stop to human trafficking that was occurring in Quebec Those entering Canada illegally were using unguarded roads in the regions of Stanstead and Trout River as well as waterways on FB members send out a clear message to the Canadian public 18 November FB members are wearing badges in support of a fair contract Our message to CBSA and the government is clear PSAC CIU members in the FB bargaining unit keep our communities safe and deserve to be treated with respect The following are the different messages on the badges I find missing children with or without Photos of the 2014 CIU National Convention 30 October Photos taken during the CIU National convention can be viewed by clicking on the following link 2014 CIU National Convention Congrès national du SDI 2014 Copies can be ordered directly from Murray Mosher murray murraymosher com Sign the pledge Support healthy workplaces 30 October No one should face a choice between going to work sick or losing pay Treasury Board has proposed a Go to work sick plan that would encourage people to come to work sick passing the germs onto their co workers or the public they serve Support paid sick leave for federal government workers and for all workers across Our new elected National Representatives 5 October The new elected CIU National Representatives have taken the oath of office at the 17th National Convention National President Brother Jean Pierre Fortin Eastern Township Branch Re elected by acclamation First National Vice President Brother Mark Weber Toronto Branch Elected Second National Vice President Sister Brea Lewis Saskatchewan Branch Elected in second round Third National Vice President Brother André

    Original URL path: http://www.ciu-sdi.ca/page/2/ (2015-04-05)
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  • Change of Address and Subscriptions | Customs and Immigration Union
    Accommodate Representation Find your Union Representative Forms Guides Collective Agreements Find a Decision About the Union Profile History National Representatives Life Honourary Members Publications Rules Regulations Reports Home Representation Change of Address and Subscriptions Change of Address and Subscriptions Find your profile First Name Last Name PSAC ID Find your profile Searching Verify your PSAC union membership and or find your PSAC ID This entry was posted on September 23

    Original URL path: http://www.ciu-sdi.ca/representation/change-of-address/ (2015-04-05)
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  • Policies | Customs and Immigration Union
    party Materials Some of the material found on the CIU Website may be subject to copyright held by other organizations In such cases some restrictions on the reproduction of materials may apply and it may be necessary to seek permission from the rights holder prior to reproducing the material It is the sole responsibility of the visitor to determine the copyright of the content and to obtain all necessary permissions For information concerning copyright ownership and restrictions on reproduction on this site please contact Webmaster Communications Political Coordination Customs and Immigration Union 1741 Woodward Drive Ottawa ON K2C 0P9 Fax 613 723 7895 Email web ciu sdi ca Privacy The Customs and Immigration Union is committed to maintaining the privacy of visitors to this site All technical measures relating to the hosting of this site are managed under contract by the CIU The CIU nor it s contractors does not automatically collect any personal information through this web site This information would only be obtained if it is supplied by contacting the CIU in which case the personal information will only be used to respond to a visitor s specific inquiry or request and for no other purpose To better safeguard their privacy visitors who wish to contact the CIU should not include any personal information that is not required for responding to a comment or request For instance an e mail request would not require a home or business address for the response Personal information submitted by visitors who wish to make comments or requests will not be disclosed to anyone outside the CIU unless authorized by the individual concerned or unless required or authorized by law Disclaimers Some of the information in this web site has been provided by external sources The CIU is not responsible for the accuracy reliability or currency of the information provided by external sources Visitors wishing to rely upon this information should consult directly with the source of the information The CIU accepts no responsibility should any damages be caused to a person as a result of the use that is made of information provided in or taken from this site or as a result of reliance on the information available on the site This disclaimer of liability also applies to any damages or injury caused by any failure of performance error omission interruption deletion defect delay in operation or transmission computer virus communication line failure theft or destruction or unauthorized access to alteration of or use of information under any cause of action Official Languages The CIU is committed to ensuring that all information on this site is available in both French and English However visitors should be aware that some information from external sources is available only in the language in which it was provided Accessibility The CIU makes every effort to meet the needs of its visitors by providing web sites that are accessible and that offer content equally in both official languages If visitors are having difficulty accessing or

    Original URL path: http://www.ciu-sdi.ca/policies (2015-04-05)
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