SANTA CRUZ DE TENERIFE, May 23. (EUROPE PRESS) –
The Federation of Services to the Citizenship of Canary Islands Workers’ Commissions (CCOO) has announced on Tuesday the suspension of the ambulance strike in the Canary Islands after reaching an agreement with the company Gestión de Servicios para la Salud y Seguridad de Canarias (GSC).
The agreement includes the commitment to set up a working group in order to monitor compliance with the specifications of the ambulance tenders in terms of labor relations, whose first meeting will be on June 2.
Likewise, GSC has expressed the commitment of the Minister of Health of the Government of the Canary Islands, Blas Trujillo, and that of Public Administrations, Justice and Security, Julio Pérez, to promote a study to evaluate the management of the terrestrial medical transport service, including the option of direct management by the Government of the Canary Islands, collects a note from CCOO
For these reasons, the union considers that there are “sufficient guarantees” to suspend the strike, although it makes it clear that “in no case” is it a call-off.