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Local Rep Manual
The Local Rep Manual provides an overview of the role of the Local Rep. It also includes information on the grievance and arbitration procedure.
Below you will find resources to welcome New Members to the PEA. The PEA office will send you updated members lists as new members are added to our system. If you become aware of a new member in your jurisdiction, please let the PEA know.
New Member Guide (sent by the PEA to each new member)
Member sign-in sheet (PDF)
Dealing with Management (PDF)
Conflict Management (PDF)
Respectful Workplace Presentations
Worker Rights Presentations with PEA Counsel Jodi Gauthier
Worker’s compensation board and long-term disability overview (video)
Discipline 101 (video)
Off-duty conduct (video)
Lobbying Presentations by Evidence for Democracy & Strategies 360
Connecting with your political representatives (video)
Communicating to government policymakers with briefing notes (video)
Why science policy matters (video)
Engaging in advocacy as a public servant (video)
Effective advocacy (S360) (video)
Health and Safety
All Occupational Health and Safety Representatives are entitled to an annual educational leave totalling 8 hours, or a longer period if prescribed by regulation, for the purposes of attending occupational health and safety training courses conducted by or with the approval of the Board. The employer must provide the educational leave under this section without loss of pay or other benefits and must pay for, or reimburse the worker for, the costs of the training course and the reasonable costs of attending the course.
The BCFED Health and Safety Centre provides year-round training. Visit their website here.