PSA membership gives you more than just support in the workplace. Members can also benefit from a number of non-industrial value-added services. Some are supplied by the PSA, others by organisations with which we are associated.
The PSA’s arrangement with Union Shopper gets great shopping deals for members on items such as groceries, white goods, cars and holidays.
We’ve got your back: as a PSA member, you are covered by a number of insurance policies.
Journey and personal accident insurance
All members are covered by journey insurance (which is no longer offered by your employer) and personal accident insurance.
Family accident insurance
For only $11 a year, personal accident insurance can be extended to your family.
Check out our exclusive banking deals for members, including lower interest rates on home loans. Benefits include:
Whether it is a work-related legal issue or one that affects your home life, members have access to one free initial consultation and a free will-drawing service.
All members are entitlement to the benefits of Provident Fund, which pays out a one-off sum in the event of the holder dying before the age of 70 or later if they are still in the workforce.
This vouchers entitles a PSA or CPSU NSW member to a complimentary obligation-free initial consultation with a Bridges financial planner to the value of $330.
Children of members are entitled to apply for a scholarship valid at any Australian university. Conditions apply.
We recommend the Workers Health Centre, which is is an accredited rehabilitation provider with a medical rehabilitation team.
Its medical rehabilitation team includes doctors, a physiotherapist, occupational hygienist, psychologist, ergonomist, migrant services officer and welfare worker.
WHC provides a work health and safety service which includes screening and investigations of workplaces.
The Welfare Rights Centre, Sydney (WRC) is a community legal centre dealing with social security matters.
Members can obtain assistance from the centre on all social services – family allowances, sickness, births and deaths, child maintenance payments, childcare, Austudy, sole parenting, relatives coming out from overseas and unemployment benefits.