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Posted 9 Aug '17

APA (NSW) Member Update – IRC Review of Metro Changes

APA (NSW) Member Update

IRC Review of Metro Changes

Thursday 10 August 2017

Dear Member,

Last week APA (NSW) attended a review of the changes to metro rosters which were disputed by us at the IRC earlier this year. The Commissioner spent considerable time hearing our outstanding concerns and walked through the Bankstown Superstation to get an understanding of some of the changes. 

APA (NSW) raised the following matters:

Although views differed between NSW Ambulance and APA (NSW) on most of the matters, the Commissioner expressed a willingness to continue to assist. APA (NSW) will be attending the IRC later in August to continue these discussions. In particular, APA (NSW) has asked NSW Ambulance what steps they will be taking to ensure that paramedics receive breaks as the current rosters have had no positive impact.

Regards,

APA (NSW) Executive

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