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METAL, ENGINEERING & ASSOCIATED INDUSTRIES (STATE) AWARD
  
Date04/22/2005
Volume350
Part2
Page No.
DescriptionVSW - Variation following State Wage Case
Publication No.C3554
CategoryAward
Award Code 039  
Date Posted04/21/2005

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BEFORE THE INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS COMMISSION

(039)

SERIAL C3554

 

METAL, ENGINEERING & ASSOCIATED INDUSTRIES (STATE) AWARD

 

INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS COMMISSION OF NEW SOUTH WALES

 

Application by Automotive, Food, Metals, Engineering, Printing and Kindred Industries Union, New South Wales branch, industrial organisation of employees.

 

(No. IRC 4504 of 2004)

 

Before Commissioner Patterson

25 August 2004

 

VARIATION

 

1.          Delete paragraphs 5.1.1(c) and 5.1.1(d) of clause 5.1, Classifications and Rates of Pay, of Part 5, Rates of Pay and Related Matters, of the award published 8 June 2001 (325 I.G. 209) and insert in lieu thereof the following:

 

5.1.1(c)             Schedule of Rates of Pay

 

Wage

Base Rate

Suppl.

SWC

Weekly

Hourly

Group

per week

Payment

Adjustments

Award

Rate

 

 

per week

 

Rate

 

 

$

$

$

$

$

Level C14

284.80

40.60

142.00

467.40

12.30

Level C13

299.50

42.60

142.00

484.10

12.74

Level C12

319.20

45.40

142.00

506.60

13.33

Level C11

337.40

48.10

142.00

527.50

13.88

Level C10

365.20

52.00

144.00

561.20

14.77

Level C9

383.50

54.60

144.00

582.10

15.32

Level C8

401.70

57.20

144.00

602.90

15.87

Level C7

420.00

59.80

142.00

621.80

16.36

Level C6

456.50

65.00

142.00

663.50

17.46

Level C5

474.80

67.60

142.00

684.40

18.01

Level C4

493.00

70.20

142.00

705.20

18.56

Level C3

529.50

75.40

142.00

746.90

19.66

Level C2(a)

547.80

78.00

142.00

767.80

20.21

Level C2(b)

584.30

83.20

138.00

805.50

21.20

Level C1(a)

657.40

93.60

138.00

889.00

23.39

Level C1(b)

766.90

109.20

138.00

1014.10

26.69

 

5.1.1(d)            State Wage Adjustments

 

The rates of pay in this award include the adjustments payable under State Wage Case 2004.  These adjustments may be offset against:

 

(i)         any equivalent over-award payments; and/or

 

(ii)        award wage increases since 29 May 1991 other than safety net, State Wage Case and minimum rates adjustments.

 

2.          Delete subclause 5.3.1 of clause 5.3, Apprentices Rates of Pay, of the said Part 5 and insert in lieu thereof the following:

 

5.3.1     Except as provided for in clause 5.4, Adult Apprentices, the weekly wage rate for apprentices shall be as follows:

 

Column 1

Column 2

Column 3

Column 4

Column 5

4-year terms apprenticeship

Percentage of

C10 Weekly

Total Rate

Hourly

 

Column 3

Award Rate

per week

Rate

 

%

$

$

$

First year

42

561.20

235.70

6.20

Second year

55

561.20

308.70

8.12

Third year

75

561.20

420.90

11.08

Fourth year

88

561.20

493.90

13.00

 

3.          Delete the table in subclause 5.4.3 of clause 5.4, Adult Apprentices, of the said Part 5 and insert in lieu thereof the following:

 

Table 1 - Adult Apprentice Rates of Pay

 

Year of Apprenticeship

Total Weekly Rate

 

$

First

406.00

Second

467.40

Third

484.10

Fourth

506.60

 

4.          Delete clause 5.5, Unapprenticed Junior Rates of Pay, of the said Part 5 and insert in lieu thereof the following:

 

5.5        Unapprenticed Junior Rates of Pay

 

5.5.1(a)             Unapprenticed Juniors

 

The minimum weekly wage rates for Unapprenticed Juniors shall be as follows:

 

Column 1

Column 2

Column 3

Column 4

Years of Age

Percentage of

C13 Weekly

Total Rate

 

Column 3

Award Rate

per week

 

%

$

$

Under 16 years of age

36.8

484.10

178.10

At 16 years of age

47.3

484.10

229.00

At 17 years of age

57.8

484.10

279.80

At 18 years of age

68.3

484.10

330.60

At 19 years of age

82.5

484.10

399.40

At 20 years of age

97.7

484.10

473.00

 

A junior employee of 18 years of age or more shall be paid 36 cents per week in addition to the rates prescribed herein whilst they are employed as a furnace person or assistant to a furnace person.

 

5.5.1(b)            Unapprenticed Juniors (Foundaries)

 

The minimum weekly wage rates for Unapprenticed Juniors (Foundaries) shall be as follows:

 

Column 1

Column 2

Column 3

Column 4

Years of Age

Percentage of

C13 Weekly

Total Rate

 

Column 3

Award Rate

per week

 

%

$

$

Under 16 years of age

36.8

484.10

178.10

At 16 years of age

47.3

484.10

229.00

At 17 years of age

68.3

484.10

330.60

At 18 years of age

83.0

484.10

401.80

At 19 years of age

98.8

484.10

478.30

 

5.          Delete paragraph 5.9.1(f) of clause 5.9, Allowances and Special Rates, of the said Part 5 and insert in lieu thereof the following:

 

5.9.1(f) All-purpose Allowances

 

Item No.

Clause No.

Brief Description

Amount per week

 

 

 

$

1

5.9.1(a)

Leading Hands in charge of -

 

 

 

3-10 employees

24.60 per week

 

 

11-20 employees

36.70 per week

 

 

More than 20 employees

46.70 per week

2

5.9.1(b)

Ship Repairing -

 

 

 

Tradespersons

11.20 per week

 

 

All other employees

9.00 per week

3

5.9.1(c)

Multi-storey Building

17.70 per week

4

5.9.1(d)

Tool Allowance

12.00 per week

 

6.          Delete paragraph 5.9.2(g) of the said clause 5.9 and insert in lieu thereof the following:

 

5.9.2(g)            Other Allowances

 

Item No.

Clause No.

Brief Description

Amount

1

5.9.2(a)

Motor Allowance

60 cents per kilometre travelled

2

5.9.2(b)

First-aid Allowance

$11.20 per week

3

5.9.2(c),

Meal Allowance

$9.40

 

5.9.4(b)(iv),

 

 

 

6.4.11

 

 

 

7.          Delete paragraph 5.9.3(s) of the said clause 5.9 and insert in lieu thereof the following:

 

5.9.3(s)             Special Rates

 

Item

Clause

Brief Description

Amount

No.

No.

 

 

1

5.9.3(c)

Cold Places

41 cents per hour extra

2

5.9.3(d)

Hot Places -

 

 

 

Between 46 and 54 Celsius

42 cents per hour extra

 

 

In excess of 54 Celsius

56 cents per hour extra

3

5.9.3(e)

Wet Places

42 cents per hour extra

4

5.9.3(f)

Confined Spaces

56 cents per hour extra

5

5.9.3(g)

Dirty Work -

 

 

 

Ship repair work

56 cents per hour extra

 

 

All other work

42 cents per hour extra

6

5.9.3(h)

Height Money

31 cents per hour extra

7

5.9.3(i)

Meat Digesters and Oil Tanks

42 cents per hour extra

8

5.9.3(j)

Sanitary Works

29 cents per hour extra

9

5.9.3(k)

Insulation Materials

55 cents per hour extra

10

5.9.3(l)

Slaughtering Yards

31 cents per hour extra

11

5.9.3(m)

Boiler Repairs -

 

 

 

(i) Smoke boxes, fire boxes, furnaces or flues of

 

 

 

boilers

31 cents per hour extra

 

 

(ii) Oil fired boilers including the castings,

 

 

 

uptakes and funnels, or flues and smoke stacks

$1.11 per hour extra

12

5.9.3(n)

Explosive Powered Tools

$1.12 per day extra

13

5.9.3(o)

Ships in Dock

31 cents per hour extra

14

5.9.3(p)

Foundry Allowance

32 cents per hour worked

15

5.9.3(q)

Boiling Down Works

31 cents per hour

16

5.9.3(r)

Lead Works

31 cents per hour

 

8.          This variation shall take effect from the beginning of the first pay period to commence on or after 25 August 2004.

 

 

 

R. J. PATTERSON, Commissioner.

 

 

____________________

 

 

Printed by the authority of the Industrial Registrar.

 

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