Oil tankers and Pemex board will set up a negotiating table: STPS

The Secretary of labor and social security (STPS), Luisa Maria Mayor Lujanreported that the Union of Petroleum Workers of the Mexican Republic (STPRM) and the directive Mexican oil (Pemex) will set up a work table to analyze the demands of the trade union organization that he heads Ricardo Aldana.

In an interview, the federal official indicated that “there is already a conciliation dialogue table, that is what it is about, having balance and betting on dialogue. The company is sitting down with the union and of course they will have to agree on how it goes to move forward, especially how all the workers who were not regularized are going to be regularized, the bet is to basify them and in that sense, that there are no interests alien to the merits of the workers, their seniority and their effort,” he said.

It should be noted that this Wednesday the STPRM, in its 36 sections, held assemblies and demonstrations to denounce the breach of the collective labor agreementmainly in the areas of health, personal protective equipment and the opening of vacancies.

According to the results of the Section 34 assembly, in which around 3,000 oil workers from the four Storage and Dispatch Terminals located in the Mexico City and the headquarters of Mexican oil they unanimously agreed to request immediate compliance with their collective agreement and agreed to exhaust all legal instances to resolve their just demands.

Likewise, the demands focus on the lack of medicines in a 60% shortage in clinics and hospitals, protection and safety equipment, maintenance of the facilities, non-coverage of places accumulating double workloads for unionized personnel, null provision of housing and the alarming lack of training in all workplaces.

For this reason, they will continue with the mobilizations and will send letters to the directors and the federal government, to insist on the urgent need to comply with the provisions of the contract, for the safety of the facilities, the workers and the community as a whole.

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