As a settlement to national grievance N00-12-00013, Canada Post has signed an MOA and agreed to amend the LCRMS Manual to reflect the following:
1) Letter carriers will not be structured to deliver CMB sites from the opposite side of the street if the street is wider than three lanes—including any lanes used for parking.
2) A time credit of 0.17 minutes will be provided to cross from and return to the vehicle when crossing the street. This time represents the time to walk 45.18 feet, and is in addition to the regular pacing given on the 038 to walk to the CMB.
3) In situations where the letter carrier must travel further than 45.18 feet, the time to cross the street will be updated by management at the request of the letter carrier or the Union. Situations where the letter carrier would have to travel more than 45.18 feet include:
4) Locations where the CMB is delivered from across the street will be indicated on the Form 070/071.
the local joint Health & Safety Committee.