Safety Checks Stopped
|Number of defects on Qantas aircraft likely to have gone undetected since 14th June 2012 when Aircraft Engineers were ordered by Fair Work Australia not to carry out safety checks prior to flights.|
What Management destroyed
- Created on Monday, 21 July 2014 12:41
- Last Updated on Monday, 21 July 2014 13:12
40% Discount for ALAEA Members
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- Created on Friday, 06 June 2014 17:11
- Last Updated on Friday, 06 June 2014 18:04
Working towards solutions to solve common issues that confront their industry is how unions work. Representing members in the best manner possible is at our very core, but often that is tested by the callousness and stupidity of the employers we negotiate with. Trying to do your best on behalf of your members as an executive of the Association, sometimes with your own job under threat, can be overwhelming at times. That is where the support of our ALAEA representatives is a blessing and the very backbone of our Association. The ground work they do sometimes makes a small difference, sometimes it makes a large difference but it often comes at the expense of personal or family time. Yet time and again our ALAEA Reps selflessly get on with helping us all.
As a change of the guard approaches at the ALAEA I am duty bound to express all our thanks as an Association to the ALAEA reps for their service. As I said above it is this service that ensures the ALAEA remains at the top of our game, and amongst the most well-represented unions in this country. I would especially like to thank outgoing executives who have served the members of the ALAEA with distinction including Qantas Councillors Vinko Vulin, Bobby McGee, Paul Cail, Chris Hall, Ralph Young and Dave Taylor (Qantas Regional Councillor). Last, but certainly not least, our sincere thanks go to Stephen Thorpe and Vin Leckie, our Forstaff Executive members who now, with the closure of Avalon, have no one to represent. I wish those who are leaving the industry, and those who remain still representing the members, all the very best in their future endeavours and big thanks from us all in the ALAEA. If you know or see any of these men shake their hand and thank them for their voluntary service.
Consultation continues in regards to Line Maintenance Operations changes at Qantas. For those not aware these changes could result in a loss of 175 licenced engineers Australia-wide and the further loss of unlicenced engineers, who represent our future. Whilst difficulties are often encountered by both sides during extensive employment negotiations the ALAEA seeks only one thing – the truth. When the truth is spoken both sides can make serious grounds in obviating and mitigating the need for job losses. Getting to the truth and determining its consequence is what our work is all about and the ALAEA Executive will continue to do our very best to make certain Australian LAMEs remain employed in Australia. The serious concerns raised by the ALAEA as to the ever changing work models and figures presented over the series of meetings by Qantas management has resulted in vibrant discussion to say the least. These meetings can get loud and tense but when you are passionate about aviation in this country, and passionate about keeping Australians employed in Aviation, that’s going to happen and we certainly don’t apologise for it.
- Created on Monday, 19 May 2014 08:38
- Last Updated on Monday, 19 May 2014 09:10
Please find attached information that was sent to Qantas last week relating to redundancies.
- Created on Friday, 16 May 2014 10:22
- Last Updated on Friday, 16 May 2014 10:36
"The Federal Executive approves the amendment of the ALAEA Rules by the insertion of
new rule 37C(a)(ii) in the following terms:
'(ii) by a related party of the Association, in connection with the performance of the
Federal Executive member's duties as a member of the Federal Executive.' "
Link to ALAEA Rules.
- Created on Wednesday, 05 March 2014 10:09
- Last Updated on Thursday, 06 March 2014 10:57
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