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Nominations open for POVB Awards

National Corrections Day recognises the outstanding work people employed in Corrective Services contribute to the citizens of Australia. The POVB recognises the outstanding work of POVB Delegates and members by presenting awards in the following categories; POVB Life Membership, POVB Outstanding Achievement and POVB Delegate of the Year. POVB members will have 15 days to nominate someone for a POVB Life Member Award or POVB…

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We want to hear from you; have you completed the School Administrative Officers Science survey yet?

Recently the PSA sent out a bulletin and survey about your experiences working as a School Administrative Officer (SAO) in science. The PSA has been negotiating with the Department of Education to fix these problems and while we have been able to get some significant improvements in some areas, including an update of the Chemical Safety in Schools resource and additional training, we want to…

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Visitor Service Assistant safety concerns

The PSA is concerned about the safety of Visitor Service Assistants (VSAs) employed in NSW NPWS. The PSA has received reports of an increased in threatening and aggressive behaviour from parks visitors. The PSA strongly supports all VSAs in the safe execution of their duties and is advocating this with NPWS management to ensure strategies and policies are in place to protect you in the…

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School Psychologists Members' Meeting

A School Psychologists Members’ Meeting will be held on Thursday, 2 December 2021 from 3.00pm – 3.45pm. In the meeting we will update you on the delegate elections and on our Award negotiation discussions with the Department. Agenda School Psychologist Delegate Elections Update on Award discussions with the Department Questions It will be via Microsoft Teams, see joining details below: ________________________________________________________ Microsoft Teams meeting Join…

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PSA Rally as Pressure Grows On Government Over Penrith Radio Closure

Further to our last bulletin regarding the short sighted decision to close Penrith ROC and force staff who want to remain employed to relocate to Surry Hills, the PSA has lodged a dispute with the Industrial Relations Commission, which will be heard this Wednesday 24 November 2021.  The dispute has been lodged on the basis of a lack of any meaningful consultation around the “proposal”.…

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