If your work number is listed on the enclosed 3-page bulletin, you must appear before the M&G Committee to explain your lack of plug-ins. As this document is posted on our website, we have removed all longshore workers’ names from … Continue reading
Topside and Dock Gantry 2nd Up Rules Second up to phone first up. Second up to be there at the beginning of the lunch break. It is your responsibility to find out who your partner is.
From this date forward, April 26, 2017, there will be a roll call taken at Despatch for every shift. If you are not in the Hall when your name is called, you will be charged with Gimmicking Despatch by the … Continue reading
Effective May 1, 2017, for a 6-month trial period, Casuals must plug-in as follows… “A”, “B”, “C” Boards 20 separate days per month “T” Board 20 separate days per month “OO” Board 20 separate days per month “R” Board 15 … Continue reading
All RWF employees must follow the “50-30-20 Rule” as reinterpreted at the June 11, 2008 Membership Meeting to mean: “That 50-30-20 means the percentage of the jobs on the shift in each category.” Any RWF employee not following the 50-30-20 … Continue reading
If YOU ARE SUSPENDED for non-payment of monies owed to the Union you must: Pay up to and including ALL monies owed (Partial payments are NOT acceptable). Cash or cheques ONLY. Preferably cash. You can phone the Union office to … Continue reading
Effective immediately, all job and training postings close on Thursdays at 3:00 pm
The Port of Vancouver has implemented an online application form for a port pass. The system is designed to reduce paperwork, eliminate errors and provide greater efficiency for the applicants and the pass issuers.
If you’re a current Longshore Local 500 employee with an Interprovincial or BC Electrician TQ (construction or industrial) and would like this rating added to your plate for increased work opportunities, please submit a copy of your Electrical Qualification to … Continue reading
At 2:00 a.m. on Sunday morning, the clock will change to 3:00 a.m. As per Black Book Document #20 – When, in accordance with the Daylight Saving Act of British Columbia, clocks are advanced one hour in the Spring of … Continue reading