South Australia Branch

South Australia Branch MUA

The South Australian Branch is committed to ensuring all members are supported and participate in decisions that govern their respective working lives.

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Published: 23 Mar 2020

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During this current COVID-19 health crisis we have brought together the following information for members.
What is Coronavirus
Workplace Health and Safety Obligations
The Maritime Union of Australia has made the following demands on governments and employers during this global health crisis.



Published: 27 Sep 2023

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MARITIME UNION OF AUSTRALIA

PADDY CRUMLIN

MEDIA RELEASE

27 SEPTEMBER 2023



Published: 6 Jul 2023

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MARITIME UNION OF AUSTRALIA
SOUTH AUSTRALIA BRANCH

MEDIA RELEASE

Kill a worker, go to jail - SA Government introduces new laws

6 July 2023

 



Published: 2 Jul 2023

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MARITIME UNION OF AUSTRALIA

 

MEDIA RELEASE

 

MUA Election results now available online

3 July 2023

 

The Maritime Union of Australia's Quadrennial Elections for the term 2023 - 2027 were recently conducted by a postal ballot of members. 

A summary of the results are available here.



Published: 28 Jun 2023

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MARITIME UNION OF AUSTRALIA
SOUTH AUSTRALIA BRANCH

STATEMENT

Port Adelaide trade unions condemn extremist action in Port Adelaide

28 JUNE 2023

 



Published: 13 May 2023

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INDUSTRIAL UPDATE

QUBE CONFERENCE

It’s Our Turn – Wharfies united in campaign for wage justice and respect from Qube

13 May 2023

Qube workers from across every MUA branch in Australia met in Fremantle for three days, May 9-11, to plan out the claims and bargaining strategy for the next Qube EBA.



Published: 5 May 2023

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Published: 18 Apr 2023

 



Published: 17 Apr 2023

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CAMPAIGN UPDATE

17 April 2023

Svitzer has finally agreed to abandon its reckless and implausible legal action to cancel the EBA of almost 600 tugboat workers around Australia.

 

This action would have led to pay cuts of 47%, the loss of crucial safety and fatigue management measures, and destroyed job security for the hard-working, skilled crews upon whom our national supply chains depend.

 



Published: 31 Mar 2023

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CAMPAIGN UPDATE

Copenhagen, Denmark

31 March 2023

To coincide with Svitzer parent AP Moller Mærsk's March Annual General Meeting, a delegation of representatives from the MUA joined with comrades from global transport unions FNV Havens (the Netherlands) and 3F Transport (Denmark) and the ITF’s Maersk Network to bring the Svitzer campaign to the doorstep of the world’s largest shipping company in Copenhagen, Denmark.



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