Update on Auto and NAFTA
Document Resource Summary: What's the problem with NAFTA? Read Unifor's update and find out.
Pink Shirt Day Poster
Document Resource Summary: Poster for Pink Shirt Day, February 22, 2017.
2017 Government benefits sheet
Document Resource Summary: 2017 Government benefits sheet...
Challenge Sexism - End Violence Poster
Document Resource Summary: Challenge Sexism - End Violence poster
SaskTel's value as a Crown Corporation
Document Resource Summary: Analyzing SaskTel's contribution to the fabric of Saskatchewan.
ED-E-1058 Grievance Fact Sheet
Document Resource Summary: Union grievance work sheet
World Refugee Day 2016 poster
Document Resource Summary: World Refugee Day 2016 poster
Medical Issues: Your Right to Privacy - Occupational Health & Safety Fact Sheet
Document Resource Summary: If the status of your disability is in doubt; especially if there is time loss, the company has a right to require from you a medical certificate stating 1) If you are fit or unfit, 2) If you are unfit, the nature of your limitations (e.g. no heavy lifting, no stair climbing etc.), and 3) How long your condition is likely to continue. The choice of physician is up to you.
Loss Control: 5 Star Program - Occupational Health & Safety Fact Sheet
Document Resource Summary: Many workers in the manufacturing industry, hospitality industry, health care industry and retail industry work on their feet for more than half their shift. The 5 Star system of loss control rests on the theory that control of loss is a management function. Its premise is that safety should be the responsibility of line management and that loss control co-coordinators should ensure that management is complying with standards and taking action before loss occurs. It relies heavily on management reportage.
Light Duties: Who Benefits? - Occupational Health & Safety Fact Sheet
Document Resource Summary: This Fact Sheet deals with the “walking wounded”, i.e. those workers who are asked by the company to come to work when they are temporarily disabled, to do so-called “light work”. Light duties (or better stated as appropriate or suitable duties) can sometimes be beneficial to a worker who is on the road to recovery from an injury or disease. Likewise the availability of an appropriate job is of great importance to a permanently disabled worker. However, performing so-called light work can be very harmful to a worker who is temporarily disabled.