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  • 1. UNITED CONSTRUCTION SUPPLEMENTARY WORKFORCE BP OIL KWINANA REFINERY ENTERPRISE BARGAINING AGREEMENT 1996, NO. AG 153 OF 1996
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  • 3. 3 1. - TITLE This Agreement shall be known as the United Construction Supplementary Workforce BP Oil Kwinana Refinery Enterprise Bargaining Agreement 1996, No. AG 153 of 1996. 2. - ARRANGEMENT 1. Title 2. Arrangement 3. Application and Scope 4. Incidence and Parties Bound 5. Period of Operation and Review 6. Relationship to Parent Award 7. Aims and Objectives 8. Work Practices and Conditions of Employment 9. Shiftwork 10. Meals, Crib and Rest Breaks 11. Workdress and Personal Protective Equipment 12. Allowances 13. Holidays 14. Casual Employees 15. Changes to the Existing Working Structure 16. Dispute Resolution Procedure 17. Right to Entry 18. Wages 19. No Extra Claims 20. Signatories to Agreement Appendix A Appendix B Appendix C Appendix D 3. - APPLICATION AND SCOPE The Agreement shall only apply to the BP Oil Kwinana Refinery Supplementary Operations of United Construction Pty Ltd with respect to employees employed in the classifications specified in Clause 18. - Wages of this Agreement. It is estimated that the number of employees who will be bound by this agreement upon registration is 29. 4. - INCIDENCE AND PARTIES BOUND 1. This agreement shall apply to and be binding upon:
  • 4. 4 (a) United Construction Pty Ltd in its operations at the BP Oil Kwinana Refinery in regards to the provision of supplementary labour; (b) The Automotive, Food, Metals, Engineering, Printing and Kindred Industries Union of Workers - Western Australian Branch (AMWU) hereafter referred to as “the union”. (c) The employees of United Construction Pty Ltd employed under the classification specified in Clause 18. - Wages of this Agreement. 2. For the purposes of this Agreement, the BP Oil Kwinana Refinery Supplementary Operations of United Construction shall be deemed to be “the enterprise”. 3. Parties to this Agreement are: (a) United Construction Pty Ltd (b) The Union 5. - PERIOD OF OPERATION AND REVIEW 1. The actual date of achievement of Agreement (1 April 1996) by the parties to this Agreement shall be the operative date. 2. The term of this Agreement shall be 12 months from the date of registration. 3. The parties to the Agreement, shall begin the process of reviewing this Agreement three months prior to its expiry. 4. In conducting the review of this Agreement the parties shall assess achievements and gains in productivity and efficiency during its term of operation. 5. Following the expiration of this Agreement the parties may apply to cancel this Agreement and subject to the outcome of the process of review required under this clause make application for a replacement Agreement. 6. - RELATIONSHIP TO PARENT AWARD 1. This Agreement shall be read and interpreted in conjunction with the Metal Trades (General) Award 1966 (No. 13 of 1965) Part 1. 2. Where there is any inconsistency between this Agreement and the document named in subclause 1 hereof, the terms and provisions of this agreement shall prevail to the extent of such inconsistency. 7. - AIMS AND OBJECTIVES
  • 5. 5 1. United Construction aims to provide a quality and committed service to the Metal Trades Industry and to be the preferred contractor to our clients in this industry. The parties to the Agreement recognise that this aim requires a mutual commitment to developing and enacting a process of improved productivity and efficiency within United Construction. 2. To support this aim, the following specific objectives have been agreed: (a) To foster an attitude of consensus and agreement based on consultation and regotiation in the workplace. (b) To establish and enhance the multiskilleld capabilities of the employees with the supplementary workforce. (c) To have a highly motivated, dedicated and loyal workforce. (d) To achieve a zero lost time injury level. (e) To establish and enhance a productive working relationship between the workforce and the management. (f) To foster improvements in the productivity and efficiency at the workplace to the benefit of the Company and its employees. 8. - WORK PRACTICES AND CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT The following strategies have been established in regard to the aims and objectives of this agreement and form the basis of the entitlement to the wage increases specified in Clause 18. - Wages of this agreement. 1. Hours of Work Except as expressly provided in Appendix D to this agreement, the provisions of the Standard Hours (Oil Companies) Award 1974 shall apply. The Ordinary hours of work shall be worked continuously (except for meal breaks) and may be worked between the hours of 06.00 and 18.00 on any day (Monday to Friday). The ordinary hours of work shall average 70 hours per fortnight. 2. Overtime Overtime shall mean hours of work performed, additional to the employee’s ordinary hours and shall be paid for at 1.8 times the ordinary rate. 3. Periods of Overtime All overtime shall be worked and paid in increments of quarter hours.
  • 6. 6 (a) Cancellation of Overtime If notice cancelling a previous instruction to work overtime on a weekday, to work on a holiday or to work during a weekend is given to an employee before the employee leaves the workplace, a penalty pament shall not be payable. (b) If notice cancelling the instruction is sent, or telephoned, to the employee’s registered address before the employee would normally have left to commence work, they shall be paid a minimum of: (i) two hours at the employee’s ordinary time rate in the case of weekday overtime work cancellation; and (ii) four hours at the employee’s ordinary time rate in the case of weekend work, or holiday work, cancellation. Any additional penalty shall not be payable if the employee is not at the employee’s registered address when notice of cancellation is delivered, or telephoned, and the employee subsequently reports for work. (c) If notice of cancellation provided in paragraph (b) hereof is not delivered, or telephoned, to the employee’s registered address at least one hour before the employee would normally leave to commence work and the employee would normally be expected to have a meal at the workplace during the period of overtime now cancelled, the worker shall be entitled to a meal allowance. 9. - SHIFTWORK 1. Short term shift employees shall be paid at the averaged shift work rate of 1.75. 2. Transferring from Day Work to Shift Work Employees shall be given at least 48 hours notice when being transferred to shift work. If 48 hours notice is not given, and the employee transfers to shift work, the overtime rate shall apply until the 48 hours notice would have occurred. The period 48 hours referred to herein may be varied in accordance with existing custom and practice of the Refinery workforce. 3. Transfer from Shift Work to Day Work Employees shall be given at least 48 hours notice when being transferred to day work. If 48 hours notice is not given, and the employee transfers to day work, the overtime rate shall apply until 48 hous notice would have occurred.
  • 7. 7 10. - MEALS, CRIB AND REST BREAKS 1. Meal Breaks Day employees shall be entitled to a 30 minute lunch break. The time of such break shall be fixed by mutual agreement. An employee shall not be required to work for more than five hours without a break for a meal. Employees shall be paid overtime for work done during meal breaks, and thereafter, until a meal break is allowed. 2. Crib Breaks An employee, working overtime, shall be allowed a crib break of 20 minutes, without deducation of pay, after each four fours of overtime worked if the employee continues to work after such crib break. Where the period of overtime is more than one and a half hours, an employee before starting overtime after working ordinary hours, shall be allowed a crib break of 20 minutes which shall be paid for at the employee’s ordinary time rate. The contractor and employee may agree to a variation of this provision to meet the circumstances of the work in hand or to conform with existing Refinery practice. Such agreement shall not be unreasonably withheld by either party. The contractor shall not be required to make any payment in respect of any time allowed in excess of 20 minutes. 3. Saturday, Sunday and Holiday An employee required to work on a Saturday, Sunday or a holiday shall be allowed a crib break of 20 minutes, without deduction of pay, after each four hours worked if the employee continues work after such a crib break. The first prescribed crib break shall, if occurring between 10.00 am and 1.00 pm be paid at the employee’s ordinary time rate. The contractor and employee may agree to a variation of this provision to meet the circumstances of the work in hand or to conform with Refinery practice. The contractor shall not be required to make payment in respect of any time allowed in excess of 20 minutes. 4. Rest Breaks Subject to their observance of the Refinery’s safety regulations, employees shall be allowed a rest break of not more than ten minutes. (a) Shift Employees
  • 8. 8 Rest breaks for shift employees shall be per the arrangements for day employees on a Saturday or Sunday. (b) Meal Allowanes An employee required to work outside normal hours shall be paid a meal allowance of $7.40 when the employee becomes entitled to a crib break, as prescribed elsewhere in this Agreement. (c) Rest Period Before or After Overtime (i) An employee shall have at least one rest period of at least 10 consecutive hours between completion of work and work of the successive day. (ii) Where an employee works so much overtime between ordinary hours of work of successive days, and has not had such rest period, the employee will be released after completion of hours of work until the expiration of 10 consecutive hours, without loss of ordinary pay. Where such rest period expires within two hours of the employee’s normal ceasing time, the employee will not be required to work ordinary hours on that day. (iii) Until an employee has been allowed such rest period, payment for time worked will be at the overtime rate until the rest period is granted. (iv) An employee, other than a casual employee, who works on a Sunday or a holiday (except for crib breaks) and immediately thereafter continues such work shall, on being released from duty, be entitled to be absent until the employee has had ten consecutive hours off duty, without deduction of pay for ordinary time off duty occurring during such absence. (d) Shift Employees Crib breaks for Shift employees shall be per the arrangements for day workers on a Saturday or Sunday. 11. - WORKDRESS AND PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT (1) Such clothing, footwear and equipment as provided by the contractor shall be worn by the employee in the manner required by the Refinery. The wearing of safety spectacles is a requirement for all employees on site. The contractor shall provide for hardened prescription glasses of the appropriate standard for employees who require them to carry out their duties on site. (2) Specific additional personal protective equipment which may be provided by the Refinery for the performance of specific tasks shall be worn in accordance with the Refinery Safety Regulations.
  • 9. 9 (3) Non-compliance with directions to wear safety and PPE may be grounds for exclusion from the Refinery site. 12. - ALLOWANCES (1) HF Alky Allowance An allowance shall be paid to workers required, as part of the safety requirements of work being performed in the HF Alkylation Plant to wear B, C or D class clothing as described in the Refinery Safety Regulations of $15.00 per work day or part thereof. (2) Allowance Indexation Payments indicated in the subclause above shall be indexed on an annual basis in accordance with national wage case decisions. 13. - HOLIDAYS (1) The holidays to be observed and granted by a contractor to its employees (other than casual employees) without deduction of ordinary rates of pay shall be those holidays prescribed in subclause (7) hereof. (2) Providing a holiday is proclaimed for a State or National occasion by State Parliament or the commonwealth Parliament, and that day applies to the whole State or to the Commonwealth, that day shall be observed as a holiday, even though the holiday may be observed on different days in different localities in any State or States. An employee shall not be entitled to the benefit of more than one holiday as a consequence of such proclamation. (3) In addition to payment for the holiday as prescribed in subclause (1) hereof, all time worked by an employee on a holiday, payment shall be at the overtime rate. (4) No payment will be made for a holiday to an employee who does not report for work on the working day before or after the holiday, without reasonable cause or without the consent of the Contractor. (5) When Christmas Day, 25 December, falls on a Saturday or a Sunday, and a substituted day is gazetted in a State, the day to be observed as the holiday in that State shall be the substituted day. (6) The provisions of subclause 8 (3) (a) of this Agreement shall apply to cancellation of work on a holiday and the relevant provisions of that clause shall be those in respect of cancellation of overtime. (7) Public Holiday Schedule
  • 10. 10 New Years Day Australia Day Good Friday Easter Monday Easter Tuesday Anzac Day Queens Birthday Labour Day Christmas Day Boxing Day Foundation Day NB: Perth Show Day - not a holiday. 14. - CASUAL EMPLOYEES Casual Employment - Unit Turnarounds/Overhauls A casual employee is an employee whose engagement by his/her employer will not exceed a continuous period of six (6) weeks, and whose engagement may be terminated at any time. 15. - CHANGES TO THE EXISTING WORKING STRUCTURE All parties to this Agreement are committed to the continued and meaningful discussions in addressing alternative work arrangements, recognising United Construction management and administration needs may be required with BP’s changing environment. This is critical for United Construction to provide supplementary labour to BP. 16. - DISPUTE RESOLUTION PROCEDURE (1) Where a question, dispute or difficulty arises, the matter shall be initially discussed and resolved between the employee, and if so desired, his/her Union delegate, and the employee’s immediate Supervisor. (2) If the question, dispute or difficulty remains unresolved after the process described in subclause (1) hereof has been followed, the Union delegate shall discuss and attempt to resolve the dispute with the Project Manager. (3) If still unresolved, the matter shall be referred to a Senior Management Representative and the full-time Union Official. The parties shall within a reasonable time initiate steps to resolve the grievance as soon as possible. (4) While the steps outlined in subclauses (1), (2) and (3) hereof are being followed, industrial action shall not be taken.
  • 11. 11 (5) If, after step (3), the grievance is not resolved, either party may refer the matter to the Western Australian Industrial Relations Commission. Provided that with effect from 22 November, 1997 it is required that persons involved in the question, dispute or difficulty shall confer among themselves and make reasonable attempts to resolve questions, disputes or difficulties before taking those matters to the Commission. (6) Either party will give the earliest possible notice to the other of any issue or problem which has the potential of giving rise to a grievance or dispute. All relevant facts will be recorded and clearly identified through these procedures. (7) Bans or limitations will not be placed on the performance of work while the procedures outlined in this clause are being followed and all actions shall be in accordance with safe working practice and consistent with established custom and practices of the BP Oil Kwinana Refinery. 17. - RIGHT TO ENTRY Consistent with the terms of the Labour Relations Legislation Amendment Act 1997 and S.23(3) (c)(iii) of the Industrial Relations Act a representative of the Union shall not exercise the rights under this clause with respect to entering any part of the premises of the employer unless the employer is the employer, or former employer of a member of the Union. Any duly authorised official of a union respondent to this Agreement shall have the right to enter the Refinery subject to compliance with Refinery safety and/or admission requirements, for the purpose of interviewing and conversation with any members of the union on legitimate union business during the lunch break or non-working time. If any duly authorised official behaves in an objectionable manner during any such visit the right to enter of such official may be determined by the Refinery. 18. - WAGES (1) Wages Structure The supplementary employees shall be designated relative to their core stream. The core stream shall be: (a) Non Trade (NT) (b) Qualified (Q) (c) Mechanical Trade (MT) As defined in Appendix ‘A’ (a) Each core stream shall have four (4) levels of skill from base one (1) to advanced four (4).
  • 12. 12 (b) Each core stream level shall correspond to a particular wage rate. Overlapping of wage rates between core stream level results in a total of nine wage rates classified as contractor wage rates one (1) to nine (9). (c) The core stream levels relationship to contractor wage rates are shown in Appendix B. (d) Any progression through the skill levels within each core stream and between core streams will be in accordance with the guidelines in Appendix A.4. (e) Wages indicated are inclusive of all conditions and activities involved in the performance of work covered by this Agreement. The only additional payments to these rates are those indicated in subclauses (10) (4) (c) and 12 (1). (2) Wage Increases In recognition of the efficiency measures outlined within this Agreement, a wage increase of 5% of current base weekly rates is made to all employees covered by this Agreement. This wage increase is reflected in Appendix C, which outlines current wage rates of contractor wage classifications. A once off lump sum payment as has been agreed between the parties is made to all employees who have been employed in the United Construction Supplementary Workforce for a period of 3 months continuous prior to the date of the Agreement. This payment is made in recognition of the clear alignment by the United Construction Supplementary Workforce with United Construction and no longer being a party to the BP Bonus System. 19. - NO EXTRA CLAIMS 1. The parties agree to undertake a commitment that there shall be no extra claims during the life of this Agreement. 2. Parties shall be bound by the terms of this Agreement for its duration. 3. Any application by others to be joined to this Agreement shall be opposed by the parties. 4. The terms of this Agreement will not be used to progress or obtain similar arrangements or benefits in any other enterprise, whether involving United Construction Pty Ltd or not. 5. The terms of this Agreement have resulted from extensive negotiations relating to productivity enhancements that specifically relate to the BP Oil Kwinana Refinery Supplementary Operations of United Construction Pty Ltd and thus cannot be used as a precedent elsewhere.
  • 13. 13 20. - SIGNATORIES TO AGREEMENT Signed for and on behalf of United Construction Pty Ltd (signed) GENERAL MANAGER 24 May 1996 Company Representative Title Date Signed for and on behalf of the employees at the United Construction BP Oil Kwinana Refinery Supplementary Operations (signed) SHOP STEWARD 27 May 1996 Employee Representative Title Date (Signature) Signed for and on behalf of the Automotive, Food, Metals, Engineering, Printing and Kindred Industries Union of Workers - Western Australian Branch
  • 14. 14 (signed) STATE SECRETARY 27 May 1996 Union Representative Title Date (Signature)
  • 15. 15 APPENDIX A Supplementary Maintenance Workforce A.1 Core Stream Level Definitions and Classifications - Non Trades Employees shall be classified as follows with the appropriate contractor rate. 1.1 NT - 1 Non - Trades Level 1 - Contractor Rate 1 An employee with no formal qualifications, and who has completed the Refinery Safety and Personal Induction procedure, plus has completed or satisfies the requirements of modules NBB 01, RBB 01 and the equivalent of 55 hours from other Broad Base Modules listed in Appendix E, resulting in a total of 125 hours accreditation. 1.2 NT - 2 Non - Trades Level 2 - Contractor Rate 2 An employee who fulfils the requirements of NT - 1 above plus has completed or satisfies the requirements of modules NBB 02, RBB 02 and the equivalent of another 195 hours from other Broad Base or Mechanical Stream Modules listed in Appendix E resulting in a total of 360 hours accreditation. 1.3 NT - 3 Non - Trades Level 3 - Contractor Rate 3 An employee who fulfils the requirements of NT - 2 above plus has completed or satisfies the requirements of another 265 hours from other Broad Base or Mechanical Stream Modules listed in Appendix E resulting in a total of 626 hours accreditation. 1.4 NT - 4 Non - Trades Level 4 - Contractor Rate 4 An employee who fulfils the requirements of NT - 3 above plus has completed or satisfies the requirements of another 325 hours from other Broad Base or Mechanical Stream Modules in Appendix E, resulting in a total of 950 hours accreditation. A.2 Core Stream Level Definitions and Classifications - Qualified 2.1 Q-1 Qualified Level 1 - Contractor Rate 2 An employee who holds either a Rigger/Scaffolders Licence or a Crane Drivers Licence plus completed or satisfies the requirements of Modules NBB 01, RBB 01 and 55 hours from other Broad Base Modules listed in Appendix E, resulting in a total of 125 hours accreditation in addition to his/her qualifications. 2.2 Q-2 Qualified Level 2 - Contractor Rate 4
  • 16. 16 An employee who fulfils the requirements of Q - 1 above plus has completed or satisfies the requirements of modules NBB 02, RBB 02 and 335 hours from other Broad Base or Mechanical Stream Modules listed in Appendix E, resulting in a total of 500 hours accreditation in addition to his/her first qualification.
  • 17. 17 2.3 Q-3 Qualified Level 3 - Contractor Rate 5 An employee who fulfils the requirements of Q - 2 above plus has completed or satisfies the requirements of another 400 hours from other Broad Base or Mechanical Stream Modules listed in Appendix E, resulting in a total of 900 hours accreditation in addition to his/her first qualification. 2.4 Q-4 Qualified Level 4 - Contractor Rate 5 An employee who fulfils the requirements of Q - 3 above plus has completed or satisfies the requirements of another 350 hours from other Broad Base or Mechanical Stream Modules listed in Appendix E, resulting in a total of 1250 hours accreditation in addition to his/her first qualification. A.3 Core Stream Level Definitions and Classifications - Mechanical 3.1 MT - 1 Mechanical Level 1 - Contractor Rate 4 An employee who holds current trade certificate or papers qualifying as a Trades person in Mechanical, Fabrication or Electrical Trade streams and has completed or satisfies the requirements of modules NBB 01 and RBB 01 resulting in a total of 1030 hours accreditation from the modules listed in Appendix E. 3.2 MT - 2 Mechanical Level 2 - Contractor Rate 7 An employee who fulfils the requirements of MT - 1 above plus has satisfied the requirement of another 240 nationally accredited training hours or who has achieved an equivalent level of skill from the Mechanical or Fabrication stream lists in Appendix E, resulting in a total of 1700 hours accreditation from modules listed in Appendix E. 3.3 MT - 3 Mechanical Level 3 - Contractor Rate 8 An employee who fulfils the requirements of MT - 2 above plus has completed or satisfies the requirements of another 120 hours nationally accredited training from the Broad Base, Mechanical or Fabrication stream lists in Appendix E, resulting in a total of 2350 hours accreditation from modules listed in Appendix E. 3.4 MT - 4 Mechanical Level 4 - Contractor Rate 9 An employee who fulfils the requirements of MT - 3 above plus has completed or satisfies the requirements of another 120 hours nationally accredited training from the Broad Base, Mechanical or Fabrication stream lists in Appendix E, resulting in a total of 2900 hours accreditation from modules listed in Appendix E.
  • 18. 18 A.4 Core Stream Level Progression 4.1 Each employee shall ‘fit’ into one of four levels of the core streams indicated in the structure. Each level of the core streams is defined by an entry level. 4.2 Once an employee is at a position within the four levels of his/her stream, the employee may, by attaining on the job experience which satisfies the requirements of additional modules in Appendix E, attain such hours accreditation to allow his/her progression to a higher level. 4.3 An employee who gains a qualification or trade of a core stream outside the one he/she is already in shall transfer to the new stream, provided the new stream is at a higher overall level that the current one. Hours previously accredited are recognised in establishing the employee’s level in the new core stream. 4.4 The timing of individual employee’s progression shall be dependent on the individual’s skills and motivation toward higher levels. There shall be no compulsion for any individual to progress at any particular rate through the levels or at all.
  • 19. 19 APPENDIX B Supplementary Maintenance Workforce CORE STREAM LEVELS Contractor Rate Number Core Stream Level 1 NT1 2 NT2 Q1 3 NT3 4 NT4 Q2 MT1 5 Q3 6 Q4 7 MT2 8 MT3 9 MT4
  • 20. 20 APPENDIX C Supplementary Maintenance Workforce CONTRACTOR WAGE RATES Contractor Rate Contractor Rate Number Per Week 1 July 1995 24 April 1996 1 $512 $538 2 $542 $569 3 $565 $593 4 $576 $605 5 $605 $635 6 $617 $648 7 $624 $655 8 $680 $714 9 $692 $727
  • 21. 21 APPENDIX D A “10 hour day” shall mean day work of 10 hours duration. The ordinary working hours of employees on day work shall be averaged 70 hours per fortnight. 1. Leave All current leave entitlements shall be converted into hours and the equivalent hours taken under the new roster. 2. Annual Leave Current 18 x 7.78 hrs 140.04 hrs Allow 140 hrs 3. Sick Leave Current 8 x 7.78 hrs 62.24 hrs Allow 65 hrs 4. Public Holidays Current 11 x 7.78 hrs 85.58 hrs Allow 85 hrs If a public holiday falls on a day that an employee is rostered to work, then 10 hours will be taken from the hours pool. If a public holiday falls on a day when the employee is rostered off, then no hours will be taken from the hours pool. All remaining hours in pool can be taken as annual leave. Leave loading will not be applicable to such hours. 5. Work Pattern Mon Tues Wed Thurs Frid Sat Sun A A A A - - - - - B B B - - Mon Tues Wed Thurs Frid Sat Sun - - A A A - - B B B B - - - 6. Work Times 7.30 am - 12.30 pm
  • 22. 22 1.00 pm - 6.00 pm Morning Tea 10.00 am - 10.10 am Lunch Break 12.30 pm - 1.00 pm Afternoon Tea 3.30 pm - 3.40 pm Other arrangements of work hours may be agreed between the employee and Company provided that no longer than 5 hours are rostered without a meal break. 7. Work on Non Working Days Shall be paid at the overtime rate as prescribed in subclause 2.1 above. 8. Meal Breaks Employees working on their non working day/s per above shall take such additional time (unpaid) in conjunction with their break in order to ensure consistent meal break times for all employees. 9. Overtime Meal Breaks Where the employee works overtime subsequent to the completion of a 10 hour day the following conditions shall apply. (a) For up to 2 hours overtime. The meal break shall be taken on completion of the overtime. (b) Over 2 hours overtime. The meal break shall be taken at the beginning of the overtime period. Subsequent per award conditions. “Averaged short term work rate” shall mean the employee’s ordinary rate multiplied by 1.75.
  • 23. 23 VARIATION RECORD UNITED CONSTRUCTION SUPPLEMENTARY WORKFORCE BP OIL KWINANA REFINERY ENTERPRISE BARGAINING AGREEMENT 1996, NO. AG 153 OF 1996 Delivered 03/07/96 at 76 WAIG 2741 Consolidated CLAUSE EXTENT OF ORDER OPERATIVE GAZETTE NO. VARIATION NO. DATE REFERENCE 1. Title As delivered Ag 153/96 03/07/96 76 WAIG 2741 2. Arrangement As delivered Ag 153/96 03/07/96 76 WAIG 2741 3. Application and Scope As delivered Ag 153/96 03/07/96 76 WAIG 2741 4. Incidence and Parties Bound As delivered Ag 153/96 03/07/96 76 WAIG 2741 5. Period of Operation and Review As delivered Ag 153/96 03/07/96 76 WAIG 2741 6. Relationship to Parent Award As delivered Ag 153/96 03/07/96 76 WAIG 2741 7. Aims and Objectives As delivered Ag 153/96 03/07/96 76 WAIG 2741 8. Work Practices and Conditions of Employment As delivered Ag 153/96 03/07/96 76 WAIG 2741 9. Shiftwork As delivered Ag 153/96 03/07/96 76 WAIG 2741 10. Meals, Crib and Rest Breaks As delivered Ag 153/96 03/07/96 76 WAIG 2741 11. Workdress and Personal Protective Equipment As delivered Ag 153/96 03/07/96 76 WAIG 2741
  • 24. 24 12. Allowances As delivered Ag 153/96 03/07/96 76 WAIG 2741 13. Holidays As delivered Ag 153/96 03/07/96 76 WAIG 2741
  • 25. 25 14. Casual Employees As delivered Ag 153/96 03/07/96 76 WAIG 2741 15. Changes to the Existing Working Structure As delivered Ag 153/96 03/07/96 76 WAIG 2741 16. Dispute Resolution Procedure As delivered Ag 153/96 03/07/96 76 WAIG 2741 (5) ins. text 2053/97 22/11/97 77 WAIG 3079 17. Right to Entry As delivered Ag 153/96 03/07/96 76 WAIG 2741 Ins. para 2053/1/97 22/11/97 77 WAIG 3138 18. Wages As delivered Ag 153/96 03/07/96 76 WAIG 2741 19. No Extra Claims As delivered Ag 153/96 03/07/96 76 WAIG 2741 20. Signatories to Agreement As delivered Ag 153/96 03/07/96 76 WAIG 2741 Appendix A As delivered Ag 153/96 03/07/96 76 WAIG 2741 Appendix B As delivered Ag 153/96 03/07/96 76 WAIG 2741 Appendix C As delivered Ag 153/96 03/07/96 76 WAIG 2741 Appendix D As delivered Ag 153/96 03/07/96 76 WAIG 2741