Local 33 - Royal Alexandra Hospital
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PRC Committee at Local 33

The PRC forms are located outside the Local 33 office in the sub basement. Please remember to include your full name and phone number and email address. Before submitting your PRC, you should notify and discuss the issue with your manager giving them the opportunity to resolve the issue immediately. If your concerns are not resolved fill the PRC form.

Here is a copy of the PRC form:


Have you ever thought about filliPRC form.pdfng our a PRC, but feeling a little uneasy, or unsure? Local 33 will be  focusing our June 13 Local meeting on writing PRCS. The meeting will be at 1530 in the auditorium. The Local 33 executive will review how to write a PRC, and when to write a PRC. We will be there to answer all of your questions and will demonstrate the PRC process.
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trouble for writing a PRC? No!! It is your professional responsibility to report unsafe situations that you encounter. It gives you and UNA the evidence needed to push for improvements!
3. How many people can sign one PRC? As many as you want. If the situations is affecting all RNs on your shift, then you should all sign it.
4. Can LPNs fill out a PRC? LPNs, through their own union have a similar form called an ìEMACî.
5. What happens to the PRC after I send it to UNA? We review it, contact the writer with any questions, formulate some questions for the manager and expect a response within 10 days, then contact the writer with the response. At this point, it is either resolved or unresolved. If unresolved, we pursue the PRC process as per article 36.01 in the UNA Collective Agreement.
6. What info should I include in the PRC? staff to patient ratios, position vacancies on your unit, name of manager and when they were notified, suggested resolution
When filing a PRC, please include your first and last name as well as your phone number and personal email address. If we cannot contact you after three attempts, we close the PRC.




Have you ever thought about filling our a PRC, but feeling a little uneasy, or unsure? Local 33 will be  focusing our June 13 Local meeting on writing PRCS. The meeting will be at 1530 in the auditorium. The Local 33 executive will review how to write a PRC, and when to write a PRC. We will be there to answer all of your questions and will demonstrate the PRC process.
A few common questions we receive regarding writing a PRC:
1. Do I have to tell me manager I am filing a PRC? You must notify your manager you are filing a PRC. This gives the manager a chance to rectify the situation before a PRC needs to be filled out. PRCs are all about problem solving and this involves working with the manager to sort out the issue before it becomes a PRC. If you have not discussed the issue with your manager
2. Can I get in trouble for writing a PRC? No!! It is your professional responsibility to report unsafe situations that you encounter. It gives you and UNA the evidence needed to push for improvements!
3. How many people can sign one PRC? As many as you want. If the situations is affecting all RNs on your shift, then you should all sign it.
4. Can LPNs fill out a PRC? LPNs, through their own union have a similar form called an ìEMACî.
5. What happens to the PRC after I send it to UNA? We review it, contact the writer with any questions, formulate some questions for the manager and expect a response within 10 days, then contact the writer with the response. At this point, it is either resolved or unresolved. If unresolved, we pursue the PRC process as per article 36.01 in the UNA Collective Agreement.
6. What info should I include in the PRC? staff to patient ratios, position vacancies on your unit, name of manager and when they were notified, suggested resolution
When filing a PRC, please include your first and last name as well as your phone number and personal email address. If we cannot contact you after three attempts, we close the PRC.
Have you ever thought about filling our a PRC, but feeling a little uneasy, or unsure? Local 33 will be  focusing our June 13 Local meeting on writing PRCS. The meeting will be at 1530 in the auditorium. The Local 33 executive will review how to write a PRC, and when to write a PRC. We will be there to answer all of your questions and will demonstrate the PRC process.
A few common questions we receive regarding writing a PRC:
1. Do I have to tell me manager I am filing a PRC? You must notify your manager you are filing a PRC. This gives the manager a chance to rectify the situation before a PRC needs to be filled out. PRCs are all about problem solving and this involves working with the manager to sort out the issue before it becomes a PRC. If you have not discussed the issue with your manager
2. Can I get in trouble for writing a PRC? No!! It is your professional responsibility to report unsafe situations that you encounter. It gives you and UNA the evidence needed to push for improvements!
3. How many people can sign one PRC? As many as you want. If the situations is affecting all RNs on your shift, then you should all sign it.
4. Can LPNs fill out a PRC? LPNs, through their own union have a similar form called an ìEMACî.
5. What happens to the PRC after I send it to UNA? We review it, contact the writer with any questions, formulate some questions for the manager and expect a response within 10 days, then contact the writer with the response. At this point, it is either resolved or unresolved. If unresolved, we pursue the PRC process as per article 36.01 in the UNA Collective Agreement.
6. What info should I include in the PRC? staff to patient ratios, position vacancies on your unit, name of manager and when they were notified, suggested resolution
When filing a PRC, please include your first and last name as well as your phone number and personal email address. If we cannot contact you after three attempts, we close the PRC.