Sitrep No. 37/2010

September 15, 2010
Inside this issue: Do it on their time, not yours Country inspectors dispute on hold Cleared by the Court, targeted by the Dept Contingency plans OK
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Sitrep No. 36/2010

September 8, 2010
Inside this issue: Lismore goes 10/14 Retained authorised duties 1 Retained authorised duties 2 Delegates training The British disease
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Sitrep No. 35/2010

September 2, 2010
Inside this issue: Country Inspector vacancies dispute update - bans lifted Recruit training win update Diversity - and Unity - in the NSWFB
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Code Red – Inspector Relieving Bans To Commence 1800hrs

September 1, 2010
Further to the two Code Red notices issued Friday 20 August and Tuesday 24 August, when the Union accepted the IRC’s recommendation and lifted its administrative bans, today’s In Orders confirm that the Department has chosen to ignore the IRC’s recommendation to “take immediate action to withdraw the advertisements (with respect to the Wagga Wagga and Dubbo Inspector vacancies) as found in In Orders 2010/18 dated 20 August, 2010”.
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Sitrep No. 34/2010

August 27, 2010
Inside this issue: Permanent members maintaining minimum staffing at retained stations Joint Drug and Alcohol Protocol still in place Retained Community First Responder claim In Orders moved to Wednesday - why?
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Code Red – Country Inspector Bans Lifted

August 25, 2010
As reported in last Friday’s Code Red, the Union listed a dispute with the IRC over the Department’s intention to allow Station Officers who have not completed the Inspectors Promotional Program (IPP) to fill Duty Commander positions in clear breach of both Clauses 7 and 13 of the Award. The dispute was heard by the IRC’s Commissioner Ritchie yesterday, 24 August.
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Code Red – Country Inspector Vacancies Dispute

August 20, 2010
The Union made its objection to the publication of these items clear enough, but the Department decided to publish today regardless. The Union this afternoon listed the dispute with the IRC. The Union’s State Executive and SOSB Secretary also met this afternoon and resolved to commence appropriate industrial action.
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Sitrep No. 33/2010

August 20, 2010
Inside this issue: Tomorrow Australia votes. Even the bookies are finding it to difficult to call Diagnosis on M/Cs? FBEU Centernary March, AGM, and Function
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Sitrep No. 32/2010

August 13, 2010
Inside this issue: New Workplace Complaints Policy LSV staffing changes imminent UFUA media
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