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Posted 29 Jun '17

APA (NSW) Member Update – Lockers

APA (NSW) Member Update


Friday 30 June 2017

Dear Member,

APA (NSW) delegates have reported that there are currently paramedics that do not have access to lockers. This includes stations where new staff have been allocated for whom NSW Ambulance (NSWA) has failed to arrange lockers.  

We would like to remind members that the Operational Ambulance Officers (State) Award requires NSWA to provide lockers for the use of each paramedic.

If you currently do not have access to a locker, please firstly speak to your Station Officer and DOM. Should you have any difficulties, please contact your local APA (NSW) delegate or the APA (NSW) office. 
APA (NSW) Executive

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