Working in high temperatures, especially outdoors, can lead to various heat-related symptoms and illnesses. These can vary from mild dehydration and heat rash to life-threatening heat stroke.
April 28 is the National Day of Mourning to remember workers injured, killed or afflicted with an occupational illness during the course of doing their job.
Our Health and Safety Committee promotes activities involving workers’ health and safety related matters that will improve working conditions and worker well-being.
The labour movement in Alberta has a long and proud history of serving the needs of the community and shining a much-needed spotlight on issues involving inequity and the most vulnerable in our communities.
As a result of our efforts, UFCW has become one of the strongest and most successful LLSC advocates in the country – a fact of which we are very proud!
The Union Savings program is just another way for your membership to pay off.
Issues women face today have both social and economic implications that are relevant to the union and our communities and are not solely “women’s issues”.
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