An important issue for CUB members has been workplace safety. Responding to that concern, the union facilitated an Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) 30-hour training for stewards. The training was a four day experience where members learned about federal regulations for proper health and safety protocols at the worksite.
Members equipped with this information are able to help keep themselves and their fellow colleagues safe at work. They are also...
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Reminder to CUB BCPSS members: Sick Bank open enrollment ends Friday, October 21, 2022. You must opt in to be a member of the Sick Bank program.
The Sick Leave Bank (SLB) provides a grant to employees who have exhausted their leave time while experiencing a personal illness or non-work-related injury. The SLB will keep the employee in pay status to maintain their health benefits while recovering from their illness or injury. Sick days are donated by fellow employees to maintain income.
Enrollment Dates: October 6, 2022 - October 21, 2022
City Union of Baltimore Members employed with the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore:
It has come to our attention, via the Labor Commissioner's office, that the one time negotiated bonus of $750 for FY22, minus all applicable taxes, is being distributed tomorrow 9/16/2022 to CUB members.
Please note that these checks will not be made via direct deposit. Each agency's HR Office will make arrangements to distribute the live checks to each member.
Should you have any further questions, please contact your HR office tomorrow.
The City Union of Baltimore’s (CUB) August monthly member meeting featured interns from the Occupational Safety and Health Internship Program (OHIP) making a final presentation. The interns, Diana Quintanilla and Audra Lucas, shared with the membership their findings after an eight week program that focused on health and safety of Baltimore city employees in the Department of Public Works (DPW) and Department of Transportation (DOT). They worked under the guidance of President Antoinette Ryan-Johnson and Keith Wrightston, Assistant Director of Health Issues for the AFT.
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