WC 8.2.1 METHODS OF DETERMINING CONDITIONS OF OPERATION AND SERVICE

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WC 8.2.1 METHODS OF DETERMINING CONDITIONS OF OPERATION AND SERVICE

 

IFATCA Policy is:

Member Associations should urge their national authorities to implement regulations and/or legislation to provide:

a) a specifically defined personnel statute for air traffic controllers, taking into account the outstanding responsibilities, physio-/psychological demands and strains involved to match with comfortable regulations.

b) participation of active air traffic controllers through their professional associations when determining conditions of operation and/or employment.


See: WP 49 – Brussels 1979

IFATCA Policy is:

Member Associations should make use of the ILO Conclusions in their contract negotiations with their employers, where these may be suitable.

The Executive Board should in the interest of safety use any means, within the Constitution and By-Laws of the Federation, to assist the Member Associations in such contract negotiations to get acceptance from the authorities of the ILO Conclusions.

The Executive Board should use any lawful means to achieve, through and by the ILO, an international instrument, based on the above Conclusions or improved ones, by which aviation authorities would be encouraged to become signatories.


See: WP 53 – Toronto 1980 and WP 55 – Split 1983

IFATCA Policy is:

The Executive Board should continue to liaise with the ILO regarding conclusions numbered 12, 13, 25, 32, 41, 42 and 45 of the 1979 ILO Meeting of Aviation Experts in Air Traffic Control.


See: WP 117 – Christchurch 1993

IFATCA Policy is:

Whenever an IFATCA Member Association wishes to appeal to the ILO for the purpose of filing a complaint, such appeal should be notified to and co-ordinated with the IFATCA Executive Board.


See: WP 55 – Split 1983

 

Last Update: October 2, 2020  

November 5, 2019   241   Jean-Francois Lepage    WC    

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