Access to PSA/NSW Police Joint Consultative Committees minutes - Public Service Association

Access to PSA/NSW Police Joint Consultative Committees minutes

Access to PSA NSW Police Joint Consultative Committees minutes – October 2018 (PDF version)

Every two months, PSA delegates along with Industrial Staff, meet with NSW Police Management to discuss various matters affecting PSA members in the agency all across the state.

This standing bimonthly meeting is known as the Joint Consultative Committee (JCC). JCCs also take place on a local level in Radio Operations Group (ROG) and Security Management Unit (SMU).

Issues discussed include restructures, training, policies, consultation, public sector reforms, Work Health and Safety, workloads, and a large range of other industrial issues. Collective matters that members discuss with delegates or industrial staff are often raised and progressed in this forum.

The minutes of these meetings are publicly available to all members on the HR Intranet under “Communities and HR Resources”.

The file path is NSWPF Intranet > Human Resources > Communities and HR Resources > NSWPF & PSA – JCC

Make sure your colleagues read and stay across these issues as well.

Minutes from a meeting will be ratified at the following meeting and then published on the HR Intranet.

Delegates attending these meetings are sent from the PSA’s Police Departmental Committee (DC), the peak Committee of PSA delegates in NSW Police from all across the state. The elections for this group are held every two years with the next election to take place in 2019.

The PSA encourages any interested member to get involved in the DC to assist in furthering the interests of all PSA members in NSW Police.

It is critical to maintain a broad base of active delegates in workplaces – we get results when we work together.

Delegates perform one of the most important roles in the union. As a Delegate, you are the day-to-day face of the union in the workplace. Delegates are also the connecting key between PSA members in the workplace and the rest of the union.

If you would enjoy the challenge of helping your colleagues achieve fair outcomes and solving problems, we would love to hear from you:

Roland Harris
PSA Organiser
rharris@psa.asn.au
0438 402 503

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