As advised in our BULLETIN circulated last week, there was to be a meeting on Friday, 2 October 2020 at Frank Baxter regarding the concerns raised in relation to the ESU.
This meeting has been rescheduled to Wednesday, 14 October 2020 to allow the PSA further time to review the additional information members have raised.
Members are reminded that under the Work Health and Safety Act, Section 19 Primary duty of care that the Person Conducting a Business or Undertaking (PCBU, which is the Department of Justice, Youth Justice) has the ultimate responsibility to ensure the health and safety of all workers whilst at work and that workers under Section 28 Duties of workers are also responsible for their own and others’ health and safety whilst at work and must report all WHS through the correct reporting systems.
If members have WHS concerns they must report them to management and should also include their PSA Delegates or PSA Industrial staff.
Your local Delegates
PSA industrial staff
Your union is only as strong as its members: the more members we have, the stronger we are. Your union is not only your voice in the work place, the PSA also handles individual issues for members.
What can you do?
- Give a copy of this bulletin to your colleagues.
- Print this bulletin and put it up on your notice board.
- Ask a colleague to join the PSA.
- Get involved as your Workplace Contact
Not a member? Join today at www.psa.asn.au/join
United we Bargain, Divided we Beg!