2021 UFUSA ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING TOMORROW

UFUSA AGM


The UFUSA and UFUA SA Branch Annual General Meetings are scheduled for tomorrow Thursday, 9 December 2021 commencing at 10:00 hours at the union office.

As previously advised, a full report on the UFUSA Enterprise Agreement Safety & Resourcing Campaign will be provided, including progress made and the challenges remaining, together with discussion of the strategies involved in the reescalation of our campaign to address fair wages and conditions for MFS firefighters and importantly, to gain the identified necessary resourcing for now into the future.

Other topical matters will include the various current disputes with MFS and Ventia, what’s going on with Covid, an update on WHS and in particular with the campaign on diesel particulate matter, and the current challenges being experienced for injured firefighters.

Our Auditor Graeme Kent will provide a report on the union accounts for the financial year ending 30 June 2021 so you can see how your funds are being expended and have the opportunity to raise questions; please find the relevant audited accounts on our website here.

Please do come along and take the opportunity to catch up and to chat to your elected union representatives as most State Councillors and Shop Stewards will be present.

What: AGM with full EA report followed by a delicious Christmas Lunch in great company

When: Thursday, 9 December 2021 at 10:00 hours; lunch at 12:30 hours

Where: UFUSA Office, 148 South Road Torrensville

If you would like to join us, an RSVP is very important for attendance not just for catering but
also for the necessary Covid safe arrangements to be in place – please email
info@ufusa.com.au or call Gail on 8352 7211 to advise of any special dietary needs.

We look forward to you joining us at your union office.

In solidarity,

2021 UFUSA ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING TOMORROW

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