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Posted 16 May '17

APA (NSW) Member Update – Transfer Policy

APA (NSW) Member Update

Transfer Policy 

Wednesday 17 May 2017

Dear Member,

APA (NSW) delegates have been working to develop a transfer policy that is fair and acceptable to our members. We have previously circulated the transfer policy discussion paper to members. This document is not finalised, and in APA (NSW)’s point of view, there is still much work to be done.

APA (NSW) is currently meeting with NSWA. Given the importance of any new policy and the impact it will have on paramedics, APA (NSW) will continue to work through the issues with diligence. We will keep members updated as the matter progresses. 

Should members have specific concerns that they wish to highlight, please contact APA (NSW) Vice President, Chris Kastelan, via email


APA (NSW) Executive

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