Occupational Health Nurses'
(State) Award 2006
COMMISSION OF NEW SOUTH WALES
Correction to Serial
C5601 published 6 July 2007
(362 I.G. 1317)
(No. IRC 4201 of 2005)
1. Delete instruction
8, and substitute the following:
8. Insert the
following new item 19(vii) into clause 19, Personal/Carer's Leave, as follows:
(vii) Personal Carers Entitlement for casual employees -
(1) Subject to the
evidentiary and notice requirements in 19(i)(b) and 19(i)(vi) casual employees
are entitled to not be available to attend work, or to leave work if they need
to care for a person prescribed in subclause 19(i)(c)(2) of this clause who are
sick and require care and support, or who require care due to an unexpected
emergency, or the birth of a child.
(2) The employer
and the employee shall agree on the period for which the employee will be
entitled to not be available to attend work. In the absence of agreement, the
employee is entitled to not be available to attend work for up to 48 hours
(i.e. two days) per occasion. The casual employee is not entitled to any
payment for the period of non-attendance.
(3) An employer
must not fail to re-engage a casual employee because the employee accessed the
entitlements provided for in this clause. The rights of an employer to engage
or not to engage a casual employee are otherwise not affected.
M. GRIMSON Industrial
Printed by the
authority of the Industrial Registrar.