Health & Safety Representative Training

This course covers the OHS Act 2004 and the legislative framework,the powers of health & safety representatives, hazard identification and control, consultation, issue resolution and more.

The ASU is a WorkSafe approved HSR provider.

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24 hours ago

ASUVicTas

Sophia works with young people in the corrections and youth justice systems at Jesuit Social Services.

Sophia's message is pretty simple, "as an ASU member for the past 14 years I am proud to be union and proud to wear the mask. Stay safe!"

If you work in social and community services like Sophia, we've got sector-specific Covid-19 information here www.asuvictas.com.au/covid-19/community-sector/

And if you aren't yet a member of the Australian Services Union, you can join here www.asu.asn.au/asujoin
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Sophia works with young people in the corrections and youth justice systems at Jesuit Social Services.
Sophias message is pretty simple, as an ASU member for the past 14 years I am proud to be union and proud to wear the mask. Stay safe!
If you work in social and community services like Sophia, weve got sector-specific Covid-19 information here www.asuvictas.com.au/covid-19/community-sector/
And if you arent yet a member of the Australian Services Union, you can join here https://www.asu.asn.au/asujoin

Comment on Facebook Sophia works with ...

I love one these mask

Thank you Sophia 👏👏👏

Thanks Sophia

2 days ago

ASUVicTas

Unbelievably, City of Casey has stood-down more School Crossing Supervisors than there are people in this photo.

250 of the lowest-paid workers at Council, stood-down without pay

And the worst part? The Victorian Government gives Casey money for these worker's wages, and that money hasn't been cut.

So Casey is profiting at the expense of 250 of its lowest-paid employees
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Unbelievably, City of Casey has stood-down more School Crossing Supervisors than there are people in this photo.
250 of the lowest-paid workers at Council, stood-down without pay
And the worst part? The Victorian Government gives Casey money for these workers wages, and that money hasnt been cut.
So Casey is profiting at the expense of 250 of its lowest-paid employees

Comment on Facebook Unbelievably, City ...

Point is it’s not an ‘industry’ it’s a council service in which the wages have already been budgeted for. Jobseeker or council wages it’s all taxpayers money in the end ! What will the City of Casey spend those staffs budgeted wages on now ? We as taxpayers and ratepayers have a right to know !

Sack the council , the crossing supervisors are there to keep our children safe . The council is on the wrong path.

Surprising, I thought they only just finished spending money on a new set of Offices? I would have thought the right thing to do would be to honour their commitments.

Shameful! Are other councils doing this

Do the right thing by your workers Council!

Shameful City of Casey ..

If they are getting funding then they should keep them employed

I always thought they are volunteers?! Aren't they?

Shameful.

Shame!

This SUCKS big time.

Wrong!!!!!

😢

Shame

Disgraceful

Dorothy Underwood

Arse holes

You mean because there is no work and schools are shut atm? Im confused why they would still be working atm? People are being stood down in every industry. Casey is in a hotspot! Or is this seperare to covid??

Disgusting!!!

Scumbags

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