General Notice

October 7, 2004
Inside this notice: Reminder of Union bans still in force Sick leave management protocol Vehicle inspection check sheets False Alarm Notification (FAN) forms Hand-held computers Permanent stand-bys BRIMS ICMS bans lifted Exploding Wallets Special case update Senior firefighters short changed […]
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2004 Federal Election Comment

October 2, 2004
State Committee urges all FBEU members to consider the industrial relations policies of the various parties when voting in the upcoming Federal Election.
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Notice Of 2004 Agm

September 29, 2004
Members are advised that the Union’s 94th Annual General Meeting will be held on Thursday 25th November 2004, commencing 10am at the Tom Mann Theatre, 136 Chalmers Street, Surry Hills, Sydney.
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General Update, Inc. Extra Bans

August 25, 2004
Inside this notice: Sick leave management protocol banned Medical certificates and diagnosis ICMS banned Vehicle inspection check sheets banned FAN forms banned Hand-held computers banned Reminder of Union bans Lismore staffing dispute Public stampede on occurrence books? Pants on fire […]
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Vale Comrade Phillip Viles

August 6, 2004
In a tragic reminder of the inherent dangers of firefighting, Retained Firefighter Phillip Viles of Budgewoi Brigade was killed in the course of firefighting operations at Doyalson on Monday, 26 July 2004. The officials and members of the Fire Brigade […]
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“brims” Banned And July Scom Meeting

August 6, 2004
The Department’s recently introduced Bushfire Risk Information Management System – or “BRIMS” – has not yet been agreed to by the Union, and is therefore banned until further notice. There was certainly no agreement for BRIMS within the recently list […]
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General Update July 2004

July 23, 2004
Inside this issue: Operational Debriefs – Ignore the In Orders Statutory Declarations dispute update Permanent stand-bys banned Recent SCOM Policy Decisions New Meal, Travel and Accommodation Allowances
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General Update

July 16, 2004
Inside this issue: Bans imminent over recycled water Special Case update Z & J Relieving – new arrangements in place Dispute over 13’s aerial heats up Long Service Leave 1: Quotas Long Service Leave 2: Pre-’85 Retained service PSTP Dispute […]
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N7 Union Bans To Be Lifted Today

June 22, 2004
N7 Union bans to be lifted today 1800 hours Tuesday 22 June 2004
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