(e) the determination of the circumstances and scope of the application of this Law to the provision of ambulance services in the air sector within the meaning of paragraph 2(4); (11) If the parties, while an application is pending under this Division, agree on all matters in dispute between them and enter into a collective agreement, the board of directors shall dismiss the application without making a decision on the matter. 2001, c. 10, p. 18 (11). (b) the effect of the agreement is to deprive the employer of a useful right to lock-out of workers. 2001, c. 10, p. 18 (1). Any employee covered by an essential services agreement is considered to be essential services personnel. (5) A provision of a contract for essential emergency services that is contrary to paragraph 4 is not applicable.
2001, c. 10, p. 4 (5). Downloading has increased the number of ambulances covered by the Labour Relations Act 1995 and enjoying unlimited strike rights. Previously, many of these employees were covered by the Crown Employees Collectives Bargaining Act 1993 (CECBA), which requires fundamental service agreements to be entered into prior to a strike or lockout. 5. The board of directors shall not make a declaration under paragraph 1 if at least 75% of the employees of the tariff unit or, if a percentage other than 75% is mandatory, the required percentage of workers in the bargaining unit may be put on strike or locked out despite the essential rescue agreement. 2001, c. 10, p. 18 (5).
(b) a collective agreement approved under article 47 of the Civil Service Act; This law prevails over any other law and regulation, any collective agreement, arbitration court or other arbitration award, as well as any obligation, law, law, agreement or agreement of any kind. If the union considers that essential services with fewer employees than the number set out in a notice in subsection 7, paragraphs 1 or 3, can be maintained, the union may apply to the Manitoba Labour Board for a change in the number of workers in each classification who must work during a work stoppage to maintain essential services. `essential ambulance services agreement` means an agreement on essential ambulance services referred to in Section 4; (« Essential Ambulance Services Agreement ») (b) is a collective agreement. 2001, c. 10, p. 22 (5). Bill 58 addresses this situation and stipulates that emergency services, which are maintained by municipalities and contractors, must negotiate agreements on basic services before they stop working. An essential services agreement must indicate the number of employees required to provide essential services and indicate that the number required must continue to work during the work stoppage. If the number of workers set out in the agreement is not sufficient to cover periods of temporary emergency, the employer is allowed to increase the number of workers who have to work for a period not exceeding 72 hours. Workers who have been determined to provide essential rescue services may also be required to perform their normal duties during a strike or lockout. (e) work performed on or in connection with an ambulance for the protection of health or safety, or (a) the agreement entered into constitutes a collective agreement; and (4) In the event of a contradiction between the introduction of a contract for essential services within the meaning of paragraph 3 and a provision of this Act, the provision of the contract for essential services shall be deemed invalid. 2001, c.
10, at p. 28 (4). (b) provide that the required number of ambulance workers must continue to work during a strike or lockout of workers in the bargaining unit to which they belong; 9 (1) An employer or a trade union that is required under section 3 to enter into a contract for essential relief services may apply to the board of directors for a determination of matters that the employer has not resolved. . . .