The ITF (International Transport Workers’ Federation) 43rd congress in Sofia, Bulgaria has been hailed as the best ever at its closing ceremony today.
The MUA has cemented their strength in the areas of women and youth having both candidates elected into their respective positions as ITF Representatives.
MUA National Office Staff smashed it at the weekend’s City To Surf raising more than $3000 for Hunterlink Recovery Services.
Workplace Express is reporting that the MUA has threatened that Barrow Island on WA's northwest shelf might be condemned under the International Transport Workers' Federation's "port of convenience" campaign unless energy giant Chevron improves its relations with the union.
Delegates from all around the world gathered to discuss union action to prevent violence against women.
Workers in the offshore oil and gas sector gathered today to discuss the ongoing issues in the global trade.
Participants discussed how workers are uniquely placed to build power across supply chains at a lively debate on logistics today.
Speaking from the ITF congress in Bulgaria today, International Transport Workers' Federation (ITF) president Paddy Crumlin said Australia’s Barrow Island could be declared a ‘port of convenience’ unless Chevron tempers its union-busting efforts in the offshore oil and gas sector.
Delegates have gathered top pay tribute to Nelson Mandela at the 43rd ITF Congress in Sofia.
SATAWU General Secretary Zenzo Mahlangu hosted the event, which paid tribute to Mandela’s struggle, during which he was held for 27 years in prison before being released in 1990.
From this week, the Australian Maritime Safety Authority(AMSA) will be issuing plastic credit card-sized certificates.
This move does not affect seafarers holding current paper, or passport-style certificates as they will continue to remain valid until the certificate's expiry date.