Kmc Mining Collective Agreement

KMC informs about what is happening with the company and the mining industry. Throughout our history, KMC has established long-term working relationships with mine operators, equipment and service providers, workers` representatives, local residents and our employees. We continue to build on these relationships and continue to grow both within and outside the oil sands, coal and hard rock industries. From the early involvement of contractors to site renovation, KMC is a reliable provider of mining solutions for operations across North America. KMC has more than 70 years of history in the mining industry and infrastructure. Since 1949, KMC has been one of some of Canada`s most exciting mining and infrastructure projects. We have provided solutions for a variety of resources across the nation, including Alberta, British Columbia, Saskatchewan and Yukon and the Northwest Territories. Chris is a firm believer in a safe working environment for everyone. During his tenor as a job steward and job manager, Chris has created an awareness of workplace safety among colleagues. In 2010, Chris began his role as a business agent for the Union. As Chris` business agent, he was involved in negotiating collective agreements for the construction of heavy roads and constructions, overloading and transporting members and construction sites. Chris has also edded the Board of Directors of the Training Trust Fund for more than three and a half years. Chris` good experience and commitment to Operating Engineers Local No.

955 and his members brought him a full circle. Chris` priority is to develop a better market share and lead the Union towards a better future for all members. In March 2008, Chris Operating Engineers became a member of La Bonne Standing. In 2007, Chris began his career at Local 955 and worked in various positions at KMC Mining in Northern Alberta. Chris has worked with several union employers in northern Alberta, including Aecon, North American Construction Group, First Canada and Badger Daylighting. Chris` roles ranged from a serviceman to a member of an oil exchange crew. Chris` hard work and commitment have evolved into the role of conducting preventative maintenance inspections. Chris` commitment, skills and experience have given him the confidence to run for the position of Business Manager of Local 955. In 2017, EU members elected Chris as business manager. KMC BOASTS ONE OF THE LARGEST AND MOST DIVERSE ULTRA-CLASS EQUIPMENT FLEETS IN CANADA.