The Fire Services Commissioner has today changed the testing regime of the water quality in the Hazelwood mine as a direct result of the UFU independent analysis.
The UFU is reminding members that we will be marching to the steps of Parliament in a mass membership rally on:
Agreement was reached between the UFU and the CFA regarding the commissioning of the new aerial pumpers (snozzle) for use at Hazelwood incident.
Following UFU members informing the UFU of a series serious safety breaches at the Hazelwood incident the UFU undertook to have its own independent testing of the water being used at Hazelwood in firefighting operations including the H.A.R.A or ash pit area.
This week the UFU provided the CFA with an independent economic analysis which calculates the massive productivity lift required of CFA firefighters over the next three years.
The UFU has been approached by the CFA for high level discussions regarding the possible operation of the Chief Officer's Emergency Roster in relation to the Yallourn-Hazelwood Incident.
Members are advised that the Unions will be holding joint membership meetings at the following times and locations to discuss the vote on the proposed EBA.
The UFU is seeking contact from members who translated from Level 5 under the old classification structure to Level 5 under the new Corporate and Technical Employees Agreement.
250 days out from the Victorian State election the UFU will be holding a rally of its members to launch our campaign sending a strong message against this Napthine Government - Napthine Slashes You Burn.
As members would be aware, the UFU previously disseminated a bulletin that outlined the fact that the UFU received concerns from members regarding their health and safety at the Yallourn-Hazelwood incident/fire.