Rule AmendmentsNovember 6, 1995
In accordance with Rule 47, Amendment of Rules, members are hereby notified of the following Rule amendments concerning Rule 51, Sub-Branches which were adopted by the State Committee of Management at it’s October 27 meeting. The present Rule is provided […]
Independent Review Of Workers’ Compensation And Rehabilitation In The BrigadesAugust 28, 1995
Following strong representations from the Union, the Minister for Emergency Services has appointed an independent expert to review the management of workers’ compensation and rehabilitation in the NSW Fire Brigades. The Union’s action in seeking this review was based on […]
Training Of Fire Fighters To Occupy New Positions In Communications CentresAugust 19, 1995
TRAINING OF FIRE FIGHTERS TO OCCUPY NEW POSITIONS IN COMMUNICATIONS CENTRES SYDNEY, NEWCASTLE AND WOLLONGONG. Following extensive negotiations between the Department, the members concerned and the Union on the manner in which fire fighters occupying new positions in communications centres […]
Firies On The Cavalcade To CanberraAugust 5, 1995
On Monday 19 August, Firefighters from NSW, Victoria and the ACT, together with thousands of other workers will converge on Parliament House Canberra to demonstrate to the Howard Government that their unAustralian Industrial Relations Act is unacceptable.
National Industrial ActionJuly 31, 1995
The Victorian Branch of the United Firefighters Union of Australia has been locked in a heated wage dispute with the Kennett Government and Metropolitan Fire Brigade Board (MFB) for over five months. The Union has to date flatly rejected the […]
Telephone Calls And ExpensesJuly 31, 1995
Members would be aware that it has long been the practice within the Brigades for firefighting staff to make payment for local exchange telephone calls, as prescribed in Standing Orders and particularly, In Orders 1974/16.
Safe Minimum Crewing For Response In The Greater Sydney, Newcastle And Wollongong AreasJuly 31, 1995
The report of the 1982 Joint Working Party for Review of Fire Station Manning found that four was the minimum safe crew for pumping appliances in Newcastle, Sydney and Wollongong. This was founded primarily on the basis of safety – […]
Campbelltown Fire StationJuly 24, 1995
The Union’s State Committee of Management will meet on Friday 28 August 1995, to consider the question of minimum crewing of appliances within the Sydney, Newcastle and Wollongong areas.
Superintendent And Chief Superintendent Fbeu Members Meeting NoticeJuly 21, 1995
All Superintendent and Chief Superintendent members are advised that a meeting to discuss the Enterprise Review Committee’s Report and Union strategies to secure implementation of that Report’s recommendations will be held as follows:
Re: Union Instruction To State Fire Command Members, 19/7/95.July 19, 1995
PREDICTABLY, THE DEPARTMENT HAS NOW INFORMED ALL OF THE ABOVE CENTRES THAT STAFF ARE NOT TO FOLLOW THE UNION INSTRUCTION CONCERNING NEW STAFFING LEVELS.
Stand-bys And Out-duties, 79, 83 & 94 Stns.July 3, 1995
One of the problems arising out of the day-shift roster configuration worked at the above Stations is the ability of the Department to exploit members through the use of stand-bys at those Stations. In effect, members may be made to […]
Motor Driving AllowanceJune 27, 1995
Dear Comrades, Re: Motor Driving Allowance Following inquiries from members at the above Stations relating to payment of motor driving allowances for Station Officers, the Union made representations on this matter to the Department. The Union advanced the argument that […]