Workers at Safran Electronics in Peterborough, Ont., ratify new agreement

Three-year deal provides wage boosts in each year: IAM
|labour-reporter.com|Last Updated: 11/16/2017
Collective agreement
The 17 workers assemble electronic circuitry for gas turbine controls, aircraft-braking controls, landing-gear steering controls, de-icing controls and propeller pitch-feed controls for the aviation industry. GOOGLE STREET VIEW

Members of International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers (IAM), Local 905 ratified a collective agreement with Safran Electronics and Defense Canada on Nov. 15 in Peterborough, Ont..

The three-year agreement provides wage increases of one per cent in the first year, 1.25 per cent in the second year and 1.5 per cent in the third year, said the union.

Other agreement highlights include an improved safety boot allowance and improved vision care benefits, according to IAM.

The 17 workers assemble electronic circuitry for gas turbine controls, aircraft-braking controls, landing-gear steering controls, de-icing controls and propeller pitch-feed controls for the aviation industry.

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