Tasmania Branch

MUA Tasmania Branch

The Tasmanian Branch of The Maritime Union of Australia centres on the key transport providers linking the island with the mainland. These are the Spirit of Tasmania ferry service, Searoad and Toll Shipping.

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Published: 23 Mar 2020

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During this current COVID-19 health crisis we have brought together the following information for members.
What is Coronavirus
Workplace Health and Safety Obligations
The Maritime Union of Australia has made the following demands on governments and employers during this global health crisis.



Published: 10 Nov 2022

 



Published: 20 Oct 2022

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PADDY CRUMLIN
NATIONAL SECRETARY, MARITIME UNION OF AUSTRALIA
PRESIDENT, INTERNATIONAL TRANSPORT WORKERS FEDERATION
 
MEDIA RELEASE
 
21 OCTOBER 2022
 
Strategic Fleet Taskforce announced by Albanese Government
 
 


Published: 15 Oct 2022

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PADDY CRUMLIN
NATIONAL SECRETARY, MARITIME UNION OF AUSTRALIA
PRESIDENT, INTERNATIONAL TRANSPORT WORKERS FEDERATION

MEDIA RELEASE

MUA’S 150th ANNIVERSARY MARKED BY ALONGSIDE PRIME MINISTER AND INTERNATIONAL UNION DELEGATIONS

 



Published: 15 Sep 2022

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Paddy Crumlin
National Secretary
Maritime Union of Australia
 
Statement on maritime employers' comments about Australian port productivity
 
15 September 2022
 


Published: 9 Sep 2022

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Paddy Crumlin
National Secretary
Maritime Union of Australia
 
Statement in Response to Productivity Commission’s Draft Report into Maritime Logistics
 
9 September 2022
 
 
 


Published: 4 Aug 2022

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The MUA has always worked on the basis that Peace is Union Business. Hiroshima Day is one of those major national peace action days.

 

Here are the locations and details for the peace rally near you. 

 

Commemorating Hiroshima and Nagasaki - National Peace Rallies 5 – 6 August

 

Adelaide - South Australia

Friday 5 August

12.30 pm

Beehive Cnr (Rundle Mall & King Williams st)



Published: 21 Jul 2022

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Resolution: Svitzer Towage

 

Background:

Various militant employers are seeking s225 terminations of their Enterprise Agreements as either a bargaining tool or because bargaining has failed to deliver their desired outcomes. This includes transport companies such as Qantas, manufacturers such as Tuftmaster and logistics companies such as Patrick Terminals.

 



Published: 12 May 2022

VALE WALLY PRITCHARD
1946 - 2022



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