Pwu Bruce Power Collective Agreement

«We are pleased to have signed our first CBA with the PWU. Under the agreement, we have greater flexibility to meet the needs and requirements of our customers and to provide quality services,» said Jason Van Wart, Vice President, Laurentis Energy Partners. The PWU views the work as a critical member of «civil society» and has worked with others to ensure that the Canadian nuclear industry has equal opportunities and qualifications for young men and women across the country. The PWU focuses on safety, equality, diversity and inclusion in the workplace and aims to promote these goals through our collective agreements, the PWU Training Institute and support for programs such as UOIT Science Technology Engineering and Math STEM and Electricity Human Resources Canada. As part of its collective agreements, the PWU negotiated agreements with the following employers regarding Hiring Hall: Bruce PowerFormed in 2001 is an electricity company based in Bruce County, Ontario. We are motivated by our own. Our 4,200 employees are the foundation of our services and proud of the role they play in providing safe, reliable and inexpensive nuclear power to families and businesses across the province. Bruce Power has worked hard to build strong roots in Ontario and is committed to protecting the environment and supporting the communities in which we live. Learn more about and follow us on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram and YouTube. «We are excited to help in this role and hope it will help UHN continue to make a difference.

We encourage our energy partners to play their part and consider contributing to this dignified cause. The PWU is based on the following principles: reliable, safe, safe, environmentally friendly and cheap electricity, supported by a financially viable economy and skilled workforce. These are essential to the sustainable prosperity and well-being of the people of Ontario. A stable business environment and a predictable, fair and targeted regulatory framework will encourage investment in technological innovation, which will lead to efficiencies. The PWU believes in equality, diversity and integration in the Canadian workforce and seeks to advance these goals through our agreements and actions.