Constitution & By-laws
education & communication
eFAP / Mental health and addiction referral
Chairperson – Scott Balazs
Mission Statement – The Unifor Local 27 EFAP/Mental Health & Addiction Referral Committee is committed to promoting our National Union’s EFAP (Employee and Family Assistance Program) initiatives. Through education and awareness we will develop language to bargain fair work practices, programs and benefits to support and foster healthy workplaces where all of our members can work safely and effectively without reprisal.
The Committee will support, promote and help to improve community agencies and activities so that our membership can benefit from their programs. We will encourage all of our members to “reach out and recover”from mental health and addiction issues so that we can each enjoy a workplace that will be healthy and free from stigmatization of these issues.
We will welcome and empower all of our members to be a participant in this mission.
Unifor National – Mental Health Matters
A Resource Book for Union Representatives and Local Unions
environment / health & safety
Chairpersons – Stewart Wise & Peter Bergmanis
Chairperson – Elbert Armbrister
Retired from the job but not the fight
Chairperson – Cherie Langille
MISSION STATEMENT – Unifor Local 27 Women’s Committee is committed to educate, create awarenes and be visible on issues that affect women in our workplaces, in our union and in our community.
We will empower, inspire and encourage all women to get involved in our union. Our goal is to foster an inclusive, respectful atmosphere for all of our Sisters. There will always be space for new Sisters, new ideas and new energy.
The Women’s Committee invites all Local 27 women to join them at their next meeting to see what they have planned for the new year. If you like what you see then join the committee and work with an amazing group of women, committed to making a positive change in the lives of all women. The next meeting is Tuesday, February 2, 2016 at 3:30 p.m. at Local 27 Hall.