The CFMEU construction division is today announcing its proposal for an impairment policy in the industry. The policy – which for the first time includes a proposal for drug and alcohol testing - focuses on safety in the workplace.
CFMEU National Construction Secretary Dave Noonan said the union was consulting with the membership about the policy and stressed that testing was just one component of their proposal. “
Statement from the CFMEU National Secretary, Michael O’Connor, in response to allegations made under Parliamentary privilege
The CFMEU has called on Fair Work Building and Construction (FWBC) Director Nigel Hadgkiss to go to the police with allegations that female FWBC staff were threatened with rape.
These allegations were first raised by Mr Hadgkiss in a Senate Estimates Committee hearing three weeks ago, and were repeated by Senator Abetz in Federal Parliament yesterday (Senate Question Time).
Mavis Robertson AM - who sadly passed away at the age of 84 on 17 February - touched the lives of many in the community, especially the superannuation industry.
The family of Mavis would like to invite anyone who knew Mavis to join them in a memorial to celebrate her rich and varied life. Memorials will be held in both Sydney and Melbourne.
Sunday 15 March, 2015, 3PM
Maurice Rioli Room,
ME Bank Centre,
Richmond Football Club
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