The ASU is an employee organisation (union) registered under the Fair Work (Registered Organisations) Act 2009.

The ASU is governed by this Act and the ASU Rules  which set out the way the ASU is run and is responsible to its members.

On this page you will find the information relating to governance of the Union and public notices that are available.

In accordance with Section 293J of the Fair Work (Registered Organisations) Act 2009, the ASU Vic/Tas Branch is required to disclose information about relevant remuneration and non-cash benefits of office holders and payments made to related parties and declared persons or bodies to ASU Vic/Tas Branch members and the Registered Organisations Commission
Office and Related Party Disclosure Statement for the financial year 2022/2023

The Act and the ASU Rules, particularly Rule 57, require that financial statements, operating reports and other disclosures are made available to members. All disclosures will be included and made available to the membership at the end of the financial year via the Operating Report
ASUVicTas 2023 Financial Statement

For further information on branch policies please contact the Member Contact Centre.

Our policies

Australian Services Union Victorian and Tasmanian Authorities & Services Branch operates in the interests of its membership, to this end the following policies are implemented:

ASU Delegate Charter
Refund Policy
Direct Debit Service Agreement
Privacy Policy
Membership Fee Waiver Policy
Member Complaints Policy
Recognition of Members Policy
Joining in a Dispute Policy
Student Membership Policy 
HSR Complaints Handling Policy


"I joined the union to ensure that we can have good conditions...the ASU stands by your side.”
ASU member 

Climate action

ASU members organising for climate action. From extreme weather to climate disasters, changing work and cost-shifting by employers, workers are already experiencing the impacts of climate change. Psychosocial hazards are any factors at work that inc 1/03/2023