We are pleased to share our 2019-2020 management report. rnunl.ca/file/annual-report-2019-2020/ The new agreement contains a number of improvements for members, patients and the health system, including: Please read the annual report and email [email protected] if you have any questions. The collective agreement expires on June 30, 2020 and applies to some 5,500 RNUNL members. Media Contact: Jackie O`Brien Communications Specialist 709-753-9961 709-691-0889 [email protected] Below are copies of current collective agreements or declarations of intent involving the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador. Minister Haggie, Registered Nurses are calling for your urgent intervention to update provincial guidelines based on the latest scientists and ensure that health care professionals are protected from the transfer of aerosols from #COVID19. Note: All pdfs at the bottom left are PDFs and open in a new window. “We are pleased to have completed this long and complicated round of negotiations that will result in many gains for our members,” said Debbie Forward, President of RNUNL. “I want to thank the negotiating team for the incredible time, knowledge and direction they have brought throughout this process. I would also like to thank our members who took the time to vote. The Registered Nurses` Union Newfoundland-Labrador is the official union of registered nurses in Newfoundland and Labrador. With approximately 5,500 members, the RNUNL is a strong and unified voice for nurses working in Newfoundland and Labrador. In the event of a risk of non-AGMP aerosol transmission, health care professionals should be provided with covid-19 (N95s healthy) respiratory protection when managing suspected or confirmed cases. If you are a member of the Registered Nurses` Union Newfoundland-Labrador, we advise you to join our myRNU website.
By registering, you will have access to important resources that will help you better connect to the benefits of your union. It is our way of getting you and our members to know about the work of your union. We know it has been a difficult year. In addition to the persistent lack of staff, covid-19 faces new challenges. nursesunions.ca/governments-must-update-their-guid…/. Since the beginning of the pandemic, our team has been working to support you and be safe. We have also worked hard to combat staff and workplace violence, while continuing to provide essential services to members. This work continues.