Every ASU member matters, whether they work in our capital cities or in the regions of Victoria or Tasmania.

Over the last month, ASU delegates and activists in regional Victoria have come together at conferences across the state.

The conferences were a chance for members of the union to share their experiences and successes. At conferences in Wodonga, Shepparton, Morwell, Bendigo, Ballarat, Warrnambool, Geelong, and Horsham, ASU officials heard from the most important people in our union –  its members, activists, and workplace leaders.

The message from members at these conferences was clear, the union is on the right track with our focus on workplace safety, improving employment conditions, and tackling the big industry-wide issues that affect members every day.

And in Tasmania, the Union has held election forums, including in the north and northwest.

These forums were a chance for ASU members to hear from the candidates. But more importantly, the forums gave members of the union a chance to ask questions and let the candidates know about their priorities.

The thing that ties all these events together is that ASU members were at their centre.

Whether it’s candidate forums or ASU regional conferences, members of the union are our priority.

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