Update on our fight to stop Morrison’s Omnibus Bill
With your help, we’ve made lots of progress, but we won’t stop until the whole bill is defeated.Read More >
MEDIA RELEASE: Unions call on Senators to stop Morrison’s IR Omnibus Bill
National construction, maritime and electrical unions are calling on Senate crossbenchers to stand up for
working people and reject the Morrison Government’s anti-worker IR Omnibus Bill.
ETU supports Kangaroo Island community through its Bushfire Relief Fund
This month the ETU donated $10K to community sporting clubs on Kangaroo Island from our National Bushfire Relief Fund.Read More >
Restoring workers’ power at South32
Workers at South32 are uniting to stand up against unfair conditions.Read More >
SA CEPU member awarded the 2020 Bob Donnelly Award
This month, CEPU SA delegate Brenton Jack was presented with the 2020 Bob Donnelly Award for his dedication to his fellow union members.Read More >
The Crown Casino: A thriving project
As one of Australia’s biggest commercial construction projects nears completion, the Union reflects on the positive experiences of both workers and companies when all parties come to the table willing to collaborate.Read More >
ETU Apprentice of the Year winner is Hannah Watts!
Hannah Watts has been crowned the 2020 ETU Apprentice of the Year, in an extraordinary line-up of all female finalists. The award was presented to Ms Watts last night at the ETU QLD & NT Branch by State Secretary, Peter Ong with a crowd of ETU members cheering her on.Read More >
RCEP agreement could harm workers
This month the Australian Government signed off on a massive secret trade deal that could tip the balance in favour of corporations and screw workers.Read More >
Asbestos lurks in more places than you’d think.
23-29 November was Asbestos Awareness Week, so we're encouraging our members to be more aware of asbestos when doing work, or even in your home.
If a house was built or renovated before 1990, there is a good chance it has some asbestos.
Did you know it’s often found lagging around pipes, inside fuse boxes or as part of ventilation shafts?
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Reminder: Remediate your infinity cables before it's too late
Infinity cables imported by Infinity Cable Co Pty Ltd were recalled nationally in 2013 after they failed electrical safety standards due to poor quality plastic insulation coating. This could cause electric shock if the cabling is disturbed.Read More >