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The ASU is committed to providing education that ensures our union delegates, activists and members have the skills, knowledge and confidence to act effectively in their workplaces across all industries.

We are also a WorkSafe approved Health and Safety Representative (HSR) training provider. HSR training is essential to ensure safe and healthy work environments. We welcome all elected HSR’s, members and non-members, to benefit from our vast knowledge and experience of Victorian and Tasmanian workplaces.

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3 days ago
ASUVicTas

It’s the end of the financial year and there are lots of things to get excited for!

The minimum wage will increase by 5.2% and employers will be required to make superannuation contributions regardless of how much an employee earns, and of course your union dues remain fully tax deductible!

ASU members who pay by direct debit will receive your tax statements by the end of next week, if you pay through payroll deduction your membership fee deduction will appear on your group certificate.

Join the ASU today: www.asu.asn.au/asujoin
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It’s the end of the financial year and there are lots of things to get excited for! 
The minimum wage will increase by 5.2% and employers will be required to make superannuation contributions regardless of how much an employee earns, and of course your union dues remain fully tax deductible! 
ASU members who pay by direct debit will receive your tax statements by the end of next week, if you pay through payroll deduction your membership fee deduction will appear on your group certificate.
Join the ASU today: https://www.asu.asn.au/asujoin
4 days ago
ASUVicTas

Rally this Saturday 2nd July- Stand in solidarity with abortion rights protesters!

Union members meet a Trades Hall at 11.30am.

Abortion must be free, safe, legal and on-demand!Stand in solidarity with abortion rights protesters! Defend the right to abortion for any and all women and trans people who want it - abortion must be free, safe, legal, and on demand! Union members meet at Trades Hall 11.30am, Saturday 2 July.
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Rally this Saturday 2nd July- Stand in solidarity with abortion rights protesters!
Union members meet a Trades Hall at 11.30am.
Abortion must be free, safe, legal and on-demand!
4 days ago
ASUVicTas

Wins for ASU members at CFA!

ASU members and delegates at the CFA demonstrate the vital role of workplace activism in making workplaces safer for all workers.
They have bravely pushed for an investigation into workplace culture after the legal suppression of a previous report. And ASU members lobbied hard for District Mechanical Officers to have presumptive rights because of the exposure to toxic environments and chemicals that are part of their work.

They recently took the same activism to the barraging table when negotiating a new PTA Enterprise Agreement. As a result, they were able to remove unfair restrictions on the type of work they could do during emergencies.
In the face of strong opposition, including a legal challenge in the Federal Court, this significant change only happened because of the relentless work of ASU delegates and members.
Because the ASU’s negotiating team’s efforts were supported by CFA workers, the victory in the ballot for the new PTA Enterprise Agreement was overwhelming.

This is another excellent example of workplace leadership from ASU delegates and steely resolve from active ASU members. Huge congratulations to everyone involved.
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Wins for ASU members at CFA!
ASU members and delegates at the CFA demonstrate the vital role of workplace activism in making workplaces safer for all workers.
They have bravely pushed for an investigation into workplace culture after the legal suppression of a previous report. And ASU members lobbied hard for District Mechanical Officers to have presumptive rights because of the exposure to toxic environments and chemicals that are part of their work.
They recently took the same activism to the barraging table when negotiating a new PTA Enterprise Agreement. As a result, they were able to remove unfair restrictions on the type of work they could do during emergencies.
In the face of strong opposition, including a legal challenge in the Federal Court, this significant change only happened because of the relentless work of ASU delegates and members.
Because the ASU’s negotiating team’s efforts were supported by CFA workers, the victory in the ballot for the new PTA Enterprise Agreement was overwhelming.
This is another excellent example of workplace leadership from ASU delegates and steely resolve from active ASU members. Huge congratulations to everyone involved.