Only a licensed plumber can hook up a gas stove and only a registered union like the ASU has legal rights to enter a workplace.

Last week an employee of Brimbank City Council attempted to stop ASU organiser Will Wyatt from entering the depot. Will was going to the depot to talk about stage 4 restrictions, a super important thing for every worker in Melbourne right now.

Because Will works for a registered union and holds a right of entry permit, the council soon apologised and backed down. If Will had been employed by any other kind of association that is not a registered organisation he would still be standing at the gate.

Only the ASU has the legal right to be by your side in your workplace when things get serious!

Think the ASU need to know something? Contact one of your delegates below
William Andrew, Debra Borysiewicz, Ben Ciantar, Anthony Cimino, Kristi Coburn, June Cozens, Arthur Craig, Almudena Di Gregorio, Ann Forman-Todd, Dhiraj Joti, Elaine Langham, Jason McArthur, John McGawley, Elizabeth Piacquadio, Mark Redmond, Zia Rehman, Matthew Roche, Linda Stafford, Phillip Surplice, Jim Vickers, Ben Weber, Tracie Yin, June Cozens

With lockdowns moving to stage 4 in Metro Melbourne, the ASU has been distributing the most up to date information for members across the state.

With 2020 providing some of the most difficult challenges we have faced and will continue to face, now has never been a more important time to be a member of the ASU.

Talk to non-members about joining the ASU today.

The ASU recruitment competition is underway until September, $500 is up for grabs for the member who recruits the most new people.

For further information please contact:
ASU Organiser Brendan Parkinson |

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