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Mauritius: A firefighters union denounces "accessories and uniforms of poor quality"

The Union of firefighters from the Fire Fighters Branch of Government Services Employees Association, traced the grumbling that shakes in-house professional firefighters in Mauritius and denounces "props and uniforms of poor quality".
 The Union of firefighters on the island by the voice of his Secretary, Lindsay Sauterelle, also pointed out that firefighters have not been paid for working on holidays, as the newspaper Le Matinal relates.
 "Employees who work on day of the leave are also entitled to a remuneration of 610 rupees (15 euros) for the first three hours", said the trade unionist.
The latter even deplores the lack of staff or 30 positions "station officer" and 12 positions firefighters who are not provided in the barracks of the island.
Another complaint against the guardianship authority of firefighters, the Ministry of Local Government, payment of extra hours of night that the last report of the Pay Research Bureau (PRB) were evaluated at six remunerated when that today it is only two hours are paid to firefighters.
The firefighters' union also wants greater transparency in transfers of officers who have in the past caused much frustration among staff.

Fabrice François

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