Component 20 - Environmental Technical and Operational

Component 20 represents government employees engaged in engineering support and inspectional duties at the technical level, as well as members charged with protecting and regulating natural resources or ensuring the quality of the environment. These positions normally require advanced technical knowledge of the related resource. They include biologists, design engineers, conservation officers, laboratory workers, scientific/technical officers, inspectors and planning officers.

Bargaining Updates

Nov 29, 2016

The Public Service Agency has calculated the Economic Stability Dividend (ESD) for 2017. The BCGEU has confirmed these calculations.

Mar 22, 2016

Ratification votes were held across the province at the beginning of this month, and ballots were counted on March 21, 2016. Members have ratified the tentative agreement by 86%.

Feb 15, 2016

Your bargaining committee met with the Employer to negotiate a renewal collective agreement, and the parties reached a tentative agreement on February 12, 2016.

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Component News

May 3, 2005

INTRODUCTION

Article 7.1(g) of the Component Agreement is likely the most misunderstood hours of work schedule in existence. For more than 20 years the interpretation of Article 7.1(g) and its application has been the subject of numerous grievances and disputes. As a result arbitration decisions over the years have helped clarify the intent and proper application of this language.

Feb 9, 2005

In the recent throne speech, the Campbell Liberal government committed to provide an additional $7.5 million funding over the next three years to add up to 50 new Conservation Officers and Park Ran

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Media Coverage

Mar 15, 2016

Scoring some big natural resources goals and advancing aboriginal relations to unprecedented levels will be the primary focus of the provincial government in the coming year.

Jul 15, 2015

On July 5, 2015 BCGEU conservation officer Bryce Casavant was suspended without pay after refusing an order to put down the bear cubs. 

May 6, 2015

Province Newspaper Cover Story - May 6, 2015

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