The Union refers to the Whole of Country e-mail from the Acting Chief Executive Brett Warwick of 3 August 2009, where he expresses his opinion over the effect of the Union’s Strike Notices for the period 0800 hours on Thursday 6 August 2009 and again from 0800 hours on Thursday 13 August 2009.

In terms of the Strike Notices, the ban on logging onto the Intranet means that access to applications such as S.M.S. cannot occur.

The access to these applications is directly caught within the scope of the Union’s Strike Notices.

Brett Warwick’s e-mail is therefore to be ignored.

Brett Warwick, as the man that has the Fire Service’s cheque book, should spend a little more time constructively responding to firefighters’ legitimate Collective Agreement claims rather than on his first day as Acting Chief Executive, attempting to mislead members.

Related Articles

VIEW ALL VIEW ALL

REMINDER: Annual General Meeting

With Auckland remaining at Level 3 in the Covid-19 lockdown, the Auckland Local has made the decision to conduct this year’s Annual General Meeting via zoom on Wednesday 3 November commencing at 10 a.m.


Annual General Meeting

With Auckland remaining at Level 3 in the Covid-19 lockdown, the Auckland Local has made the decision to conduct this year’s Annual General Meeting via zoom on Wednesday 3 November commencing at 10 a.m.


Breaking News

TFT 25mm GForce Hosereel Nozzle Recall

It has been brought to the Auckland Local’s attention that it has been discovered that the TFT 25mm Gforce hosereel nozzles are designed to a European specification, which is for low pressure nozzles, and have a maximum working pressure of 16 bar (1600 kPa) instead of the hose reel pressure version specified at 40 bar (4000 kPa).