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APA (NSW) Member Update – D&D Vote Reminder – Final Days

APA (NSW) Member Update

D&D Vote Reminder – Final Days

Wednesday 19 April 2017

Dear Member,

The NSWA have extended the closure of the vote by two days. The vote to determine new D&D scheme will now close at midnight on 21 April 2017. Members need to ensure that you vote by this time should you wish to have a say. We encourage you to read the Member Information Pack issued by APA (NSW)  and clarify any questions you may have prior to voting. 

Please make sure that you also speak to your colleagues to ensure they do the same. The outcome of the vote will have an impact on all of us, it is there for important to ensure that we all make an informed choice. 

You can vote now by clicking on the following link and entering your staff log on details:

https://sharepoint.ambulance.nsw.gov.au/sites/Operational/survey/Lists/ParamedicInsurance/overview.aspx

Regards,

APA (NSW) Executive

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A printable copy of this update may be found here. 

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