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ADHC - People DO NOT Matter Survey closes Sunday

ADHC - People DO NOT Matter Survey closes Sunday

ADHC - Reminder - People DO NOT matter survey - 20 July 2017 (PDF version) Feedback from PSA members needed All members are encouraged to take this short survey to let us know how you feel. As Ageing Disability and Home Care continues to be systematically dismantled, the PSA has received feedback from members and delegates on low morale amongst disability workers. The 2017 People…

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NPWS proposed restructure

NPWS proposed restructure

NPWS proposed restructure - July 2017 (PDF version) The PSA has significant concerns with the OEH proposal for Future NPWS released on Tuesday 18 July 2017. The PSA supports, in principle, the return of specialist roles to Park Operations. However, the structure proposal released this morning appears to move towards lowering the grading of several classifications across NPWS. The PSA believes this undervalues the skills…

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NSW Rural Fire Service Departmental Committee

NSW Rural Fire Service Departmental Committee

NSW Rural Fire Service Departmental Committee - July 2017 (PDF version) As you will have noticed, there have been a number of recent bulletins released from the PSA over the last month relating to a number of issues. The DC has adopted the bulletin process as the main way for communicating with members for a number of reasons, such as, consistency in communication style, a…

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National Park cuts let loose wild dogs and bushfires

National Park cuts let loose wild dogs and bushfires

PSA Media release Large areas of the state will be left exposed to bushfires and uncontrolled wild dogs in the wake of a restructure of National Park operations by the Office of Environment & Heritage, the Public Service Association (PSA) says. The restructure in the lead up to the bushfire season, when experienced planning should be in full swing, will also impact on the safety…

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Wagga ‘juvy’ staff assaulted 27 times in 17 months - The Daily Advertiser

Wagga ‘juvy’ staff assaulted 27 times in 17 months - The Daily Advertiser

"The assault rate on our members has absolutely gone through the roof." The PSA's Stewart Little and Julie Bond talk to the Wagga Daily Advertiser about the violence our members in Juvenile Justice face at work. Read the full The Daily Advertiser article HERE.

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