Sydney Trains Enterprise Agreement – Log of Claims
Bulletin 21 – 2017
To: Infrastructure Division Members – Sydney Trains,
From the feedback provided by RTBU members via the Enterprise Agreement surveys sent out earlier this year, a draft Log of Claims was formulated and presented to your employee representatives who attended a Combined Rail Union (CRU) meeting at Unions NSW on Tuesday, 13th June 2017.
At this meeting the Log of Claims was unanimously endorsed by your employee representatives. For your information, attached to this bulletin is the finalised and endorsed Log of Claims for the Sydney Trains Enterprise Agreement negotiations later this year.
The RTBU Infrastructure Division members are being represented in the negotiations by some of the most influential, knowledgeable and staunch RTBU Infrastructure delegates within Sydney Trains. The following names are the RTBU Infrastructure Division delegates/activists who will serve as a point of contact for information relating to the enterprise agreement;
Scott Wilson – Hamilton Anthony Sherman – Clyde Brett Devlin – Gosford
Mick Sullivan – Hornsby Ray West – Gosford Tarvinder Panesar – Sydenham
Kerry Williams – Clyde Steve Gauci – Glenfield Anthony Koziol – Wollongong
Alan Cameron – Strathfield Bill Bohan – Lawson
Khaled Sakr – Lidcombe Gennaro Balzano – Blacktown
These representatives will be flying the union flag and fighting for much deserved improvements to the employment conditions for all Sydney Trains Infrastructure employees. They will need your assistance and support in what is gearing up to be a tough round of negotiations later this year.
If you wish to discuss or provide any feedback on the Log of Claims we welcome you to contact your Union Organisers on the below contact details or talk to your local delegate.
Ph: 02 9264 2511 or Mob: 0499 710 707
Ph: 02 9264 2511 or Mob: 0418 166 742
Also attached to this bulletin is a ‘Make Your Voice Heard’ form. This is YOUR Enterprise Agreement and this is YOUR Log of Claims, it’s time to Make YOUR Voice Heard by signing on to tell management that fair pay and safe conditions matter to you and that you and your workmates are ready to stand and fight for it!
The negotiations with Sydney and NSW Trains are scheduled to begin sometime in August or September 2017.