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Situation and current problems of Social Dialogue in the Private Security Sector from the European point of view Eduardo Cobas Urcelay Chairman Social Dialogue Committee CoESS Prague, September 21, 2010. What does social dialogue mean?

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Situation and current problems of Social Dialogue in the Private Security Sector from the European point of view

Eduardo Cobas Urcelay

Chairman Social Dialogue Committee CoESS

Prague, September 21, 2010.

Social Dialogue European level

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What does social dialogue mean?
  • The results of private security social dialogue at European level
  • Working programme
  • An area of major concern

Social Dialogue European level

introduction on social dialogue
Introduction on social dialogue
  • Social Dialogue:
    • Social – trade unions – companies
    • Dialogue: to find common approaches
  • European Social Dialogue does not replace AT ALL national or company social dialogue
    • EU does not give a solution to a national issue
    • It is an input-output process
  • European Social Dialogue:
    • Focuses on purely EU issues
    • Gives global answers to global issues
    • Ideas, exchange of experiences, good practices
    • Practical tools, instruments

Social Dialogue European level

some experiences from eu level we are a complex sector project spot ulb 2004
Some experiences from EU levelWe are a complex sector. Project SPOT. ULB 2004.

Social Dialogue European level

some conclusions
Some conclusions
  • Companies and trade unions have common issues where common fight can be effective
  • How? That highly depends on national level of social dialogue:
    • Non existent – the need of common recognition
    • Social Dialogue at company level
    • Social Dialogue at sectoral level: general issues
    • Social Dialogue at sector level: negotiation on prices

Social Dialogue European level

outcome of social dialogue in the private security sector
Outcome of social dialogue in the private security sector
  • General documents: formal issues
    • The importance of joint recognition
  • General documents: basic principles
    • Our common vision of private security – we are not a commodity
  • Regulatory issues
    • Directive on Services
  • Training
    • Manuals /general – specific areas
  • Organisation of work
    • SPOT project
  • Market conditions
    • The Best Value principle
  • Health and safety
    • Guide on Health and Safety
  • Enlargement

Social Dialogue European level

coess uni europa working programme 2010 2011
CoESS/UNI europa Working Programme 2010-2011
  • Regulatory issues
    • Joint declarations on the main regulatory issues
    • Focus points
      • European Commission Regulation on Professional Cross-Border Transportation of Euro Cash by Road between Member States in the Euro Area
        • Jointly agreed training module for cross-border CIT workers
      • EU Directive on Services
      • Increased coordination of European Commission actions and initiatives
  • Setting a framework for the modernisation of work organisation
    • MOWO Project
    • Joint working group to define a framework of actions at European level

Social Dialogue European level

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CoESS/UNI europa Working Programme 2010-2011
  • Health and safety issues
    • Prevention of occupational health and safety hazards
    • Exchange of best practices
    • Third Party Violence at Work – multisectoral instrument
  • Best value and public procurement
    • European Commission guide on social considerations in public procurement
    • Continue to promote the best value principle at national, European, intersectoral and multisectoral level
  • Focusing on the renewed Social and Economic Agenda
    • European Commission’s Social Agenda: investing in people, more and better jobs, new skills, mobility…
    • Impact of the global socio-economic crisis on the private security sector

Social Dialogue European level

coess uni europa working programme 2010 20112
CoESS/UNI europa Working Programme 2010-2011
  • Training
    • Priority for the further development of the sector
    • Training manuals: additional private security segments?
    • Mobility Project
    • Jointly agreed training module for cross-border CIT workers
  • Implementation of the Social Dialogue results
    • Implementation at national and company level
    • Follow-up on the conclusions of the 5th Private Security Conference (2008)
    • Monitor the European Commission Communication on a possible review of European Sectoral Social Dialogue structures
  • Follow-up of the enlargement process and integration of New and Candidate EU Member States
    • Analysis of results of CoESS/UNI europa’s joint work on this issue
    • Coordinating force for new projects/developments undertaken by CoESS/UNI europa member federations and supported by the social partners

Social Dialogue European level

one area of clear common interest market conditions
One area of clear common interest: market conditions

1. Memorandum 10 June 2008 on the award of contracts to private security companies in the public sector.2. Manual for public authorities awarding contracts for guarding services.3. Joint position against undeclared work in the private security sector.4. Joint declaration of different social dialogue committees on “Towards responsible awarding of contracts”.

Social Dialogue European level

the best value principle
The Best Value principle.
  • Public awards: price is a decisive element
    • The policy which consists of awarding contracts to companies which put in the lowest bid has a harmful and detrimental impact on the industry
  • Handbook: to be distributed: trying to provide with objective elements Award criteria: ECONOMICALLY MOST ADVANTAGEOUS TENDER.
  • Quality criteria:
    • Guarding personnel
    • Contract management
    • Contract infrastructure
    • Company
  • Conclusions:
    • Quality is more important than ever: our role in the critical infrastructure provision – opportunity
    • We face a continuous and never-ending fight
    • A joint fight is more effective fight

Social Dialogue European level