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Attention: Health and Safety Representatives

Health and Safety Representative (HSR) network meetings offer a forum for HSRs across the state to get together, share information and discuss workplace issues. HSR network meeting Date Wednesday 17 August Time 12:00pm-2:00pm Venue Online. Click here to register. Please join us online this Wednesday. Topic for discussion: Mould; is it an issue in your workplace, and what can be done about it?    

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Ombudsman Flexible Working Agreement Ballot RESULTS ARE IN

The electronic ballot for voting on the proposed Ombudsman Flexible Working Hours Agreement (FWHA) has been finalised. Thank you to everyone that voted and provided feedback, and a special thank you to Delegate Mathew Bright for his time, effort and knowledge during this process. The majority of members voted in favour of the proposed agreement. The PSA will now formally write to NSW Ombudsman to…

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NPWS Bulletin - August Update

On 9 August the National Parks Vocational Branch met to discuss a range of issues. Some of these issues included: NPWS Housing After significant and ongoing advocacy by the PSA some houses at Waste Point in KNP have been made available for tenancy by staff. This is a great win for PSA members and enables staff in need of accomodation to apply for occupancy of…

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Revenue NSW Fines and Debts - Call Recording

The Department of Customer Service has recently made us aware of their desire to implement the capability of the phone system in Fines and Debt to record calls.  The Department is consulting with PSA over this and we are seeking your feedback in the matter.  Below is the information we have for you so far: Has the PSA been consulted on any planned introduction to…

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PSA reaction to Broderick Review

Today’s independent review by Elizabeth Broderick and Co into bullying, harassment and sexual misconduct in NSW Parliament contains findings that are shocking and absolutely unacceptable. However, sadly they are not surprising for our members working in NSW Parliament. Everyone has a right to a safe workplace. It is clear from this report that many of those who carry the duty to keep staff safe in…

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