Security checkRoslyn Smith, acting deputy general secretary of the National Union of Public Workers. (FP)
By Dawne Parris | Fri, May 18, 2012 - 12:10 AM
CONCERNS about recently enforced security measures at the airport have been referred to the Ministry of National Security – which falls under Prime Minister Freundel Stuart – to consider solutions that will put immigration officers and other workers at ease.
In the meantime, industrial action in protest against the measures is off for now, according to Roslyn Smith, acting deputy general secretary of the National Union of Public Workers (NUPW).
Smith made the announcement following a “cordial” two-hour meeting with officials at the Grantley Adams International Airport (GAIA) yesterday.
“There is a process that has to be followed and we would await that process . . . . We will monitor as we go along,” she told the WEEKEND NATION, adding that although no deadline had been given for resolving the matter, she did not expect any long delays.
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