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National Corrections Day POVB award winners

National Corrections Day POVB award winners

Friday 17 January, 2020 is National Corrections Day, a fantastic opportunity for us all to recognise the work we do on a daily basis. The POVB Executive knows the hard work, dedication and the dangers the POVB members face on a day-to-day basis. We are proud of the work our members do and we are proud of the work our delegates do in ensuring collective…

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The PSA has your back

The PSA has your back

As the mop-up begins and the finger-pointing commences, the PSA has received reports of NPWS employees receiving abuse from members of the public with regard to the cause of the bushfires that have engulfed our state over recent months. This is completely unacceptable and undeserved. As your union we know too well the important work you are attempting to undertake, and the challenges your under…

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Additional leave for bushfire-affected workers

Additional leave for bushfire-affected workers

The PSA is here for members in times of need. The bushfires have affected members like yourself in many different ways, whether it be preventing you from getting back to work after your holidays or shutting down your worksite entirely. Due to these impacts, the PSA has negotiated with DPIE management for additional leave for bushfire-affected workers. If you could not attend work as a…

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EPA realignment bulletin

EPA realignment bulletin

The PSA is aware management has sent an email to workers regarding a new operating model for the EPA, including a document titled High level divisional breakdown Jan 2020. The PSA understands members have major concerns over the extremely short consultation period that was laid out in this correspondence and over the lack of details that this document contains about roles, functions and the existence…

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National Corrections Day

National Corrections Day

National Corrections Day gives us the chance to recognise the often difficult work done by the men and women working in the state’s prison system. Working in some of the most challenging work environments employees can face, they protect the community, rehabilitate offenders and conduct themselves in a thoroughly professional manner. The theme this year for National Corrections Day is We Are Family. It is…

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