WorkSafeBC and members of the Compensation Employees Union (CEU), representing nearly 2,600 workers, have ratified a new agreement under Government B.C`s bargaining mandate for sustainable services. The agreement between WorkSafeBC and UEC members aims to improve services to individuals and ensure fair and affordable compensation. The UEC represents individuals in a variety of positions at WorkSafeBC, including promoting and enforcing occupational health and safety regulations, making decisions and compensation for damages, and assisting injured workers to facilitate their safe recovery and return to work. The Sustainable Services Negotiation Mandate supports the Government`s commitment to improve the services people rely on, make life more affordable, and invest in sustainable economic growth. The mandate is consistent with B.C.`s commitment to balanced budgets and sound fiscal management. Currently, more than 217,000 public sector workers are affected by interim or ratified agreements under this mandate. For more information on collective bargaining in the public sector, see B.C: www.gov.bc.ca/psecbargaining. . .