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ADHC Bulletin July 2014 - PSA Update on Respite Facilities

ADHC Bulletin July 2014 - PSA Update on Respite Facilities

PSA Update on Respite Facilities July 2014 (PDF Version)  PSA members working at the Dapto Respite Centre stopped work in April 2014 over concerns the support service may be closed by the State Government. There were fears that the families and carers of people with a disability would not have ongoing access to local respite services if the NSW Government began shutting centres in a…

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Transition of Registries to Service NSW - PSA survey

Transition of Registries to Service NSW - PSA survey

We sent out a bulletin yesterday about the transition of Registries to Service NSW. We have developed a survey to get your views about filling positions. Please complete THIS SURVEY as soon as possible. We are also asking that members ensure all staff at their Registry are aware of the survey. Please send them THIS LINK or direct them to the Department of Transport section…

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Full to the crim: inmate blow-out in NSW jails with three people per cell - The Daily Telegraph

Full to the crim: inmate blow-out in NSW jails with three people per cell - The Daily Telegraph

Prison Officers are refusing entry to new inmates at the State's overcrowded prisons as part of a campaign to secure the same workers' compensation provisions as police. Read the front page article in The Daily Telegraph HERE

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PSA Work-Bans in RMS

PSA Work-Bans in RMS

PSA Bulletin RMS WorkBans July 2014 (PDF version) PSA members in the Roads and Maritime Services (RMS) have alerted the PSA to the introduction of new Performance Review and Development procedures. The PSA has been seeking for some time to enter into consultation over the new procedures. RMS Management stalled the consultation process by advising the PSA that Transport for NSW was developing transport cluster-wide…

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PSA wins reinstatement and backpay for prison officer

PSA wins reinstatement and backpay for prison officer

The PSA has had a significant victory on behalf of a Port Macquarie Corrective Services Officer who had been dismissed. The Industrial Relations Commission ordered the member be reinstated and paid the wages lost since his dismissal in September 2013. The PSA had attempted to settle the matter with Corrective Services through the conciliation process but were rebuffed by the Department. The matter was then…

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