Significantly, pursuant to section L5.16 Teacher Performance Evaluation, new language has been negotiated that includes a process for evaluating the performance of new and experienced TLDSB/OSSTF District 15 teachers. This document is now part of the collective agreement. In the spring of 2017, a two-year extension agreement was ratified by the central parties, and under the OSSTF Constitution, ratification of membership was required. The ratification vote was successful in approving the extension agreement, thus changing the central conditions for the 2017-2019 school years. With the extension agreement, the Employee Life and Health Trust (ELHT) was founded. The OSSTF ELHT is called OSSTFBenefits. Newsletters and information specific to osstfBenefits Trust are available from the Members Only section of the OSSTF provincial website. With regard to each legal act, there are regulations that specify or articulate more precisely the legislation under which they were adopted. In addition to the collective agreement, our employment is subject to a large number of laws: According to the Education Act, the following regulations are of direct interest: According to the Occupational Health and Safety Act (OHSA), there are too many regulations to list them all. In this case, it would be beneficial to review the law and learn about your rights and obligations under the OHSA.
More information about your rights and obligations under the OHSA can be found in the Health and Safety section of our website. The 2014-2017 collective agreement consists of two parts. Part 1 includes key terms agreed to in central negotiations between the CSST, the Ontario Public School Boards Association (OPSBA) and the provincial government. Part 2 deals with local conditions. It should be noted that at the time of posting, Article L10.05 and Article L23.10(c) have not been agreed and are currently being considered by the OSSTF and OPSBA in the Central Dispute Settlement Committee in accordance with C5.2. .