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The Australian Services Union has members in diverse industries: united for a stronger voice for workers.

ASU members work across local government, social and community services, water and statutory authorities like Parks Victoria and VicRoads, energy, transport, shipping, travel, info tech and, in Tasmania, airlines and clerical/administration.

We are a union for members that deliver services Australia depends on every day.

The ASU protects, promotes and improves the working conditions and entitlements of our members.

We help you and your co-workers deal with issues as they arise at your workplace – either individually or as a group – and campaign to improve the conditions for workers.  We provide workplace information, services and individual support to members.

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1 week ago

ASUVicTas

The ASUVicTas Branch congratulates Lloyd Williams on becoming HSU national secretary. Lloyd served as the fearless state secretary of Health and Community Services Union (HACSU) for many years and served his members for over 30 years in the state branch.

We would also like to congratulate Paul Healey on becoming state secretary and Kate Marshall for becoming assistant state secretary. The ASU looks forward to continuing to work with you and your team to further the cause of workers across Victoria.

Photo: Lloyd Williams receives the red flag that hung over Victorian Trades Hall as a gift upon stepping down as HACSU state secretary and becoming HSU national secretary from VTHC secretary Luke Hilikari.
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The ASUVicTas Branch congratulates Lloyd Williams on becoming HSU national secretary.  Lloyd served as the fearless state secretary of Health and Community Services Union (HACSU) for many years and served his members for over 30 years in the state branch. 
We would also like to congratulate Paul Healey on becoming state secretary and Kate Marshall for becoming assistant state secretary.  The ASU looks forward to continuing to work with you and your team to further the cause of workers across Victoria.
Photo:  Lloyd Williams receives the red flag that hung over Victorian Trades Hall as a gift upon stepping down as HACSU state secretary and becoming HSU national secretary from VTHC secretary Luke Hilikari.