Categories for -Victoria

Don’t Risk Safety

June 28, 2022 2:15 pm Published by

CAMEC, a manufacturing facility in Dandenong South, caught fire this morning, stopping work on the manufacturing floor of the factory. Workers were sent to the neighbouring onsite warehouse to await further instruction.

Another fatality, no more excuses!

June 23, 2022 12:16 pm Published by

The death of a traffic controller in Victoria’s North East yesterday has sparked outrage, Ben Davis, AWU Victorian Branch Secretary said this was the third death of a traffic controller on the state’s roads in just 2½ years.

Anzac Day holds special meaning for AWU Member Rob Macbeth

April 24, 2022 3:41 pm Published by

Magnetite iron ore concentrate production will be ramped up at South Australia’s Whyalla steelworks in a project GFG says will place the city “at the heart of a new industrial revolution’’ based around the use of renewable energy and hydrogen to produce steel.

Welcome to the AWU Victoria

March 25, 2022 3:00 pm Published by

Welcome to the Australian Workers’ Union Thank you for your application to join the Victorian Branch of the Australian Workers’... View Article

West Gate TBM kicks off after two-year delay

March 24, 2022 9:23 am Published by

The AWU has been part of the project since it was first launched, and helped members navigate a million-dollar underpayments case, soil contamination, three years of negotiations, and legal battles, before the TBM began operating a week after Australia Day.

West Gate TBM kicks off after two-year delay

March 11, 2022 1:09 pm Published by

The AWU has been part of the project since it was first launched, and helped members navigate a million-dollar underpayments case, soil contamination, three years of negotiations, and legal battles, before the TBM began operating a week after Australia Day.

Aussie Energy for Aussie Industry

February 17, 2022 1:43 pm Published by

We need to make sure that energy wealth Australia is capable of producing goes toward supporting our aluminium industry.