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UFUSA Covid19 Lockdown
WordBack No.32-2021
Max Adlam

COVID PANDEMIC LOCKDOWN UPDATE

Throughout the pandemic crises in 2020 our union worked closely, even collaboratively with MFS management in the interests of members’ health and safety and that of the broader community.

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UFUSA Firefighters
WordBack No.29-2021
Max Adlam

ATTACK ON INJURED WORKERS IN SA

Return to Work SA (RTWSA) and Minister for Workers Compensation in SA Rob Lucas, have been caught out being in cahoots on a plan to further reduce the entitlements of injured workers.

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UFUSA
WordBack No.28-2021
Max Adlam

ELECTIONS UPDATE

The ballots for the contested positions on the UFUSA State Council closed yesterday, the count has now been conducted and candidates advised of the outcome.

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UFUSA Safety And Resourcing Campaign Rally
WordBack No.27-2021
Max Adlam

SAFETY & RESOURCING CAMPAIGN UPDATE

Further meetings with the employer (the Department of Treasury and Finance and the MFS) are currently being scheduled, with our union proposing the next meeting on the Enterprise Agreement for Friday, 18 June 2021.

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UFUSA Safety And Resourcing Rally
WordBack No.25-2021
Max Adlam

SAFETY & RESOURCING CAMPAIGN UPDATE

The solidarity and commitment of members to our Safety and Resourcing Campaign has faced down all challenges to date and continues to drive slow but positive changes for MFS employees and others in the emergency services sector.

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UFUSA Event
WordBack No.17-2021
Max Adlam

ELECTION

United Firefighters’ Union of Australia (UFUA) South Australian Branch
Eligible members are advised that elections are now due for all office holders in the United Firefighters’ Union of Australia (UFUA) South Australian Branch.

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Mother's Day Classic
WordBack No.14-2021
Max Adlam

MOTHER’S DAY CLASSIC

Our union, the United Fire Fighters Union of South Australia is proud to support the Mother’s Day Classic once again this year; it’s a fun, healthy and inspirational event that brings communities together all across Australia to support and remember those affected by breast cancer.

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UFUSA Event
WordBack No.12-2021
Max Adlam

UFUSA ELECTION NOTICE

Members are advised that arrangements for an election under the Rules of the UFUSA Inc for positions on the UFUSA State Council have been made with the appointment of a Returning Officer, Mr Trevor Smith by the meeting of State Council held on 11 March 2021.

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UFUSA Resourcing Campaign
WordBack No.10-2021
Max Adlam

SAFETY AND RESOURCING

An update on actions determined by State Council this week in relation to our Safety and Resourcing Campaign. With the Marshall government attacking first us and then the ambos union on the floor of Parliament, the cracks are beginning to show.

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UFUSA News
News
Max Adlam

SAVE SA SERVICES

Save SA Services is a group made up of unions, workers and ordinary South Australians who are sick and tired of seeing jobs and profits sent interstate and overseas by governments more concerned with ideology than doing what’s right for South Australia.

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UFUSA Resourcing Campaign MFS
WordBack No.09-2021
Max Adlam

SAFETY & RESOURCING CAMPAIGN REPORT

There appears to be no limit to the “smoke and mirrors” the Marshall government is prepared to deploy to avoid facing up to the critical resourcing needs in the fire and rescue services in SA.

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UFUSA Resourcing Campaign Penny Wong
WordBack No.07-2021
Max Adlam

SAFETY & RESOURCING CAMPAIGN REPORT

Our safety and resourcing campaign is continuing to receive a lot of attention and support and we were pleased to host Senator Penny Wong at the union office on 11 February 2021.

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Adelaide Hills Bushfire
WordBack No.04-2021
Max Adlam

UFUSA RESOURCING CAMPAIGN UPDATE

As reported in Wordback No 3 of 2021, a meeting was held with the employer (DCO Fletcher, ACFO Button, and Ms Somerville, of the MFS together with Mr Johnson and Ms Porter of the IRAP Branch of the Department of Treasury and Finance) last Friday, 22 January 2021, to attempt to continue to pursue enterprise bargaining negotiations.

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