Workplace Accident: Investigate to Prevent

Course Duration: 2 days This course empowers participants to prevent work related, accidents and injuries and near-misses in the workplace.

Violence and Harassment in the Workplace: Zero Tolerance

Course Duration: 1 or 2 days This course is designed for members, shop stewards and business agents. It can also be facilitated directly in the workplace.

Protecting our Health and Safety

Course Duration: 2 days This course is designed for members, shop stewards, and health and safety representatives working in federally regulated workplaces.

Pandemic Blues

The COVID-19 pandemic has significantly changed our lives. This terrible ordeal requires us to adapt quickly to something out of the ordinary. Who would have thought a couple of years ago that we would ever face such a global crisis?

All Systems Go for ELD Mandate: Teamsters Canada & Canadian Trucking Alliance applaud

Federal Transport Minister Marc Garneau announced today the body responsible for the third-party certification of electronic logging devices (ELD) under Transport Canada’s mandate has been accredited and is ready to begin testing ELDs to ensure their compliance with the regulation and technical standard.

A Major Victory for Injured Truck Drivers

Teamsters Local Union 31 recently won an important victory for injured workers, especially truck drivers.

Women and Health and Safety

Course Duration: 2 days This course is designed for female members, shop stewards, and health and safety representatives.

Work Related Injuries and Illnesses: Supporting our Members

Course Duration: 1 day This course is designed for shop stewards, health and safety representatives, and business agents who work under provincial or federal jurisdiction.

ELD Mandate Set in Stone: Minister Garneau, Teamsters Canada and Canadian Trucking Alliance

With less than a year to go for the implementation of the electronic logging device (ELD) mandate, federal Transportation Minister Marc Garneau is once again displaying leadership on road safety by reminding the trucking industry and the Canadian public that the much needed regulation is well on its way to being delivered.

Teamsters oppose random testing in the trucking industry

Liberal MP Nicola Di Iorio said he believes that truck drivers should be required to undergo random testing for cannabis. The Teamsters Union opposes this possible measure not only because it would violate workers’ right to privacy, but also, because a positive test result does not necessarily prove that the person is intoxicated.