The minimum services ordered by the Basque Government for the public sector strike called for this Wednesday prevented that in primary care you work like Saturday, in education that schools are open and have directors and teachers, and on transportation accounting for 30% of services.
The minimum service order, signed by Vice-Legendary Idoia Mendiaregulates what should continue to operate on Wednesday, when 150,000 Basque public employees are called out of work.
In hospital centers It works perfectly in the emergency room, and with the usual staff on holiday, others are able to provide medical discharges.
Pre-scheduled and non-delayed dialysis and oncological treatment procedures will also be continued.
In primary care, at least the services equivalent to a Saturday will be continued, while 100% of emergency services and Continuing Care Points (PAC)
In telephone health care services, “call center” is set at 50% of people who usually provide these services.
In the residences for the elderly and/or those with some dependency or disability, 50% of the gerocultivation staff will continue or provide similar direct care outside normal meal times, from 8:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m., and from 8:00 p.m. to 10:00 in the evening, when this percentage increases by 10%.
On the night shift, service will be provided 100% by direct care staff.
Also in day centers, the same percentage is set as in residences: 50% of direct care staff plus an additional 10% reinforcement for three meals.
At SOS-Deiak 112, which handles emergencies, everything will work because 100% of the services are scheduled for each shift.
The rest of these services (emergency attention and meteorology, firefighters, emergency and communication stations, road maintenance, civil protection, Euskadi Traffic Management Center, etc.) will continue with staff corresponding to a holiday in public at this time of year.
To guarantee access to the centers, that is, that they are open and the teachers and students who want to go, it was established For each educational center, 1 person from the management team, 1 person from the subordinate staff for the morning shift, and another for the afternoon shift, if any,
In the Haurreskolak Consortium, to also guarantee access, for each center there is a coordinator or person to replace him.
To protect the protection function, that is, to serve those who go to the aforementioned services, one teacher is added for each stage of education (early childhood education, primary education, ESO, baccalaureate, and vocational training).
In preschool (including Haurreskolak) and primary, from 100 students enrolled in each period, 1 teacher will be added to each corresponding period, and one more for every hundred students.
Publicly owned companies that provide regular passenger transportation, trains, trams, funiculars, and river transportation will maintain many services equivalent to 30% of the ordinary.