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Trustee and Guardian workload survey

Trustee and Guardian workload survey

Members have advised the PSA that workload pressures are at an all-time high across NSW Trustee and Guardian. In order to understand the workload issues members face in more detail, the PSA has compiled a survey which you can access HERE.   The data will provide the PSA evidence towards seeking improvements to how workload is currently dealt with by management. Please be aware that…

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Update: PSA Salaries Application for 2021

Update: PSA Salaries Application for 2021

Last week we updated you on the PSA’s Salaries Application for 2021. Our claim is for 2.5 per cent (2.04 per cent in salary and salary-related allowances plus the legislated 0.5 per cent superannuation increase). The Government has made an offer of 1.5 per cent (1.04 per cent in the way of an increase to salaries, plus the legislated 0.5 per cent superannuation increase).  …

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Environment Protection Authority: After Hours Incident Service

Environment Protection Authority: After Hours Incident Service

At a Joint Consultative Committee meeting held 24 March 2021, the PSA was advised it would receive a draft After Hours Incident Service Procedure Guide (AHIS PG) document prior to release to staff. However, this did not occur. Instead, on Friday 23 April the Environment Protection Authority (EPA) convened a meeting with staff and provided them with a draft copy of proposed changes to the…

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Rural Fire Service Award update: Hours of work

Rural Fire Service Award update: Hours of work

This bulletin is one of a number we are sending over the coming days to explain aspects of the principle document recently put to you by the Rural Fire Service (RFS). This particular bulletin covers Hours of Work. Others will follow addressing the other key aspects of discussions. Please be aware we are taking on board all views expressed by members. This entire process is…

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PSA commences consultation on proposed change of model for custody-based sex and violent offender programs

PSA commences consultation on proposed change of model for custody-based sex and violent offender programs

At a meeting on 14 April 2021, your delegates along with PSA industrial staff, were provided with a briefing of a proposed change of model for facilitation of custody-based sex and violent offender programs. This would see co-facilitation of ITP programs by Senior SAPOs and Psychologists instead of just Psychologists. The briefing followed an email that was sent to all staff on 22 March 2021…

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