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BUILDING EMPLOYEES MIXED INDUSTRIES (STATE) AWARD
  
Date12/15/2006
Volume361
Part7
Page No.1164
DescriptionVSW - Variation following State Wage Case
Publication No.C4921
CategoryAward
Award Code 058  
Date Posted12/14/2006

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SERIAL C4921

 

Building Employees Mixed Industries (State) Award

 

INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS COMMISSION OF NEW SOUTH WALES

 

Application by Construction, Forestry, Mining and Energy Union (New South Wales Branch), Industrial Organisation of Employees.

 

(No. IRC 2619 of 2006)

 

Before The Honourable Justice Kavanagh

6 July 2006

 

VARIATION

 

1.          Delete subclause 16.8 of clause 16, Wages, of the award published 16 November 2001 (329 I.G. 577), and insert in lieu thereof the following:

 

16.8      The rates of pay in this award include adjustments payable under the State Wage Case 2006. These adjustments may be offset against:

 

(i)         any equivalent overaward payments, and/or

 

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

 

2.          Delete Part B, Monetary Rates, and insert in lieu thereof the following:

 

PART B

 

MONETARY RATES

 

Table 1 - Wages

 

 

Base Rate

Supplementary

SWC

Tool

Ordinary

 

 

payment

Adjustments

Allowance

Weekly Rate

 

$

$

$

$

$

Carpenters &

367.30

38.20

173.00

23.30

601.80

Joiners

 

 

 

 

 

Bricklayers

367.30

38.20

171.00

16.40

592.90

Plumbers

369.60

38.00

173.00

23.30

n/a

including:

 

 

 

 

 

Gasfitters &

 

 

 

 

 

Drainers

 

 

 

 

 

Painters,

367.30

38.00

173.00

5.60

n/a

Including:

 

 

 

 

 

Signwriters

 

 

 

 

 

Marblers,

 

 

 

 

 

Grainers &

 

 

 

 

 

Artworkers

 

 

 

 

 

 

Builders Labourer

 

Classification

Previous Ordinary

SWC Adjustments

Current Ordinary

 

Weekly Rate

 

Weekly Rate

 

$

$

$

1.

Rigger, Dogger

431.40

104.00

535.40

2.

Scaffolder (as defined), powder

420.20

104.00

524.20

monkey hoist or winch driver, foundation

 

 

 

shaft person (as defined), concrete

 

 

 

finisher (as defined), steel fixer including

 

 

 

tack welder

 

 

 

3.

Bricklayer’s labourer, plasterer’s

408.00

104.00

512.00

labourer, assistant rigger (as defined),

 

 

 

assistant powder monkey (as defined)

 

 

 

demolition work (after 3 months

 

 

 

experience) gear hand, pile driver

 

 

 

(concrete), hammerperson, mixer driver

 

 

 

(concrete), steel erector, aluminium alloy

 

 

 

structural erectors, (whether pre-

 

 

 

fabricated or otherwise), gantry hand or

 

 

 

crane hand, crane chaser, cement gun

 

 

 

operator, concrete cutting or drilling

 

 

 

machine operator, concrete gang

 

 

 

including concrete floater (as defined),

 

 

 

roof layer (malthoid or similar material)

 

 

 

dump cart operator, under pinner, steel or

 

 

 

bar bender to pattern or plan, concrete

 

 

 

formwork stripper

 

 

 

4.

Builder’s labourer employed on

384.20

104.00

488.20

work other than that specified in (1) to (3)

 

 

 

hereof

 

 

 

 

Apprentices

 

Carpenters/Joiners/Bricklayers/Painters

 

 

Indentured

Trainees

 

$

$

1st Year

200.70

225.10

2nd Year

293.50

329.40

3rd Year

388.60

427.00

4th Year

454.40

479.60

 

Plumbers

 

 

$

$

1st Year

202.60

228.80

2nd Year

296.10

332.80

3rd Year

390.00

430.50

4th Year

458.70

484.30

 

Table 2 - Allowances

 

Item

Clause

Description

Amount

 

 

 

$

1

 

Tool Allowance

 

 

16.1

Carpenter/Joiner

23.30 per week

 

16.1

Bricklayer

16.40 per week

 

16.2

Plumber

23.30 per week

 

16.3

Painter

5.60 per week

 

16.4

Plumber - Registration Allowance

0.50 per hour

2

 

Adjustments

 

 

16.2.2

Ships Plumber

0.26 per hour

 

16.2.3

Drainer (amount to be deducted)

0.05 per hour

 

16.3.2

Signwriter

0.41 per hour

 

16.3.3

Marbler and Grainer

0.41 per hour

 

16.3.4

Ship Painter

0.33 per hour

 

16.3.5

Casual Ships Painter

12.93 per day

 

16.3.6

Signwriter, Grainer, Gilder on Ship work

0.71 per hour

 

16.3.7(a)

Artworker Grade 2

0.40 per hour

 

16.3.7(b)

Artworker Grade 1

0.73 per hour

All Employees

3

17.2.1

Insulation

0.63 per hour

4

17.2.2

Hot Work

 

 

 

between 46 and 54 degrees

0.51 per hour

 

 

exceeding 54 degrees

0.63 per hour

5

17.2.3

Cold Work

0.51 per hour

6

17.2.4

Confined Spaces

0.63 per hour

7

17.2.5

Swing Scaffold

 

 

 

first four hours

3.69

 

 

every hour after

0.72 per hour

8

17.2.6

Wet Work

0.51 per hour

9

17.2.7

Dirty Work

0.51 per hour

10

17.2.8

Towers Allowance

 

 

 

above 15 meters in height

0.51 per hour

 

 

each additional 15 meters

0.51 per hour

11

17.2.9

Toxic Substances

 

 

 

preparation and application

0.63 per hour

 

 

when air conditioning plant not operating

0.41 per hour

 

 

Close Proximity to employees so engaged

0.51 per hour

12

17.2.11

Computing Quantities

 

 

 

All Trades except Plumbers

3.69 per day

 

 

Plumbers

0.51 per hour

13

17.2.12

Asbestos Eradication

1.71 per hour

Carpenters, Joiners and Bricklayers Only

14

17.3.1

Roof Work

0.63 per hour

15

17.3.2

Ship Repair

12.40 per week

16

17.3.3

Second Hand Timber

2.01 per day

17

17.3.4

Acid Work

1.35 per hour

18

17.3.5

Cleaning Down Brick Work

0.46 per hour

19

17.3.6

Bagging

0.46 per hour

20

17.3.7

Brick Cutting Machine

0.63 per hour

21

17.3.8

Heavy Blocks

 

 

 

weighting over 5.5 kg and under 9 kg

0.51 per hour

 

 

weighting over 9 kg and under 18 kg

0.93 per hour

 

 

weighting over 18 kg

1.30 per hour

Carpenters, Joiners, Bricklayers and Painters

22

17.4.1

Tunnel and Shaft

0.63 per hour

23

17.4.2

Furnace Work

1.35 per hour

24

17.4.3

Explosive Power Tools

1.21 per hour

Plumbers Only

25

17.5.1

Chokages

5.81 per day

26

17.5.2

WC's Urinals

0.63 per hour

27

17.5.3

Height Work

0.51 per hour

28

17.5.4

Lead Burner

0.64 per hour

 

 

Lead Burner in Chemical Works

0.85 per hour

 

 

Oxyacetelyne or Electric Welding Certificate

0.46 per hour

 

 

Welding in Compliance with AS4041-1998

0.67 per hour

 

 

 

Min per day $5.17

 

 

Welding other then under 17.5.4(c)

0.12 per hour

29

17.5.5

Using or in close proximity to Asbestos

0.63 per hour

30

17.5.6

Slaughter Yards

1.21 per hour

31

17.5.7

Roof Work

0.71 per hour

32

17.5.8

Use of Licences

 

 

 

Plumber’s Licence

0.78 per hour

 

 

Gasfitter’s Licence

0.78 per hour

 

 

Drainer’s Licence

0.68 per hour

 

 

Plumber’s and Drainer’s Licence

1.05 per hour

 

 

Plumber’s and Gasfitter’s Licence

1.05 per hour

 

 

Gasfitter and Drainers Licence

1.46 per hour

33

17.5.9

District Allowance

 

 

(a)

 

0.83 per hour

 

(b)

 

1.35 per hour

 

(c)

 

1.35 per hour

Ship Plumbers

34

17.6.1

Ballast and Oil Tanks

0.63 per hour

34

17.6.2

Bilges

0.46 per hour

38

17.6.3

Diesel Engines

0.46 per hour

Painters

37

17.7.2

Height Work

0.46 per hour

38

17.7.3

Use of Rigging or Scaffold Certificate

0.51 per hour

39

17.7.4

Spray Allowance

0.51 per hour

40

17.7.5

Power Tools

0.51 per hour

Builders Labourers

41

16.4.2

Builders Labourer engaged on maintenance

13.43 per week

 

16.4.3

Builders Labourer other than on maintenance

9.00per week

42

17.8.1

Work on Acid Resistant Brick Work

0.48 per hour

 

17.8.2

Boilers, furnaces, Kilns, etc

0.48 per hour

43

17.9.1

Apprentices use of Rigging or Scaffold Certificate

0.51 per hour

44

18

Leading Hand

Per week

 

 

Carpenters and Bricklayers

 

 

 

In charge of:

 

 

 

not more than 1 person

14.50 per week

 

 

more than 2 but not more than 5 persons      

31.80 per week

 

 

more than 5 but not more than 10 persons   

40.60 per week

 

 

more  than 10 persons

54.10 per week

 

 

 

 

 

 

Plumbers

 

 

 

In charge of:

 

 

 

up to 2 journeypersons

0.69 per hour

 

 

3 to 5 journey persons

0.82 per hour

 

 

5 to 10 journeypersons

1.05 per hour

 

 

over 10 journeypersons

1.35 per hour

 

 

 

 

 

 

Painters

 

 

 

In charge of:

 

 

 

1 to 5 journeypersons (and/or apprentices)

6.38 per day

 

 

6 to 15 journeypersons (and/or apprentices)

7.96 per day

 

 

more than 15 journeypersons (and/or apprentices)

10.88 per day

 

 

 

 

 

 

Builders’ Labourers

 

 

 

In charge of

 

 

 

not less than 2 nor more than 5 persons

26.30 per week

 

 

not less than 5 nor more than 10 persons

33.00 per week

 

 

more than 10 persons

44.50 per week

45

20.3.2

Ships Work - Special Places

0.46 per hour

46

20.3.3

Insulations with granulated cork

0.46 per hour

47

20.4

Removal Bitumous Compounds

0.46 per hour

48

 

Industry Allowance

22.60

49

15.2

Overtime Meal Allowance

10.50 per meal

50

22.3.1(b)

Living Away from Home - Weekly

356.50 per week

51

22.3.1(c)

Living Away from Home - Daily

51.00 per day

52

22.4.1(a)(iii)

Travel Expenses - Meal

10.50 per meal

53

22.4.1(b)(i)

Return Journey

17.10 per occasion

54

22.6.5

Weekend Return Home

28.90 per

55

24.1.1

First Aid Allowance

2.11 per day

56

26.2.1

Loss of Tools and Clothing

1348.00

 

3.          This variation shall take effect from the beginning of the first pay period to commence on or after 10 July 2006.

 

 

 

T. M. KAVANAGH J

 

 

____________________

 

 

Printed by the authority of the Industrial Registrar.

 

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