Ambulance Tasmania Industrial Agreement

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Appointment No. 1 of 2014 – T14020 – Powers – Skills – Principles of Wage Fixing – Principle of Work Value – Reference – Reference Period – Professional Rates – Significant Net Addition – Assessment of Changes – Negotiation – Attribution / Consolidation of Agreements – No Disability Test – Ambulance – paramedic – ambulance trainee – Doctors — flight attendants, flight attendants (helicopters) – station officer – clinical support officer – medical ambulance, manager, clinical guidelines, protocols – order – operating date ffpp on 11.4.2014 Order nr. 4 of 1995 – T5264 – Price variation – Change of 1.5% or USD 8 per week of nominated prices and agreements, depending on whether the largest salary period from or after August 1, 1993 is effective; an additional $1.5% or $8 per week, depending on the effect of April 1, 1994 and April 1, 1994; 1% additional effective from 1 January 1995; and an additional 1% come into force from 1 October 1995 Order No. 2 of 1989 – Corrective Regulations – T1524 and T1525 – on the increase in rates of pay and allowances in all bonuses and agreements and on the revision of the principles of Wage Fixing No. 1 of 1987 (Consolidated) – T712 – Change in all public and private grants and agreements to increase all salaries and agreements, salaries and allowances by 6.7% and to adapt the principles to the decision of the Full Bank of the Australian Conciliation and Arbitration Commission S. 1988 (Consolidated) – Q1135 and T1136 – premiums and agreements vary in accordance with the decision of the National Wage Case of February 5, 1988 Order No. 6 of 1989 (Con – T2146 , T2147, T2152 and T2167 – to vary all private and public subsidies and agreements to increase wage rates and allowances in general and review the principles of wage setting, while every effort is made to ensure that the salary rates shown below are correct, you should confirm the pay rate with the bonus or the corresponding agreement. The Ministry of Health`s rates of pay are deducted from the respective price for each occupation. You will receive details of the bonus/agreement applicable to your employment by appointment. Order No. 5 of 1995 (Consolidated) – T5501 – Price Variant – Article 27 – Uniforms – Agreed Matter – Operational Date July 1, 1995 Order No.

12007 (Consolidated) – T12871 – Premium Variant – Conciliation Adjustments – Modified Request – All Utility Prices – Approved Application – Operating Date ffpp August 1, 2006 No Order. 3 of 1992 – T4075 – Variant of bonuses – ICC Movement in nominated expense allowances Order No. 1 of 2020 (PDF, 692.2 KB) – T14758 (PDF) 35 KB) Premium variant – Superannuation – Posted work – Availability and recall – Parental leave – Compassionate persons and funeral leave – Health care benefits – Receiver supplement – Meal break management – Personal leave – Request for agreement – Variable operational dates. . Regulation 1 of 1986 (Part I) and (Part II) – T266 – varies salaries and allowances in nominated public and private awards, in accordance with the decision of 4 November 1985 on the national wage case. Order No. 9 of 1988 – T1703 – Definitions and Salaries Order No. 2 of 1992 – Correction Order (7.12.1992) and Correction Order (11.3.1993) – T3779 and T2586 – Award variation – SEP – Deletion of Definitions andry rates for non-functional classifications Order No. 4 of 1989 – TP1 – Determination of award interests in accordance with paragraph 63, paragraph 10, under c), of the Act Negotiations continue for the following categories of workers: