- O’Farrell attacks Police D&D – firefighters next?
- S/O Level 2 promotions update
- Retained summit
- Anti-Union faxes and flyers on stations
- Electricity SOGs Training Audit banned
Inside this issue:
- Attendance Management Policy bans lifted
- Department prosecutes Union over LSV bans
- 2011 AGM Results
AGM, Bans, sick leave
MANAGEMENT RENEGES ON AGREEMENT, CLOSES FIRE STATIONS ACROSS THE STATE
The union representing professional fire fighters is desperately trying to hold Fire and Rescue NSW (FRNSW) to an existing agreement providing light duties positions for injured firefighters who are unable to perform operational duties.
Fire Brigade Employees’ Union (FBEU) NSW Secretary Jim Casey said FRNSW management seemed determined to force an industrial dispute, upping the ante overnight by closing 25 fire stations across the state rather than pay fire fighters overtime to keep them open. [Read more]tags | Bans, media release
The 20 members of Class 25 of the Station Officer Promotional Program (SOPP) were meant to graduate as Station Officers tomorrow. Instead you will see them soon back on the station as Leading Firefighters, making this the first class to not be promoted since the SOPP first commenced back in 2002.Bans, CODE RED, SOPP
As per Bans & Restrictions Notice dated 6th March, 1996, please be informed that this includes the general maintenance and servicing of BA sets other than emergency circumstances. All drills and training are included in the bans also. [Read more]tags | BA, Bans
At it’s meeting of 30th January, 1996 the Union’s State Committee of Management considered the question of disaster management planning being carried out by Station Officer members within Region South. [Read more]tags | Bans, extra duties, station officer