Pearson Airport Security

October 12, 2011 by staff 

Pearson Airport SecurityPearson Airport Security, About 74 agents at Pearson airport screening are suspended from their jobs and disciplinary hearings before a job action working to rule, leaving several hundred passengers stranded for more hours of Tuesday.

Garda Security Group, the employer screeners “, said the legal action is being taken against the officers for refusing to obey a court order Canadian Industrial Relations Board and a court order that prohibits a slowdown Pearson.

“While the vast majority of our 1600 detection agents are performing their jobs, a small number of individuals have caused disruptions and delays and their actions will not be tolerated,” said Marc-Andre Aube Security Solutions Canada . “We deeply regret the disruption and inconvenience caused by their actions.”

Aube said his officers are working with evaluation officers, the Canadian Air Transport Security Authority (CATSA), airlines and airport authorities to ensure selection operations return to normal.

He is trying to rule Garda, get contempt of court proceedings for damages against employees who participated in the work to rule that began last week and continued Tuesday, when several flights were delayed.

“We will not allow irresponsible and illegal actions of a few malcontents ruin the reputation of our workforce and diligent worker,” said Aube.

Garda said given before the selection board at 26 airports in Canada and employs 21,000 people across the country.

CATSA spokesman Mathieu Larocque said his staff will be at Pearson to ensure that no more delays.

“Our goal is to stop the reduction of speed.” Larocque said Tuesday. “The clerk called the cause of these delays will be removed immediately.”

Trish Krale with the Airports Authority Greater Toronto, said travelers should arrive at the airport early and call before leaving home to check for delays.

“The labor situation has caused security problems and the airport is safe,” said Kral. “We will be monitoring the situation.”

Thousands of travelers were outraged after being delayed for several hours at Pearson Airport during the holiday of Thanksgiving due to labor dispute.

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