CODC Alcohol & Drug Policy and Procedures Changes

CODC has amended its Alcohol & Drug Policy and Procedures. The changes came into effect on October 1, 2018. A copy of the revised Policy and information on the recent changes can be downloaded from the CODC website at www.codc.ca

CODC Alcohol & Drug Policy and Procedures Changes

CODC has amended its Alcohol & Drug Policy and Procedures. The changes will come into effect as of August 1, 2013. A copy of the revised Policy and information on the recent changes can be downloaded from the CODC website at www.codc.ca

Lloydminster Subsistence Rate

Effective June 16, 2013, the revised Industrial Collective Agreement rate for Lloydminster subsistence increases to $160 per day worked for the following trades: Electrical, Plumber/Pipefitter, Sheet Metal, Insulator, Bricklayer, Operating Engineer, Carpenter, Millwright, Ironworker, Labourer and Cement Mason.

Estevan Subsistence Rate

Effective June 16, 2013, the revised Industrial Collective Agreement rate for Estevan subsistence increases to $150 per day worked for the following trades: Electrical, Plumber/Pipefitter, Sheet Metal, Insulator, Bricklayer, Operating Engineer, Carpenter, Millwright, Ironworker, Labourer and Cement Mason.

CLR Member Services

In addition to acting as the employers’ organization for industry negotiations, CLR provides a range of services to its members and represents the unionized industry by serving on a number of committees and associations.

THE CLR STORY

CLR Construction Labour Relations Association of Saskatchewan Inc. was formed in 1993 to effectively represent contractors working in Saskatchewan on a union-only basis.

At that time, the only labour relations organization unionized contractors could join was an organization with a membership made up mainly of contractors that worked on a non-union basis. CLR offered unionized contractors the opportunity to effectively manage labour relations in the unionized construction sector.