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MOTOR BOATS AND SMALL TUGS (STATE) AWARD
  
Date11/30/2001
Volume329
Part5
Page No.
DescriptionRIRC - Award Review by Industrial Relations Commission
Publication No.C0600
CategoryAward
Award Code 441  
Date Posted12/13/2001

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BEFORE THE INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS COMMISSION

(441)

SERIAL C0600

 

MOTOR BOATS AND SMALL TUGS (STATE) AWARD

 

INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS COMMISSION OF NEW SOUTH WALES

 

Notices of award review pursuant to section 19 of the Industrial Relations Act 1996.

 

(No. IRC 3241, 3420 and 3430 of 1999)

 

Before the Honourable Justice Marks

1 August 2001

 

 

REVIEWED AWARD

 

1.         ARRANGEMENT

 

Clause No

Subject

1

Arrangement

2

Definitions

3

Engagement

4

Hours

5

Redundancy

6

Meal Intervals

7

Charge Hands

8

Wages

9

Outside Towage and Delivery

10

Manning Scale

11

Overtime

12

Bunker Barges - Cancellation of Overtime, Holiday or Weekend

13

Waiting Orders

14

Public Holidays

15

Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays

16

Saturdays, Sundays and Public Holidays - Shipkeepers

17

Travelling arrangements

18

Bunker Barges - Transport and Location Allowance and Dirty Work Allowance

19

Victualling

20

Annual Leave Loading

21

Sick Leave

22

Personal/Carer’s Leave

23

Accident Pay

24

Bereavement Leave

25

Protective and Industrial Clothing

26

Compensation for Personal Effects

27

Protection from Glare

28

Avoidance of Physical Exhaustion

29

Superannuation

30

Dispute Settling Procedure

31

Anti-Discrimination

32

Area Incidence and Duration

 

Part B

 

Monetary Rates

 

Table 1

Wages

Table 2

Other rates and Allowances

 

 

2.         DEFINITIONS

 

2.1        Bunker Barge is a self propelled or non self propelled vessel which is normally used in the carriage of bulk liquid cargoes for the purpose of bunkering.

 

2.2        "Casual" or "Casual Employee" means an employee employed on a Small Tugs, Hopper, Crane Lighter, Winch Punt or Bunker Barge and who is engaged and paid as such for a definite period.

 

2.3        Charge Hand shall include any person required to allocate jobs or trips to other employees.

 

2.4        Coxswain Engineer shall mean any person holding licences as a Marine Motor Driver and Coxswain, or certificates of a higher grade, who is engaged or employed as such.

 

2.5        General Purpose Hand, shall mean any person assisting on or about a Motor Boat or Small Tug howsoever engaged, and/or any person employed on or about Hoppers, Lighters, Bunker Barges, Winch Punts or Crane Lighters. General Purpose Hand shall include any person engaged in the mooring and unmooring of vessels.

 

2.6        Hopper, Crane Lighter or Winch Punt means any vessel used for carrying, loading or discharging any type of cargo.

 

2.7        Jurisdiction of the Waterways Authority shall mean the navigable waters lying within one nautical league of the cost and the inland navigable waters of New South Wales.

 

2.8        Master, in relation to a vessel, includes:

 

2.8.1     the person who for the time being has the command, charge or management of the vessel, this will include a Coxswain as a minimum qualification.

 

2.8.2     in relation to a vessel the subject of a hiring agreement that has not expired or a hiring agreement that has expired without the owner of the vessel resuming possession thereof the person who has taken, or took, the vessel on hire,

 

2.8.3     in relation to a vessel to which is attached a motor that is the subject of a hiring agreement that has not expired or a hiring agreement that has expired without the owner of the motor resuming possession thereof the person who has taken, or took, the motor on hire, and

 

2.8.4     in relation to a vessel being towed or pushed by another vessel the master for the time being of the other vessel unless he or she is subject to the instructions of a person on board the vessel being towed or pushed.

 

2.9        MED III shall have the same meaning as in the Commercial Vessels Act 1979.

 

2.10      Mooring Gang shall mean a team of coxswains and/or General Purpose Hands and/or Master Vs and or MED IIIs and/or any other suitably qualified person engaged in the mooring and unmooring of interstate, intrastate and overseas shipping of a number regulated to the size of the respective vessel.

 

2.11      Motor Boat shall include any vessel propelled by mechanical power other than steam, under 24m in length overall.

 

2.12      Shipkeeper shall mean any person engaged in mooring, pumping or looking after any Lighter, Hopper, Winch Punt or Tug.

 

2.13      Small Tug means any vessel in the small tug industry being used exclusively for towing hoppers, barges, punts, logs  or  any floating material or vessel.

 

2.14      Union means the Seamen’s Union of Australia, New South Wales Branch

 

2.15      Winch Driver is any person engaged in driving a winch on a Winch Punt or Crane Lighter.

 

3.         ENGAGEMENT

 

3.1        Unless otherwise agreed between the employer and the employee, employees may be terminated by one week's notice by the employer or the employee or by payment or forfeiture of one week's wage; provided that an employer may dismiss an employee, without notice, for serious and wilful misconduct.

 

4.         HOURS

 

4.1        Day Workers:

 

4.1.1     The ordinary hours of work shall be worked between 7.00 a.m. and 4.30 p.m. (exclusive of a meal interval if allowed) Monday to Friday, inclusive, but shall not exceed thirty-eight hours per week and eight hours per day without payment of overtime.

 

4.1.2     Notwithstanding the provisions of subclause 4.1.1, the ordinary hours of work employed by Stannard Bros Launch Services Pty Ltd in the ports of Sydney, Botany Bay and Port Kembla and employees of Lovett, McCracken and Bray Pty Ltd in the port of Newcastle, shall be seven consecutive hours, Monday to Friday, inclusive, between 7.00 a.m. and 3.30 p.m. (exclusive of a meal interval if allowed), but shall not exceed thirty-five hours per week without payment of overtime.

 

4.1.3     Notwithstanding the provisions of subclause 4.1.1, the ordinary hours of work on Bunker Barges shall be worked between the hours of 7 a.m. and 4.30 p.m. (exclusive of a meal interval if allowed) Monday to Friday inclusive, but shall not exceed seventy hours two per week and 7 hours 47 minutes per day

 

4.2        Shift Workers:

 

4.2.1     The ordinary hours of shift workers shall not exceed 8 hours during any consecutive 24 hours, or 38 per week, Monday to Friday, inclusive:  Provided that the Friday night shift shall finish not later then 7 a.m. on Saturday for which the ordinary shift rate shall be payable.

 

4.2.2     A roster of the ordinary starting and finishing times for shift workers shall be compiled by the employer and shall be exhibited in a conspicuous place accessible to the employees.

 

4.2.3     When an employee is required to commence shift work without having received 24 hours' notice of the change, he shall, for the first shift worked, receive overtime rates for all time worked before or after the ordinary starting and finishing time that prevailed immediately before the transfer to shift work, provided that an employee transferred to afternoon shift in these circumstances shall be entitled to be paid until the normal ceasing time of that shift.

 

4.3        Shift times and manning will be as follows:

 

Times

Manning

6.00 a.m.-1.00 p.m

4 drivers, 6 deckhands (10 employees)

7.30 a.m.-3.00 p.m

4 drivers, 4 deckhands (8 employees)

3.00 p.m.-10.00 p.m

6 drivers, 4 deckhands (10 employees)

Weekends

7 drivers, 7 deckhands (14 employees)

Public Holidays

14 employees to be supplemented with 5 employees being volunteers from the weekday rostered employees

In Newcastle:

Midnight-8.00 a.m

8 employees

 

4.4        Shipkeepers:

 

4.4.1     The ordinary hours of Shipkeepers shall be 38 hours per week, Monday to Sunday, inclusive, at times mutually agreed upon between the employer and the employee, provided that not less than 7 hours nor more than 12 hours may be worked consecutively on each shift without payment of overtime.

 

5.         REDUNDANCY

 

5.1        Application

 

5.1.1     In respect to employers who employ 15 employees or more immediately prior to the termination of employment of employees, in the terms of Clause 3.1 Engagement.

 

5.1.2     Notwithstanding anything contained elsewhere in this Clause, this Clause shall not apply to employees with less than one year's continuous service and the general obligation on employers shall be no more than to give such employees an indication of the impending redundancy at the first reasonable opportunity, and to take such steps as may be reasonable to facilitate the obtaining by the employees of suitable alternative employment.

 

5.1.3     Notwithstanding anything contained elsewhere in this Clause, this Clause shall not apply where employment is terminated as a consequence of conduct that justifies instant dismissal, including malingering, inefficiency or neglect of duty, or in the case of casual employees, apprentices or employees engaged for a specific period of time or for a specified task or tasks or where employment is terminated due to the ordinary and customary turnover of labour.

 

5.2        Introduction of Change

 

5.2.1     Employers duty to notify

 

(a)        Where an employer has made a definite decision to introduce major changes in production, program, organisation, structure or technology that are likely to have significant effects on employees, the employer shall notify the employees who may be affected by the proposed changes and the union to which they belong.

 

(b)       "Significant effects" include termination of employment, major changes in the composition, operation or size of the employer's workforce or in the skills required, the elimination or diminution of job opportunities, promotion opportunities or job tenure, the alteration of hours of work, the need for retraining or transfer of employees to other work or locations and the restructuring of jobs.

 

Provided that where this Award makes provision for alteration of any of the matters referred to in this clause, an alteration shall be deemed not to have significant effect.

 

5.2.2     Employer's duty to discuss change

 

(a)        The employer shall discuss with the employees affected and the union to which they belong, inter alia, the introduction of the changes referred to in clause 5.2.1, the effects the changes are likely to have on employees and measures to avert or mitigate the adverse effects of such changes on employees, and shall give prompt consideration to matters raised by the employees and/or the union in relation to the changes.

 

(b)       The discussion shall commence as early as practicable after a definite decision has been made by the employer to make the changes referred to in clause 5.2.1.

 

(c)        For the purpose of such discussion, the employer shall provide to the employees concerned and the union to which they belong all relevant information about the changes including the nature of the changes proposed, the expected effects of the changes on employees and any other matters likely to affect employees provided that any employer shall not be required to disclose confidential information the disclosure of which would adversely affect the employer.

 

5.3        Redundancy

 

5.3.1     Discussions before terminations

 

(a)        Where an employer has made a definite decision that the employer no longer wishes the job the employee has been doing done by anyone pursuant clause 5.2.1(a), and that decision may lead to the termination of employment, the employer shall hold discussions with the employees directly affected and with the union to which they belong.

 

(b)       The discussions shall take place as soon as is practicable after the employer has made a definite decision which will invoke the provision of clause 5.3.1(a) and shall cover, inter alia, any reasons for the proposed terminations, measures to avoid or minimise the terminations and measures to mitigate any adverse effects of any termination of the employees concerned.

 

(c)        For the purposes of the discussion the employer shall, as soon as practicable, provide to the employees concerned and the union to which they belong, all relevant information about the proposed terminations including the reasons for the proposed terminations, the number and categories of employees likely to be affected, and the number of workers normally employed and the period over which the terminations are likely to be carried out.  Provided that any employer shall not be required to disclose confidential information the disclosure of which would adversely affect the employer.

 

5.4        Termination of Employment

 

5.4.1     Notice for Changes in Production, Programme, Organisation or Structure - This subclause sets out the notice provisions to be applied to terminations by the employer for reasons arising from production, programme, organisation or structure in accordance with clause 5.2.1(a):

 

(a)        In order to terminate the employment of an employee the employer shall give to the employee the following notice:

 

Period of continuous service

Period of notice

Less than 1 year

1 week

1 year and less than 3 years

2 weeks

3 years and less than 5 years

3 weeks

5 years and over

4 weeks

 

(b)       In addition to the notice above, employees over 45 years of age at the time of the giving of the notice with not less than two years continuous service, shall be entitled to an additional week's notice.

 

(c)        Payment in lieu of the notice above shall be made if the appropriate notice period is not given.  Provided that employment may be terminated by part of the period of notice specified and part-payment in lieu thereof.

 

5.4.2     Notice for technological change - This subclause sets out the notice provisions to be applied to terminations by the employer for reasons arising from "technology" in accordance with clause 5.2.1(a).

 

(a)        In order to terminate the employment of an employee the employer shall give to the employee 3 months notice of termination.

 

(b)       Payment in lieu of the notice above shall be made if the appropriate notice period is not given.  Provided that employment may be terminated by part of the period of notice specified and part-payment in lieu thereof.

 

(c)        The period of notice required by this subclause to be given shall be deemed to be service with the employer for the purposes of the Long Service Leave Act 1955, the Annual Holidays Act 1944, or any Act amending or replacing either of these Acts.

 

5.4.3     Time off during the notice period

 

(a)        During the period of notice of termination given by the employer, an employee shall be allowed up to one day's time off without loss of pay during each week of notice, to a maximum of five weeks, for the purposes of seeking other employment.

 

(b)       If the employee has been allowed paid leave for more than one day during the notice period for the purpose of seeking other employment, the employee shall, at the request of the employer, be required to produce proof of attendance at an interview or the employee shall not receive payment for the time absent.

 

5.4.4     Employee leaving during the notice period - If the employment of an employee is terminated (other than for misconduct) before the notice period expires, the employee shall be entitled to the same benefits and payments under this subclause had the employee remained with the employer until the expiry of such notice.  Provided that in such circumstances the employee shall not be entitled to payment in lieu of notice.

 

5.4.5     Statement of employment - The employer shall, upon receipt of a request from an employee whose employment has been terminated, provide to the employee a written statement specifying the period of the employee's employment and the classification of or the type of work performed by the employee.

 

5.4.6     Notice to Centrelink - Where a decision has been made to terminate employees, the employer shall notify Centrelink thereof as soon as possible giving relevant information including the number and categories of the employees likely to be affected and the period over which the terminations are intended to be carried out.

 

5.4.7     Employment Separation Certificate - The employer shall, upon receipt of a request from an employee whose employment has been terminated, provide to the employee an Employment Separation Certificate in the form required by Centrelink.

 

5.4.8     Transfer to lower paid duties - Where an employee is transferred to lower paid duties for reasons set out in clause 18.2.1, the employee shall be entitled to the same period of notice of transfer as the employee would have been entitled to if the employee's employment had been terminated, and the employer may at the employer's option make payment in lieu thereof of an amount equal to the difference between the former ordinary time rate of pay and the new ordinary time rates for the number of weeks of notice still owing.

 

5.5        Severance Pay

 

5.5.1     Where an employee is to be terminated pursuant to 18.4, Termination of Employment, subject to further order of the Industrial Relations Commission of New South Wales, the employer shall pay the following severance pay in respect of a continuous period of service:

 

(a)        If an employee is under 45 years of age, the employer shall pay in accordance with the following scale:

 

Years of Service

Under 45 Years of Age Entitlement

Less than 1 year

Nil

1 year and less than 2 years

4 weeks

2 years and less than 3 years

7 weeks

3 years and less than 4 years

10 weeks

4 years and less than 5 years

12 weeks

5 years and less than 6 years

14 weeks

6 years and over

16 weeks

 

(b)       Where an employee is 45 years old or over, the entitlement shall be in accordance with the following scale:

 

Years of Service

45 Years of Age and Over Entitlement

Less than 1 year

Nil

1 year and less than 2 years

5 weeks

2 years and less than 3 years

8.75 weeks

3 years and less than 4 years

12.5 weeks

4 years and less than 5 years

15 weeks

5 years and less than 6 years

17.5 weeks

6 years and over

20 weeks

 

(c)        'Week's pay' means the all purpose rate of pay for the employee concerned at the date of termination, and shall include, in addition to the ordinary rate of pay, over Award payments, shift penalties and allowances.

 

5.5.2     Incapacity to pay - Subject to an application by the employer and further order of the Industrial Relations Commission, an employer may pay a lesser amount (or no amount) of severance pay than that contained in clause 5.5.1.

 

The Commission shall have regard to such financial and other resources of the employer concerned as the Commission thinks relevant, and the probable effect paying the amount of severance pay in clause 5.5.1 will have on the employer.

 

5.5.3    Alternative Employment - Subject to an application by the employer and further order of the Industrial Relations Commission, an employer may pay a lesser amount (or no amount) of severance pay than that contained in subclause (i) above if the employer obtains acceptable alternative employment for an employee.

 

6.         MEAL INTERVALS

 

6.1        Day Workers

 

6.1.1     Day workers shall be allowed a meal interval of not less than 30 minutes nor more than 60 minutes after not more than 5 hours after commencing time or as may be agreed upon between the Union and the employer; provided that where an employee commences work before 7 a.m. and is not able to take such meal intervals the employee shall be allowed a crib break of 20 minutes which shall be counted as time worked.

 

6.1.2     Working during meal intervals shall be avoided as far as possible.  If the employer requires work to continue during a recognised meal interval the employee shall be paid at the rate of double time.  Any fraction of an hour less than 30 minutes worked during a meal interval shall be paid for as half an hour and any fraction of an hour in excess of 30 minutes so worked shall be paid for as a full hour.

 

6.1.3     The time worked in accordance with clause 5.1.2 shall not be taken into account in calculating ordinary time or overtime, and the pay shall be in addition to the weekly wage.

 

6.1.4     Meal intervals not taken at the ordinary starting and finishing place shall be paid for in accordance with clause 5.1.2 of this clause

 

6.1.5     Upon the vessel being put under way, a meal interval already commenced shall be regarded as having been curtailed to the extent of the time thereof during which the vessel is underway and such time shall be paid for in accordance with clause 5.1.2.  No meal interval shall be commenced whilst the vessel is underway.

 

6.1.6     Each employer shall provide room at his establishment in which employees may partake of meals at such times whenever reasonably practicable.  Such room shall contain the means of heating food and boiling water.

 

6.2        Shift Workers:

 

6.2.1     Shift workers shall be allowed 20 minutes each shift for crib which shall be counted as time worked.

 

7.         CHARGE HANDS

 

7.1        A charge hand will be appointed to each shift on weekdays and weekends and such position will be considered the main point of contact for management and control where any problems arise with the employees engaged on that shift.

 

8.         WAGES

 

8.1        The minimum rates of pay for any classification shall, subject to the other provisions of this award, be the weekly rates as set out in Table 1 - Wages, of Part B, Monetary Rates.

 

8.2        A Shift Worker shall be paid 15 per cent more than the minimum rate of pay.

 

8.3        An employee under the age of 18 years, who holds Coxswain Drivers' licences and who is employed to perform the duties of a Coxswain Engineer, shall be paid the rates for a Coxswain Engineer.

 

8.4        Junior General Purpose Hands: The minimum rates of pay of junior General Purpose Hands shall be the following percentages of the rate of pay prescribed for General Purpose Hands in clause 7.1.  Such percentages shall be calculated to the nearest 5 cents, any broken part of 5 cents in the result not exceeding half of 5 cents to be disregarded.

 

Percentage of General Purpose Hand rate per week:

 

Up to 17 years of age

51%

At 17 years of age

62%

At 18 years of age

Full adult rate

 

Provided that a Junior General Purpose Hand who has not less than two years experience as a Junior General Purpose Hand shall receive the rate prescribed for an adult General Purpose Hand.

 

8.5        Junior General Purpose Hands whilst engaged on Mooring Gangs shall receive the hourly rate for adult General Purpose Hands for all time so engaged, including time spent travelling directly to or from such duties; provided that where a junior employee is engaged in this type of work for a period of half a shift or more, he shall be paid the adult rate for the full shift.

 

8.6        Where a junior employee is required to perform the duties of an adult General Purpose Hand for a period of half a shift or more, he shall be paid the adult rate for the full shift.

 

8.7        Special Allowances:

 

8.7.1     Charge Hands: In addition to the ordinary rate of pay, charge hands shall be paid an extra allowance at the rate as set out in Item 1 of Table 2  - Other Rates and Allowances, of Part B, Monetary Rates. In addition to the ordinary rate of pay, charge hands not directly supervised by a foreman in the allocation of duties to employees shall be paid an allowance at the rate as also set out in the said Item 1.

 

8.7.2     Employees will be paid a weekly disability allowance as set out in Item 2 of Table 2  - Other Rates and Allowances, of Part B, Monetary Rates.

 

NOTE: This allowance shall be payable for sick pay annual leave, long service leave and workers’ compensation payments, but shall not be payable for overtime.

 

NOTATION: The rates in this subclause are inclusive of allowances for holding certificate of competency, carrying cargo or towing hoppers, etc., handling explosives, dumping noxious chemicals, cleaning up oil spills, towing or discharging garbage, use of crane lighter, towing barges in excess of 400 tonnes, salvage of oil drums or timber.

 

8.7.3     Employees on a vessel proceeding beyond harbour or river limits shall be paid, per day as an allowance, an amount of 25 per cent of the total daily rate of a Coxswain Engineer.

 

8.8        An employee engaged for more than two hours during one day or shift on duties carrying higher rates of pay than the normal classification shall be paid the higher rate for such day or shift.  If so engaged for two hours or less during one day or shift, an employee shall be paid the higher rate of pay for the time so worked.

 

8.9        Casual Employees

 

8.9.1     Shall be paid at the rate of ordinary time plus 25 per cent per hour for all work done within the ordinary hours prescribed in clause 3, Hours.   For all work done outside such ordinary hours and on Saturday the rate shall be time and a half for the first two hours and double time thereafter, plus 25 per cent in each instance.

 

8.9.2     For all work done on Sundays the rate shall be double time plus 25 per cent.  For all work done on public holidays the rate shall be double time and a half, plus 25 per cent.

 

8.9.3     Where 5 consecutive hours or more are worked on any one day, one hour shall be allowed for a meal and if not allowed shall be paid for at the rate of double time.

 

8.9.4     The minimum period of engagement of a casual employee shall be as for four hours' work.

 

8.10      On days when a crew member is absent, for reasons of sickness, injury or rostered day off, a relief shall not be engaged except on those days when cargo is required to be carried or the ongoing maintenance program of the vessel requires such a relief.

 

8.11      If a crew member rings in sick, the vessel will continue to load the product until a casual employee replaces the absent employee.

 

8.12      In the case when the Bunker Barge is bunkering, a ship and a crew member goes sick or on workers' compensation, subject to operational needs, the job will continue until a casual employee can be put on board the bunker barge.

 

8.13      A General Purpose Hand who is appropriately qualified may relieve a Bunker Master or Engineer, provided the General Purpose Hand who relieves in a higher clarification position is covered by a casual employee.

 

9.         OUTSIDE TOWAGE AND DELIVERY

 

9.1        When a Vessel proceeds to sea to tow another vessel or to deliver a vessel to any port in New South Wales and such tow or delivery does not exceed 24 hours duration, Coxswain Engineers and General Purpose Hands shall be paid a minimum payment of one day's pay as provided in clause 8.3, plus the special payment as provided in clause 8.4; provided that any time worked in excess of the ordinary hours prescribed in clause 4, Hours, shall be paid for at double time.

 

9.2        Where meals are not provided by the employer, an allowance as set out in Item (3) of Table 2 - Other Rates and Allowances, of Part B, Monetary Rates, will be paid to each coxswain, engineer and General Purpose Hand.

 

9.3        When a tow or delivery exceeds 24 hours, watches are to  be set and payments shall be as follows:

 

Wages - as set  out in Table 1.

Overtime - as set out in Item (4) of Table 2.

Allowance - as set out in Item (3) of Table 2.

 

9.4        Special payment:  In addition to other payments to which an employee is entitled under this clause, he shall be entitled for each day, including Saturday, Sunday and holidays on which he is engaged in tows in excess of 24 hours, to a special payment as set out in Item 5 of Table 2, subject to the following conditions:

 

9.4.1     It shall only be payable from the time the vessel leaves the wharf to proceed to sea on the special voyage until it ties up at the wharf at the termination of the special voyage.

 

9.4.2     It shall not be taken into account in calculating overtime, leave or penalty payments prescribed by this clause.

 

9.4.3     All meals shall be provided by the employer free of charge.

 

9.4.4     In addition to workers' compensation coverage, personal insurance policy for the amount as set out in Item 6 of Table 2 will be provided, in the case of death, for each employee engaged in special voyages.

 

Manning Scale

 

Port Jackson

Mooring

Unmooring

Vessels under 2,500 tonnes

5 (if no Launch, 4 on Wharf)

4

 

Cargo Vessels 2,500 tonnes to

6

4

 

50,000

 

 

 

tonnes

 

 

 

Passenger vessels using one

8

6

 

launch

 

 

 

Passenger vessels Quay Terminal

12

8

 

At any other berth

10 (with 2 Launches)

6

 

Cargo vessels with tension

8

8

 

winches

 

 

 

Hauls involving cargo vessels with

8

8

 

tension

 

 

 

winches

 

 

 

Hauls around double-sided Berths

8

-

 

Hauls along a straight berth

6

-

 

Hauls across parallel berths

8

-

 

Snails Bay, Dolphins 2 launches

10 (3 men in boat)

8

 

Gore Bay No. 1 - 2 launches

12 (3 men in each boat)

8

 

Gore Bay No. 2

10 (2 launches)

8

 

Gore Bay No. 3

10 (2 launches)

8

 

Ballast Point 2 launches

10

8

 

Container, RoRo, Car Carrier

8 (1 launch)

6

 

vessels up to

 

 

 

and including 20,000 tonnes

 

 

 

Container vessels in excess of

10 (2 launches)

8

 

20,000

 

 

 

tonnes with tension winches

 

 

 

Container, RoRo, Car Carrier

10 (2 launches)

-

 

Vessels, Hauls Container, R/R

12 (2 launches)

8

 

vessels at

 

 

 

Quay Terminal Chowder Bay - 2

10

8

 

launches

 

 

 

Balls Head with tension winches

12 (2 launches)

10

 

Balls Head without tension

10 (2 launches)

8

 

winches

 

 

 

Balmain

8 (2 launches)

6

 

The above manning scales are effective at the following berths:

 

 

 

Woolloomooloo, Walsh Bay, Darling Harbour, Pyrmont, C.S.R., Glebe Island,

 

Balmain, Blackwattle Bay and White Bay unless the berth is specifically

 

identified.

 

 

 

Ships berthing at any jetty requiring a second launch will have one launch driver,

 

and one deckhand in the second launch in addition to the appropriate mooring

 

gang.

 

Manning Scale for Port Kembla

 

 

 

Oil Berth -

 

 

 

Mooring all ships

10 men with 2 boats

 

 

Unmooring all ships

8 men

 

 

New Coal Berth -Mooring all

12 men with 2 boats

 

 

ships

 

 

 

Unmooring all ships

10 men

 

 

Ships using heavy wires or

2 extra men

 

 

Combination lines

 

 

 

BHP RoRo Berth -

 

 

 

Mooring all ships

10 men with 1 boat

 

 

Unmooring all ships

8 men

 

 

ANL RoRo Berth -

 

 

 

Mooring all ships

8 men with 1 boat

 

 

Unmooring all ships

6 men

 

 

No. 2 Products Berth -

 

 

 

Mooring all ships

6 men with 1 boat

 

 

Unmooring all ships

6 men

 

 

Unmooring ships under 6,000

4 men

 

 

tonnes gross

 

 

 

Ships using wires on drums or

2 extra men

 

 

combination lines

 

 

 

No. 1 P.B/1 D.B/2 D.B -

 

 

 

Mooring all ships under 213

1 boat

 

 

metres

 

 

 

Unmooring all ships over 213

2 boats

 

 

metres

 

 

 

No. 3,4 and 6 Jetties -

 

 

 

Mooring all ships

6 men with 1 boat

 

 

Unmooring all ships

4 men

 

 

Ships using wires on drums

2 extra men

 

 

or combination lines

 

 

 

Old Coal Berth -

 

 

 

Mooring all ships

6 men with 1 boat

 

 

Unmooring all ships

6 men

 

 

Unmooring all ships under

4 men

 

 

6,000 tonnes gross

 

 

 

Ships using wires on drums or

2 extra men

 

 

combination lines

 

 

 

Vessels over 35,000 tonnes

2 extra men

 

 

gross

 

 

 

Vessels over 213 metres

2 boats

 

 

Multi-purpose Berth -

 

 

 

Mooring all ships under 152

10 men with 2 boats

 

 

metres

 

 

 

Mooring all ships over 152

12 men with 2 boats

 

 

metres

 

 

 

Unmooring all ships under 152

6 men

 

 

metres

 

 

 

Unmooring all ships over 152

8 men

 

 

metres

 

 

 

Unmooring all ships when lines

1 extra man

 

 

are run to either Forward or Aft

 

 

 

Dolphins

 

 

 

Unmooring all ships when lines

2 extra men

 

 

are run to both Dolphins

 

 

 

Ships using heavy wires or

2 extra men

 

 

combination lines

 

 

 

Grain Terminal -

 

 

 

Mooring all ships under 10,000

6 men with 1 boat

 

 

tonnes gross

 

 

 

Mooring all ships over 10,000

10 men with 2 boats

 

 

gross under 152m

 

 

 

Mooring all ships over 152m

12 men with 2 boats

 

 

Unmooring all ships under

4 men

 

 

10,000 tonnes gross

 

 

 

Unmooring all ships over

6 men

 

 

10,000 tonnes gross

 

 

 

under 152m

8 men

 

 

Unmooring all ships over 152m

2 extra men

 

 

Ships using heavy wires or combination lines

 

Unmooring all ships lines run to

1 extra man

 

 

either Forward or Aft Dolphins

 

 

 

Unmooring all ships lines run to

2 extra men

 

 

both Dolphins

 

 

 

Manning Scale for Port Botany

Mooring

Unmooring

 

AOR Wharf 1 and 2 Tankers

8 (with1 launch)

6

 

Tankers with tension winches

12 (with2 launches)

8

 

AOR Sub Berth No. 3 all ships

4 (with 1 workboat)

3 (with 1

 

 

 

workboat)

 

Bulk liquids berth tankers

10 (with 2 launches)

6

 

Tankers with tension winches

12 (with 2 launches)

8

 

Brotherson Dock -

 

 

 

Container vessels, RoRo and

10 (2 launches)

6

 

Car Carrier vessels up to and

 

 

 

including 25,000 tonnes.

 

 

 

Container vessels, RoRo and

10 (2 launches)

8

 

Car Carrier vessels in excess of

 

 

 

25,000 tonnes.

 

 

 

Cable berth

8 (1 launch)

8 (1 launch)

 

Manning Scale for Port Hunter

Mooring

Unmooring

 

 (Newcastle)

 

 

 

All Vessels up to 2,500 tonnes gross

 

Lee Wharves 1-2-3-4-5,

4 men with launch

4 men

 

Throsby 1

 

 

 

Merewether St,

 

 

 

Dockyard 1-3

 

 

 

West Basin 1-3-4, Basin Ldr

 

 

 

No. 1

 

 

 

Dockyard slipway berth -

 

 

 

Kooragang

 

 

 

No. 2 and No. 3

 

 

 

BHP, 2-3-4-5-6

 

 

 

Dockyard 3-4-5

 

 

 

Dyke 1-2-3 East Basin No. 2

6 men with launch

4 men

 

BHP No. 1

 

 

 

All Vessels 2,501 to 5,000 Tonnes Gross

 

Lee Wharves 1-2-3-4-5,

6 men with launch

4 men

 

Throsby 1-2

 

 

 

Merewether St. Dockyard 1-3-

 

 

 

4-5

 

 

 

West Basin 1-3-4

 

 

 

East Basin 1-2

 

 

 

Dyke 1-2-3, Dockyard

 

 

 

Slipway berth

 

 

 

Kooragang No. 2 and No. 3

 

 

 

In all cases, tension wires and

8 men with launch

6 men

 

long hauls

 

 

 

All Vessels 5,001 Tonnes Gross and Over

Lee Wharves 1-2-3-4-5

6 men with launch

4 men

Merewether St. BHP 1-2-3-4-5-6 West

 

 

Basin1-3-4. Throsby No. 1(Lines on

 

 

Wharf) East Basin No. 1

 

 

Throsby No. 1(Lines on Bank)

7 men with launch

5 men

Lee Wharves -

10 men with launch

8 men

Throsby No. 2  (Lines on Bank)

15 men with launch

10 men

Kooragang (Lines on Wharf No. 2 and

6 men with launch

4 men

No. 3)

 

 

Kooragang (Lines on Bank) No. 2 and

8 men with launch

6 men

No. 3launch

 

 

Dockyard Nos. 1-3-4-5

8 men with launch

6 men

All vessels at dockyard over 183m

Extra 2 men with launch

 

All vessels over 183m at Town Wharves

Extra 2 men moor and

10 men

BHP Wharves and Kooragang 2-3

unmoor

 

Dyke Wharves 1-2-3

8 men with launch

6 men

East Basin No. 2

8 men with launch

6 men

Dyke Coal Loaders Nos. 4-5 vessels

10 men with launch

 

under 200m

 

 

Dyke Coal Loader Nos. 4-5

12 men with2 Launches

8 men

Kooragang No. 4 Coal Loader

14 men with 2 Launches

8 men

In all cases, tension wires and heavy

Extra 2 men moor and

 

lines additional.

unmoor

 

In all cases, long hauls and adverse

Extra 2 men moor and

 

conditions, etc.

unmoor

 

All vessels over 213m and Harbour

Extra 2 men and launch

 

Master's orders

 

 

BHP vessels at BHP wharves over

Extra 2 men and launch

 

213m.

 

 

"Iron Pacific", "Iron Shortland"

Extra 4 men moor and

 

"Iron Newcastle", "Iron Kembla",

unmoor

 

"Iron Spencer", "Iron Whyalla"

 

 

All vessels at Dyke Wharves 1-2-3 over

Extra 2 men moor and

 

213m

Unmoor

 

All vessels at Dyke Wharves 1-2-3-4-5

Extra 2 men moor and

 

and Kooragang Coal Loader No. 4 over

unmoor

 

250m

 

 

Manning Scale for Port Hunter

 

 

 (Newcastle) - Roll-on/off ships

 

 

West Basin 4

10 men

6 men

Grain Terminal - Multi-purpose Berth -

6 men with1 boat

 

Mooring all ships under 10,000 tonnes

 

 

gross

 

 

Mooring all ships over 10,000 gross

10 men with 2 boats

 

under 152 m

 

 

Mooring all ships over 152 m

12 men with 2 boats

 

Unmooring all ships over 10,000 tonnes

4 men

 

gross

 

 

Unmooring all ships over 10,000 tonnes

6 men

 

gross under 152 m

 

 

Unmooring all ships over152 m

8 men

 

Ships using heavy wires or combination

2 extra men

 

lines

 

 

Unmooring all ships lines run to either

1 extra man

 

forward or aft dolphins

 

 

Unmooring all ships lines run to both

2 extra men

 

dolphins

 

 

 

 

Leave reserved to both parties in respect to additional berths, unseen vessels and extenuating circumstances.

 

11.       OVERTIME

 

11.1      All time worked on Sunday, except by shift workers working their ordinary shift hours, shall be paid for at double time with a minimum of four hours.

 

11.2      For all times worked on public holidays, except Christmas Day, the rate shall be double time and a half.  For all time worked on Christmas Day the rate shall be double time in addition to the ordinary rate.

 

11.3      Except as provided in clauses (10.1 and 10.2, all time worked by day workers outside the hours prescribed in clause 4, Hours, shall be paid for at the rate of time and a half for the first two hours and double time thereafter.  Such overtime rates shall be paid or continue to be paid for all time worked after the usual ceasing time until an employee has been relieved from work for at least ten hours.

 

11.4      Except as provided in clause 10.3, in computing overtime each day's work shall stand alone.

 

11.5      When an employee is required for overtime duty in excess of one and one-half hours before or after the usual commencing or ceasing time, he shall be provided free of cost with a suitable meal or be paid  as set out in Item 7 of Table 2 of Part B in lieu thereof for the first meal  and the amount as also  set out in Item  7 for each subsequent meal.

 

11.6      If overtime continues after twelve midnight, double time shall be paid for all time worked after that hour and such double time shall continue to be paid for all time worked thereafter until such employee has been relieved from work for at least 10 hours, but this subclause shall not apply to shift workers.

 

11.7      Should an employee work at the request of the employer after he has been on duty continuously, including meal breaks, for more than 16 hours, he shall be entitled to be paid at the rate of double time for the period of such duties in addition to any other payment due to him until such time as the ten hours respite from duty commences.

 

11.8     

 

11.8.1   Except in the case of accident or circumstances over which the employer has  no control, an employee shall not work and an employer shall  not require an employee to work more than a  total of  sixty hours,  including overtime  in  any week, exclusive of unpaid intervals allowed for meals.

 

11.8.2   Provided that for the purpose of this subclause time worked up to a maximum of seven hours within an employee's normal spread of hours on a public holiday occurring between Monday and Friday inclusive, shall not be regarded as overtime for the purpose of calculating total hours worked in accordance with clause 10.8.1.

 

11.9      An employee recalled to work shall be guaranteed and shall be paid for at least four hours' work for each start at the appropriate overtime rates of pay; provided that an employee required to come back to perform work on a Sunday, after having knocked off, shall be paid for such work for at least four hours at double time rates.

 

11.10    For the purpose of this clause any part of half an hour worked shall be paid as half an hour.

 

12.       BUNKER BARGES - CANCELLATION OF OVERTIME, HOLIDAY OR WEEKEND

 

12.1      If notice of cancellation is not delivered or telephoned to the employee's registered address at least 1 hour before the employee would normally leave to commence work and the employee would normally be expected to partake of a meal at the workplace during the period of overtime now cancelled, the employee shall be entitled to a meal allowance as set out in Item 16 of Table 2 - Other Rates and Allowances, of Part B, Monetary Rates.

 

13.       WAITING ORDERS

 

13.1      An employee who is required by his employer to telephone for orders shall:

 

13.1.1   If an employee has a telephone installed at their home, be paid the annual rental of such telephone plus an amount as set out in Item 8 of Table 2 - Other Rates and Allowances for calls necessarily incurred by the employee for ringing for such orders.  If the employee is required by their employer to have a phone installed, the installation fee shall be paid by the employer.

 

13.1.2   An off-duty employee required to ring for orders other than on  a phone provided totally  or in part by the employer, shall receive as an  allowance the amount as  also set out  in Item 8 of  Table 2 -  Other Rates and  Allowances for each call necessary.

 

13.2      An employee who, on any day of the week responds to a telephone call (not being a telephone call in respect of which a payment is made under clause 12.1.2 made to the employee's home requiring the employee to report to work earlier than the next scheduled starting time shall, if the telephone rental is not paid by the employer, receive a payment as set out in Item 14 of Table 2 - Other Rates and Allowances.

 

Provided that employees of ESAR shall, in lieu of the provisions of clause 12.1.2, be paid an amount per week as set out in Item 26 of Table 2 - Other Rates and Allowances to cover telephone costs and laundering of overalls.

 

13.3      Employees who are required to work overtime shall not be stood off for a period of less than four hours and shall not have a call out cancelled unless two hours' notice is given.

 

14.       PUBLIC HOLIDAYS

 

14.1      Employees shall be entitled to the following public holidays without deduction of pay:

 

New Year’s Day, Australia Day, Anzac Day, Good Friday, Easter Saturday, Easter Monday, Queen’s Birthday, Eight Hours’ Day or Labour Day, Christmas Day, Boxing Day and Picnic Day (the first Tuesday in November, or on any other day mutually agreed to between the Employer and the employee).

 

14.2      All employees (including casuals) who are required to work on a public holiday other than Christmas Day shall be paid at the following rates:

 

14.2.1   For employees on Vessels other than Charter Vessels - double time and one half;

 

14.2.2   For employees on Charter Vessels - double time.

 

14.3      All employees (including casuals) who are required to work on Christmas Day shall be paid treble time for a minimum of four hours.

 

14.4      When Christmas Day is a Saturday or a Sunday, a holiday in lieu thereof shall be observed on 27 December.

 

14.5      When Boxing Day is a Saturday or a Sunday, a holiday in lieu thereof shall be observed on 28 December.

 

14.6      When New Year’s Day or Australia Day is a Saturday or a Sunday, a holiday in lieu thereof shall be observed on the next Monday.

 

14.7      When the government declares, prescribes or gazettes a public holiday on days other than those set out in clause 13.1, those days shall constitute additional holidays for the purpose of this award.

 

15.       SATURDAYS, SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS

 

15.1      All time worked from midnight Saturday to midnight Sunday shall be paid at double time.

 

15.2      For all time worked on public holidays, except Christmas Day, the rate shall be double time and one half.  For all time worked on Christmas Day, the rate shall be double time in addition to the ordinary rate.

 

15.3      All time worked on Saturday shall be paid for at the rate of time and one half for the first 2 hours and double time thereafter.

 

15.4      The minimum payment for time worked on Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays shall be as for 4 hours at the appropriate rate.

 

16.       SATURDAYS, SUNDAYS AND PUBLIC HOLIDAYS - SHIPKEEPERS

 

16.1      For all time worked on public holidays, except Christmas Day, the rate shall be double time and one half.   For all time worked on Christmas Day, the rate shall be double time in addition to the ordinary rate.

 

16.2      All time worked on a Sunday shall be paid at the rate of double time.

 

16.3      All ordinary time worked between midnight Friday and midnight Saturday shall be paid for at the rate of time and one half up to and including 8 hours and double time thereafter.

 

16.4      All employees required to work on a Sunday or public holiday shall be paid for a minimum engagement of 4 hours at the appropriate rate.

 

16.5      Shipkeepers who are 7-day shift workers shall receive a shift allowance of 15 per cent in addition to ordinary rates and the rates provided for in clauses 16.1, 16.2, and 16.3.

 

16.6      Shipkeepers will be paid a day's pay in addition to the weekly rate when a public holiday occurs on a rostered day off and when they are required to work on a public holiday which is a rostered day off they shall be paid double time and one half, except for Christmas Day which shall be paid at the rate of treble time.

 

17.       TRAVELLING ARRANGEMENTS

 

17.1      An employee who is dependent upon a public conveyance when going to or returning from his work and who is required to work overtime commencing or finishing between 11.00 p.m. and 6.00 a.m., both times inclusive, shall be provided with conveyance by the employer; provided that the usual means of transport are not available or if such transport is not provided the employee shall be allowed travelling time to the extent of one hour each way at the prevailing rates.

 

17.2      An employee who is required to use his own vehicle to travel to or from a starting or finishing point other than his regular starting or finishing point shall be paid as set out in Item 9 of Table 2 of Part B for distance travelled and shall be paid at the prevailing rate for all time so engaged.

 

17.3      An employee who, as a condition of his employment, is required to use his own vehicle to travel to or from the regular place of employment at irregular hours and at short notice, or to or from a temporary place of employment from the regular place of employment shall be reimbursed the amount as set out in Item 10 of Table 2 of Part B up to a maximum of 25 kilometres per day, Monday to Sunday inclusive.

 

17.4      This clause, when applied to employees in Newcastle, Botany Bay and Port Kembla, shall not apply when on annual leave, long service leave, or sick leave in excess of 5 days in any one year or when on workers' compensation under the Workers' Compensation Act 1987.

 

18.       BUNKER BARGES - TRANSPORT AND LOCATION ALLOWANCE AND DIRTY WORK ALLOWANCE

 

18.1      In addition to the wage rates prescribed by Clause 8, Wages, all employees on bunker barges shall be paid an amount as set out in Item 20 of Table 2 - Other Rates and Allowances, of Part B, Monetary Rates, as a transport and location allowance.

 

18.2      This allowance will not be taken into account for the purposes of overtime and other award prescriptions.

 

18.3      An employee covered by this clause and who is employed in the Port of Newcastle shall, in addition to the wage rates prescribed in clause 4, Wages, be paid an amount as set out in Item 21of Table 2 for all purposes of this award.

 

18.4      Dirty and offensive or discomforting work - Where an employee is called upon to perform work, the dirtiness or offensiveness of which, or the discomfort of which is something in excess of that which the employee is normally required to meet, the employee shall be paid an amount per hour as set out in Item 22 of Table 2 for time so occupied.

 

18.5      Provided that, in lieu of the above allowance, for all work an employee is required to perform alongside vessels in discharging alumina, petroleum, coke, sulphur, anhydrous ammonia and all phosphates at Kooragang Island (Newcastle), the employee shall be paid a disability payment of an amount per hour as set out in Item 23 of Table 2. Such employee will be eligible for this payment from the time the barge ties up to the vessel until the time it returns to its berth at the completion of the bunker.

 

19.       VICTUALLING

 

19.1      Where an employee is required to remain on duty for one and a half hours or more after the usual ceasing time on any day, the employee shall be provided either with a suitable meal by the employer or receive an allowance of an amount as set out in Item 27 of Table 2 - Other Rates and Allowances, of Part B, Monetary Rates, for the first meal and the same amount again for each subsequent 4 hours' work.

 

19.2      An employee required to work for 8 hours or more on a Saturday, Sunday or holiday shall either be provided with a suitable meal by the employer or be paid an amount as set out in Item 27 of Table 2 in lieu thereof.  If such employee is required to work for a further 4 hours after the qualifying period for the payment of a meal allowance, the employee shall, in respect of each further 4 hours, be paid the same amount again unless a suitable meal is provided by the employer.

 

20.       ANNUAL LEAVE LOADING

 

20.1      Employees when proceeding on annual leave shall receive an additional 17.5 per cent for day workers and 20 per cent for Shift Workers, such loading to be calculated on the award rate of pay.

 

20.2      Where an employee has been employed for a period longer than 12 months and has had his or her employment terminated by the Employer for a cause other than misconduct and at the time of the termination has not been given and has not taken the whole of an annual holiday to which the employee is entitled, the employee shall be paid a loading calculated in accordance with clause 17.1 for the period not taken.

 

21.       SICK LEAVE

 

An employee who has served continuously with the Employer for not less than 13 weeks and who is unable to attend for duty during ordinary working hours for reasons of personal illness or personal incapacity not due to the employee’s own serious and wilful misconduct, shall be entitled to be paid at Ordinary-time rates of pay for the time of such non-attendance, subject to the following:

 

21.1      The employee shall not be entitled to be paid leave of absence for any period in respect of which the employee is entitled to workers' compensation.

 

21.2      The employee shall not be entitled in respect of any year of continuous employment to sick pay for more than ten days; provided that any employee with 12 months or more service shall be entitled to an additional ten days sick leave per annum.  Any period of paid sick leave allowed by the Employer to an employee in any such year shall be deducted from the period of sick leave, which may be allowed or may be carried forward under this award in respect of such year.

 

21.3      The rights under this clause shall accumulate from year to year as long as the employee's employment continues with the Employer, so that any part of ten days which has not been allowed in any year may be claimed by the employee and allowed by the Employer, subject to the conditions prescribed by this clause, in a subsequent year of such continued employment and shall be fully accumulative for each year of service.

 

22.       PERSONAL/CARER’S LEAVE

 

22.1      Use of Sick Leave

 

22.1.1   An employee, other than a Casual Employee, with responsibilities in relation to a class of person set out in subclause 19.1.3(ii), who needs the employee's care and support, shall be entitled to use, in accordance with this subclause, any current or accrued sick leave entitlement, provided for in clause 18, Sick Leave, for absences to provide care and support for such persons when they are ill.  Such leave may be taken for part of a single day.

 

22.1.2   The employee shall, if required, establish either by production of a medical certificate or statutory declaration, the illness of the person concerned and that the illness is such as to require care by another person.  In normal circumstances, an employee must not take carer's leave under this subclause where another person has taken leave to care for the same person.

22.1.3   The entitlement to use sick leave in accordance with this subclause is subject to:

 

(a)        the employee being responsible for the care of the person concerned; and

 

(b)        the person concerned being:

 

(i)         a spouse of the employee; or

 

(ii)        a de facto spouse, who, in relation to a person, is a person of the opposite sex to the first mentioned person who lives with the first mentioned person as the husband or wife of that person on a bona fide domestic basis although not legally married to that person; or

 

(iii)       a child or an adult child (including an adopted child, a step child, a foster child or an ex nuptial child), parent (including a foster parent and legal guardian), grandparent, grandchild or sibling of the employee or spouse or de facto spouse of the employee; or

 

(iv)       a same sex partner who lives with the employee as the de facto partner of that employee on a bona fide domestic basis; or

 

(v)        a relative of  the employee who is a member of the same household,  where for  the  purposes of  this subparagraph:

 

(a)        "relative" means a person related by blood, marriage or affinity;

 

(b)        "affinity" means a relationship that one spouse because of marriage has to blood relatives of the other; and

 

(c)        "household" means a family group living in the same domestic dwelling.

 

22.1.4   An employee shall, wherever practicable, give the employer notice prior to the absence of the intention to take leave, the name of the person requiring care and that person's relationship to the employee, the reasons for taking such leave and the estimated length of absence.  If it is not practicable for the employee to give prior notice of absence, the employee shall notify the employer by telephone of such absence at the first opportunity on the day of absence.

 

22.2      Unpaid Leave for Family Purpose

 

22.2.1   An employee may elect, with the consent of the employer, to take unpaid leave for the purpose of providing care and support to a member of a class of person set out in subclause 19.1.3(ii) who is ill.

 

22.3      Annual Leave

 

22.3.1   An employee may elect with the consent of the employer, subject to the Annual Holidays Act 1944, to take annual leave not exceeding five days in single day periods or part thereof, in any calendar year at a time or times agreed by the parties.

 

22.3.2   Access to annual leave, as prescribed in subclause 19.3.1, shall be exclusive of any shutdown period provided for elsewhere under this award.

 

22.3.3   An employee and employer may agree to defer payment of the annual leave loading in respect of single day absences, until at least five consecutive annual leave days are taken.

 

22.4      Time Off in Lieu of Payment for Overtime

 

22.4.1   An employee may elect, with the consent of the employer, to take time off in lieu of payment for overtime at a time or times agreed with the employer within 12 months of the said election.

 

22.4.2   Overtime taken as time off during ordinary time hours shall be taken at the ordinary time rate, that is an hour for each hour worked.

 

22.4.3   If, having elected to take time as leave in accordance with subclause 19.4.1, the leave is not taken for whatever reason payment for time accrued at overtime rates shall be made at the expiry of the 12 month period or on termination.

 

22.4.4   Where no election is made in accordance with the subclause 19.4.1, the employee shall be paid overtime rates in accordance with the award.

 

22.5      Make-up Time

 

22.5.1   An employee may elect, with the consent of the employer, to work "make-up time", under which the employee takes time off ordinary hours, and works those hours at a later time, during the spread of ordinary hours provided in the award, at the ordinary rate of pay.

 

22.5.2   An employee on shift work may elect, with the consent of the employer, to work "make-up time" (under which the employee takes time off ordinary hours and works those hours at a later time), at the shift work rate which would have been applicable to the hours taken off.

 

22.6      Rostered Days Off

 

22.6.1   An employee may elect, with the consent of the employer, to take a rostered day off at any time.

 

22.6.2   An employee may elect, with the consent of the employer, to take rostered days off in part day amounts.

 

22.6.3   An employee may elect, with the consent of the employer, to accrue some or all rostered days off for the purpose of creating a bank to be drawn upon at a time mutually agreed between the employer and employee, or subject to reasonable notice by the employee or the employer.

 

22.6.4   This subclause is subject to the employer informing each union which is both party to the award and which has members employed at the particular enterprise of its intention to introduce an enterprise system of RDO flexibility, and providing a reasonable opportunity for the union(s) to participate in negotiations.

 

23.       ACCIDENT PAY

 

23.1      An employer shall pay and an employee shall be entitled to receive accident pay in accordance with this clause.

 

23.2      "Accident Pay" means a weekly payment of an amount being the difference between the weekly amount of compensation paid to an employee and the weekly aggregate wage to which such employee is entitled in the classification under which he is employed at the date of injury or, where the incapacity is for a lesser period than one week, the difference between the amount of compensation and the said award rate for that period.

 

23.3      An employer shall pay his employee accident pay where the employee receives an injury for which compensation is payable by or on behalf of the employer pursuant to the provisions of the appropriate Workers' Compensation Act 1987.

 

23.4      An employer shall pay accident pay during the incapacity of the employee within the meaning of the said Act until such incapacity ceases, or until the expiration of a period of 52 weeks from the date of injury, whichever event shall first occur.

 

23.5      The termination of the employee's employment for any reason during the period of any incapacity shall in no way affect the liability of the employer to pay accident pay as hereinbefore provided.

 

23.6      An employee shall not be entitled to payment under this clause in respect of any period of paid annual leave or long service leave, or for any paid public holiday.

 

23.7      In the event that an employee receives a lump sum in redemption of weekly payment under the said Act, the liability of the employer to pay accident pay as herein provided shall cease from the date of such redemption.

 

23.8      Where the employee recovers damages from the employer or from a third party in respect of the said injury, independently of the said Act, he shall be liable to repay to his employer the amount of accident pay which the employer has paid under this clause and the employee shall not   be entitled to any further accident pay thereafter.

 

24.       BEREAVEMENT LEAVE.

 

24.1      An employee shall be entitled to up to two days bereavement leave without deduction of pay on each occasion of the death of a person prescribed in 21.3 below.

 

24.2      The employee must notify the Employer as soon as practicable of the intention to take bereavement leave and will, if required by the Employer, provide to the satisfaction of the Employer proof of death.

 

24.3      Bereavement leave shall be available to the employee in respect of the death of a person prescribed for the purposes of Personal/Carer’s Leave in subclause 19.1.3, provided that for the purpose of bereavement leave, the employee need not have been responsible for the care of the person concerned.

 

24.4      An employee shall not be entitled to bereavement leave under this clause during any period in respect of which the employee has been granted other leave.

 

24.5      Bereavement leave may be taken in conjunction with other leave available under subclauses 19.2, 19.3, 19.4, 19.5, 19.6. In determining such a request the Employer will give consideration to the circumstances of the employee and the reasonable operational requirements of the business.

 

25.       PROTECTIVE AND INDUSTRIAL CLOTHING

 

25.1

 

25.1.1   Protective Clothing:  Protective clothing will be provided by the employer to the employee free of charge, as follows: suitable wet weather clothing and other suitable protective clothing, as required.

 

25.1.2   Industrial Clothing:  Industrial clothing and suitable working footwear will be supplied by the employer to the employee as agreed between the employer and the Union.

 

25.2      Gloves shall be provided and replaced free of cost where considered necessary by the employer.

 

25.3      All greasers/General Purpose Hands shall be issued with sweat rags as required.

 

25.4      Where the employee is required by the employer to wear a uniform, such uniform shall be provided and maintained by the employer free of cost to the employee.

 

25.5      An employee on a vessel required to pump oil or fuel to other vessels other than vessels owned by the company of which they are employed, shall be provided with protective clothing, if required, in the nature of rubber gloves and aprons, on request from the employee.

 

26.       COMPENSATION FOR PERSONAL EFFECTS

 

26.1      If, in the course of employment, an employee should sustain damage to or loss of personal effects by fire, explosion, foundering, shipwreck, Collision, stranding or accident and where such damage was not caused by the employee's own wilful neglect or fault or where such articles are lost through breaking and entering while securely stored at the employer's direction in a room or building on the employer's premises, vessel or work shop, the employer shall compensate the employee to the extent of the damage or loss to a maximum of any amount as set  out in Item 11 of Table 2 - Other Rates and Allowances, of Part B, Monetary Rates.

 

27.       PROTECTION FROM GLARE

 

27.1      Each employee required to man a vessel not fitted with efficient devices for the protection of such employee from glare shall be provided with suitable sunglasses, free of cost, by the employer. Assistants, also engaged from time to time on towing, shall be so provided.

 

27.2      Sunglasses so provided shall be replaced by the employer upon satisfactory evidence that the loss, damage or destruction of the glasses was not caused by the negligence of the employee.

 

27.3      Employees may elect to receive clip-ons for their own spectacles in lieu of such sunglasses.

 

28.       AVOIDANCE OF PHYSICAL EXHAUSTION

 

28.1      An employee who has been on duty continuously, including meal breaks, for more than 18 hours shall not be required by his employer to continue duty until he has had, for the purpose of rest, a period of 10 hours off duty.

 

28.2      Should an employee work at the request of the employer after he has been on duty continuously, including meal breaks for more than 18 hours, he shall be entitled to be paid at the rate of double time for the period of such duty in addition to any other payment due to him until such time as the 10 hours' respite from duty commences.

 

28.3      Employees shall receive their full weekly rate notwithstanding any rest period occurring in ordinary working hours.

 

29.       SUPERANNUATION

 

29.1      Employers shall pay all employees covered by this award superannuation as is prescribed by Federal Government legislation.

 

29.2      The superannuation benefit shall be paid to the Seafarers' Retirement Fund or such other fund as is agreed.

 

30.       DISPUTE SETTLING PROCEDURE

 

The procedure for the resolution of grievances and industrial disputation concerning matters arising under this award shall be in accordance with the following procedural steps:

 

30.1      Procedure relating to a grievance of an individual employee:

 

30.1.1   the employee shall notify (in writing or otherwise) the employer as to the substance of the grievance, request a meeting with the employer for bilateral discussions and state the remedy sought.

 

30.1.2   initially are dealt with as close to its source as possible, with graduated steps for further discussion and resolution at higher levels of authority.

 

30.1.3   reasonable time limits must be allowed for discussion at each level of authority.

 

30.1.4   At the conclusion of the discussion, the employer must provide a response to the employee's grievance, if the matter has not been resolved, including reasons for not implementing any proposed remedy.

 

30.1.5   While a procedure is being followed, normal work must continue.  No party shall be prejudiced as to the final settlement by the continuation of work in accordance with this subclause.

 

30.1.6   The employer may be represented by an industrial organisation of employers and the employee may be represented by an industrial organisation of employees for the purpose of each procedure.

 

30.2      Procedure for a dispute between an employer and the employees

 

30.2.1   A question, dispute or difficulty must initially be dealt with as close to its source as possible, with graduated steps for further discussion and resolution at higher levels of authority.

 

30.2.2   Reasonable time limits must be allowed for discussion at each level of authority.

 

30.2.3   While a procedure is being followed, normal work must continue. No party shall be prejudiced as to the final settlement by the continuation of work in accordance with this subclause.

 

30.2.4   The employer may be represented by an industrial organisation of employers and the employees may be represented by an industrial organisation of employees for the purpose of each procedure.

 

31.       ANTI-DISCRIMINATION

 

31.1      It is the intention of the parties bound by this award to seek to achieve the object in section 3(f) of the Industrial Relations Act 1996 to prevent and eliminate discrimination in the workplace.  This includes discrimination on the grounds of race, sex, marital status, disability, homosexuality, transgender identity, age and responsibilities as a carer.

 

31.2      It follows that in fulfilling their obligations under the dispute resolution procedure prescribed by this award the parties have obligations to take all reasonable steps to ensure that the operation of the provisions of this award are not directly or indirectly discriminatory in their effects.  It will be consistent with the fulfilment of these obligations for the parties to make application to vary any provision of the award which, by its terms or operation, has a direct or indirect discriminatory effect.

 

31.3      Under the Anti-Discrimination Act, 1977 it is unlawful to victimise an employee because the employee has made or may make or has been involved in a complaint of unlawful discrimination or harassment.

 

31.4      Nothing in this clause is to be taken to affect:

 

31.4.1   any conduct or act which is specifically exempted from anti-discrimination legislation.

 

31.4.2   offering or providing junior rates of pay to persons under 21 years of age.

 

31.4.3   any act or practice of a body established to propagate religion which is exempted under section 56(d) of the Anti-Discrimination Act 1977.

 

31.4.4   a party to this award from pursuing matters of unlawful discrimination in any state or federal jurisdiction.

 

31.5      This clause does not create legal rights or obligations in addition to those imposed upon the parties by the legislation referred to in this clause.

 

NOTE

 

(a)        Employers and employees may also be subject to Commonwealth anti-discrimination legislation.

 

(b)        Section 56(d) of the Anti-Discrimination Act 1977 provides:

 

"Nothing in the Act affects any other act or practice of a body established to propagate religion that conforms to the doctrines of that religion or is necessary to avoid injury to the religious susceptibilities of the adherents of that religion".

 

32.       AREA, INCIDENCE AND DURATION

 

32.1      This award shall apply to all marine motor driver, coxswains, masters, MED IIIs and assistants on motor boats, Charge Hands, Coxswain Engineers, Shipkeepers, General Purpose Hands, Mooring Gangs Winch Drivers employed in connection with Motor Boats, Bunker Barges, Small Tugs, Hoppers, Crane Lighters and Winch Punts.

 

32.2      This award is made following a review under section 19 of the Industrial Relations Act 1996 and rescinds and replaces the Marine Motor Drivers, Coxswains, &c (State) Award published 7 May 1993 (274 IG 1215) and all variations thereof; rescinds and replaces the Fireman and Deckhand, &c., Small Tug Boats (State) Award published 16 February 1990 and reprinted 26 July 1991 (264 IG 316) and all variations thereof; and rescinds and replaces the Fireman and Deckhand, &c., Small Tug Boats (Remuneration) (State) Award published on 28 October 1994 (282 IG 536) and all variations thereof.

 

32.3      The award published 7 May 1993 took effect from the beginning of the first pay period to commence on or after 9 December 1992 and the variations thereof incorporated herein on the dates set out in the attached Schedule A.

 

32.4      The changes made to the award pursuant to the Award Review pursuant to section 19(6) of the Industrial Relations Act 1996 and Principle 26 of the Principles for Review of Awards made by the Industrial Relations Commission of New South Wales on 18 December 1998 (308 IG 307) take effect on 1 August 2001.

 

32.5      The award remains in force until varied or rescinded the period for which it was made having already expired.

 

 

PART B

 

MONETARY RATES

 

Table 1 - Wages

 

Classification

Former Wage Rate per

SWC 2001*

Total rate

 

week

per week

per week

 

$

$

$

*SWC 2001 increases are applicable from the first pay period on or after 6.10.01

Employees on Motor Boats

Coxswain Engineer (Master V MEDIII)

586.00

15.00

$601.00

General Purpose Hands

518.10

15.00

$533.10

Botany Bay - Additional payment for all employees

50.40

3%

$51.91

When a tow or delivery exceeds 24 hours

 

 

 

Coxswain Engineer

121.80

 

134.80

General Purpose Hands

104.00

 

117.00

Master Engineer

155.10

 

168.10

Employees on all vessels other than Motor Boats

General Purpose Hand

493.60

13.00

506.60

Shipkeeper

489.90

13.00

$502.90

Crane Driver (under 20 tonnes)

499.30

15.00

$514.30

Crane Driver (over 20 tonnes)

565.40

15.00

$580.40

General Purpose Hands "Amorena"

535.30

15.00

$550.30

General Purpose Hands Greaser "Amorena"

546.30

15.00

$561.30

General Purpose Hands Bunker Barges

535.30

15.00

$550.30

General Purpose Hands Greaser Bunker Barges

546.30

15.00

$561.30

 

 

Table 2 - Other Rates and Allowances

 

Item

Clause

Brief Description

Amount $

No.

No.

 

 

Employees on Motor Boats

1

8.7.1

Charge Hands Allowance

18.13 per

 

 

 

week

 

 

Charge Hands not directly supervised by a foreman

26.99 per

 

 

 

week

2

8.7.2

Disability allowance for the following ports:-

Per week

 

 

Sydney

3.09

 

 

Botany

1.34

 

 

Port Kembla

15.14

 

 

Newcastle

11.74

3

9.2, 9.3

Meal Allowance

30.08

4

9.3

Overtime rates when a tow or delivery exceeds 24 hours:

Per hour

 

 

Coxswain-Engineer

37.90

 

 

Deckhands

32.34

 

 

Master-Engineer

47.88

5

9.4

Sea Risk

89.92

6

9.4.4

Personal Insurance

58411.30

7

11.5

Meal allowance during overtime:

 

 

 

In lieu of first meal

7.62

 

 

For each subsequent meal

7.62

8

13.1.1

Telephone allowance

91.88

 

13.1.2

Calling from phone not supplied by the employee

2.32 each

 

 

 

call

9

 

Use of own vehicle

0.38 per

 

 

 

km

10

 

Use of own vehicle:

 

 

 

Irregular hours and at short notice, or to and from a temporary

0.38 per

 

 

 

km

 

 

place of employment

 

11

23.1

Maximum compensation for lost or damages clothing

841.51

Employees on all vessels other than Motor Boats

13

 

General Purpose Hands - Meal Allowance

7.62

14

13.2

Towing/Delivery allowance Wages

104.75

 

 

Overtime - minimum of 6

 

 

 

hours

 

15

13.2

Special Payment/Towing

89.82

16

 

Service Allowance

4.53

 

 

Extra per year of completed service

 

17

12.1

Bunker Barges/Meals Allowance

7.62

18

 

Travelling Allowance

38 cents per km

19

 

Bunker Barges Travelling Allowance

38 cents per km

20

18.1

Transport and Location Allowance

11.54 per week

21

18.3

Transport and Location Allowance

15.24 per week

 

 

Newcastle

 

22

18.4

Dirty or Offensive Work

34 cents per week

23

18.5

Dirty or Offensive Work (Kooragang

98 cents per week

 

 

Island)

 

24

18.5

Phoning for Orders

2.16

25

 

Phoning for Orders Bunker Barges

5.77

26

13.2

Telephone/Laundering Allowance for

16.38

 

 

ESAR

 

27

19.1

Meal Allowance (Victualling)

7.62

28

19.2

Meal Allowance (Sat, Sun, Hol.)

7.62

29

 

Minimum compensation for personal effects

876.22

 

 

Schedule A

 

Marine Motor Drivers, Coxswains & c (State) Award

 

Award and Variations Incorporated

 

Clause

Award/Variation Serial No.

Date of Publication

Date of taking Effect

Industrial

Vol

Gazette

Page

Award

B1886

7.5.93

First pay period on or after 9.12.92

274

1215

Arrangement; 3A; 7; 8 A; Part B - Table 1, Table 2.

B4225

14.10.94

First pat period on or after 15.4.94

282

274

Arrangement; 15A

B5169

13.6.97

On and from 30.8.96

298

1360

5 (vi); Table 1 of Part B.

B5858

12.12.97

On and from 9.10.97

302

793

1 & 2 of Part B.

B6825

4.6.99

First pay period on or after 21.7.98

309

633

 

B7168

24.9.99

First pay period on or after 10.12.98

310

1087

 

B8565

24.3.00

First pay period on or after 6.10.99

314

548

 

B8132

14.4.00

First pay period on or after 3.7.99

314

1240

 

B9810

6.4.01

First pay period on or after 6.10.00

323

885

 

Fireman and Deckhands & c Small Tug Boats (State) Award

 

Award and Variations Incorporated

 

Clause

Award/Variation Serial No.

Date of Publication

Date of taking Effect

Industrial

Vol

Gazette

Page

Award

B0016

26.7.91

First pay period on or after 30.3.88

264

316

Arrangement; 5A (I) (b), (ii), (iii) (a); 5C; 5D; 16; 23; Part B - Table 1.

B1157

3.7.92

First pay period on or after 13.11.91

270

415

5; 5A; 5B; 9B; 14; 14A; 15; 15A; 16; 18.

B4258

28.10.94

On and from 20.6.94

282

546

Arrangement; 12B.

B4897

7.3.97

On and from 30.8.96

296

1339

 

B7129

1.10.99

On and from 10.12.98

310

1310

 

B8002

31.3.00

On and from 3.6.99

314

820

 

Fireman and Deckhands & c Small Tug Boats (Remuneration) (State)

 

Award and Variations Incorporated

 

Clause

Award/Variation Serial No.

Date of Publication

Date of taking Effect

Industrial

Vol

Gazette

Page

Award

B4259

28.10.94

First pay period on or after 20.6.94

282

536

4 (h); Table 1 of Part B.

B5862

12.12.97

First pay period on or from 9.10.97

302

754

4 (h); Table 1 & 2 of Part B.

B6827

28.5.99

First pay period on or after 21.7.98

309

549

 

B8613

10.3.00

on or after 6.10.99

314

52

 

B9813

6.4.01

on or after 6.10.00

323

922

 

Schedule B

 

Changes Made on Review

 

Date of Effect: 1.8.2001

 

(1) Provisions Modified:

 

Award

Clause

Previous Form of Clause Last Published at:

 

 

IG Vol.

Page

Marine Motor Drivers, Coxswains & c (State) Award

1

274

1215

Marine Motor Drivers, Coxswains & c (State) Award

2

274

1216; 1217

Marine Motor Drivers, Coxswains & c (State) Award

3

274

1217

Marine Motor Drivers, Coxswains & c (State) Award

4

274

1217; 1218

Marine Motor Drivers, Coxswains & c (State) Award

4A

282

274; 275

Marine Motor Drivers, Coxswains & c (State) Award

5

302

793

Marine Motor Drivers, Coxswains & c (State) Award

6

274

1220; 1221

Marine Motor Drivers, Coxswains & c (State) Award

7

274

1221; 1222; 1223; 1224; 1225; 1226; 1227

Marine Motor Drivers, Coxswains & c (State) Award

8

274

1227; 1228

Marine Motor Drivers, Coxswains & c (State) Award

8A

282

275

Marine Motor Drivers, Coxswains & c (State) Award

9

274

1228

Marine Motor Drivers, Coxswains & c (State) Award

10

274

1228

Marine Motor Drivers, Coxswains & c (State) Award

11

274

1229

Marine Motor Drivers, Coxswains & c (State) Award

12

274

1229

Marine Motor Drivers, Coxswains & c (State) Award

13

274

1230; 1231

Marine Motor Drivers, Coxswains & c (State) Award

14

274

1231; 1232

Marine Motor Drivers, Coxswains & c (State) Award

15

274

1232; 1233

Marine Motor Drivers, Coxswains & c (State) Award

15A

298

1360; 1362; 1363

Marine Motor Drivers, Coxswains & c (State) Award

16

274

1233; 1234

Marine Motor Drivers, Coxswains & c (State) Award

17

274

1234

Marine Motor Drivers, Coxswains & c (State) Award

18

274

1234

Marine Motor Drivers, Coxswains & c (State) Award

19

274

1234; 1235

Marine Motor Drivers, Coxswains & c (State) Award

20

274

1235

Marine Motor Drivers, Coxswains & c (State) Award

21

274

1235

Marine Motor Drivers, Coxswains & c (State) Award

22

274

1235

Marine Motor Drivers, Coxswains & c (State) Award

23

274

1235; 1236

Marine Motor Drivers, Coxswains & c (State) Award

24

274

1236

Marine Motor Drivers, Coxswains & c (State) Award

Table 1

309

633

Marine Motor Drivers, Coxswains & c (State) Award

Table 2

309

634

Firemen and Deckhands & c Small Tug Boats (State) Award

1

264

318

Firemen and Deckhands & c Small Tug Boats (State) Award

2

264

318; 319

Firemen and Deckhands & c Small Tug Boats (State) Award

3

264

319

Firemen and Deckhands & c Small Tug Boats (State) Award

4

264

319; 320; 321

Firemen and Deckhands & c Small Tug Boats (State) Award

5

282

538

Firemen and Deckhands & c Small Tug Boats (State) Award

5A

270

416

Firemen and Deckhands & c Small Tug Boats (State) Award

5B

264

322; 323

Firemen and Deckhands & c Small Tug Boats (State) Award

5C

270

416

Firemen and Deckhands & c Small Tug Boats (State) Award

5D

270

416; 417; 418

Firemen and Deckhands & c Small Tug Boats (State) Award

6

264

323; 323

Firemen and Deckhands & c Small Tug Boats (State) Award

7

264

324; 325

Firemen and Deckhands & c Small Tug Boats (State) Award

7A

264

325

Firemen and Deckhands & c Small Tug Boats (State) Award

8

264

325

Firemen and Deckhands & c Small Tug Boats (State) Award

8A

264

325; 326

Firemen and Deckhands & c Small Tug Boats (State) Award

9

264

326

Firemen and Deckhands & c Small Tug Boats (State) Award

9A

264

326; 327

Firemen and Deckhands & c Small Tug Boats (State) Award

9B

264

327

Firemen and Deckhands & c Small Tug Boats (State) Award

10

264

327

Firemen and Deckhands & c Small Tug Boats (State) Award

11

264

327; 328

Firemen and Deckhands & c Small Tug Boats (State) Award

11A

264

328; 329; 330

Firemen and Deckhands & c Small Tug Boats (State) Award

12

264

330

Firemen and Deckhands & c Small Tug Boats (State) Award

12A

264

330; 331

Firemen and Deckhands & c Small Tug Boats (State) Award

12B

296

1339; 1340; 1341; 1342

Firemen and Deckhands & c Small Tug Boats (State) Award

13

264

331

Firemen and Deckhands & c Small Tug Boats (State) Award

14

264

331

Firemen and Deckhands & c Small Tug Boats (State) Award

14A

264

331; 332

Firemen and Deckhands & c Small Tug Boats (State) Award

15

264

332

Firemen and Deckhands & c Small Tug Boats (State) Award

15A

264

332

Firemen and Deckhands & c Small Tug Boats (State) Award

16

270

418; 419

Firemen and Deckhands & c Small Tug Boats (State) Award

17

264

333

Firemen and Deckhands & c Small Tug Boats (State) Award

18

264

334

Firemen and Deckhands & c Small Tug Boats (State) Award

19

264

334

Firemen and Deckhands & c Small Tug Boats (State) Award

20

264

334; 335

Firemen and Deckhands & c Small Tug Boats (State) Award

21

264

335

Firemen and Deckhands & c Small Tug Boats (State) Award

22

264

335

Firemen and Deckhands & c Small Tug Boats (State) Award

23

264

335

Firemen and Deckhands & c Small Tug Boats (State) Award

24

264

335; 336

Firemen and Deckhands & c Small Tug Boats (State) Award

Table 1

264

336

Firemen and Deckhands & c Small Tug Boats (State) Award

Table 2

264

336; 337; 338

Fireman and Deckhands & c Small Tug Boats (Remuneration) (State)

1

282

537

Fireman and Deckhands & c Small Tug Boats (Remuneration) (State)

2

282

537

Fireman and Deckhands & c Small Tug Boats (Remuneration) (State)

3

282

537

Fireman and Deckhands & c Small Tug Boats (Remuneration) (State)

4

309

549

Fireman and Deckhands & c Small Tug Boats (Remuneration) (State)

5

282

538

Fireman and Deckhands & c Small Tug Boats (Remuneration) (State)

6

282

538

Fireman and Deckhands & c Small Tug Boats (Remuneration) (State)

7

282

538

Fireman and Deckhands & c Small Tug Boats (Remuneration) (State)

8

282

539

Fireman and Deckhands & c Small Tug Boats (Remuneration) (State)

9

282

539

Fireman and Deckhands & c Small Tug Boats (Remuneration) (State)

10

282

540

Fireman and Deckhands & c Small Tug Boats (Remuneration) (State)

11

282

540

Fireman and Deckhands & c Small Tug Boats (Remuneration) (State)

12

282

540

Fireman and Deckhands & c Small Tug Boats (Remuneration) (State)

13

282

540; 541

Fireman and Deckhands & c Small Tug Boats (Remuneration) (State)

14

282

541

Fireman and Deckhands & c Small Tug Boats (Remuneration) (State)

Table 1

309

549

Fireman and Deckhands & c Small Tug Boats (Remuneration) (State)

Table 2

309

550

 

(2) Provisions Removed:

 

Award

Clause

Previous Form of Clause Last Published at:

 

 

IG Vol.

Page

 

(3) Rescinded Obsolete Awards Related to this Review:

 

Award

Previous Form of Clause Last Published at:

 

IG Vol.

Page

Marine Motor Drivers, Coxswains & c (State) Award

309

633; 634

Firemen and Deckhands & c Small Tug Boats (State) Award

296

1339; 1340; 1341; 1342

Fireman and Deckhands & c Small Tug Boats (Remuneration) (State) Award

309

549; 550

 

 

 

 

F. MARKS, J

 

 

 

____________________

 

 

 

 

Printed by the authority of the Industrial Registrar.

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