Media Release: Formal Complaint Filed Against NSHA/ECFH
- Concerns that Personal Security Alarms (PALs) were not consistently in working order;
- The PAL is triggered by using a slide button, the tape being used to hold the PALs together prevented the emergency slide button from being easily activated;
- The secondary alarm is triggered by pulling a string to remove the bottom plate, this is also hindered by the use of tape
- A request for a qualified independent violence in the work place risk assessment be conducted.
The Nova Scotia Government and General Employees Union represents over 30,000 women and men who provide quality public services Nova Scotians count on every day.
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