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- J & Z Relieving Guide
Following proceedings before the Industrial Relations Commission this week, the Union and Department have now agreed upon the following guidelines for the use of relievers within Metropolitan Zones. The parties have also agreed that relievers may be directed to relieve anywhere within and between all Regional Zones, provided that individual cases can be reviewed on case-by-case basis, as and when needed.relieving
The previous 2005 Award’s subclause 12.4 provided that members could not be directed to relieve or perform outduties between or into the Sydney, Newcastle, Gosford, Wyong or Wollongong Fire Districts. However, it also allowed for any member to be directed to relieve outside of those areas (including, for example, at Broken Hill).fire district, relieving
Inside this notice:
- June SGM results
- Your rights at work – Unions NSW Broadcast
- Medical Assessments – Be warned!
- Performing a coutnry relief?
- EEO Committee Meeting – 8 July
- Tactical Communications
It is understood by the Union that their is some confusion in Zones N1 & N2 over the proper procedures with respect to the allocation of relief duties on the Central Coast.
It is both Union and Departmental policy (as reflected in In-Orders 1994/11) that where relief is required for the Central Coast, the following applies: [Read more]tags | Acting up, out-duties, relieving
Few members would have been surprised to learn that the Department botched the ‘Stage 3’ Tax adjustment payment due on 17 July, 1997.
While payment on 17 July, was made in relation to Table 4; ‘B’, ’C’ and ‘D’ relieving payments, Table 4; ‘A’ relieving payments, applying to the vast majority of affected members was not included. [Read more]tags | relieving, tax dispute
An error has been identified in the Relieving Guide which was previously sent to permanent stations and delegates. Example C, under the subheading “MULTIPLE RELIEFS”, should have read as follows: [Read more]tags | relieving, union guide
BAN’S LIFTED ON RELIEVING, OUT-DUTIES AND ACTING-UP
The Union’s claim in relation to the tax dispute was agreed to in a joint meeting with the Department and Public Employment Office on Thursday 11 July 1996 at 1755 hours. After weeks of Departmental bumbling and stalling, the Union’s bans clearly had the desired effect of bringing the Department to the negotiating table. [Read more]tags | Acting up, Outduty Limits, relieving, union bans