Medical travel expenses should be paid: Arbitrator

Coal miners must go and see specialists in remote areas while away on jobs

 The union representing employees at a coal operation in British Columbia claimed the company violated the collective agreement when it refused to pay an employee’s travel expenses to see a specialist — and an arbitrator has agreed.

The International Union of Operating Engineers filed a policy grievance against Teck Coal, operating as Line Creek Operations in the East Kootenay area.

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