If anyone BAC2BC needs work next week the cement Masons need a few guys to wheel concrete and vibrate at van term. Yeah it is commercial rate but they will reciprocate to our plans. 6 days starting friday. 12s. The crews have been clearing 2500 bucks in the 6 days. Roy Bizzutto, 604 999 2143. Or give me a call for the scoop, 778 847 2472. If you are waiting for Alberta get your safety training in asap. Classes are open next week at pac rim.
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They are under the BACU Local 1 Hamilton Agreement which is a provincial standard agreement. The local has not called for bricklayers yet. We contacted them today and the work wont start until at least mid july. Apply through job bank but contact Ron Metcalfe at local one in a few weeks.
Anyone interested with the time to do approximately five days red brick repair work? Contact Geoff at 778-847-2472.
In Ontario the Ontario Provincial Conference governs agreements for BACU Locals and IUBAC Locals. IUBAC Local 2 BC has arranged reciprocal arrangements with the health and welfare and pension plans for all locals in Ontario. Attached here (click) is the BACU Agreement and here (click) is the IUBAC Agreement. The terms are the same essentially. For reciprocity you will have to sign reciprocity papers to bring your money home for the benefit plans.
Safe travels if you are heading that way. If you have any questions call the union hall or the president.
May 23, 2020 Update…CIMS Project Manager at Domtar says doing the indocs at home are optional (We say NO period). If you ended up doing one at home record the day and time you started and the finish time if longer than 4 hours. If your pay detail doesn’t show the hours for the indoc notify the union hall.
The statement below was sent to the CLRA and Contractors via email this evening. (May 21, 2020) re: On Site Indoc Only
Doing site indoctrinations from home is not contemplated in our collective agreements and thereby has to be negotiated or enabled.
Our position is that no member can be required to provide a computer or laptop just to do an indoctrination.
Indoctrinations are work for the employer and therefore have to be paid. They are subject to a minimum of 4 hours pay or time worked if over 4 hours. They are subject to overtime rates as per collective agreement for work outside of the normal work week which amounts to double time.
Members cannot be compelled to do these indoctrinations at home because they have not been negotiated and have to be mutually agreed to under enabling.
In the past BAC Local 2 BC has enabled online indoctrinations for members who were capable as long as they were paid 4 hours minimum. Since the contractors have now insisted that [they] do not have to pay four hours minimum, we do not … therefore withdraw the enabling of this, to the extent any such enabling has existed.
Indoctrinations can be done on site only unless some other enabling agreement is reached with the Union.
This union and some other trades are willing to sit down and discuss negotiating some sort of enabling specific to an upcoming job or jobs and perhaps to other jobs generally.
Now is a good time for health and safety training and apprenticeship training. Our apprenticeship training will soon be available with an online component to handle the classroom work and testing and scheduled practical sessions using proper physical distancing to protect your health. Let’s make lemon-aid out of this COVID19 lemon we have to chew on right now. Contact Sharon at the office 604-584-2021 or Geoff at 778-847-2472 to get you name on the list for apprenticeship training. Check back on this site for links to online health and safety training including the new Regional Safety Training Course. for now, enform/ossa (the new Energy Safety canada group) has extended the expiry date of all tickets that expire in the first half of 2020 to September.
7 bricklayers urgently needed at Lafarge for Thorcan. Call or text Geoff at 778-847-2472.
300-400 needed over and above the normal complement of alberta members. Stay tuned here for details. Do not call local 1 Alberta until you hear it here. In the meantime get all your safety certs and tickets updated. Get ready to travel.