We all want a safe community.
And it’s the police who ensure our communities are protected.
In recent years, Tasmania’s Police have successfully brought down crime rates and made the streets safer.
The Unions Tasmania Women's Committee is made up of women from Unions affiliated with Unions Tasmania and is convened by Unions Tasmania President Roz Madsen. Each affiliated union may nominate 2 formal representatives to participate in the Committee.
The Committee meets monthly at Unions Tasmania.
To read more visit our Women's page
The Worker Assist WH&S Unit provides expert and proven advice, support and training to workers throughout industry and across Tasmania.
Our Unit has been providing WHS training for safety representatives for over 25 years and our courses have a reputation for informative, practical training providing skills which allow for effective participation and the management of WHS.
Unions Tasmania are proud to announce the launch of Worker Assist Tasmania. Worker Assist will provide specialised assistance to injured workers about claims for workers compensation and workplace injury management and return to work.
Phone: 1300 0 ASSIST.
The Anna Stewart Memorial Program for 2012 commenced on Tuesday 7th August 2012 and ran for 8very busy days.
This year's participants researched the Insecure Work issue and produced a PowerPoint Presentation outlining the issues facing workers across their relevant industries.
From Left: Natalie French, Rosemary Stuart, Gaylene Jones, Georgina Freeman, Adrienne Reeve, Bella Murfet and Emily Shepherd.
Below: The Anna Stewart Participants with Unions Tasmania Secretary Kevin Harkins.
Above: The Anna Stewart Memorial Project 2012 participants with joint program coordinator Tracey Connolly from the Independent Education Union.
Below attachment is the 2012 Program Itinerary: