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The following committees report to the NAV CANADA Joint Council:

NAV CANADA Joint Council
The NCJC consults on many issues that affect represented employees throughout the company:


  • The Travel Program
  • The Relocation Program
  • The Isolated Posts Program
  • The Living Accommodations Charges Program
  • The Commuting Assistance Program
  • The Bilingualism Bonus Program
  • The HealthCare Plan
  • Dental Plan
  • Disability Insurance

 

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Executive Committee
The Executive Committee is empowered to act on behalf of the Council in administering the activities of Council during the intervals between the Council's semi-annual meetings.

Executive Committee decisions are subject to the formal ratification by Council when they are reported at the next regular meeting of Council. Council may also delegate its decision-making authority to the Executive Committee to facilitate timely and effective action.

 

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Allowances Committee
Responsible for cyclical review and grievance interpretations for the following programs:


  • Travel
  • Relocation
  • Commuting Assistance
  • Isolated Posts
  • Living Accommodation Charges
  • Bilingualism Bonus
  • Definition of Spouse

 

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Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) Committee
Responsible for cyclical review and grievance interpretations for the following programs:


Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) Committee Programs

Chapter 1

  • Boiler and Pressure Vessels
  • Elevating Devices
  • Temporary Work Structures and Excavations
  • Building Safety
  • Electrical
  • Hazardous Confined Spaces
  • Sanitation

Chapter 2

  • Clothing and Personal Protective Equipment
  • Material Handling
  • Noise Control and Hearing Conservation
  • Tools and Machinery
  • Motor Vehicle Operations

Chapter 3

  • Committees and Representatives
  • Hazardous Substances
  • Refusal to Work
  • First Aid Safety and Health
  • Pesticides
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Benefits Committee
Responsible for the management of the following functions for benefits plans


  • Responsible for monitoring the financial performance of the benefit plans.
  • Conducts the appeals process for these same plans.
  • Oversees the content of the plans.
  • Recommends changes to the plans.

    The plans are:
    • Long Term Disability
    • Supplementary Health
    • Dental
    • Travel Insurance
    • Life Insurance

 

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