Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) & CUPE 5100
We hope everyone is staying home, healthy and isolated. These are extremely unchartered times for us as people, school board staff and Unions. We are at the mercy of following advice given to us with the best of intentions for a better future.
A SPECIAL THANK YOU TO OUR FACILITIES STAFF MEMBERS. While most of us were hidden away, trying to avoid infection, our facilities staff continued to work to clean and disinfect our work place. Your efforts and commitment are truly appreciated.
As a Union, we are keeping in touch with OSBCU, CUPE Ontario and CUPE National. As any new instructions or information comes forward we will continue to post on our website for all to read. At present there is not much information beyond the isolation piece
Rest assured that at no time will the work of our union stop. We remain fully committed to continuing to provide support to members.
Do not hesitate to contact your union representative should you require any assistance.
BELOW IS A LIST OF LINKS TO DOCUMENTS AND OTHER IMPORTANT INFORMATION
Protocol for Staff Access Grand Erie Schools and
Administrative Buildings – Clerical Staff and LRTs
Member Bulletin Update from OSBCU - April 1, 2020
Information regarding pay for LTO and Casual employees - EMPLOYER RESPONSE
Member Bulletin Update from OSBCU - March 26, 2020
CUPE Education Workers Benefit Trust - Update
Income supports for workers during the Coronavirus pandemic
COVID-19: Protecting the Health and Safety of Education Workers - FAQ
COVID-19 Screening Checklist
IT IS CRITICAL THAT YOUR UNION LOCAL HAS YOUR CURRENT CONTACT INFORMATION.
WORKPLACE HEALTH & SAFETY
Preventing violence and harassment in the workplace guidelines.
The purpose of the Violence Prevention Guidelines is to provide CUPE members with resources to help protect them against violence in the workplace
Workplace violence is a serious everyday health and safety issue for many workers in Canada, including CUPE members. Violence doesn’t “just happen.” It’s not “just part of the job.”
WHAT IF YOU GET HURT AT WORK?
A booklet designed to help answer some of the most frequently asked questions when you are injured at the workplace.
GENERAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING
Saturday, May 23, 2020 10:30 a.m.
Brantford Union Office
1100 Clarence Street South, Brantford - MAP
Elections for President, Secretary/Treasurer and all Unit Chair positions