The Municipal bargaining unit consists of members working at a variety of locations across West Vancouver including, but not limited to, Cultural Services, the Municipal Hall, Parks, Recreation facilities, and the Public Works Yard.
The School bargaining unit consists of members working at a variety of locations across West Vancouver’s School District 45 in a variety of support staff capacities, including, Clerical, Custodial, Teaching Assistant, Education Assistants, and Facilities.
Links to access the latest copies of the Collective Bargaining Agreements
The West Vancouver Municipal Employees’ Association maintains and protects working conditions and a just and reasonable scale of wages, salaries and benefits for WVMEA members. The WVMEA’s History and Constitution are available to members.
If you have any questions about your rights or working conditions, we are here to help. You should have received a copy of the Collective Agreement from your employer, if not please contact us. You can access a copy of your Collective Agreement on-line. Just select the Agreement in the drop-down box in the bottom right corner! When the Association receives a completed ‘Membership Application’ card, it will forward to you a membership package containing a variety of information, along with your laminated membership wallet card. It is important that you carry this card with you at all times, and especially important at Association meetings where identification is essential and your attendance can be recorded. As you will note on the back of the card, there are only five meetings per year. Light refreshments are served at General Meetings. The location and agenda for each General Meeting will be posted at all work sites.
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This amazing piece of public art was dedicated today, The memorial will honour the thousands who have died, and continue to die from asbestos exposure. The memorial is installed on the north-west corner of the waterfront path of the Vancouver Convention Centre.
Here is the text of the new amendment.
3.12.1 (1) Reassignment of refused work
If a worker refuses work under section 3.12, the employer must not require or permit another worker to do the refused work unless
(a) the matter has been resolved under 3.12 (3), (4) or (5), or
(b) the employer has, in writing, advised the other worker and a person referred to in section 3.12 (4)(a), (b) or (c) of all of the following:
(i) the refusal;
(ii) the unsafe condition reported under section 3.12 (2);
(iii) the reasons why the task would not create an undue hazard to the health and safety of the other worker or any other person;
(iv) the right of the other worker under section 3.12 to refuse unsafe work.