Table of Contents - AP765552

PRE-AMBLE
APPENDIX B WHO IS BOUND (LIST OF UNIONS)
1. AWARD TITLE
2. ARRANGEMENT
3. DEFINITIONS
4. DATE THE AWARD STARTS
5. WHERE AND WHO THE AWARD COVERS
6. WHO IS BOUND BY THIS AWARD
7. RELATIONSHIP WITH OTHER AWARDS
8. ENTERPRISE FLEXIBILITY PROVISIONS
9. POSTING OF AWARD
10. TYPES OF EMPLOYMENT
11. RATES OF PAY
12. STAND DOWN
13. APPRENTICESHIP
14. TRAVELLING TIME PAYMENTS
15. PERMANENT TRANSFERS
16. HOURS OF DUTY (DAY WORK)
17. HOURS OF DUTY - SHIFT WORK
18. OVERTIME AND RECALL TO DUTY
19. HOLIDAYS AND SUNDAY WORK
20. HIGHER DUTIES ALLOWANCE
21. ANNUAL LEAVE
22. PAYMENT OF SALARY
23. PROCEDURES FOR AVOIDING AND RESOLVING DISPUTES
24. LONG SERVICE LEAVE
25. TRANSPORT OR TRANSPORT ALLOWANCE
26. TRAINING PROVISIONS
27. JURY SERVICE
28. PRIVATE MOTOR VEHICLE ALLOWANCE
29. TRAVELLING AND ACCOMMODATION ALLOWANCES
30. SERVICE ENGINEER OR FIELD WORK
31. CLOTHING ALLOWANCE
32. ACCIDENT MAKE-UP PAY
33. INDEMNITY/INSURANCE
34. FIRST AID ALLOWANCE
35. TOOL ALLOWANCE
36. DISABILITY ALLOWANCES
37. TERMINATION OF EMPLOYMENT
38. REDUNDANCY
39. TRANSMISSION OF BUSINESS
40. PERSONAL LEAVE
41. PARENTAL LEAVE
42. ANTI-DISCRIMINATION
43. FACILITATIVE PROVISIONS
44. ALLOWANCES
APPENDIX A WHO IS BOUND (LIST OF EMPLOYERS)
APPENDIX B WHO IS BOUND (LIST OF UNIONS)
Aircraft Engineers (General Aviation) Award 1999

AP765552 - Aircraft Engineers (General Aviation) Award 1999.


AUSTRALIAN INDUSTRIAL REGISTRY CONSOLIDATION

This AIR consolidated award incorporates all amendments up to and including 9 March 2006 (variation PR969581).

Clauses affected by the most recent amendment(s) are:

Appendix B – Who is bound (list of unions)


About this Award:
This award is partially superseded by the Pearl Aviation Aircraft Engineers’ Award 2004 [AW833810] in respect of Pearl Aviation Pty Ltd only [formerly known as Skywest Aviation Pty Ltd].

Printed by authority of the Commonwealth Government Printer.


Disclaimer:
Please note that this consolidated award is prepared by the Australian Industrial Registry and is believed to be accurate but no warranty of accuracy or reliability is given and no liability is accepted for errors or omissions or loss or damage suffered as a result of a person acting in reliance thereon.

Copies of official decisions, awards and orders of the Australian Industrial Relations Commission can be accessed at no cost through the Commission’s web site (www.airc.gov.au) or purchased from any office of the Australian Industrial Registry.

AP765552 [Pre-Reform AIR Consolidation]

AUSTRALIAN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS COMMISSION

Workplace Relations Act 1996

Review of awards pursuant to Item 51 of Part 2 of Schedule 5 of the
Workplace Relations and Other Legislation Amendment Act 1996
(C No. 00062 of 1998)

AIRCRAFT ENGINEERS (GENERAL AVIATION) AWARD 1982
(ODN C No. 02969 of 1982)
[Print F1007 [A0113]]

Various employees
Airline operations


COMMISSIONER WILKS
SYDNEY, 9 JUNE 1999


Award simplification.

ORDER


A. Further to the decision issued by the Commission on 9 June 1999, [Print R5740] the above award is varied as follows:

By deleting all clauses, schedules and appendices and inserting the following:

1. AWARD TITLE

This award will be known as the Aircraft Engineers (General Aviation) Award 1999.

2. ARRANGEMENT

[2 varied by PR901272 from 09Jun99]


This award is arranged as follows:

1. Award title

2. Arrangement [PR901272]

3. Definitions [PR901272]

4. Date the award starts

5. Where and who the award covers

6. Who is bound by this award

7. Relationship with other awards

8. Enterprise flexibility provisions

9. Posting of award

10. Types of employment

11. Rates of pay [PR962956]

12. Stand down

13. Apprenticeship [PR901272]

14. Travelling time payments

15. Permanent transfers

16. Hours of duty (day work)

17. Hours of duty - shift work [PR962393]

18. Overtime and recall to duty [PR962393]

19. Holidays and Sunday work

20. Higher duties allowance

21. Annual leave

22. Payment of salary

23. Procedures for avoiding and resolving disputes [PR901272]

24. Long service leave [PR901272]

25. Transport or transport allowance [PR962393]

26. Training provisions

27. Jury service

28. Private motor vehicle allowance

29. Travelling and accommodation allowances

30. Service engineer or field work [PR962393]

31. Clothing allowance

32. Accident make-up pay [PR901272]

33. Indemnity/insurance

34. First aid allowance [PR962393]

35. Tool allowance [PR962393]

36. Disability allowances [PR962393]

37. Termination of employment

38. Redundancy [PR901272]

39. Transmission of business

40. Personal leave [PR901272]

41. Parental leave [PR901272]

42. Anti-discrimination

43. Facilitative provisions [PR901272]

44. Allowances [PR901272]

Appendix A – Who is bound (list of employers)
Appendix B – Who is bound (list of unions) [PR969581]


3. DEFINITIONS

[3.1 corrected by PR901272 from 09Jun99]


3.1 Accident has the same meaning as defined in Part 2A of division 1 of the Air Navigation Act 1920.

[3.2 corrected by PR901272 from 09Jun99]

3.2 Accommodation means accommodation which is, as a minimum, quiet and free from factors which reduce adequate rest.

3.3 Actual rate of pay is defined as the total amount an employee would normally receive for 38 hours of ordinary work. Such rate will expressly exclude overtime, penalty rates, disability allowances, shift allowances, special rates, fares and travelling time allowances, and any other ancillary payments of a like nature. This definition will not include production bonuses and other methods of payment by results which by virtue of their basis of calculation already produce the result intended by this clause.

3.4 Aircraft maintenance engineer (A.M.E.) means any tradesperson who is engaged in the maintenance, repair, overhaul, modification, assembly and/or testing of aircraft, aircraft systems, aircraft components, aircraft engines and/or associated equipment.

3.5 CAOs are the Civil Aviation Orders.

3.6 CARs are the Civil Aviation Regulations.

3.7 CASA is the Civil Aviation Safety Authority and includes any successor organisation.

3.8 Dependant has the meaning as defined in the Australian Income Tax Assessment Act 1936.

3.9 Employee means any person employed by the employer in any of the classifications contained in this award.

3.10 Employer or operator means the employer(s) named in Appendix A – Who is bound (list of employers).

3.11 Ground engineer (unlicensed) - See definition of Aircraft maintenance engineer (AME) in 3.4.

3.12 Home base means any base at which an employee is domiciled for a period in excess of 180 days.

[3.13 corrected by PR901272 from 09Jun99]

3.13 Incident has the same meaning as defined in Part 2A of division 1 of the Air Navigation Act 1920.

3.14 Leading hand means an employee who, on the authority of the employer, is required to direct and supervise other employees in the course of their employment.

3.15 Licensed aircraft maintenance engineer means an employee who holds a current licence in any of the following categories: airframes, engines, radio systems, electrical installations, instrument installations, appropriate to an aircraft type operated or maintained by the employer.

3.16 Licensed aircraft maintenance engineer (airframes) grade 1 means a licensed aircraft maintenance engineer holding at least one rating in an airframe category licence granted under CAO 100.91 Issue 3, endorsed for airframe groups 1 or 2 on aircraft operated or maintained by the employer.

3.17 Licensed aircraft maintenance engineer (airframes) grade 2 means a Licensed aircraft maintenance engineer holding the ratings in an airframe category licence granted under CAO 100.91 Issue 3, endorsed for airframe groups 1 and 5 on aircraft operated or maintained by the employer.

3.18 Licensed aircraft maintenance engineer (airframes) grade 3 means a licensed aircraft maintenance engineer holding the ratings of an airframe category licence granted under CAO 100.9 issue 3 endorsed for airframe groups, 1, 5 and 10 or 2 and 19 or 20 on aircraft operated or maintained by the employer.

3.19 Licensed aircraft maintenance engineer (electrical) grade 1 means a licensed aircraft maintenance engineer holding an electrical category licence granted under CAO 100.94 Issue 3, endorsed for group 1 on aircraft operated or maintained by the employer.

3.20 Licensed aircraft maintenance engineer (electrical) grade 2 means a licensed aircraft maintenance engineer holding an electrical category licence granted under CAO 100.94 Issue 3, endorsed for groups 1 and 2 on aircraft operated or maintained by the employer.

3.21 Licensed aircraft maintenance engineer (electrical) grade 3 means a licensed aircraft maintenance engineer holding an electrical category licence granted under CAO 100.94 Issue 3, endorsed for groups 1, 2 and 20 aircraft listed in CAO Issue 3, Appendix 4 which are operated or maintained by the employer.

3.22 Licensed aircraft maintenance engineer (engines) grade 1 means a licensed aircraft maintenance engineer holding the ratings in an engine category licence granted under CAO 100.92 Issue 2, endorsed for engine groups 1 or 2 on aircraft operated or maintained by the employer.

3.23 Licensed aircraft maintenance engineer (engines) grade 2 means a licensed aircraft maintenance engineer holding the ratings in an engine category licence granted under CAO 100.92 Issue 2, endorsed for engine groups 1 and 3 or 2 and 3 on aircraft operated or maintained by the employer.

3.24 Licensed aircraft maintenance engineer (engines) grade 3 means a licensed aircraft maintenance engineer holding the ratings in an engine category licence granted under CAO 100.92 Issue 2, endorsed for engine groups 21 or 22 on aircraft operated or maintained by the employer.

3.25 Licensed aircraft maintenance engineer (instrument) grade 1 means a licensed aircraft maintenance engineer holding an instrument category licence granted under CAO 100.95 Issue 3, endorsed for instrument group 1 on aircraft operated or maintained by the employer.

3.26 Licensed aircraft maintenance engineer (instrument) grade 2 means a licensed aircraft maintenance engineer holding an instrument category licence granted under CAO 100.95 Issue 3, endorsed for groups 1, 3 and 5 or 7 (rotor craft) and 8 on aircraft operated or maintained by the employer.

3.27 Licensed aircraft maintenance engineer (instrument) grade 3 means a licensed aircraft maintenance engineer holding an instrument category licence granted under CAO 100.95 Issue 3, endorsed in groups 1, 8, 9 and 10 or 7 (rotor craft) in lieu of 10 and for group 20 aircraft listed in CAO 100.95, Appendix 4 which are operated or maintained by the employer.

3.28 Licensed aircraft maintenance engineer (radio) grade 1 means a licensed aircraft maintenance engineer holding a radio category licence granted under CAO 100.93 Issue 3, endorsed in groups 1 or 2 radio systems on aircraft operated or maintained by the employer.

3.29 Licensed aircraft maintenance engineer (radio) grade 2 means a Licensed aircraft maintenance engineer grade 1, holding a radio category licence granted under CAO 100.93 Issue 3, endorsed in groups 1 or 2 and one of groups 3, 4 or 5 radio systems on aircraft operated or maintained by the employer.

3.30 Licensed aircraft maintenance engineer (radio) grade 3 means a Licensed aircraft maintenance engineer grade 2, holding a radio category licence granted under CAO 100.93 Issue 3, endorsed in groups 3, 4 and 5 and one of groups 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 or 11 radio systems on aircraft operated or maintained by the employer.

3.31 Tradesperson's assistant means an adult employee who is engaged in assisting a Licensed aircraft maintenance engineer and/or a tradesperson who is engaged in dismantling and/or cleaning of components and/or oiling/greasing and/or paint stripping.

3.32 Union or Association means any one or more of the organisations listed in Appendix B – Who is bound (list of unions).

Note: References to CAO 100.95 include Issue 3, Appendix 3 and Appendix 3 amended to Appendix 4.


4. DATE THE AWARD STARTS

This award comes into force on 9 June 1999 and remains in force for a period of twelve months.

5. WHERE AND WHO THE AWARD COVERS

5.1 The award applies in Australia and its Territories.

5.2 This award is applicable to the industry of, and the employment of persons employed in General Aviation in classifications contained in this award.


6. WHO IS BOUND BY THIS AWARD

The award is binding upon each of the employers and/or operators named in Appendix A – Who is bound (list of employers); and the organisations of employees named in Appendix B – Who is bound (list of unions).

7. RELATIONSHIP WITH OTHER AWARDS

This award supersedes the Aircraft Engineers (General Aviation) Award 1982, Roping-In Award No. 1 of 1988, Roping-In Award No 1 of 1990, Roping-In Awards Nos 1, 2, and 3 of 1991 and Roping-In Award No 1 of 1994, relating to employment in the industry covered by this award as specified in 5.2. No right, obligation or liability accrued or incurred under such previous awards will be affected by the supersession.

8. ENTERPRISE FLEXIBILITY PROVISIONS

8.1 Where an employer or employee(s) wish to pursue an agreement at the enterprise or workplace about how the award should be varied so as to make the enterprise or workplace operate more efficiently according to its particular needs the following process will apply:

8.1.1 A consultative mechanism and procedures appropriate to the size, structure and needs of the enterprise or workplace will be established.

8.1.2 For the purpose of the consultative process the employees may nominate the Association or unions to represent them.

8.1.3 Where agreement is reached an application will be made to the Commission.


9. POSTING OF AWARD

This award will be exhibited by each employer on their premises in a place accessible to all employees.

10. TYPES OF EMPLOYMENT

10.1 General

10.1.1 Employees under this award will be employed in one of the following categories:

Full time

Part time

Casual

10.1.2 At the time of engagement an employer will inform each employee of the terms of their engagement and in particular whether they are to be full-time, part-time or casual. Which will include, with the exception of casuals, any provision for a probationary period not greater than six monthss.

10.2 Casual employment

A casual employee for working ordinary time will be paid 1/38th of the weekly award wage prescribed plus 20%, with a minimum payment of three hours per engagement.

10.3 Part-time employment

10.3.1 An employer may employ part-time employees in any classification in this award.

10.3.2 A part-time employee is an employee who works less than full-time.

Has reasonably predictable hours of work, and

Receives, on a pro rata basis, equivalent pay and conditions of those of full-time employees who do the same kind of work.

10.3.3 At the time of engagement the employer and the part-time employee will agree in writing, on a regular pattern of work, which days of the week the employee will work.

10.3.4 Any agreed variation to the regular pattern of work will be recorded in writing.

10.3.5 An employer may roster a part-time employee for a minimum of two consecutive hours.

10.3.6 An employee who does not meet the definition of part-time employee and who is not a full-time employee will be paid as a casual employee in accordance with 10.2.1.


11. RATES OF PAY

11.1 An adult employee in a classification or on a class of work specified in this clause (other than an apprentice) will be paid the following minimum rates of pay, licence payments and additional rates per week assigned to that classification or class of work.

11.2 The relativities within this award are based on the rate in 11.4 (Aircraft Maintenance Engineer) being 100% of the C10 (fitter) rate in the Metal Industry Award.

11.3 Trades assistants

[11.3 varied by PR902116, corrected by PR907549; varied by PR933662 PR962393; substituted by PR962956 ppc 21Sep05]

The weekly wage rate for a trades assistant shall be “$449.40”.

11.4 Aircraft maintenance engineers (including tradespersons)

[11.4 varied by PR902116, corrected by PR907549; varied by PR933662 PR962393; substituted by PR962956 ppc 21Sep05]

The weekly wage rate for an aircraft maintenance engineers (including tradespersons) shall be “507.20”.

11.5 Licensed aircraft maintenance engineers

[11.5 varied by PR902116, corrected by PR907549; varied by PR933662 PR962393; substituted by PR962956 ppc 21Sep05]


$/week
Grade 1
551.70
Grade 2
584.30
Grade 3
618.80

11.6 Licence payments

For each specific type or group rating held by a Licensed aircraft maintenance engineer on aircraft which are operated or maintained by the employer, additional payments per week will be made in accordance with the following tables:

11.6.1 Airframe category

[11.6.1 varied by PR902116; corrected by PR907549; varied by PR933662; substituted by PR962393 ppc 01Sep05]

Group
1
2
3
4
5
6

$9.80
$9.80
$6.60
$6.60
$9.80
$3.30







Group
7
10
19
20

$6.60
$20.20
$13.10
$10.00 each aircraft type

11.6.2 Engine category

[11.6.2 varied by PR902116; corrected by PR907549; varied by PR933662; substituted by PR962393 ppc 01Sep05]

Group
1
2
3
21
22

$13.10
$13.10
$13.10
$31.70
$31.70

First endorsement in group 21 or 22 = $31.70

Each additional endorsement= $10.00

11.6.3 Electrical category

[11.6.3 varied by PR902116; corrected by PR907549; varied by PR933662; substituted by PR962393 ppc 01Sep05]

Group
1
2
20

$13.00
$19.10
$31.70 first endorsement



$10.00 each additional endorsement

11.6.4 Instrument category

[11.6.4 varied by PR902116; corrected by PR907549; varied by PR933662; substituted by PR962393 ppc 01Sep05]

Group
1
3
5
7
8
9
10

$9.80
$6.70
$10.30
$10.30
$3.40
$6.60
$31.70 (rotor craft)








Group
20




$10.00 each endorsement



Note 1: Each additional type group 20 = $10.00

Note 2: Where helicopters only are operated group 7 = $31.70

Plus $10.00 for each additional type (group 19)

11.6.5 Radio systems category

[11.6.5 varied by PR902116; corrected by PR907549; varied by PR933662; substituted by PR962393 ppc 01Sep05]

Group
1
2
3
4
5
6

$8.40
$8.40
$8.20
$8.20
$8.20
$5.80







Group
7
8
9
10
11


$5.80
$5.80
$5.80
$5.80
$5.80

11.7 Licence payment (multi-categories)

[11.7 varied by PR902116; corrected by PR907549; varied by PR933662; PR962393 ppc 01Sep05]

For each second and subsequent category in which a licensed aircraft maintenance engineer is licensed on aircraft which are operated or maintained by the employer, an additional $6.70 per week will be paid.

11.8 Licence payments (limitation)

[11.8 varied by PR902116; corrected by PR907549; varied by PR933662; PR962393 ppc 01Sep05]

The aggregate of all additional payments in clauses 11.6 and 11.7 will not exceed $147.40 per week.

11.9 Non-reduction

Where an aircraft ceases to be operated or maintained by an employer, a licensed aircraft maintenance engineer holding a rating on that aircraft only, will continue to be paid the employee’s base rate of pay and the employee’s licence payment. Such base rate and licence payment are offset against all future wage increases until overtaken by the rate for an aircraft maintenance engineer with equivalent service.

11.10 Junior employees

11.10.1 Subject to the provisions of 12.1, juniors may be employed when necessary.

11.10.2 Juniors so employed will be paid in accordance with the following:

Age
% of adult tradesperson's assistant rate


up to and including 17 years
55
at 18 years
85
at 19 years
93
at 20 years
100

11.11 Additional rates of pay

11.11.1 For each appointment, authority or approval held by an employee and which the employee is required to use, the following additional payments will be made:

[11.11.2 varied by PR902116; corrected by PR907549; varied by PR933662; PR962393 ppc 01Sep05]

11.11.2 An employee appointed by the employer as a leading hand - $27.20 per week.

[11.11.3 varied by PR902116; corrected by PR907549; varied by PR933662; PR962393 ppc 01Sep05]

11.11.3 An employee exercising the privileges of a weight control authority under CAO 100.28 - $36.50 per week.

[11.11.4 varied by PR902116; corrected by PR907549; varied by PR933662; PR962393 ppc 01Sep05]

11.11.4 An employee exercising the privileges as an appointment signatory under CAO 104.1.3.2 - $13.00 per week.

11.11.5 An employee exercising the privileges of a maintenance authorisation under CAO 100.24 as per clause 11.6 for specific type ratings in engine or airframe category, or 50% of the appropriate group rating in electrical, instrument or radio categories. This payment will be made for no longer than six months.

[11.11.6 varied by PR902116; corrected by PR907549; varied by PR933662; PR962393 ppc 01Sep05]

11.11.6 An employee exercising the privileges of a non-destructive testing authorisation under CAO 100.27 - $7.00 per week for each specified method of testing. The sum of such payments will not exceed $17.60 per week.

[11.11.7 varied by PR902116; corrected by PR907549; varied by PR933662; PR962393 ppc 01Sep05]

11.11.7 An employee exercising the privileges of a welding authority under CAO 100.25 - $17.60 per week.

[11.11.8 varied by PR902116; corrected by PR907549; varied by PR933662; PR962393 ppc 01Sep05]

11.11.8 An employee exercising the privileges of a taxiing approval - $7.00 per week.

[11.11.9 varied by PR902116; corrected by PR907549; varied by PR933662; PR962393 ppc 01Sep05]

11.11.9 An employee in control of an engine overhaul test facility - $3.60 per day or part of a day.

11.12 Time-keeping

The employer may select and utilise for time-keeping purposes any fractional or decimal proportion of an hour (not exceeding six minutes or 0.1 of an hour) and may apply such proportion in the calculation of the working time of employees who, without reasonable cause promptly communicated to the employer, report for duty after their appointed starting time or cease work before their appointed finishing time. Any proportion adopted for these purposes will also be applied for the calculation of overtime.

[11.13 inserted by PR902116; corrected by PR907549; varied by PR933662; PR962393 ppc 01Sep05]

11.13 The rates of pay in this award include the arbitrated safety net adjustment payable under the Safety Net Review - Wages May 2001 decision [PR002001]. This arbitrated safety net adjustment may be offset against any equivalent amount in rates of pay received by employees whose wages and conditions of employment are regulated by this award which are above the wage rates prescribed in the award. Such above award payments include wages payable pursuant to certified agreements, currently operating enterprise flexibility agreements, Australian workplace agreements, award variations to give effect to enterprise agreements and overaward arrangements. Absorption which is contrary to the terms of an agreement is not required.

Increases made under previous National Wage Case principles or under the current Statement of Principles, excepting those resulting from enterprise agreements, are not to be used to offset arbitrated safety net adjustments.


12. STAND DOWN

12.1 The employer will have the right to deduct payment for any day an employee cannot be usefully employed because of any strike or stoppage of work through any cause for which the employer cannot reasonably be held responsible, subject to the following conditions:

12.1.1 The employer will notify the employee. During the period the notification remains in force the employee will be deemed to be stood down for the purpose of this clause.

12.1.2 An employee who is stood down will be treated for all purposes (other than payment of wages) as having continuity of service and employment regardless of such standing down.

12.1.3 An employee who is stood down may at any time during the period of stand down terminate the employee’s employment without notice and will be entitled to receive from the employer as soon as practicable any monies due at the time of termination. The day on which the employee exercises the right of termination without notice will be the day on which the employment is terminated.

12.1.4 An employee whose employment is terminated under 12.1.4 will for all purposes (other than payment in lieu of notice) be treated as if the employee’s employment had been terminated by the employer without default of the employee.

12.1.5 An employee who is stood down will be free to take other employment.

12.1.6 Apart from an employee who is a member of union or association engaged in a strike or stoppage at any establishment of the employer, an employee stood down for a period of more than five working days who has exercised the right to take other employment will be entitled to work out in such other employment notice of up to one week. Provided the employee notifies the employer that they are doing this.

12.1.7 An employee whom the employer proposes to stand down may elect to take, for the period of the stand down only and for such further time as is reasonably required for the employee to return to the employee’s normal residence, any annual leave to which the employee is entitled or which is accruing to the employee and upon such election being exercised the employee's annual leave will be reduced accordingly.

12.1.8 The employer will not deduct payment for any day prescribed by the award affecting the particular employer as a public holiday which occurs during the period of stand down of an employee (other than of an employee who is a member of a union or an association engaged in a strike or stoppage at any establishment of the employer) except to the extent that such employee has become entitled to payment for the holiday in other employment. An employee claiming payment for a holiday will, if required by the employer, provide a statutory declaration setting out details of any other employment during this period and the remuneration received.


13. APPRENTICESHIP

[13 corrected by PR901272 from 09Jun99]

13.1 Cancellation or suspension of indenture

An Apprenticeship may be cancelled or suspended only in accordance with the requirements of the contact of apprenticeship or training agreement and the requirements of State legislation and the Apprenticeship Authority.

13.2 Period of apprenticeship

The period of apprenticeship will be four years.

13.3 Probationary period

Juniors may be taken on probation for three months and if apprenticed such three months will count as part of their period of apprenticeship. In New South Wales and Victoria an employer will within fourteen days of employing a probationer notify the appropriate apprenticeship authorities of the employment of such probationer to any of the trades mentioned therein.

13.4 Wages

13.4.1 The minimum weekly rates of wages for apprentices will be a percentage of the ordinary weekly wage rate prescribed in 11.4 for an unlicensed engineer or tradesperson on commencement.


%
First year
42
Second year
55
Third year
75
Fourth year
88

13.4.2 The total wages of apprentices will be calculated to the nearest ten cents, any broken part of ten cents in the result less than five cents to be disregarded.

13.4.3 An employee who is under 21 years of age on the expiration of the employee’s apprenticeship and thereafter works as a junior in the occupation to which the employee has been apprenticed will be paid at not less than the adult rate prescribed for that classification.

13.5 Overtime and shift work

No apprentice under the age of eighteen years will be required to work overtime or shift work at times which would prevent the employee’s attendance at technical school as required by any statute, award or regulation applicable.

13.6 Payment by results

An apprentice will not work under any system of payment by results.

13.7 Lost time

The apprentice at the end of the calendar period of any year in which the employee has actually given service to the employer:

less than the ordinary working days prescribed in the award for the trade, or

during which the employee has unlawfully absented themself without the employer's consent

will, for every day short of the said number of working days, and for every day of such absences, serve one day, and the calendar period of the succeeding year or the employee’s service will not be deemed to begin until the said additional day or days have been served. In calculating the extra time to be so served the apprentice will be credited with time which the employee has worked during the relevant year in excess of the employee’s ordinary hours.

13.8 Attendance at technical schools

Apprentices attending technical colleges or schools and presenting reports of satisfactory conduct will be reimbursed all fees paid by them.

13.9 Operation of State laws

13.9.1 In any State in which any statute relating to apprentices is, or will be, in force; or in which any authority with statutory power has, or may, issue any regulation relating to apprentices, these statutes or regulations will operate in these States. Provided that the provisions are not inconsistent with this award.

13.9.2 The provision of any statute, award or regulation relating to the attendance of apprentices at technical school during ordinary working hours; or to disciplinary powers of apprenticeship authorities over apprentices and employers; will not be deemed to be inconsistent with this award.


14. TRAVELLING TIME PAYMENTS

14.1 For the purposes of this clause, travelling time includes all time spent travelling to and from the airport, and all waiting time subsequent to the planned departure time. It will be limited to travel within Australia.

14.1.1 Travel during rostered working hours will be paid for at the appropriate working time rate.

14.1.2 Travel outside normal rostered hours will be paid for at the appropriate overtime rate.

14.1.3 Travel on rostered days off, Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays, will be paid for at the appropriate penalty rate.

Where an employee receives a ten hour break prior to returning to the employee’s home base, such return travel will be paid for as provided in this award.

14.2 Relief duty

Where an employee receives less than two days' notice to take up relief duty away from the employee’s home base, time spent travelling will be paid for at the appropriate penalty rate. Where an employee receives two or more days', notice payment will be made as provided in 14.1.

14.3 Engineering school

Where an employee is required by the employer to travel to or from engineering school, time spent travelling on rostered days off, Saturdays, Sundays or public holidays will be paid for at the appropriate penalty rate for a minimum of four hours.

14.4 For the purposes of this award, time spent travelling will not be included in the employee's ten hour break between periods of duty.


15. PERMANENT TRANSFERS

15.1 An employee on permanent transfer will be entitled to receive payment from the employer for all reasonable expenses incurred by the removal of themself, their spouse and dependants, their furniture, possessions and personal effects from one home base to another home base as approved by the employer in advance.

15.2 For the purposes of this clause, a base will be regarded as a home base if the employee is transferred there for a period which exceeds 180 days. A transfer to a base other than a home base expressed to be for a period less than 180 days will become a transfer to another home base if the employee is notified in writing during the course of that period that the transfer will extend for a period beyond 180 days. In such cases temporary reimbursement will cease and the provisions of 15.1 will become applicable.

15.3 When special circumstances arise, employees may be allowed additional expenses subject to agreement in writing prior to transfer.


16. HOURS OF DUTY (DAY WORK)

16.1 The ordinary hours of work will be an average of 38 hours per week Monday to Friday.

16.2 The employer and a majority of affected employees may agree to work additional ordinary hours up to a total 40 average hours per week Monday to Friday with one regular rostered day off in each four week cycle.

16.3 The ordinary hours will be worked continuously, except for meal breaks between 0600 hours and 1800 hours. Provided that the spread of hours may be altered by mutual agreement between an employer and the majority of employees in the establishment or section concerned, in accordance with the facilitative provisions in 42.5.

16.4 An appropriate union will be advised of any agreement to vary the spread of hours in accordance with this subclause in an establishment where there are members of that union employed.

16.5 Employees will receive an unpaid meal break of not less than half an hour and not more than one hour which will be taken after no more than five hours ordinary work, and one tea-break of not more than fifteen minutes duration. Provided that this clause may be varied by agreement in accordance with 42.6.


17. HOURS OF DUTY - SHIFT WORK

17.1 The ordinary hours of work will be an average of 38 hours per week or any five, six or seven days.

17.2 The employer and a majority of affected employees may agree to arrange shifts which require up to an average 40 hours per week with one regular rostered day off in each four week cycle.

17.3 For the purposes of this clause, the following definitions will apply:

17.3.1 Early morning shift means a shift which commences not earlier than 0500 but prior to 0600.

17.3.2 Day shift means a shift which commences at 0600 or later but finishes at or before 1800.

17.3.3 Afternoon shift means a shift finishing after 1800 but not later than midnight.

17.3.4 Night shift means a shift which finishes after midnight but before 1300.

17.4 The ordinary hours of shift work will not exceed:

eight hours in any shift

152 hours in four roster weeks

17.5 Shift workers will be paid the following shift loadings:

17.5.1 All shifts worked on Saturday - time and a half

17.5.2 All shifts worked on Sunday - double time

17.5.3 All shifts worked on public holidays as defined in this award (with the exception of Christmas Day (25 December) and Good Friday) - double time

17.5.4 All shifts worked on Christmas Day (25 December) and Good Friday - double time and a half

17.5.5 All shifts worked Monday 0001 hours to Friday 2359 hours:

Shift

Early morning shift
15% extra
Afternoon shift
15% extra
Night shift
22.5% extra

[17.5.6 varied by PR902116; corrected by PR907549; varied by PR933662; PR962393 ppc 01Sep05]

17.5.6 Afternoon and night shifts on weekends and public holidays - $7.90 extra per shift.

17.6 Shift workers will be granted in each shift a meal break of not less than twenty minutes duration plus two tea-break of not more than fifteen minutes duration which will count as time worked. The meal break will be taken within five hours of commencing ordinary shift; provided however, that where an employee works more than five hours without a meal break, the employee will be paid at overtime rates until the meal break commences.

17.7 Except at the change over of shifts, an employee will not be required to work more than one shift in any one day.

17.8 An employee will be granted at least ten hours free of duty between periods of duty or paid at overtime rates until such time off is granted.

17.9 Shift work rosters will specify the commencing times of shifts and will be posted to give at least seven days' notice of any change; provided however, that the shift work roster may be varied by agreement between the employer and a majority of the employees affected, provided the appropriate union is advised of the change within seven days, or in the absence of agreement, by seven days' notice of alteration given by the employer to the employee.

17.10 Where any shift worker is required to change position within the employee’s established shift work roster, the employee will be given at least two days' notice of the change, or in the absence of such notice, the employee will be paid for those shifts worked during the employee’s period at the rate of double time.

17.11 An employee who is required to transfer to another maintenance base with less than two days' notice, for a period in excess of two days, will be deemed to have changed the employee’s roster and will be entitled to the payments prescribed under 17.10.

17.12 A shift worker who:

17.12.1 during a period of engagement on shift work, works night shift only;

17.12.2 remains on night shift for a longer period than four consecutive weeks; or

17.12.3 works on a night shift which does not rotate or alternate with another shift or with day work so as to give the shift worker at least one-third of the employee’s working time off night shift in each roster cycle;

will be paid at the rate of single time plus 30% for all time worked during ordinary working hours on such night shifts (Monday to Friday).

17.13 An employee may be required to work as a one, two or three-person shift worker (whether on continuous work or not) at the rate applicable, and may be required to transfer from one of those systems of work to another; provided that at least one week's notice will be given of such change, or by agreement between the employer and employee concerned.

17.14 An employee may be required to transfer from day work to shift work to work in accordance with the shift work provision set out in this award, or to transfer from shift work to day work and the employee will transfer in accordance with such requirements.

17.15 Day workers may be employed as and become shift workers for a period of not less than two rostered weeks and will be paid accordingly. The employer, in the absence of mutual agreement, will give seven days' notice of any transfer from day work to shift work.

17.16 A shiftworker who is temporarily transferred from shift work to day work for a period of less than 28 days will be deemed to be a shiftworker working day shift for all purposes of this award.


18. OVERTIME AND RECALL TO DUTY

18.1 Penalty rates

For the purposes of calculating overtime, the ordinary time hourly rates will be determined by dividing the appropriate weekly rate by 38.

18.2 Day workers

For all time worked outside ordinary hours, the overtime rate will be time and a half for the first two hours and double time thereafter.

18.3 Shift workers

For all time worked outside ordinary hours the overtime rate of pay will be double time.

18.4 Recall and emergency duty

18.4.1 An employee recalled to work overtime after leaving the employer's business premises (whether notified before or after leaving the premises) will be paid for a minimum of four hours' work for each time the employee is so recalled. In the case of unforeseen circumstances arising, the employee will not be required to work the full four hours if the job the employee was recalled to perform is completed within a shorter period.

18.4.2 For the purpose of this clause, the provisions in 18.4.1 will not apply in cases where it is customary for an employee to return to the employer's premises to perform a specific job outside the employee’s ordinary working hours, or where the overtime is continuous (subject to a meal break) with the completion or commencement of ordinary working time. Overtime worked in the circumstances specified in this clause will not be regarded as overtime for the purpose of 18.5.1 when the actual time worked is less than four hours on such recall or on each of such recalls.

18.5 Meal break/meal money

18.5.1 Where an employee is required for overtime duty in excess of one hour before the normal starting time or in excess of one hour after the usual finishing time, the employee will be granted a meal break of twenty minutes to be paid at the appropriate overtime rate of pay.

18.5.2 Where an employee is required to work a further four hours overtime or subsequent four-hour periods, the employee will be granted a further meal break of 30 minutes at the completion of each such four hours of overtime worked, to be paid at the appropriate overtime rate of pay.

18.5.3 The above meal breaks are not to be used in calculation of overtime hours worked.

[18.5.4 varied by PR902116; corrected by PR907549; varied by PR933662; PR962393 ppc 01Sep05]

18.5.4 An employee working overtime or recalled to duty in accordance with this clause will be paid $6.60 or be provided with a suitable meal for each meal break.

18.5.5 An employee working on a call-in or on a rostered day off, provided four hours actual work is performed, will be provided with a meal allowances or meals as prescribed in 18.5.4.

18.6 Rest periods after overtime

[18.6.1 corrected by PR901272 from 09Jun99]

18.6.1 An employee who works so much overtime between the termination of the employee’s ordinary work on one day or shift and the commencement of the employee’s ordinary work on the next day or shift that the employee has not had at least ten consecutive hours off duty between those times will, subject to this clause, be released after completion of such overtime until the employee has had ten consecutive hours off duty without loss of pay for ordinary working time occurring during such absence.

18.6.2 If, on the instructions of the employer, such employee resumes or continues to work without having had ten consecutive hours off duty, the employee will be paid at overtime rates until the employee is released from duty for such period.

18.7 Standby

Subject to any custom now prevailing under which an employee is required regularly to be ready for a call back, employees required to hold themselves in readiness to work after ordinary hours will, until released, be paid standing-by time at ordinary rates from the time from which employees are told to hold themselves in readiness.

18.8 Requirement to work reasonable overtime

An employer may require an employee to work reasonable overtime at overtime rates and such employee will work overtime in accordance with such requirements.


19. HOLIDAYS AND SUNDAY WORK

19.1 An employee will be entitled to holidays on the following days:

19.1.1 New Year's Day, Good Friday, Easter Saturday, Easter Monday, Christmas Day and Boxing Day or Commemoration Day (SA);

19.1.2 the following days, as prescribed in the relevant States, Territories and localities: Australia Day, Anzac Day, Queen's Birthday and Eight Hours' Day or Labour Day;

19.1.3 and one other day fixed as follows:

August Bank Holiday (NSW)

Melbourne Cup Day (Victoria)

Regatta Day (Hobart)

Recreation Day (North Tasmania)

Foundation Day (WA)

The appropriate Show Day in other areas

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

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

19.4 When New Year's Day or Australia Day is a Saturday or Sunday, a holiday in lieu thereof will be observed on the next Monday.

19.5 Where in a State or Territory or locality, public holidays are declared or prescribed on days other than those set out in 19.1, 19.2, 19.3 and 19.4, those days will constitute additional holidays for the purpose of this award.

19.6 An employer, with the agreement of the employees and/or an appropriate union which has members employed by the employer, may substitute another day for any prescribed in this clause.

19.6.1 An agreement reached will be recorded in writing and be available to every affected employee.

19.6.2 Where the agreement involves members of a union a party to this award, the relevant union will be informed of the agreement and may within seven days refuse to accept it. The unions will not unreasonably refuse to accept the agreement.

19.6.3 If a union, refuses to accept such an agreement, the parties will seek to resolve their differences to the satisfaction of the employer, the employees and the union.

19.6.4 If no resolution is achieved, the employer may apply to the Commission for approval of the agreement reached. Such an application must be made fourteen or more days before the prescribed holiday. After giving the employer and unions an opportunity to be heard, the Commission will determine the application.

19.7 A non-shift worker who is required to work on a public holiday will be paid at the rate of double time and a half for all time worked on that day. Such double time and a half will continue until the employee is relieved from duty.

19.8 A shift worker who is required to work on a public holiday will be paid at the rate of double time for all time worked on that day, but all employees will be paid at 2-1/2 times the ordinary rate for Christmas Day (25 December) and Good Friday.

19.9 An employee who is required to work on a Sunday will be paid at the rate of double time to continue until the employee is relieved from duty.

19.10 Employees required to work on Sundays or public holidays will be paid for a minimum of four hours' work.

19.11 Where an employee is absent from work on a working day before or after a public holiday without reasonable excuse, or without the consent of the employer, the employee will not be entitled to payment for such public holiday.

19.12 Should any of the public holidays fall on a day which a shift worker is rostered off, the employee will be entitled to a day off at ordinary time in substitution, which will be available to them on application made to the employer and by mutual agreement. The employee may be required to take such days by the giving of 28 days notice. The days off not taken will accumulate up to the time of taking annual leave at which time at the election of the employer, the day or days accumulated may either be added to the annual leave, or paid for at single time at the rate of pay then applicable to the employee. By mutual agreement, some of the accumulated days may be added to the annual leave and some paid for.


20. HIGHER DUTIES ALLOWANCE

Where an employee is required to act in a higher position, the employee will be paid at the rate, including all allowances and penalty payments, appropriate to that position for the whole of the day. An employee who acts in a higher supervisory position will receive an increase in pay at least equal to the leading hand allowance prescribed in 11.11.2 which will be included in the employee's rate and will apply for all purposes under this award while acting in such higher position.

21. ANNUAL LEAVE

21.1 Except as provided in this clause, all weekly employees who complete twelve months' continuous service with an employer will be granted 28 successive days' leave on full pay; such leave to commence on the day following the last working day preceding commencing such leave.

21.2 In lieu of the provisions of 21.1, seven-day shift workers (i.e. employees working rostered shifts necessitating regularly rostered Sunday and public holiday work as part of their ordinary hours) who complete twelve months' continuous service with an employer will be granted 35 consecutive days' leave on full pay. Such leave is to commence on the day following the last working shift immediately preceding commencing such leave. Where the period of 35 days' consecutive leave according to the employee's roster under this clause does not include 25 ordinary paid shifts, then there will be added to the period of leave such number of days as is necessary to cover 25 ordinary pay shifts on the employee's roster.

21.3 Where an employee works for part of the twelve months' period as a seven-day shift worker, the employee will be granted leave calculated by taking the same proportion of 35 days as the proportion which the time worked as a seven-day shift worker bears to a year. Any fraction of a full shift in the result may be paid for in cash.

21.4 The leave prescribed in 21.1, 21.2 and 21.3 will be taken at a time fixed by the employer. Leave may be split into separate periods by mutual agreement between the employee and employer.

21.5 Any employee who terminates the employee’s employment or whose employment is terminated by the employer for any reason other than misconduct will be entitled to payment in lieu of annual leave in respect of each completed week of continuous service for which leave has not been granted. Where an employee has completed twelve months' service with the employer and the employee’s employment is terminated for misconduct, the employee will not be required to forfeit any payment.

21.6 An employee before going on annual leave will be paid for such leave at the rate at which the employee was ordinarily employed prior to the commencement of the leave. For a seven-day shift worker annual leave payments will be the amount which the employee concerned would have received had the employee worked the employee’s actual roster but excluding overtime, and penalty payments which the employee would have received for working on public holidays had the employee not proceeded on leave: pro rata payments made on termination will be at ordinary rates.

21.7 An employee before going on annual leave will be paid a loading in addition to the payment under 21.6 as follows:

21.7.1 Day worker - an employee who would have worked on day work only had the employee not been on leave - a loading of 17.5%.

21.7.2 Shift worker - the payment prescribed in 21.6 or a loading of 17.5% of the employee’s ordinary time rate of pay for the ordinary hours the employee would have worked on the roster, whichever is the greater.

21.7.3 In the case of death or retirement (age, ill-health) pro rata payments made on termination will be at ordinary rates.

21.8 If without reasonable cause any employee fails to resume duty at the due time after an absence on annual leave, then payment will not be made for any holiday (referred to in clause 19 – Public holidays) which occurs during such absence on annual leave.

21.9 Annual leave will be given and taken within twelve months of its becoming due. At least four weeks' notice will be given of the commencement of annual leave. An employee and the employer may agree that less than four weeks' notice may be given in individual cases.

21.10 An employer may apply a system of annual close-down with respect to all or the bulk of employees in a plant or section thereof in which case at least three months' notice will be given.

21.11 The employer may allow annual leave to an employee before the right thereto has fully accrued, but where the leave is so taken a further period of annual leave will not commence until the expiration of the twelve months' service in respect of which annual leave was taken.

21.12 Where annual leave has been granted to an employee pursuant to this subclause before the right thereto has accrued, and the employee subsequently leaves or is discharged from the service of the employer before completing the twelve months' continuous service in respect of which leave was granted, the employer may deduct the cash equivalent of the unearned leave which amount will not include any sums paid for any of the holidays prescribed by clause 19 – Public holidays.

21.13 Except as provided in 21.1, 21.2 and 21.3 payment will not in any circumstances be made in lieu of annual leave.

21.14 If a public holiday as prescribed in this award occurs during a period of annual leave, and provided the employee would have worked on that public holiday had the employee not been on annual leave, the employee will be entitled to a day in lieu of the public holiday. If the public holiday falls on a rostered day off during a period of annual leave, eight hours' pay at single time will be paid or if agreed between the employee and employer a day may be added to annual leave.

21.15 An employee entitled to a day in lieu of a public holiday, as prescribed in 21.14, may elect to receive an additional eight hours' pay rather than take advantage of a day in lieu of a public holiday.

21.16 For the purpose of this clause, service will be deemed to be continuous notwithstanding, that an employee may have been absent on leave in accordance with this award.


22. PAYMENT OF SALARY

22.1 Salaries may be paid weekly or fortnightly and may be paid in cash or directly to a bank, building society or credit union account or by cheque, (where encashment facilities are available and the employee has access during normal working hours).

22.2 Where an employee is kept waiting for more than one-quarter of an hour for payment of wages after the employee’s usual time of ceasing work on payday, the employee will be paid at overtime rates for the period the employee is kept waiting.


23. PROCEDURES FOR AVOIDING AND RESOLVING DISPUTES

[23 substituted by PR901272 from 09Jun99]


Any matters likely to create a dispute will be dealt with in accordance with either of the following ways, as appropriate:

23.1 Part 1 (Matters not related to Part 2A of division 1 of the Air Navigation Act 1920)

23.1.1 The employee, or the shop steward or other employee representative, will raise the matter with the employer’s representative at the work place.

23.1.2 If the matter is not resolved then it will be raised by the employee or the union or other employee representative with the employer or employer’s association.

23.1.3 If the matter continues to remain unresolved, either party may refer the matter to the Australian Industrial Relations Commission for determination and such decision will, subject to the parties’ rights to appeal, be accepted.

23.1.4 Without prejudice to either party and except where a bona fide health and safety issue is involved, work will continue while matters in dispute are being dealt with in accordance with these procedures.

23.1.5 An employee who is a representative of employees generally and who attends conferences with management for reasons related to clause 23 - Procedure for Avoiding and Resolving Disputes, will be paid for the time spent at such conferences and travelling to and from their workplace to the place of conference up to eight hours on any one day if they would have otherwise lost pay for that time. Any employer’s liability under this clause will be limited to a total payment in any calendar year of five days.

23.2 Part 2 (Matters related to Part 2A of division 1 of the Air Navigation Act 1920)

23.2.1 In the event of accident or incident as defined in clause 3 - Definitions, persons involved are to make a statement, without prejudice, as soon as practicable. Such statement may be made in the presence of a friend.

23.2.2 After receiving the statement, the employer is entitled to stand the person down, with pay, whilst the report, in total, is considered.

23.2.3 Should the employer be satisfied with the report and no further action is required, the person so cleared will be advised to resume normal work.

23.2.4 Where it is proposed to further interview an employee in connection with the employee’s alleged involvement in an accident or incident which may lead to further action against the employee, the employee will be informed by the responsible officer of the employer:

23.2.4(a) of the purpose of the interview;

23.2.4(b) of the charge against him/her and outline of reasons therefor;

23.2.4(c) that further action may result;

23.2.4(d) that the employee has the right to be accompanied and represented by an accredited representative of the association of which the employee is a member or another employee representative; and

23.2.4(e) the employee may request reasonable time (not more than 24 hours) to become familiar with any relevant matters.

23.2.5 If the employee elects to be accompanied and/or represented by such accredited representative, the employee may require that the advice given in 23.2.4(a) to 23.2.4(e) will be repeated in the presence of such accredited representative.

23.2.6 If, following such interview, the employer proposes to dismiss, suspend without pay, or remove the employee from a supervisory position, the employee will be informed in the presence of an accredited representative of the association of which the employee is a member, or other employee representative.

23.2.7 In the event that an employee is dissatisfied with the decision, the matter may be referred to the Australian Industrial Relations Commission.

23.2.8 Subject to any appeal rights of the parties, the decision of the Commission in relation to the matters raised under this clause will be final and binding.

23.2.9 In addition to other provisions of this clause, in the prevention or settling of disputes the duly appointed representative or delegate of the association or union in the workplace is entitled to such paid time during working hours as is necessary to meet with the employer or its representatives to discuss the matters affecting the employees.


24. LONG SERVICE LEAVE

24.1 Employers will provide long service leave entitlements for their employees in accordance with the provisions of the relevant State or Territory legislation.

[24.2 corrected by PR901272 from 09Jun99]

24.2 Notwithstanding the provisions of 24.1, any employer who, at the date of commencement of this award, is extending to the employees long service benefits in excess of those prescribed in the award or legislation referred to in 24.1 will not by reason of this clause withdraw such excess benefits.


25. TRANSPORT OR TRANSPORT ALLOWANCE

25.1 Where an employee who works overtime or is recalled to work overtime, or works a shift for which the employee has not been regularly rostered, finishes work at a time when reasonable means of transport is not available, the employer will meet the cost of the employee’s transport or pay the current wage for an additional 30 minutes, and in such cases the allowance prescribed in 25.2 will not be payable.

[25.2 varied by PR902116; corrected by PR907549; varied by PR933662; PR962393 ppc 01Sep05]

25.2 Employees will receive a transport allowance at the rate of $4.30 per shift when employed as a shift worker at airports on an ordinary shift worked which commences or finishes after 1900 hours and before 0700 hours.

25.3 Transport allowance will also apply to all employees at airports who by working overtime immediately before or after an ordinary rostered shift or ordinary hours as the case may be actually commence or finish work after 1900 hours and before 0700 hours.


26. TRAINING PROVISIONS

26.1 Employees will be allowed time off without loss of pay for the purposes of attending examinations conducted by the employer and the examinations are required to facilitate the implementation of the classification structure in this award and/or CASA requirements, where the latter is approved by the employer in advance.

26.2 An employee will not be required to attend for duty on any night shift which immediately precedes an examination. However, the L.A.M.E. undergoing examinations may be required to accept a shift change to enable this provision to be effective.

26.3 An employee who is required to attend a training course (including the gaining of experience) in Australia or overseas will be paid full salary (including all shift allowances) and weekend penalty rates that the employee should have received had the employee worked the their normal roster.

26.4 Employees required to attend a training course and/or experience training away from their home base will be provided with transport by the employer for the following:

26.4.1 Travel between the employee's home and departure airport, and from the arrival airport to the employee's accommodation and return.

26.4.2 Travel to and from the employee's place of accommodation and the place of training.

26.5 Where an employee has been absent overseas for the purposes of training for a period of four weeks or more, the employee will be entitled to two days' paid resettlement leave.

26.6 Employees will make themselves available for all training courses on aircraft operated, maintained or serviced by their employer.


27. JURY SERVICE

27.1 An employee required to attend for jury service during the employee’s ordinary working hours will be reimbursed by the employer the amount equal to the difference between the amount paid in respect of the employee’s attendance for such jury service and the amount of wage the employee would have received had the employee not been on jury service.

27.2 An employee will notify the employer as soon as possible of the date upon which the employee is required to attend for jury service. Further, the employee will give the employer proof of the employee’s attendance, the duration of such attendance and the amount received in respect of such jury service.


28. PRIVATE MOTOR VEHICLE ALLOWANCE

28.1 No employee will be required to use their private vehicle on the employer's business unless the employee so agrees.

28.2 When an employee agrees to use their private vehicle for the employer's purposes, the employee will be paid an allowance in accordance with the applicable ATO published rates per kilometer.


29. TRAVELLING AND ACCOMMODATION ALLOWANCES

29.1 Where an employee is required by the employer to travel for duty away from home base, the following provisions will apply:

29.1.1 The employee will be provided with full board and accommodation or paid such an allowance as agreed upon from time to time by the employer and the union or association of which the employee is a member.

29.1.2 The employer will reimburse the employee for travel or pay the cost of travel.

29.1.3 The employer will pay expenses or reimburse the employee for reasonable actual expenses incurred while away from home base.


30. SERVICE ENGINEER OR FIELD WORK

30.1 Where an employee is required to work as a service engineer or as an engineer on field work, such that the employee will be away from home base for more than three consecutive days, the following provisions will apply:

30.1.1 Subject to 30.1.4, 30.1.5 and 30.1.6, an employee will be paid as if the employee’s normal home base roster had continued.

30.1.2 An employee will be provided with travel and accommodation in accordance with clause 29 –Travelling and accommodation allowances.

30.1.3 A period of duty will not exceed 28 days' duration. A 28 day period may be extended for a further fourteen days by mutual agreement only.

30.1.4 An employer and employee may agree that the employee work on Saturdays, Sundays, public holidays and rostered days off. Should an employee so work, the employee will be paid at ordinary time rates of pay for the time so worked and will be given time off at home base in lieu of time worked.

30.1.5 In addition to the days off prescribed in 30.1.4, an employee subject to this clause will accrue an entitlement to one day off with pay at home base for each three days away. For the purposes of determining accrued days off, any residual period of less than three days will be added to the next period of field work.

30.1.6 Time off accrued under 30.1.4 and 30.1.5 will be taken without loss of pay upon return to home base.

30.2 Camping allowance

[30.2 varied by PR902116; corrected by PR907549; varied by PR933662; PR962393 ppc 01Sep05]

Where an employee is accommodated under canvas or in rough camping conditions, the employee will be paid a further allowance of $18.90 per day.


31. CLOTHING ALLOWANCE

Where the employer requires an employee to wear any special clothing such as, overalls, dust coats, shorts, socks or shirts and any other articles of clothing, the employer must reimburse the employee for the cost of purchasing such special clothing. The provisions of this clause do not apply where the special clothing is paid for by the employer.

32. ACCIDENT MAKE-UP PAY

32.1 In addition to any statutory entitlements to workers' compensation under the relevant State or Territory legislation, an employee will be paid accident make-up pay.

32.2 Accident make-up pay will:

32.2.1 be an amount of money equal to the difference between the employee's workers' compensation entitlements and the amount of salary plus allowances that the employee would have received for ordinary time had the employee been at work for the period concerned;

32.2.2 not apply during the first five or aggregate five working days of incapacity resulting from an injury nor will it apply during any period of paid leave;

32.2.3 be payable for a maximum period or aggregate of periods in no case exceeding a total of 52 weeks in respect of incapacity arising from any one injury.

32.2.4 be paid through normal pay roll procedures or according to alternative arrangements mutually agreed between the employee and the employer.

32.3 If, for the purposes of 32.2.1, no specific earnings figure is otherwise ascertainable, the figure used will be the average of ordinary time earnings over the previous three months or such lesser period of time during which the employee has been employed.

[32.4 corrected by PR901272 from 09Jun99]

32.4 Nothing in this clause will affect the right of an employer to terminate an employee's employment in accordance with clause 37 – Termination of employment.

32.5 In the event that an employee receives a lump sum in redemption of regular statutory compensation entitlements, the liability of the employer to pay make-up pay will cease from the date of such redemption.

32.6 Where the employee recovers damages from the employer or from a third party in respect of a compensable injury independently of statutory entitlements, the employee will be liable to repay to the employer the amount of make-up pay which the employee has received in respect of the said injury and will have no further make-up pay entitlements in respect of the injury.


33. INDEMNITY/INSURANCE

33.1 An employer who requires an employee to fly in any aircraft will indemnify/insure the employee against death or totally incapacitating injury which may arise from the use of that aircraft for not less than $45,000.

33.2 Such indemnity/insurance need not be provided by the employer where the employees will receive a benefit of not less than $45,000 in the event of death or totally incapacitating injury by way of insurance taken out by the aircraft or charter operators or by way of an employer-sponsored superannuation scheme.

33.3 No employee will be compelled to work on an aircraft during a bomb scare, or hijack incident; provided however, an employee who volunteers to work during a bomb scare or hijack incident will be indemnified/insured by the employer to cover injury, disablement or death to a minimum of $150,000.

33.4 The amount payable under this clause will be additional to any amount an employee or the employee’s next of kin may be entitled to receive under any Workers' Compensation Act or similar provisions.


34. FIRST AID ALLOWANCE

[34 varied by PR902116; corrected by PR907549; varied by PR933662; PR962393 ppc 01Sep05]

An employee who has been trained to render first aid and who is the current holder of appropriate first aid qualifications such as a certificate from St. John's Ambulance or similar body will be paid a weekly allowance of $8.70 if the employee is appointed by the employer to perform first aid duty.


35. TOOL ALLOWANCE

[35.1 corrected by PR901272; varied by PR902116; corrected by PR907549; varied by PR933662; PR962393 ppc 01Sep05]

35.1 A tradesperson will be paid an allowance of $10.80 week for supplying and maintaining tools ordinarily required in the performance of the employee’s work as a tradesperson. The allowance will be paid for all purposes of the award.

[35.2 corrected by PR901272 from 09Jun99]

35.2 This allowance will apply to apprentices on the same percentage basis as set out in 13.6.1.

35.3 Where it is the practice for the employer to provide all tools ordinarily required by a tradesperson or an apprentice in the performance of the employee’s work, the employer may continue that practice and in that event the allowance prescribed in 35.1 will not apply to such tradespersons or apprentices.

35.4 A tradesperson or apprentice will replace or pay for any tools supplied by the employer if lost through the employee’s negligence.


36. DISABILITY ALLOWANCES

Employees will, in addition to the rates elsewhere prescribed by this award, be paid the following special allowances but such special allowances will not be subject to penalty rates for overtime, Sunday or holiday pay or work:

36.1 Cold places

[36.1 varied by PR902116 - corrected by PR907549; varied by PR933662; PR962393 ppc 01Sep05]

Working in places where the temperature is five degrees Celsius - 35c per hour extra. Where the work continues for more than two hours, employees will be entitled to a rest period of twenty minutes every two hours without loss of pay.

36.2 Hot places

[36.2.1 varied by PR902116 - corrected by PR907549; varied by PR933662; PR962393 ppc 01Sep05]

36.2.1 Working for more than one hour in the shade in places where the temperature is raised by artificial means to between 46 to 54 degrees Celsius - 35c per hour extra; in places where the temperature exceeds 54 degrees Celsius - 41c per hour extra.

36.2.2 Where work continues for more than two hours in temperatures exceeding 54ºC, employees will also be entitled to twenty minutes rest after every two hours work without deduction of pay. The temperature will be decided by the foreperson of the work after consultation with the employees who claim the extra rate.

36.3 Wet places

[36.3 corrected by PR901272; varied by PR902116; corrected by PR907549; varied by PR933662; PR962393 ppc 01Sep05]

An employee working in any place where the employee’s clothing or boots become saturated, whether by water, oil or otherwise, will be paid 35c per hour extra for part of the day or shift as the employee is required to work in wet clothing or boots.

36.4 Height money

[36.4 varied by PR902116; corrected by PR907549; varied by PR933662; PR962393 ppc 01Sep05]

Employees working at a height in each case of 6.09 metres or more above ground level - 24c per hour extra.

36.5 Fibre glass

[36.5 varied by PR933662; PR962393 ppc 01Sep05]

Employees handling fibre glass materials or material of a like nature, when so employed - 41c per hour extra.

36.6 Confined spaces

[36.6 varied by PR933662; PR962393 ppc 01Sep05]

All employees working in a confined space (excluding aircraft fuel tanks) which means a small compartment or place where work is done which necessitates an employee working in a stooping or otherwise cramped or uncomfortable position - 40c per hour extra whilst so engaged.

36.7 Dirty work

[36.7 varied by PR933662; PR962393 ppc 01Sep05]

Employees who are required to work in oily conditions, on batteries or engine exhaust systems or landing gear assemblies (including wheels and brakes) or toilets or aircraft buffet units or any work which is of a dirty or offensive nature - 33c per hour extra. Employees engaged on such work will be entitled to shower and change during normal working time.

36.8 Fuel tanks

[36.8 varied by PR933662; PR962393 ppc 01Sep05]

Employees who are required to perform work inside fuels tanks of aircraft - 62c per hour extra.

36.9 The special rates provided in this clause will in respect of cold places, confined spaces, dirty work, height money, hot places or wet places, are cumulative if any two or more of them occur at the same time, but otherwise the rates in this award will not be cumulative and the employer will be bound only to pay the highest rate for the disabilities prevailing.


37. TERMINATION OF EMPLOYMENT

37.1 Notice of termination by employer

37.1.1 In order to terminate the employment of an employee, the employer will give the employee the following notice:

Period of continuous service
Period of notice
1 year or less
1 week
Over 1 year and up to the completion of 3 years
2 weeks
Over 3 years and up to the completion of 5 years
3 weeks
5 years and over
4 weeks

37.1.2 In addition to the notice in 37.1.1 employees over 45 years of age at the time of the giving of the notice with not less than two years continuous service will be entitled to an additional week's notice.

37.1.3 Payment in lieu of the notice prescribed in 37.1.1 and 37.1.2 will be made if the appropriate notice period is not given. Employment may be terminated by part of the period of notice specified in part payment in lieu thereof.

37.1.4 In calculating any payment in lieu of notice the wages an employee would have received in respect of the ordinary time the employee would have worked during the period of notice had the employee’s employment not been terminated will be used.

37.1.5 The period of notice in this clause will not affect the right of the employer to dismiss any employee without notice for misconduct, and in such cases, the wages will be paid up to the time of dismissal only.

37.1.6 For the purposes of this clause, continuity of service will be calculated in the manner prescribed by 21.16.

37.2 Notice of termination by employee

37.2.1 The notice of termination required to be given by an employee will be the same as that required of an employer, save and except that there will be no additional notice based on the age of the employee concerned.

37.2.2 If an employee fails to give notice the employer will have the right to withhold monies due to the employee with a maximum amount equal to the ordinary time rate of pay for the period of notice.

37.3 Transfer to lower paid duties

Where an employee is transferred to lower paid duties for reasons of redundancy the employee will be entitled to the same period of notice of transfer as the employee would have been entitled to if their employment had been terminated, and the employer may at the employee’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 lower ordinary time rates for the number of weeks of notice still owing.


38. REDUNDANCY

[38.1 Severance pay title changed by PR901272 from 09Jun99]

38.1 In addition to the period of notice prescribed for ordinary termination in clause 37 – Termination of employment, and subject to further order of the Commission, an employee whose employment is terminated for reasons of redundancy will be entitled to the following amount of severance pay in respect of a continuous period of service.

Period of continuous service
Severance pay


Less than one year
Nil
More than one but less than two years
4 weeks' pay
More than two but less than three years
6 weeks' pay
More than three but less than four years
7 weeks' pay
More than four years
8 weeks' pay

38.2 Week's pay means the ordinary time rate of pay for the employee concerned.

38.3 Employee leaving during notice

An employee may terminate his / her employment during the period of notice and, if so, will be entitled to the same benefits and payments under this clause as had they remained with the employer until the expiry of such notice. In such circumstances the employee will not be entitled to payment in lieu of notice.

38.4 Alternative employment

An employer, in a particular redundancy case, may make application to the Commission to have the general severance pay prescription varied if the employee obtains acceptable alternative employment for an employee.

38.5 Time off work during notice period

[38.5 corrected by PR901272 from 09Jun99]

During the period of notice of termination given by the employer, an employee will be allowed up to one day's time off without loss of pay during each week of notice for the purpose of seeking other employment.

38.6 Where an employee has given or been given notice in accordance with this clause then the employee will continue in the employee’s employment until the date of the expiration of such notice. Any employee who, having given or been given notice, without reasonable cause (proof of which will lie on the employee) is absent from work during such period, will be deemed to have abandoned the employee’s employment and will not be entitled to payment for work done by him/her within that period.

38.7 An employee (other than an employee who has given or received notice in accordance with this clause) not attending for duty will, except as provided by this award, lose pay for the actual time of such non-attendance.

38.8 Where notice under this clause is given to an employee whilst the employee is away from home base such notice will be deemed not to commence until the employee has returned to home base.

38.9 Where notice under this clause is given by the employee whilst the employee is away from home base the period of notice will commence from the date given. The effective date of termination will be the expiry of the period of notice or the date of return to home base on completion of the assignment, whichever is the later.

38.10 An employee who is terminated for misconduct or who resigns will not be entitled to the benefits of this subclause.

38.11 Subject to an order of the Commission, in a particular redundancy case, this clause will not apply to employers who employ less than fifteen employees.

38.12 Incapacity to pay

An employer, in a particular redundancy case, may make application to the Commission to have the general severance pay prescription varied on the basis of the employer's incapacity to pay.


39. TRANSMISSION OF BUSINESS

39.1 Where a business is before or after the date of this award transmitted from an employer (in this subclause called the transmittor) to another employer (in this subclause called the transmittee) and an employee of the transmittor in that business becomes an employee of the transmittee:

39.1.1 the continuity of the employment of the employee will be deemed not to have been broken by reason of such transmission; and

39.1.2 the period of employment which the employee has had with the transmittor or any prior transmittor will be deemed to be service of the employee with the transmittee.

39.2 In this subclause business includes trade, process, business or occupation and includes part of any such business and transmission includes transfer, conveyance, assignment or succession whether by agreement or by operation of law and transmitted has a corresponding meaning.


40. PERSONAL LEAVE

The provisions of this clause apply to full-time and regular part-time employees, but do not apply to casual employees.

40.1 Amount paid for personal leave

40.1.1 Paid personal leave is available to employees when they are absent due to:

personal illness or injury (sick leave);

for the purposes of caring for an immediate family or household member that is sick and requires the employee’s care and support (career’s leave);

because of bereavement on the death of an immediate family or household member (bereavement leave).

40.1.2 The amount of personal leave to which an employee is entitled depends on how long the employee has worked for the employer and accrues as follows:

Length of time worked for the employer
Personal leave (hours)




less than 6 months
62
6 months to less than 12 months
100
Each year thereafter
100

40.1.3 In any year unused personal leave accrues by the lesser of:

76 hours less total amount of sick leave and carer’s leave taken during the year.

the balance of the year’s unused personal leave.

40.2 Immediate family or household

40.2.1 The entitlement to carer’s or bereavement leave is subject to the person in respect of whom the leave is taken being either:

a member of the employee’s immediate family; or

a member of the employee’s household.

40.2.2 The term immediate family includes:

40.2.2(a) spouse (includes former spouse, a de facto spouse and a former de facto spouse) of the employee. A de facto spouse means a person of the opposite sex to the employee who lives with the employee as their husband or wife on a bonafide domestic basis; and

40.2.2(b) child or adult child (including an adopted child, a step child or an ex-nuptial child), parent grandparents, grandchild or sibling of the employee or spouse of the employee.

40.3 Sick leave

40.3.1 Definition

[40.3.1 corrected by PR901272 from 09Jun99]

Sick leave is leave to which an employee other than a casual is entitled without loss of pay because of the employee’s or her personal illness or injury.

40.3.2 Entitlement

40.3.2(a) The amount of personal leave an employee may take as sick leave depends on how long the employee has worked for the employer and accrues as following:

Length of time worked for the employer
Rate of accrual of
(hours)
paid sick leave


Less than 6 months
38
6 months to less than 12 months
76
Each year thereafter
76

40.3.2(b) After the first six months of service, an employee must be paid for any sick leave to which the employee was not entitled, due to insufficient service, up to a maximum of 76 hours.

40.3.2(c) Accumulated personal leave may be used as sick leave if the current sick leave entitlement is exhausted.

40.3.3 Employee must give notice

40.3.3(a) Before taking sick leave, an employee must give at least two hours’ notice before the employee’s next rostered starting time, unless the employee has good reason for not doing so.

40.3.3(b) The notice must include:

the nature of the injury or illness (if known); and

how long the employee expects to be away work

40.5.3(c) If it is not practicable for the employee to give prior notice of absence, the employee must notify the employer by telephone at the first opportunity.

40.3.4 Evidence supporting claim

The employee must, if required by the employer, establish by production of a medical certificate or statutory declaration, that the employee was unable to work because of injury or personal illness.

40.3.5 The effect of workers’ compensation

If an employee is receiving workers’ compensation payments, the employee is not entitled to sick leave.

40.4 Bereavement leave

40.4.1 Paid leave entitlement

An employee other than a casual is entitled to use up to 24 hours personal leave as bereavement leave on any occasion on which a member of the employee’s immediate family or household dies.

40.4.2 Unpaid leave entitlement

Where an employee has exhausted all personal leave entitlements, including accumulated leave entitlements, the employee is entitled to take unpaid bereavement leave. The employer and the employee should agree on the length of the unpaid leave. In the absence of agreement, the employee is entitled to take up to 24 hours unpaid leave.

40.4.3 Evidence supporting claim

The employer may require the employee to provide satisfactory evidence of the death of the member of the employee’s immediate family or household.

40.5 Carer’s leave

40.5.1 Paid leave entitlement

An employee other than a casual is entitled to use up to 40 hours personal leave each year to care for members of the employee’s immediate family or household who are sick and require care and support. This entitlement is subject to the employee being responsible for the care and support of the person concerned. In normal circumstances an employee is not entitled to take carer’s leave where another person has taken leave to care for the same person.

40.5.2 Notice required

40.5.2(a) Before taking carer’s leave, an employee must give at least two hours’ notice before their next rostered starting time, unless the employee has a good reason for not doing so.

40.5.2.(b) The notice must include:

the name of the person requiring care and support and their relationship to the employee;

the reason for taking such leave;

the estimated length of absence.

40.5.3 Evidence supporting claim

The employee must, if required by the employer, established 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.

40.5.4 Unpaid leave

An employee may take unpaid carer’s leave by agreement with the employer.


41. PARENTAL LEAVE

[41 corrected by PR901272 from 09Jun99]

The provisions of this clause apply to full-time and regular part-time employees, but do not apply to casual employees.Subject to the terms of this clause employees are entitled to maternity, paternity and adoption leave and to work part-time in connection with the birth or adoption of a child.

41.1 Definitions

41.1.1 For the purpose of this clause child means a child of the employee under the age of one year, except for the adoption of a child, where child means a person under the age of five years who is placed with the employee for the purposes of adoption, other than a child or step-child of the employee or of the spouse of the employee or a child who has previously lived continuously with the employee for a period of six months or more.

41.1.2 Subject to 41.1.3 in this clause spouse includes a de facto or former spouse.

41.1.3 In relation to 41.5, spouse includes a de facto spouse but does not include a former spouse.

41.2 Basic entitlement

41.2.1 After twelve months continuous service, parents are entitled to a combined total of 52 weeks unpaid parental leave on a shared basis in relation to the birth or adoption of their child. For females, maternity leave may be taken and for males, paternity leave may be taken. Adoption leave may be taken in the case of adoption.

41.2.2 Subject to 41.3.6, parental leave is to be available to only one parent at a time, in a single unbroken period except that both parents may simultaneously take:

41.2.2(a) for maternity and paternity leave, an unbroken period of one week at a time of the birth of the child;

41.2.2(b) for adoption leave, an unbroken period of up to three weeks at the time of placement of the child.

41.3 Maternity leave

41.3.1 An employee must provide notice to the employer in advance of the expected date of commencement of parental leave. The notice requirements are:

41.3.1(a) of the expected date of confinement (included in a certificate from a registered medical practitioner stating that the employee is pregnant) - at lest ten weeks;

41.3.1(b) of the date on which the employee proposes to commence maternity leave the period leave to be taken - at least four weeks.

41.3.2 When the employee gives notice under 41.3.1(a) the employee must also provide a statutory declaration stating particulars of any period of paternity leave sought or taken by her spouse and that for the period of maternity leave she will not engage in any conduct inconsistent with her contract of employment.

41.3.3 An employee will not be in breach of this clause if failure to give the stipulate notice is occasioned by confinement occurring earlier than the presumed date.

41.3.4 Subject to 41.2.1 and unless agreed otherwise between the employer and employee, an employee may commence parental leave at any time within six weeks immediately prior to the expected date of the birth.

41.3.5 Where an employee continues to work within the six week period immediately prior to the expected date of birth, or where the employee elects to return to work within six weeks after the birth of the child, an employer may require the employee to provide a medical certificate stating that she is fit to work on her normal duties.

41.3.6 Where the pregnancy of an employee terminates after 28 weeks and the employee has not commenced maternity leave, the employee may take unpaid special maternity leave of such period as a registered medical practitioner certifies as necessary, except that where an employee is suffering from an illness not related to the direct consequences of the confinement, an employee may be entitled to paid sick leave in lieu of, or in addition to, special maternity leave.

41.3.7 Where leave is granted under 41.3.4, during the period of leave an employee may return to work at any time, as agreed between the employer and the employee provided that time does not exceed four weeks from the recommencement date desired by the employee.

41.4 Paternity leave

41.4.1 An employee will provide to the employer at least ten weeks prior to each proposed period of paternity leave, with:

41.4.1(a) a certificate from a registered medical practitioner which names the employee’s spouse, states that she is pregnant and the expected date of confinement, or states the date on which the birth took place; and

41.4.1(b) written notification of the dates on which the employee proposed to start and finish the period of paternity leave; and

41.4.1(c) a statutory declaration stating:

the employee will take that period of paternity leave to become the primary caregiver of a child;

that for the period of paternity leave the employee will not engage in any conduct inconsistent with the employee’s contract of employment.

41.4.2 The employee will not be breach of 41.4.1 if the failure to give the required period of notice is because of the birth occurring earlier than expected, the death of the mother of the child, or other compelling circumstances. The employee will immediately notify the employer of any change in the information provided to the employer pursuant to 41.4.1.

41.5 Adoption leave

41.5.1 The employee will notify the employer at least ten weeks in advance of the date of commencement of adoption leave and the period of leave to be taken. An employee may commence adoption leave prior to providing such notice, where through circumstances beyond the control of the employee, the adoption of a child takes place earlier.

41.5.2 Before commencing adoption leave, an employee will provide the employer with a statutory declaration stating:

41.5.2(a) the employee is seeking adoption leave to become the primary care-giver of the child;

41.5.2(b) particulars of any period of adoption leave sought or taken by the employee’s spouse ; and

41.5.2(c) that for the period of adoption leave the employee will not engage in any conduct inconsistent with their contract of employment.

41.5.3 An employer may require an employee to provide confirmation from the appropriate government authority of the placement.

41.5.4 Where the placement of a child for adoption with an employee does not proceed or continue, the employee will notify the employer immediately and the employer will nominate a time not exceeding four weeks from receipt of notification for the employee’s return to work.

41.5.5 An employee will not be in breach of this clause as a consequence of failure to give the stipulated periods of notice if such failure results from a requirement of an adoption agency to accept earlier or later placement of a child, the death of a spouse, or other compelling circumstances.

41.5.6 An employee seeking to adopt a child is entitled to take unpaid leave for the purpose of attending any compulsory interviews or examinations as are necessary as part of the adoption procedure. The employee and the employer should agree on the length of the unpaid leave. Where agreement cannot be reached, the employee is entitled to take up to two days unpaid leave. Where paid leave is available to the employee, the employer may require the employee to take such paid leave instead.

41.6 Variation of period of parental leave

Unless agreed otherwise between the employer and employee, an employee may apply to their employer to change the period of parental leave on one occasion. Any such change to be notified at least four weeks prior to the commencement of the changed arrangements.

41.7 Parental leave and other entitlements

An employee may in lieu of or in conjunction with parental leave, access other paid leave entitlements which they have accrued, such as annual leave or long service leave, subject to the total amount of leave not exceeding 52 weeks.

41.8 Transfer to a safe job

41.8.1 Where an employee is pregnant and, in the opinion of a registered medical practitioner, illness or risks arising out of the pregnancy or hazards connected with the work assigned to the employee make it inadvisable for the employee to continue at her present work, the employee will, if the employer deems it practicable, be transferred to a safe job at the rate and on the conditions attaching to that job until the commencement of maternity leave.

41.8.2 If the transfer to a safe job is not practicable, the employee may elect, or the employer may require the employee, to commence parental leave.

41.9 Returning to work after a period of parental leave

41.9.1 An employee will notify of their intention to return to work after a period of parental leave at least four weeks prior to the expiration of the leave.

41.9.2 An employee will be entitled to the position which they held immediately before proceeding on parental leave. In the case of an employee transferring to a safe job pursuant to clause 41.8, the employee will be entitled to return to the position they held immediately before such transfer.

41.9.3 Where such position no longer exists but there are other positions available which the employee is qualified for and is capable of performing, the employee will be entitled to a position as nearly comparable in status and pay to that of their former position.

41.10 Replacement employees

41.10.1 A replacement employee is an employee specifically engaged or temporarily promoted or transferred, as a result of an employee proceeding on parental leave.

41.10.2 A replacement employee will be informed of the temporary nature of the employment and of the rights of the employee who is being replaced.


42. ANTI-DISCRIMINATION

42.1 It is the intention of the respondents to this award to achieve the principal object in s.3(j) of the Workplace Relations Act 1996 through respecting and valuing the diversity of the workforce by helping to prevent and eliminate discrimination on the basis of race, colour, sex, sexual preference, age, physical or mental disability, marital status, family responsibilities, pregnancy, religion, political opinion, natural extraction or social origin.

42.2 Accordingly, in fulfilling their obligations under the grievance and disputes procedure clause, the respondents must make every endeavour to ensure that neither the award provisions nor their operation are directly or indirectly discriminatory in their effects.

42.3 Nothing in this clause is taken to affect:

42.3.1 any different treatment (or treatment having different effects) which is specifically exempted under the Commonwealth anti-discrimination legislation;

42.3.2 junior rates of pay, until 22 June 2000 or later date determined by the Commission in accordance with s.143(1E) of the Act;

42.3.3 an employee, employer or registered organisation, pursuing matters of discrimination in any State or federal jurisdiction, including by application to the Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission;

42.3.4 the exemptions in s.170CK(3) and (4) of the Act.


43. FACILITATIVE PROVISIONS

43.1 This award contains facilitative provisions which allow agreement between an employer and employees on how specific award provisions are to apply at the workplace or section or sections of it. The facilitative provisions are set out below:

43.2 The following award provisions establish both the standard award condition and the framework within which agreement can be reached as to how the particular provisions should be applied in practice. Facilitative provisions are not to be used as a device to avoid award obligations nor should they result in unfairness to an employee or employees covered by this award.

43.3 An agreement reached must be recorded in the time and wage record kept by the employer in accordance with Division 1 of Part 9A of the Workplace Relations Act.

43.4 The following award clauses contain facilitative provisions for agreements between individuals and the employer. Where an employee is a member of the union, the employee may be represented by the union in meeting and conferring with the employer about the implementation of the facilitative provision.

[43.5 corrected by PR901272 from 09Jun99]

43.5 The union must be given a reasonable opportunity to participate in negotiations regarding the proposed implementation of a facilitative provision. Union involvement does not mean that the consent of the union is required prior to the introduction of agreed arrangements.

Subject matter
Clause number


Cancellation of apprenticeship
13.3
Additional transfer expenses
15.3
Meal break after maximum of 5 hours
16.5
Shift variation without 7 days notice
17.9
Alternate day off for public holiday falling on RDO
19.12
Annual leave in block of less than 4 weeks
21.4
Less than 4 weeks notice of annual leave
21.9
Additional annual leave for public holiday falling during annual leave
21.14
Pay in lieu of public holiday during annual leave
21.15
Rate of allowance for accommodation and lodging
29.1.1
Extension of maximum period of field work
30.1.3
Field work on weekends, public holidays and RDOs
30.1.4
Method of payment of compensation make-up pay
32.2.4
Extension of notice period of transfer to shift work
17.13
Unpaid family leave entitlement
40.4.2 and 40.5.4

43.6 The following award clauses contain facilitative provisions for agreements between the employer and the majority of employees in the workplace or a section or sections of it. Where the union has members employed in the area to be subject to a proposed agreement, the union must be informed by the employer of the intention to use the facilitative provisions and must be given a reasonable opportunity to participate in the negotiations regarding its use. Union involvement in this process does not mean the consent of the union is required before the introduction of the agreed facilitative arrangements.

Subject matter
Clause number


Spread of hours of ordinary work
16.3**
Substitution of public holidays
19.6**

** Any change to be notified to the union where the agreement affects union members.

43.7 Where an agreement is reached in accordance with this clause the employer will, where such agreement involves a member or members of the association or union, notify the association or union not later than five working days prior to the implementation of the agreement.


44. ALLOWANCES

[44.1 corrected by PR901272 from 09Jun99]

44.1 Allowances are found in the following clauses in this award:

Allowance
Clause number


Travelling time payments
14
Permanent transfers
15
Meal allowances on overtime
18.5.5
Higher duties allowance
20
Transport or transport allowance
25.2
Use of private motor vehicle
28
Travelling and accommodation allowances
29
Camping allowances
30.2
Clothing allowance
31
Indemnity/Insurance
33
First aid
34
Tool allowance
35
Disability payments
36


APPENDIX A – WHO IS BOUND (LIST OF EMPLOYERS)

A.A. Company Pty Ltd, Mt Isa Aerodrome, Mt Isa Qld
A.A.A. Peninsula Air Services Pty Ltd Building 92 ESSENDON AIRPORT, VIC. 3041
A.J. Aviation Services Pty Ltd, Westernport (Hangar 11, First St, Moorabbin Airport, 3194)
AC Airways Pty Ltd, T/A ACA Maintenance PO Box 521 ALBURY, NSW 2640
Acram Holding Pty Ltd t/a Airfarm Pty Ltd, P.O. Box 15, Uralla, 2358.
Adams Aviation Pty Ltd, Hangar 114, Bankstown Airport, 2200
Adrian Raven, T/A Aerotronics PO Box 84 ARCHERFIELD, QLD 4108
Aerial Agriculture Pty Ltd, Hangar 17, Bankstown Airport, 2200
Aerial Enterprises DERBY, WA 6728
Aero Club of Southern Tasmania, P.O. Box 213, Bellerive, 7018
Aero Engine O/H (Qld) Pty Ltd PO Box 28 ARCHERFIELD, QLD 4108
Aero Enterprises PO Box 85 SOUTH LISMORE, NSW 2480
Aero Support International, Hangar 104, Essendon Airport, Melboure Vic. 3041
Aero Support, Hangar 276, Bankstown Airport, 2200 (100 Clarence St, Sydney)
Aero-Data Systems Pty Ltd Terminal Building ESSENDON AIRPORT, VIC. 3041
Aeroloc, P.O. Box 583, Salisbury, 5018.
Aeronautica Pty Ltd t/as Clearview Aviation, P.O. Box 440, Northam, W.A., 6410.
Aeropelican Intercity Commuter Air Service Pty Ltd, 864 Pacific Highway,(P.O. Box 10), Belmont, 2280
Aeroservice PARAFIELD AIRPORT, SA 5106
Aerospace Industries Australasia Pty Ltd, P.O. Box 291, Bankstown, 2200
Aerotechnics Pty Ltd, Hangar 3, Canberra Airport, Canberra City ACT 2609
Agricultural & General Aviation Pty Ltd, Jandakot Airport, Perth WA 6164
Air Charter Pty Ltd, P.O. Box 4, Archerfield, 4108
Air Express Ltd, Hangar 81, Essendon Airport, 3041
Air Gold Coast, Coolangatta Airport, Coolangatta Qld 4225
Air Link Pty Ltd PO Box 223 DUBBO, NSW 2830
Air Motive Electrical Services Pty Ltd, (T/A A.A. Airmotive Aviation), Hangar 4, First Street,Moorabbin Airport Vic. 3189
Air North Pty Ltd, PO Box 38133, Winnellie NT 5789
Air Pioneer Pty Ltd Box 5494 MACKAY MAIL CENTRE, QLD 4741
Air Queensland, P.O. Box 1381, Cairns, 4870
Air Whitsunday PO Box 166 AIRLIE BEACH, QLD 4802
Airag Services Pty Ltd Hangar 17 BANKSTOWN AIRPORT, NSW 2200
Airborne Accessories Pty Ltd, P.O. Box 87, Greenacre, 2190 (Building 107, Bankstown Airport)
Aircare Pty Ltd Building 2 PARAFIELD AIRPORT, SA 5106
Aircare Pty Ltd PO Box 22 MOLLOY, QLD 4880
Aircentre, P.O. Box 521, Albury 2640.
Aircraft Accessory Service PARAFIELD AIRPORT, SA 5106
Aircraft Component Engineering Pty Ltd Cairns Airport CAIRNS, QLD 4870
Aircraft Engine Overhauls and Service PO Box 27 CHELTENHAM, VIC. 3192
Aircraft Engineers Assoc. Pty Ltd LISMORE, NSW 2480
Aircraft Industrial Marine Services, 43 Astley, Gosnells, 6110
Aircraft Maintenance Services Pty Ltd Cairns Airport CAIRNS, QLD 4870

Airfarm Associates Pty Ltd, P.O. Box 424, Tamworth, 2340

Airflite Pty Ltd Hangar 112 JANDAKOT AIRPORT, WA 6164
Airflite Pty Ltd of 37 Eagle Drive, Jandakot Airport, Western Australia
Airlines of Tasmania Pty Ltd PO Box 1126 EVANDALE, TAS. 7212
Airmotive Elect. Services, T/A A.A. Airmotive Aviation PO Box 97 MENTONE, VIC. 3194
Airport Aviation Centre ARCHERFIELD AIRPORT, QLD 4108
Airport, 2200
Airprop Services Vic. Pty Ltd PO Box 216 CHELTENHAM, VIC. 3192
Airships Pacific PO Box 42, Schofields QUAKERS HILL, NSW 2763
Airships Pacific Pty Ltd PO Box 58 LIDCOMBE, NSW 2141
Airtex Aviation, Hangar 501 Bankstown Aerodrome, Bankstown, 2200.
Albatross Air Charters, 6 Todd St, Kangaroo Island, 5223
Albatross Airlines 6 Todd Street, KINGSCOTE, KANGAROO ISLAND, SA 5223
Albion Air Services, Hangar 4, Albion Park Airport, Albion Park, 3020
Alice Springs Aero Club, P.O. Box 508, Alice Springs, 5750
Amalgamated Wireless (Australasia), 47 York St, Sydney, 2000
Angus Aviation and Maintenance Hangar 1 EVANS HEAD, NSW 2473
Ansett General Aviation PO Box PA1095 ALICE SPRINGS, NT 5750
Ansett General Aviation, P.O. Box 220, Bankstown, 2200
Ansett Trans Ind. (Ops) Pty Ltd, T/A Aerolec Building 120 PARAFIELD AIRPORT, SA 5106
Apollo Air 137 Brebner Drive WEST LAKES, SA 5021
Aquatic Airways Pty Ltd Barrenjoey Boathouse, Governor Phillip Park PALM BEACH, NSW 2018
Aquila Aviation Pty Ltd PO Box 396 BANKSTOWN, NSW 2200
Archerfield A/C Maintenance PO Box 32 ARCHERFIELD, QLD 4108
Archerfield Flight Centre, Archerfield Aerodrome Beatty Road ARCHERFIELD, QLD 4108
Arnhem Air Charter Pty Ltd, P.O. Box 39431, Winnellie, 5789
Augusta Airways PO Box 1756 PORT AUGUSTA, SA 5700
Aussi Wide Aero Services, T/A Mark Ian Leech PO Box 142 QUIRINDI, NSW 2343
Australian Aeronautics Pty Ltd, Hangar 2, Archerfield Airport, 4108
Australian Air Charterers Pty Ltd Northern Avenue MOORABBIN, VIC. 3192
Australian Jet Charter MASCOT, NSW 2020
Australian Regional Airlines (QLD) Pty Ltd 1st Floor, 247 Adelaide Street BRISBANE, QLD 4000
Avdel Pty Ltd 18 Ellis Street SOUTH YARRA, VIC. 3141
Avdev Airlines of Australia, Eleventh St, Mascot, 2020
Aviation & Marine Investment Services Pty Ltd, Arvo St, Bankstown
Aviation Centre Maintenance Pty Ltd 444 Marion Street BANKSTOWN, NSW 2200
Aviation Centre Pty Ltd, 444 Marion St, Bankstown, 2200
Aviation Industries Pty Ltd, T/A Airag Services Bankstown Airport BANKSTOWN, NSW 2200
Aviation Turbine Overhaul Pty Ltd Moorabbin Airport MELBOURNE, VIC. 3194
Avinel Support Group Hangar 4 ARCHERFIELD, QLD 4108
Avior Pty Ltd, 431 Great Eastern Highway, Redcliffe WA 6104
Aviotronics Pty Ltd, Hangar 120, Bankstown Airport, Bankstown, 2200
Avon Aviation Pty Ltd 107 Northcove Road, LONG BEACH, BATEMANS BAY, NSW 2536
Avtex Aviation Services, 501 Tower Rd, Bankstown, 2200

B. & W. Aircraft Pty Ltd, c/- Post Office, Parafield Airport, 5106

B.D. Banister, T/A Banister Avionics 16 Charlotte Street ROCKHAMPTON, QLD 4700
B.J. Ryan and A.T. Byrnes, T/A Central City Airmotive PO Box 1430 ALICE SPRINGS, NT 5750
B.J. Westin, T/A Isa Aviation Services Bldg. Mt. Isa Airport MT. ISA, QLD 4825
B.S. Stillwell-Ford Pty Ltd, T/A Commander Charter 20 Aruma Street REGENCY PARK, SA 5010
Banninkare (Aircraft Engineers) Pty Ltd Lawson Drive PICNIC POINT, NSW 2213
Barrier Air Taxi Service PO Box 57 BROKEN HILL SOUTH, NSW 2880
Batchelor Aviation Pty Ltd Post Office BATCHELOR, NT 5791
Beagle Airways PO Box 1634 CAIRNS, QLD 4870
Beech-Air, Hangar 50B, Parafield Airport, 5106
Bell Helicopter, P.O. Box 18, Eagle Farm, 4007 (Brisbane Airport, Eagle Farm, Qld)
Benders Spreading CES 1964 Pty Ltd 123 Albert Road MOONAH, TAS. 7009
Benders Spreading Services Pty Ltd, 123 Albert Rd, Moonah, 7009
Bernies Aviation, Hangar 125, Jandakot Airport, 6164
Bill Bryant Aircraft Eng. Pty Ltd Tamworth Airport WESTDALE, NSW 2340
Biritex Pty Ltd, Hangar 480 Miles St, Bankstown Airport, 2200.
Blanch's Holdings Pty Ltd INGHAM, QLD 4850
Business Aviation Centre, Hangar 81, Essendon Airport, 3041.
C. Atkins MEEKATHARRA, WA 6642
Cairns Aerial Services Pty Ltd PO Box 5099 MSO, CAIRNS, QLD 4870
Camden Aviation Pty Ltd Hangar 55, Camden Aerodrome CAMDEN, NSW 2570
Cape York Air Services PO Box 6267 CAIRNS, QLD 4871
Cargomasters Pty Ltd, 608 St Kilda Rd, Melbourne, 3004
Central Australian Airways, G.P.O. Box 124B, Adelaide, 5001
Central Australian Helicopters, 101 Lackman Tce, Alice Springs, 5750
Central Aviation Pty Ltd Hangar 276 BANKSTOWN AIRPORT, NSW 2200
Central Highlands Air Taxis Pty Ltd, (T/A Central Aerial Services), PO Box 172, Emerald Qld 4720
Chapman R. & H. Jeffries D., T/A Chapman Avionics PO Box 348 NUNDAH, QLD 4012
Chartair (Maintenance) Pty Ltd, P.O. Box 42, Evandale, 7212
Chartair PO Box 1921 ALICE SPRINGS, NT 5750
Chrishine Nominees Pty Ltd, T/A Shine Aviation Services 11 Grant Street GERALDTON, WA 6530
City and Country Helicopters Pty Ltd PO Box 351 CALOUNDRA, QLD 4551
Civil Flying Services Pty Ltd, Moorabbin Airport, Mentone, 3194
Coastal Flight Maintenance, P.O. Box 747, Nambour, 4560.
Coastal Flight Mtce. PO Box 747 NAMBOUR, QLD 4560
Coddair Services Pty Ltd, PO Box 12, Brisbane Airport Qld 4007
Codds Air Service, P.O. Box 226, Roma, 4455
Coffs Aero Maintenance, T/A R.J. and S.V. Carden 41 Bradford Park Drive BONVILLE, NSW 2441
Coffs Harbour Aviation, P.O. Box 467, Coffs Harbour, 2450
Com-Law (No. 1) Pty Ltd, T/A Qld Aircraft Repairs and Maint. PO Box 1149 BUNDABERG, QLD 4670
Commercial Aviation Pty Ltd, P.O. Box 51, Bankstown, 2200
Commodore Aviation Pty Ltd, P.O. Box 135, Port Lincoln, 5606
Cooktown Air Services Pty Ltd, P.O. Box 22, Molloy, 4871
Country Air PO Box 1531 ROCKHAMPTON, QLD 4700

Cropair PO Box 871 GRIFFITH, NSW 2680

Cropcair Aviation (Peter Smart) Pty Ltd, Hangar 71, Aerodrome Archerfield Qld 4108
Crowley Airways Pty Ltd PO Box 8 CAMDEN, NSW 2570
Curley Air Maintenance Pty Ltd, P.O. Box 28, Archerfield, 4108
D.M. McClymont, T/A McClymont Aircraft Engineering Dalkeith LONGREACH, QLD 4730
D.P. Behan and E.M. Belotti, T/A D.P. Behan PO Box 406 ROMA, QLD 4455
Dalby Air Maintenance PO Box 624 DALBY, QLD 4405
Darling Downs Aircraft Services Pty Ltd, T/A Keyland Aviaton PO Box 376 DALBY, QLD 4405
Darling Downs Aircraft Services, T/A Dalby Air Maintenance PO Box 376 DALBY, QLD 4405
Darwick Holdings Pty Ltd, T/A Dwyer Aviation Services, c/- Towers, Mart and Davies, Denham and Sturt Streets TOWNSVILLE, QLD 4810
Darwin Aero Club Inc. PO Box 39252 WINELLIE, NT 5789
Darwin General Aviation Pty Ltd, P.O. Box 39340, Winnellie, 5789
Dasyl Avionics Pty Ltd Hangar 273 Rearwin Place BANKSTOWN AIRPORT, NSW 2200
Davionics Industrial Electronics PO Box 709 ALICE SPRINGS, NT 5750
Douglas Aviation PO Box 99 TOCUMWAL, NSW 2714
Dunmere Pty Ltd c/- Broad Pollock and Co. Suite 3, 27 Anzac Avenue REDCLIFFE, QLD 4020
E. and A. Wilson Aviation Pty Ltd Hangar 5, Archerfield Aerodrome, Beatty Road ARCHERFIELD, QLD 4108
East Coast (Commuter) Airlines Pty Ltd, T/A Tamair and Airfam Association PO Box 49 WESTDALE, NSW 2340
East-Coast Airlines Ltd, P.O. Box 49, Westdale, 2340
Easter Airways PO Box 177 CHARLESTOWN, NSW 2290
Edmund Schneider Pty Ltd Gawler Aerodrome, Two Wheels Road GAWLER, SA 5118
Executive Air Maintenance, Essendon Airport, 3041
Eyre Commuter PO Box 16 CUMMINS, SA 5631
F. Lindsay Investments Pty Ltd t/as A.F.T.S. Maintenance Pty Ltd, P.O. Box 143, Yagoona NSW 2199.
Fairbairn Charter Training School Canberra Airport CANBERRA, ACT 2600
Famous Aust. Aircraft Pty Ltd Hangar 54 PARAFIELD AIRPORT, SA 5106
Farmair Pty Ltd, 189 Railway Pde, Maylands, 6051
Field Air Ballarat Pty Ltd Building 84, Municipal Airport BALLARAT, VIC. 3350
Fixed O Rotary Wing Engineering PO Box 404 CAMDEN, NSW 2570
Fleet Support Pty Ltd, GPO Box 180, Glenelg, 5045.
Flight Facilities Pty Ltd, Eleventh St, Mascot, 2020
Flightways Air Services Pty Ltd Perth Airport GUILDFORD, WA 6055
Flightwest Airlines Pty Ltd, P.O. Box 1169, Eagle Farm, Qld, 4009.
Flinders Aviation, P.O Box 564, Redcliffe, 4020.
Flinders Island Airlines Pty Ltd, Hangar 10, Third St, Moorabbin Airport, Mentone, 3192
Fliteway Pty Ltd, P.O. Box 210, Cheltenham, 3192
Flyer Higher Pty Ltd, Hangar 8, Redcliffe Airport, Qld., 4020.
Forman-Air Field Services Wahgunyah SOUTHBROOK, QLD 4352
Forrester, Stephen Pty Ltd, Essendon Airport, North Essendon, 3040
Fortesque Air Charter PO Box 107 WITTENOOM, WA 6752
Fred Blake-Piper Pty Ltd, P.O. Box 180, Mentone, 3194
Fyfe's Flight Centre PO Box 523 ARCHERFIELD, QLD 4108
G.B. Ditchment Pty Ltd ARCHERFIELD AIRPORT, QLD 4108

G.K. Chadnick and D.R. Smart Pty Ltd, T/A Chadnick and Smart A/C Eng. 8 King Street KINGAROY, QLD 4610
G.P. Dane and Others, T/A Golden Baymaintenance 23 Corsair Drive WILLETTON, WA 6155
G.W. Campbell, P.O. Box 13, Mudgee, 2850
General Aviation Maintenance Hangar 1 ESSENDON AIRPORT, VIC. 3041
General Aviation Maintenance Pty Ltd, P.O. Box 5034, Toowoomba City North, 4350
Geoterex Pty Ltd, 13 Whiting St, Artarmon, 2064.
Gill Layt Flying School Pty Ltd 42 Vanessa Street SUNNYBANK, QLD 4109
Gillies Aircraft 41 McIntosh Street AIRPORT WEST, VIC. 3043
Gippsland Aeronautics PO Box 881 MORWELL, VIC. 3840
Gisborne Aeronautics 19 Daly Street GISBORNE, VIC. 3437
Gold Wings Aviation Pty Ltd, M.S.O. Box 5732, Townsville Qld 4810
Goldfields Air Services PO Box 435 KALGOORLIE, WA 5430
Goulding Airmotive Bendigo Pty Ltd RSD McDowalls Road BENDIGO EAST, VIC. 3551
Great Barrier Reef F Boats, T/A Air Whitsunday PO Box 166 AIRLIE BEACH, QLD 4802
Gulf Air Pty Ltd Hangar 6, Parafield Airport PARAFIELD, SA 5106
Gydir Air Charter Pty Ltd, T/A Gwydir Air PO Box 243 MOREE, NSW 2400
Haigh Helicopters Pty Ltd SPRINGFIELD, SA 5062
Hawker De Havilland, Guildford Airport, 6055 (P.O. Box 142, Belmont,6104)
Hawker Pacific Pty Ltd, Hangar 135, Bankstown Airport, 2200
Hazelton Air Services Pty Ltd, P.O. Box 12, Cudal, 2864
Helicopter A/C Maintenance Pty Ltd PO Box 2168 MT. ISA, QLD 4825
Helicopter Logistics PO Box 376 DALBY, QLD 4405
Helicopter Operators Pty Ltd PO Box 2168 MT. ISA, QLD 4825
Helicopter Operators Pty Ltd, 97 Albert St, Brisbane, 4000
Helicopter Resources (Offshore) Pty Ltd PO Box 352 REVESBY, NSW 2212
Helicopter Resources Pty Ltd Westernport Airfield, 110 Stuart Road TYABB, VIC. 3913
Helicopter Service Centre Pty Ltd, Hangar 464, Bankstown Airport, 2200
Heliflite Pty Ltd, PMB 44 Windsor Rd, Castle Hill, 2154
Helijet Aviation Services Terminal Drive BRISBANE AIRPORT, QLD 4007
Heli-Muster Pty Ltd c/- Victoria River Downs Station via KATHERINE, NT 5771
Helitrans Australia Pty Ltd, P.O. Box 1492, Cairns, 4870
Henebery Aviation Co., Caloundra Airport, Caloundra, 4551
Hinterland Aviation PO Box 5711 CAIRNS, QLD 4870
Hookway Aviation Pty Ltd, Hobart Airport, 7000
Howard Wilson Aviation, c/- P.O. Wandal, Rockhampton, 4700
Howick Investments, T/A Compass Airlines PO Box 421 HAMILTON, VIC. 3300
I.H. Clapham, T/A I.H.C. Aviation Services Hangar 30, Bay C COOLANGATTA AIRPORT, QLD 4225
Ian A. Wilson Ltd PO Box 275 MACKAY, QLD 4740
Illawarra Flying School Pty Ltd, Hangar 276, Bankstown Airport and Melperra Rd, Bankstown, 2200
Independent Instruments (Aviation) Pty Ltd First Avenue MOORABBIN AIRPORT, VIC. 3192
Interair Pty Ltd Hangar 7 ESSENDON AIRPORT, VIC. 3041
Interstate Parcel Express Co. (Aust.) Pty Ltd, Hangar 86, Bristol St, Essendon Airport, 3041
Island Air Maintenance PO Box 58 WYNYARD, TAS. 7325
J.B.A. Aviation, Gipsy Street, Bankstown Airport, Bankstown NSW 2200
J.F. Czerwinski, T/A Eastland Air PO Box 457 TOOWOOMBA, QLD 4350

Jack Brabham Aviation Pty Ltd, Hangar 274, Bankstown Airport, 2200

Jamive Holdings Pty Ltd, T/A North Queensland Aerial Service PO Box 275 MACKAY, QLD 4740
Jayrow Helicopters Pty Ltd, P.O. Box 46, Mentone, 3194
Jet Care Pty Ltd PO Box 246 HAMILTON CENTRAL, QLD 4007
Jet Centre Avionics Pty Ltd, P.O. Box 90, Mascot, N.S.W., 2020.
John Cameron Aviation Hangar 473 BANKSTOWN AIRPORT, NSW 2200
John Cameron Aviation, Hangar 473, Bankstown Airport, 2200
Jones Air Maintenance PO Box 10 KEMPTON, TAS. 7409
K.T. Clother and V.M. Clother 112 Clough Street MT. GRAVATT, QLD 4122
Ken Aviation Pty Ltd PO Box 745 PROSPECT EAST, SA 5082
Ken Stredwick Aircraft Pty Ltd PO Box 162 DEVONPORT, TAS. 7310
Kendell Airlines (Aust) Pty Ltd Forest Hill Airport WAGGA WAGGA, NSW 2650
Kevron Aviation Pty Ltd 121 Hill Street EAST PERTH, WA 6000
Kooinda Pty Ltd, PO Box 160, Stirling SA 5152
L.J. and P.D. McIver, T/A McIver Aviation Airport HOXTON PARK, NSW 2171
L.K. Aviation Pty Ltd, T/A Keyland Aviation Aerodrome DALBY, QLD 4408
Lake City Aviation Pty Ltd PO Box 1381 MOUNT GAMBIER, SA 5290
Lanhams Air Charter Pty Ltd, Mt Isa Aerodrome, Mt Isa, 4825
Latrobe Valley Aero Club Latrobe Valley Airport TRARALGON, VIC. 3844
Leach Aero Services Pty Ltd, 101 Lackman Terrace, Alice Springs NT 5750
Leach Aero Services Pty Ltd, T/A Central Australian Helicopters ALICE SPRINGS, NT 5750
Leeman Pty Ltd VICTORIA RIVER DOWNS STAT, NT 5771
Lewis Aviation Services 85 The Esplanade, GOLDEN BEACH CALOUNDRA, QLD 4551
Limrose Pty Ltd 9 Sweetgum Street BELLBOWRIE, QLD 4070
Lincoln Airlines PORT LINCOLN, SA 5606
Lloyd Air (Qld) Pty Ltd Brisbane Airport BRISBANE, QLD 4007
Lloyd Aviation Jet Charter Pty Ltd Adelaide Airport ADELAIDE, SA 5000
Lloyd Aviation Pty Ltd, 2 Miegunyan Ave, Unley Park, 5062
Lloyd Helicopters Pty Ltd Adelaide Airport ADELAIDE, SA 5000
Longreach Air Charter "Tanamera" LONGREACH, QLD 4730
M. Groves WINNELIE, NT 5789
M.I.A. Aviation Services, P.O. Box 1456, Griffith, 2680
M.L. Horscraft Family Trust, T/A General Engineering Services Lot Gossage Road MUNDIJONG, WA 6202
Mackay Avionics PO Box 5602, Mackay Mail Centre MACKAY, QLD 4741
Macknight Airlines PO Box 356 DENILIQUIN, NSW 2710
Maf-Air Services Pty Ltd Airport BALLARAT, VIC. 3352
Mahon Aviation Pty Ltd, Geelong Airport, Torquay Rd, Mt Duneed, 3216.
Manning River Aero Club Ltd PO Box 316 TAREE, NSW 2430
Marwill Airways, Lot 1 Burragorang Rd, The Oaks, 2570
Masling Commuter Services Pty Ltd, P.O. Box 220, Cootamundra, 2590
Masling Industries Pty Ltd Hangar 3 Airport COOTAMUNDRA, NSW 2590
Masling Rotor Hangar 3 Airport COOTAMUNDRA, NSW 2590
Mayne-Bristow Helicopters, Jandakot Airport, 6164
McKinlay Air Charter Kooroora MCKINLAY, QLD 4823
Melbourne Aircraft Maintenance Hangar 102 ESSENDON AIRPORT, VIC. 3041
Merimbula Aircraft Maintenance PO Box 29 PAMBULA, NSW 2549
Metal Trades Industry Association of Australia, 105 Walker St, North Sydney, 2060
Midcoast Aviation PO Box 1531 ROCKHAMPTON, QLD 4700
Midstate Airlines 131 Claisebrook Road EAST PERTH, WA 6000
Missionary Aviation Fellowship PO Box 211 BOX HILL, NSW 3128

Monarch Aviation Pty Ltd, Box CP 35, Condell Park, 2200.
Muir Aviation Pty Ltd PO Box 10 KUNUNURRA, WA 6743
Mulga Park Station Pty Ltd ALICE SPRINGS, NT 5750
N. Karp 54 Kunde Street LOGANHOLME, QLD 4129
N.A.S.A. PO Box 207 CESSNOCK, NSW 2325
N.A.S.A., P.O. Box 207, Cessnock, 2325
N.J. and L.A. Dallas, T/A Kimberley Electronics 968 Bandicoot Drive KUNUNURRA, WA 6743
N.M. Mearns, P.L. Hunt, J.E. Anderson, T/A Mearns N.M. and Partners PO Box 13 NANANGO, QLD 4315
National Jet Systems Pty Ltd, Adelaide International Airport, Adelaide, 5000.
National Safety Council of Australia, (Victorian Division, PO Box 700, Traralgon Vic. 3844
Navair Pty Ltd, Hangar 120, Bankstown Aerodrome, 2200
Navitron Pty Ltd PO Box 121 YAGOONA, NSW 2199
New England Aerial Top Dressing Pty Ltd, T/A Superair PO Box 76 ARMIDALE, NSW 2350
Nicholas Skyways Pty Ltd PO Box 21 MENTONE, VIC. 3194
Nicholsons Air Services Pty Ltd PO Box 91 WEE WAA, NSW 2388
Norfolk Airlines 225 Adelaide Street BRISBANE, QLD 4000
North Australian Air Charters Aero Engineering Pty Ltd Mt. Isa House, 122 Walker Street TOWNSVILLE, QLD 4810
North Queensland Aerial Sales & Service Pty Ltd, P.O. Box 353, Mareeba, 4880
North Queensland Aero Club Airport Cook Highway, AEROGLEN CAIRNS, QLD 4870
North Queensland Aero Club, Airport Cook Highway, Aeroglen, 4870
North West Aircraft Serv. Pty Ltd PO Box 225 ARCHERFIELD, QLD 4108
Northern Aircraft Maintenance Services PO Box 399 VIRGINIA, SA 5120
Northern Rotorwing Services Pty Ltd, c/- E.E. Smith and Co. 67 Lake Street CAIRNS, QLD 4870
Northern/Western Aviation Service, P.O. Box 547, Aitkenvale, 4814
O'Connor Aero Maintenance Pty Ltd, P.O. Box 180, Mt Gambier, 5290.
O'Connor Airlines PO Box 21 MOUNT GAMBIER, SA 5290
Okanagan Helicopters Australia Pty Ltd, P.O. Box 37, Applecross, 6153
Opal Air Pty Ltd, Adelaide Airport, 5000
Orange Air Pty Ltd PO Box 505 ORANGE, NSW 2800
Ord Air Charter Pty Ltd PO Box 73 WYNDHAM, WA 6740
Ord River Aircraft Services, P.O. Box 72, Kununurra, 6743
Outback Air Charter Pty Ltd PO Box 179 BROOME, WA 6725
Outback Air Pty Ltd, 181 Jensen Street, Edge Hill, Cairns Qld 4870
Owston Nominees (No. 2) Pty Ltd TIPPERARY STATION, NT
Oxley Airlines 91 Horton Street PORT MACQUARIE, NSW 2444
P. & T. Aviation Pty Ltd, Bankstown Airport, 2200
P. and T. Eng. O'Hauls Pty Ltd PO Box 703 BANKSTOWN, NSW 2200
P. and W.C. Aircraft Services (A'asia) Pty Ltd PO Box 56 MELBOURNE AIRPORT, VIC. 3045
Pacific Aero Eng. Pty Ltd PO Box 1492 CAIRNS, QLD 4870
Pacific Aviation Pty Ltd PO Box 220 BANKSTOWN, NSW 2200
Pagas Aircraft Maintenance Pty Ltd, Parafield Airport, 5106
Paggi's Aviation PO Box 247 CARNARVON, NSW 6701
Paleto Pty Ltd, T/A Aeronautical Engineers Aust. PO Box 238 WILLETTON, WA 6155
Par Avion (Aero Engineering) PO Box 100 LINDISFARNE, TAS. 7015
Parafield Instrument Facilities PARAFIELD AIRPORT, SA 5106
Parkes Aviation Pty Ltd Hangar 162, Airport PARKES, NSW 2870

Pay's Air Service Pty Ltd, Scone Aerodrome, Scone NSW 2337
Pearce S.K. Pty Ltd, T/A Arcas Airways PO Box 675 ALBURY, NSW 2640
Peninsula Air Services, P.O. Box 94, Cheltenham, 3192
Peter Lewin Aircraft Maintenance Pty Ltd c/- Towers, Hart and Davies 84 Denham Street TOWNSVILLE, QLD 4810
Peter Lewis Townsville Airport TOWNSVILLE, QLD 4810
Phillip Island Air Services 170 Thompson Avenue COWES, VIC. 3922
Piccolo Airlines PO Box 832 ROCKHAMPTON, QLD 4700
Piccolo R. and C.P., T/A Piccolo Aviation and Phoenix Aviation PO Box 360 GLADSTONE, QLD 4680
Pinegrove Pty Ltd t/as Maryborough Aviation Services, P.O. Box 746, Maryborough, Qld., 4650.
Pro Aviation, P.O. Box 157, Camden, 2570.
Professional Helicopter Services Pty Ltd Bundoora Parade MOORABBIN AIRPORT, VIC. 3194
Promair Airlines Midland Highway WELSHPOOL, VIC. 3966
Promair Port Albert GIPPSLAND, VIC. 3971
Q.O.T.S. Air Charter PO Box 287 WINTON, QLD 4735
Queensland Aviation Services, P.O. Box 400, Redcliffe, 4020
Queensland Aviation Support Pty Ltd PO Box 440 REDCLIFFE, QLD 4020
Queensland Pacific Maintenance, P.O. Box 5, Eagle Farm, 4007.
R.A.V. Helicopters Pty Ltd, c/- Brigden and Partners 26 Florence Street HORNSBY, NSW 2077
R.N. Geary and P.K. Moore, T/A Clearview Aviation PO Box 440 NORTHAM, WA 6410
Radial Aircraft Engines ARCHERFIELD, QLD 4108
Rathim Pty Ltd, T/A Aussie Wide PO Box 142 QUIRINDI, NSW 2343
Ray Dickinson Electrics Hangar 106 JANDAKOT AIRPORT, WA 6164
Ray Jay Aircraft PO Box 46 COLDSTREAM, VIC. 3770
Rebel Air Pty Ltd, 9 Beaumond Ave, Maroubra, 6153
Redcliffe Flying Services, Redcliffe Aerodrome, Redcliffe, 4020
Rednell Pty Ltd PO Box 6114 TOOWOOMBA WEST, QLD 4350
Revill Aviation Services, P.O. Box 202, Kellerberrin, 6410
Rex Aviation Ltd, P.O. Box 51, Bankstown, 2200
Rex Budd Pty Ltd PO Box 994 MAREEBA, QLD 4880
Robbys Aerial Services, Parafield Airport, 5106
Ronald Clive Walker, T/A Walker Aviation Building 107 BANKSTOWN, NSW 2200
Rose Aircraft Engineers Pty Ltd, 2 Canoona Road, Rockhampton Qld 4700
Ross Avionics Pty Ltd, Parrafield Airport SA 5105
Rossair Pty Ltd, Hangar 58, Parafield Airport, 5106
Rotacare Pty Ltd, P.O. Box 313, Niddrie, 3038.
Rotaylor Pty Ltd t/a Jetcare, Casey Ave, MacKay, 4740.
Rotor Services 20 Coronation Drive DARWIN, NT 5790
Rotor Works Pty Ltd PO Box 439 BANKSTOWN, NSW 2200
Roy Coburn Aviation Pty Ltd Hangar 114, Airport BANKSTOWN, NSW 2200
Royal Aero Club of New South Wales, P.O. Box 255, Bankstown, 2200
Royal Aero Club of South Australia Inc., Parafield Airport, 5106
Royal Aero Club of Western Australia Inc., Jandakot Airport, 6164
Royal Flying Doctor Service (NSW Section), 49 York St, Sydney, 2000
Royal Flying Doctor Service (W.A. Section) Inc., 187 Roberts Rd, Subiaco, 6008
Royal Flying Doctor Service of Aust. 227 Collins Street MELBOURNE, VIC. 3000
Royal Flying Doctor Service of Aust. 379 Queen Street BRISBANE, QLD 4000

Royal Flying Doctor Service of Aust. PO Box 563 BROKEN HILL, NSW 2880

Royal Flying Doctor Service Of Aust., Central Section PO Box 385 NORWOOD, SA 5067
Royal Flying Doctor Service of Aust., Eastern Goldfields PO Box 444 KALGOORLIE, WA 6430
Royal Flying Doctor Service, Northern Territory Section, Alice Springs NT 5750
Royal Newcastle Aero Club, P.O. Box 136, Maitland, 2320
Royal Qld Aero Club PO Box 41 ARCHERFIELD, QLD 4108
Royal Queensland Aero Club Beatty Road ARCHERFIELD, QLD 4108
Royal Victorian Aero Club Moorabbin Airport MENTONE, VIC. 3194
Royal Victorian Aero Club, P.O. Box 22, Cheltenham, 3192
Rudy's Aero Engines Pty Ltd, P.O. Box 1084, Sale, 3850.
Rundle Air Service Pty Ltd, P.O. Box 143, Aitkenvale Qld 4814
Rural Helicopters PO Box 520 PORT MACQUARIE, NSW 2444
S.A. Aerospace Modifications Pty Ltd Hangar 55, Parafield Airport PARAFIELD, SA 5106
S.A. Agric. Aviation, T/A Robby's Aerial Services PARAFIELD AIRPORT, SA 5106
S.P. Aviation Pty Ltd PO Box 115 SHEFFIELD, TAS. 7306
Saatas Pty Ltd 315 Main North Road ENFIELD, SA 5085
Sabair Airlines, T/A Kingaroy Air Maintenance c/- R.N. Elliot and Co. 123 Ruthven TOOWOOMBA, QLD 4350
Savage Air, P.O. Box 183, Mittagong, 2565
Schofields Flying Club Ltd Schofields Aerodrome SCHOFIELDS, NSW 2762
Schutt Aviation, P.O. Box 83, Cheltenham, 3192
Seair Pacific Pty Ltd 15 Howard Street RUNAWAY BAY, QLD 4216
Second Chariot Air Services Pty Ltd, Westernport Airfield, Stuart Rd,
Sherrard Aviation, Main Terminal Building, Essendon Airport, 3041.
Shine Aviation Services 11 Grant Street GERALDTON, WA 6530
Singleton Air Services Pty Ltd 149A John Street SINGLETON, NSW 2330
Sirgo Pty Ltd, (T/A Northwest Aerial Mustering Services), P.O. Box 61, Halls Creek WA 6770
Skycraft Electronics Jandakot Airport JANDAKOT, WA 6164
Skyfarmers Pty Ltd, P.O. Box 64, Leongatha, 3953
Skywest Airlines Pty Ltd, 141 George Street, Quirindi, 2343
Skywest Airlines Pty Ltd, 450 Belmont Avenue, Kewdale WA 6105 [V013a]
Skywest Aviation Pty Ltd PO Box 894 CLOVERDALE, WA 6105
Sleigh, H.C. Aviation Ltd, Terminal Building, Essendon Airport, 3041
Sling Air KUNNANURRA, WA 6743
Slingsby Helicopters Pty Ltd KUNUNURRA, WA 6743
South Australian & Territory Air Service Pty Ltd, Adelaide Airport, 5000
South Coast Air Centre Pty Ltd, P.O. Box 295, Aldinga, 5173
South West Aviation, C/- Aerodrome, Cootamundra NSW 2590
South West Avionics, Cootamundra Airport NSW 2590
South Western Airlines Pty Ltd, Hangar 50B, Parafield Airport, 5106
Southern Aircraft Maintenance Hangar 55, Parafield Airport PARAFIELD, SA 5106
Southern Cross Museum Trust c/- Hangar 54 PARAFIELD, SA 5107
Specialised Aviation Service, Hangar 27, Parafield Airport, 5106.
Statewide Air Charter, 157 Bell St, Kangaroo Point, 4169
Staywood Airlines PO Box 709 WARNAMBOOL, VIC. 3280
Stillwell Aviation (A'asia) Pty Ltd, P.O. Box 266, Niddrie, 3042
Stillwell Civil Flying Services Pty Ltd 133 Cotham Road KEW, VIC. 3101
Sunbird Airlines PO Box 1492 CAIRNS, QLD 4870

Sunraysia Air Taxis Pty Ltd, P.O. Box 6, Mildura, 3500

Sunstate Airlines, (Whitaker Pty Ltd), P.O. Box 186, Maryborough Qld 4850
Super Air, Armidale Aerodrome, Armidale NSW 2350
Super Spread Aviation Australia Pty Ltd, P.O. Box 7, Mentone, 3194
Superior Aviation Services (Aust.) Pty Ltd PO Box 399 CHELTENHAM, VIC. 3192
Surf Air Pty Ltd, P.O. Box 2544, Southport, 4215.
Surf Life Saving Association of Australia, 12B The Grande Parade, Brighton-Le-Sands, N.S.W., 2216.
Sydney Airways Hangar 470 BANKSTOWN AIRPORT, NSW 2200
Tablelands Air Services PO Box 150 MUDGEE, NSW 2850
Tablelands Aircraft Maintenance PO Box 206 WALKAMIN, QLD 4872
Talair Australia Pty Ltd, Hangar 220, Aerodrome Archerfield, Beatty Rd, Archerfield, 4108
Tam Helicopters Pty Ltd c/- Benth Wheeler Cartlege and Co. Primary Building, 99 Creek Street BRISBANE, QLD 4000
Tamair Charter Westdale TAMWORTH, NSW 2340
Tasair Pty Ltd Cambridge Aerodrome HOBART, TAS. 7001
Tasmanian Aero Club, P.O. Box 42, Evandale, 7212
The Aero Club of Southern Tasmania GPO Box 451E HOBART, TAS. 7001
The Aviation Centre, Westernport Airfield, Sturart Rd, Tyabb, 3913.
The General Aviation (Australia), Stinson Cres, Bankstown Airport, 2200
The Royal Aero Club of NSW, Bankstown Airport Marion Street BANKSTOWN, NSW 2200
The Victorian Chamber of Manufactures, 370 St Kilda Rd, Melbourne, 3004
Thomson Aviation Group Pty Ltd, T/A Midcoast Aviation PO Box 1531 ROCKHAMPTON, QLD 4700
Tillair Pty Ltd, P.O. Box 710, Katherine, 5780
Tocumwal Aviation Services Pty Ltd TOCUMWAL, NSW 2714
Top End Aviation, Darwin Airport, Darwin NT 5790
Top Soil Dressing, T/A Superair Armidale Aerodrome ARMIDALE, NSW 2350
Torvex Pty Ltd BALAKLAVA, SA 5461
Total Aircraft Maintenance, Hangar 1, Toowoomba Airport, 4350.
Townsville Aero Club, P.O. Box 5309 MSO, Townsville, 4810
Transecutive Airlines/Aero Support International Building 92 ESSENDON AIRPORT, VIC. 3041
Trevlyn Pty Ltd, T/A Goldfields Air Services PO Box 435 KALGOORLIE, WA 6430
Trojan Aerial Services Pty Ltd, Box 467, Virginia, 5120
Tuna City Aviation PO Box 327 PORT LINCOLN, SA 5606
Turbo Maintenance Pty Ltd Hangar 11 MOORRABBIN AIRPORT, VIC. 3194
Tweed Aircraft Servicing Murwillumbah Airport MURWILLUMBAH, NSW 2484
Tyabb, 3913.
Vee-H Aviation Pty Ltd PO Box 565 CANBERRA CITY, ACT 2601
Von Air Pty Ltd "Allcanons", Blackpoint Road TAIRO, QLD 4650
Vonair-M.T.J. Services, 115 Kirra Cres, Batchelor, 5791
Vowell Air Services Pty Ltd, Stuart Rd, Tyabb, 3913
W. Bryant, c/- Tamworth Airport, 2340
Walker Aviation, Bankstown Aerodrome, Bankstown, 2200
Wannon Investments PO Box 421 HAMILTON, VIC. 3300
Waratah Air Services Richards Avenue WUDINNA, SA 5652
Warnervale Air Pty Ltd PO Box 383 WYONG, NSW 2259
Western (NSW) Airlines Pty Ltd Hangar 219, Forest Hill Airport WAGGA WAGGA, NSW 2650

Western Aerial Crop Spraying (Vic.) Pty Ltd PO Box 42 DERRINALLUM, VIC. 3325

Western Airmotive Pty Ltd, P.O. Box 114, Applecross, 6153
Western Aviation Pty Ltd PO Box 41 WYNYARD, TAS. 7325
Western Port Air Charter Pty Ltd Northern Hangar, Westernport Airfield,Stuart Rd TYABB, VIC. 3913
Westralian Aviation Pty Ltd, Jandakot Airport, 6164
Whitworth Aviation Pty Ltd Tower Road BANKSTOWN AIRPORT, NSW 2200
Willis Air Charter PO Box 360 COONAMBLE, NSW 2829
Wilmore Aviation Services (Vic.) Pty Ltd, Building 53, Morrabbin Airport, Mentone Vic. 3194
Wilson, Ian A. Ltd, P.O. Box 120, Rocklea, 4106
Wimmera Air Pty Ltd PO Box 305 STAWELL, VIC. 3380
Winair Waikerie Pty Ltd AIRPORT WAIKERIE, SA 5330
Winyre Aviation Pty Ltd Hangar 468, Avro Street BANKSTOWN AIRPORT, NSW 2200
Worldwind Antique Aircraft and Motor Car Works Luskintyre MAITLAND, NSW 2320
Wudinna Air Services Richards Avenue WUDINNA, SA 5652


APPENDIX B – WHO IS BOUND (LIST OF UNIONS)

[Appx B varied by PR969581 ppc 22Feb06]

The Australian Workers Union
The Communications, Electrical and Plumbing Union
The Australian Manufacturing Workers Union
The Australian Licensed Aircraft Engineers Association
[PR969581] CPSU, the Community and Public Sector Union


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Code:
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Title:
Aircraft Engineers (General Aviation) Award 1999
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Aircraft Engineers (General Aviation) Award 1999
Aircraft Engineers (General Aviation) Award 1999
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