Injunction hearing on TTC’s Fitness for Duty policy
February 27, 2017
Tomorrow, Feb. 28, 2017, Ontario’s Superior Court of Justice will begin two days of scheduled hearings on an injunction request filed by Amalgamated Transit Union Local 113 over the TTC’s Fitness for Duty policy, and specifically, random drug and alcohol testing.
Approved by the TTC Board on Nov. 30 and scheduled to begin implementation April 1, the policy will see employees in safety-sensitive positions, including designated management and executives, subject to random testing for drugs and alcohol.
The TTC’s written submission to the Court can be found on the TTC’s website (Read the Factum of the Respondent).
Dates: Tues., Feb. 28 and Wed., March 1, 2017
Time: Beginning at 10 a.m. on Tuesday.
Where: Osgoode Hall, Courtroom 4, 130 Queen St. W.
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