The PSA has received feedback from members about increases in unsustainable workloads across Community Corrections. Your union is concerned that some members have been allocated as much as 160 hours’ work per month. This is well above a safe level of work allocation and puts PSA members’ health and safety at risk.
Community Corrections has a legislative obligation under the Work, Health Safety Act 2011 to ensure that you have a safe and healthy workplace. This includes having appropriate workload levels.
WHAT HAS YOUR UNION DONE?
As advised in PSA Bulletin of 12 March, your union met with management in February about workload concerns and other issues. See Bulletin HERE.
COMPLETE PSA SURVEY
As part of the ongoing effort to protect you in the workplace and push for fair and safe staffing levels, the PSA would like to hear from members about workloads.
Please take 5-10 minutes to complete our Workload Survey HERE.
The survey will close on Friday, 3 May 2019.
Please encourage all your workmates to fill out the survey. If they are not a PSA member, encourage them to join today.
ORGANISE A PSA VISIT
For any questions, or to organise a visit to your workplace, please contact:
Anne Kennelly A/Industrial Manager, Justice: email@example.com
What can you do?
- Ask a work colleague join the PSA today
- Make the union strong by forwarding this bulletin to your colleagues
- Attend PSA meetings at your worksite
- Get involved become a PSA Delegate
- Not a member? JOIN online!