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Coffee is on the PSA!

The PSA will be holding its monthly coffee cart for members on 22 May at 10:00am. This will give members from a range of agencies the opportunity to catch up over a coffee, tea or hot chocolate, which is free for PSA members who work at 4 and 6 Parramatta Square (PSQ). PSA staff representing a wide range of agencies will be on hand to…

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PSA meeting: Community Corrections Grafton

This PSA is hosting a meeting to consult with members regarding the Improvement Notice recently placed on Coffs Harbour Community Corrections by SafeWork. We will be discussing the wider implications of this notice. Details Date Wednesday 22 May 2024 Time 12:00pm-1:00pm Location Level 4, 49-51 Victoria Street Grafton Contact Rebecca Reilly 0419 980 503

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Department of Customer Service Peak Joint Consultative Committee update

Your union attended the Department of Customer Service (DCS) Peak Joint Consultative Committee on 14 May 2024.  The following matters were discussed: Contingent, temporary, contractor and consultant labour A major focus of the PSA has been the rampant overuse of consultants, contractors, and contingent labour across the public service over the last 10+ years, to the detriment of our members. Your union, the PSA, is…

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Fisheries Officers Vocational Branch Executive: update from your delegates

The Fisheries Officers Vocation Branch (FOVB) AGM was held on Thursday 9 May 2024. The FOVB Executive (FOVBE)/PSA thanks all members who took the time to participate. We believe we are making solid progress towards a new Award that is fit for purpose and properly remunerates our members for the important work they do. The FOVBE/PSA staff also wish to acknowledge the Department on the…

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Publication of disciplinary matters as part of Special Commission of Inquiry

On 2 May 2024, the PSA was made aware of a document that was published on the Astill Inquiry website containing the identifying details of some disciplinary matters and complaints investigated by the Professional Standards Branch (PSB) of Corrective Services NSW (CSNSW), including in some cases the names of complainants. While the PSA was not a party to, nor appearing in the Astill Inquiry, we…

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