Portlands Energy Centre Collective Agreement

· The Energy Workers` Union (PWU) represents about 6,000 OPG workers. The current collective agreement between OPG and PWU has a three-year term, which expires on March 31, 2015. OPG noted that a cost-benefit analysis of specific failures was conducted to find ways to reduce overtime under collective agreements and that changes were made to shift work to reduce overtime during outages. Management processes that could limit overtime in the nuclear fleet have been improved and a tool will be developed in the future for automatic pre-authorization procedures for the course of work, to facilitate the management and control of overtime use. · Ensure that their human resources are acquired and managed with due consideration for efficiency and effectiveness and in accordance with sound policies, legal requirements, contractual arrangements and business practices; And. Actuarial assurances as soon as the current collective bargaining, obtained by OPG for its plan and assumptions, has been concluded. (5) The Ontario Power Generation reports to the Standing Committee on Public Finance on the results of its Information Technology Outsourcing Agreement, which will be tendered as soon as the agreement is reached. PEC is a state-of-the-art combined cycle production system. CEP is powered by natural gas, one of the cleanest and most efficient fuels for generating electricity.

PEC works primarily during peak hours and in the event of restrictions on the transportation system that currently supplies Toronto. · Eliminating staff imbalances at its nuclear facilities; And. Manage and monitor the hours reported by contractors to avoid the risk of overpayment; There you go. PEC is a company of Atura Power. As Ontario`s largest fleet of combined circuit turbine gas facilities, Atura Power plays a key role in the province`s electricity system and in diversified production. PETER TABUNS was a regular alternate member of the Committee. . The Standing Committee on Public Finance recommends that, with respect to the training of hydroelectric staff, OPG acknowledged to the Committee that “participation [in training] was not sufficient.” In response, OPG indicated that objectives to improve training participation have been developed and monitored by the management team. In addition, OPG indicated that it had introduced a 3% cap on course cancellations. In the event of a last-minute cancellation, the person requesting the cancellation must explain to his superior the circumstances of the cancellation in order to guarantee the legality of the application. In addition, OPG found that it had completed a review of mandatory training requirements for hydro-thermal personnel and implemented recommendations to ensure a consistent approach to role-based training. .

The accountant expressed concern that OPG`s contributions to the pension plan were, in a ratio between 4:1 and 5:1, disproportionate to those of their employees. In comparison, the ratio for PAHO is 1:1. In addition, executives and executives contribute only 7% of their income up to a maximum of $17,254 per year, but could retire with a pension of up to $760,000 per year.