DP World Industrial Action Order 2012.

Fair Work Australia has issued a section 418 order to stop or prevent industrial action.

The order is called the DP World Industrial Action Order 2012.

The order requires that there be no industrial action (including but not limited to bans, limitations and restrictions on work) by:

  • the MUA and officers, employees, agents and delegates of the MUA who come into contact with or have any responsibility for MUA members employed by DP World Sydney Limited at its terminal at Port Botany in the State of New South Wales, and MUA members employed by DP World Melbourne Limited at its terminal at Port of Melbourne in the State of Victoria; or

 

  • employees of DP World Sydney Limited or DP World Melbourne Limited who are members or eligible to be members of the MUA and are employed pursuant to the DP World Sydney Enterprise Agreement 2008 at its terminal at Port Botany in the State of New South Wales or employed pursuant to the DP World Melbourne Enterprise Agreement 2008 at its terminal at Port of Melbourne in the State ofVictoria (Employees).

The order also prevents the MUA from aiding, abetting, counselling, procuring,  authorising,  directing,  organising  or encouraging  any industrial action by Employees.

The order applies to:

  • the MUA and its officials, delegates, employees and agents who come into contact with or have any responsibility for MUA members employed by DP World Sydney Limited at its at its terminal at Port Botany in the State of New South Wales or employed by DP World Melbourne Limited at its at its terminal at Port of Melbourne in the State of Victoria; and
  • the Employees.

 

Please see attached pdf for a signed copy from the National Secretary.