Securiguard (Perimeter/Core)

IAMAW MEMBERS – SECURE AVIATION TRANSPORT LOCAL LODGE 16 – EXECUTIVE BOARD NOMINATION FORM

Nomination Form

Local Lodge 16 Executive Board

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IAMAW MEMBERS – SECURE AVIATION TRANSPORT LOCAL LODGE 16 – CHIEF SHOP STEWARD NOMINATION FORM

Nomination Form

Local Lodge 16 Chief Shop Steward

  1. British Airways                                                                                                                         
  2. Contemporary Security Canada
  3. Swissport
  4. Servisair
  5. Air Transat
  6. ATS
  7. Securiguard ( Airside )
  8. Securiguard ( Perimeter/Core )
  9. G4S ( Vancouver )

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ALL SUB-CONTINENTAL IAM MEMBERS

DEAR BROTHERS AND SISTERS:
A CONFERENCE CALL WAS HELD TODAY WITH THE CIRB THE ISSUES TO BE DETERMINED WERE WHEN AND WHERE A REPRESENTATIONAL VOTE WOULD TAKE PLACE AMONG OTHER ISSUES TO BE DETERMINED WAS VOTER ELIGIBLITY.
THE IAM & AW TOOK THE POSITION THAT ALL MEMBERS ON THE COMPANY
PAYROLL AS OF JANUARY 24, 2013 SHOULD BE ELIGIBLE TO VOTE.
THE CAW TOOK THE POSITION THAT ONLY THOSE ON THE COMPANY PAYROLL AS OF MARCH 09, 2012 WERE ELIGIBLE TO VOTE.
THIS WOULD RESTRICT ANYONE HIRED AFTER THAT DATE FROM HAVING A
DECISION IN THEIR FUTURE.
THE IAMAW BELIEVES THIS TO BE UNDEMOCRATIC AND PRESSED THE CIRB TO USE THE LIST AS OF JANUARY 24, 2013.
THE CIRB DECISION WAS THAT THESE POTENTIAL VOTERS WILL HAVE THEIR VOTES SEGREGATED AND THE CIRB WILL DECIDE AFTER THE VOTE TAKES PLACE IF THEY ARE NEEDED TO BE INCLUDED
THE CIRB WILL POST AN OFFICIAL NOTICE OUTLINING ALL THE DETAILS PERTAINING TO THE VOTE.vote
THE DATE OF THE VOTE WILL BE THURSDAY FEBRUARY 21, 2013.
WE ENCOURAGE ALL MEMBERS TO COME OUT AND VOTE.
THIS IS YOUR FUTURE.
THE IAM & AW THANKS YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT!
In Solidarity,
Gary Sinclair, General Chairperson
Transportation District 140, IAM & AW

Securigaurd Services’ staff play a vital role in aviation security at the Vancouver International Airport. The primary responsibility is to ensure the integrity of the primary security line (PSL) is not compromised by persons, weapons, explosives or incendiary devices. Ensuring that the integrity of the PSL is not compromised is conducted by staff verifying the identities of individuals attempting to enter the Restricted Areas, proactive patrols of the PSL and processing applicants apply for Restricted Area Identification Cards (RAICS.)

Other responsibilities of staff include:

Parkade security
Monitoring YVRAA’s CCTV
Enforcement of Airside Traffic Directives, Terminal Electric Operators Permit and Conditions of Issue
Escorting emergency personnel
Unattended and suspicious baggage
Dispatch and response to security alarms
Configuration of domestic, international and transborder passenger gates
General security

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