Asp Security Services Collective Agreement

A.S.P. employees decided to join the USW in order to allay fears related to paying for their uniforms, health and safety training, and licensing fees – costs normally borne by employers of unionized companies. The next steps for workers are the creation of a bargaining committee and the continuation of a collective agreement negotiated with their employer. Calgary Airport guards are employed by Ontario-based ASP Security Services, a passenger and public safety company. ASP is a 100% subsidiary of ICTS Europe, one of the world`s leading employers of aviation security personnel. 120 employees to negotiate first deal soon: UFCW The United Food and Commercial Workers (UFCW) Local 401 is Alberta`s largest private sector union with 32,000 members working in different sectors of Alberta`s economy, including food processing, retail, education, health, hospitality and security. “We are very proud of the commitment these guards have shown,” said ufcW Local 401 Director Chris O`Halloran. “We are pleased to welcome them to the Local 401 family and help them secure a first collective agreement that recognizes their tremendous effort and courage.” “We are pleased to welcome them to the Local 401 family and help them secure a first collective agreement that recognizes their tremendous effort and courage,” said Chris O`Halloran, UFCW, Local 401 Manager. A.S.P. In November 2018, the contract was awarded for the provision of security and service services to Greater Sudbury Airport. SUDBURY, ON, Oct.

9, 2019 /CNW/ – Employees who provide security and service services at the Greater Sudbury Airport have joined the United Steelworkers (USW). “We will help our new members negotiate a fair collective agreement that reflects their hard work, the professional services they provide to the public and their contribution to their employer`s success,” said Warren. With union certification granted by the Industrial Relations Board of Canada (BRIC), UFCW Local 401 will soon hold proposal meetings, select a bargaining committee from among CSP employees, and inform the employer to begin negotiations for a union contract. These negotiations will involve more than 120 security guards at the Calgary airport. . A.S.P. employees Security services were certified as a union by the Canada Industrial Relations Board this week, after a majority of employees signed union cards and filed an application with the board of directors. “These guards provide an important service to ensure the safety of travelers,” said Saba Mossagizi, organizer of UFCW Local 401. “Now they can count on the 32,000 members of UFCW Local 401 to help them seek better job protection and guarantees against preference and intimidation.” July 25, 2019 – Calgary, AB. Security forces at Calgary International Airport are the latest to successfully join the United Food and Commercial Workers (UFCW) Local 401. During a long organizational effort, the employees of the Asp security services based in Ontario remained firm in their determination. Result: UFCW Local 401 is now certified as their syndicate.

“We welcome these employees to the United Steelworkers and congratulate them on their determination to create a union to improve their labour standards,” said Marty Warren, USW Director for Ontario and Atlantic Canada. Security forces at Calgary International Airport are the newest members of the Union of Food and Industry Workers (UFCW) Canada, Local 401, after recently voting on July 30 in favor of union membership. . . .