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One of the proudest and most significant achievements in Canadian history was the creation of the Cooperative Commonwealth Federation (CCF) in 1933. 2008 marked the 75th anniversary of this event, when unions, farmers, church leaders and aca- demics joined to create for the first time, a Canadian national party of the left. To commemorate, the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternative’s Saskatchewan Office has pub- lished an attractive and informative calendar based on the book. The 2009 calendar displays the 14 points of the Regina Manifesto and recognizes the contributions of the leaders who worked so tirelessly to make the CCF possible. It’s a memento progressive indi- viduals will be proud to display in their homes and workplaces. Revenue from sales supports the ongoing work of the Saskatchewan CCPA Office, which in 2008 produced two important critiques of Bills 5 and 6—bills that attack workers’ rights in the prov- Calendars cost $20 (includes shipping and handling). Send a cheque with your mailing address to Brian Banks, CCPA-Saskatchewan Suite B 2835 13th Avenue, Regina Sask. S4T 1N6. Watch for a commemorative book later in the year, Will Not Rest Content: The Regina Manifesto and the birth of social democracy in Canada. Microsoft has filed patent applications that could allow bosses take workplace surveil- Using wireless sensors, the new Microsoft technology would permit remote monitor- ing of a worker’s heart rate, body temperature, movements, blood pressure—even Microsoft says its monitoring application could “automatically detect frustration or stress in the user” and “offer and provide assistance accordingly.” A farmer’s donkey fell into a well. The ani- The lesson is that when life shovels dirt mal cried piteously for hours as the farmer on you, the trick to getting out of the well is to shake it off and take a step up. We Finally, he decided the donkey was old, and the well needed to be filled up. It just was- stopping, not giving up. Shake it off and and help. They grabbed shovels and began and cried horribly. Then, to everyone’s A few shovel loads later, the farmer looked your ass, it always comes back to bite you. down the well. He was astonished at what he saw. With each shovel of dirt that hit his back, the donkey would simply shake it off Volume 1, Issue 26 http://cep594.sasktelwebsite.net use them. It would be great to get through these busy times without any injuries. I know sometimes things just happen, or so it seems. There’s always a Hi everyone, I seem to have a bit of time on my reason. Let’s all take the time and look out for our hands nowadays, and I’m going crazy doing nothing. brothers and sisters and come away from shut down Hate to say it, but I am starting to miss work. Being with 0 injuries. If you see something unsafe - stop it. injured is not fun; sure you may think great, time off Let’s do our part to promote safety at the highest of work, but it’s not all what it’s cracked up to be. levels. There is a lot of Contractors on site that are The old adage “you don’t know what you got until not used to our safety regulations. We have to look it’s gone” is so true. Your limitations are increased out for them as well, to maintain the safety of our exponentially. That’s why it is so important that we take the time to do things right the first time and I Our goal is to complete this turnaround in a safe stress to you the safest possible way, be it at work or and timely manner. To do that we have to promote home. Don’t take short cuts. They may work for a safety to the highest levels possible. As vested own- while but they’ll bite you in the ass sooner or later. e rs of our Refinery, let’s keep our brothers and sis- Once again, Shut Down is upon us. Be aware of your surroundings at all times as there are units still running. Communicate with co-workers and most importantly, one of our biggest assets, our Process Staff. Their knowledge of the Units is the best re- source you have for working safely in the units. If you are not sure or don’t know, ASK. No question is a stupid question! Last year we had a few Major Inci- dents that could have been avoided if we had the proper communication. Take your time and do things right. All the tools are there; we just have to levels of distress,” Wilkerson told the saying that the public sector is a toxic are related to mental health. Because of Volume 1, Issue 26 http://cep594.sasktelwebsite.net From previous page The annual cost to employers of short-term leave for mental health problems tops $9 billion The annual cost of mental illness to the Canadian economy is about $51 billion. Working conditions are capable of creating levels of stress, which—if it becomes chronic—can lead to illness. In the progression of illness, as Wilkerson describes it, chronic work stress makes everything urgent. Clearly employers, unions and the Canadian public must do their part to reduce the stigma attached to mental illness. We must work harder to accommodate and help mentally ill people return to work and to develop workplace poli-cies to help people manage work-related stress. Beginning May 21st, your Union Social Club is proud to present Pizza Nights in order to socialize with our fellow brothers and sisters whom we may not know, but work with daily. Come on out and meet some new people! We’ve arranged a schedule of different departments to come together for a fun relaxing FREE (pizza only) evening at the Un-ion Hall: Purchasing, PDD Warehouse & others (light duty, accommoda- *(includes respective relief pool employees) Pizza will be ordered at 6:30, so be there by then so we know how many will be eating. Union Social Club Members: R. Nygaard, M. Brecht, J. Walter, T. Torrie, D. Mushynsky Volume 1, Issue 26 http://cep594.sasktelwebsite.net

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