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Experts to study effects of chemical exposures on respiratory health

The Report: January 1999 vol.19 num.5

by RACHEL NOTLEY and CAROL RIVIERE

HSA is assisting with a study of the effect of occupational chemicalexposure on the respiratory health of various groups of health care professionals. Thisstudy is being conducted by members of the Occupational and Environmental Lung DiseasesResearch Unit of the Department of Medicine, in conjunction with the Occupational HygieneProgramme of the University of British Columbia.

Absenteeism

The Report: January 1999 vol.19 num.5

by SARAH O'LEARY

Can I be fired for being absent too often from work?

Bargaining team needs your continued support

The Report: November / December 1998 vol.19 num.4

by RICK LAMPSHIRE

As the Paramedical Professional Bargaining Association heads intomediation, I want to take this opportunity to thank all HSA members for their strongsupport during these negotiations.

What's up and what's not with union actions and grievances

The Report: November / December 1998 vol.19 num.4

Welcome to new members at Future Focus 

HSA welcomes 26 new employees at Future Focus in Campbell River. FutureFocus is a private facility that delivers services at a group home and two day programsfor adults with mental disabilities. Most of our new members are community / residentialsupport workers. Bargaining will begin soon for a first collective agreement with CSSEA.