MARITIME LABOR ORGANIZATIONS ON THE GREAT LAKES-ST. LAWRENCE SEAWAY SYSTEM
Chapter (1) provides a bacground and description of the system of pilotage; Chapter (2) deals with lock operation and auxilitary personnel in both Canada and the U.S.; Chapter (3) covers the dock and harbor labor, including the stevedoring agreements along with an analysis of general cargo traffic and longshore employment; Chapter (4) provides a description of labor management relations and the various maritime labor organizations including employment trends and the changing composition of the bulk fleet; Chapter (5) contains the summary and conclusions. Nineteen tables are included covering vessel transits of the seaway, pilotage revenue, general cargo traffic through selected ports, employment, U.S. fleets on the Great Lakes and ages of seamen by occupation.
- Also available from NTIS, PB-282474/6ST. Library of Congress Catalog Card No. 77-93596.
University of Wisconsin, MilwaukeeSea Grant College Program
Milwaukee, WI United States 53201
- Schenker, E
- Brockel, H C
- Wendling, W R
- Publication Date: 1978-1
- Pagination: 98 p.
- TRT Terms: Inland water transportation; Labor relations; Labor unions; Operations; Ports; Ship pilots; Shipping; Water traffic
- Geographic Terms: Great Lakes; Saint Lawrence Seaway
- Subject Areas: Administration and Management; Education and Training; Marine Transportation;
- Accession Number: 00173917
- Record Type: Publication
- Source Agency: University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
- Report/Paper Numbers: Tech Rpt. #233
- Files: TRIS
- Created Date: May 3 1978 12:00AM