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    Currently we have 90,000 members throughout Australia in the transport industry. These women and men work in aviation, oil, waste management, gas, road transport, passenger vehicles and freight logistics. We represent employees of companies including Toll, Linfox, TNT, Bunkers, CEVA, Booths, Asciano, K & S, Startrack, Qantas, Jetstar, Virgin Blue and many, many more. Contact your state branch to become a member of TWU.

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Campaigns

  • Fighting for a Fair Deal at Virgin Australia

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    Virgin Australia workers have been fighting hard for a better agreement. Now more than ever, it's time for us to stick together to win an agreement that rewards staff fairly for the work we do at Virgin Australia. Get the latest updates on our negotiations with management here.

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  • Standing Strong at Linfox

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    Thousands of TWU members at Linfox have begun negotiations for a new enterprise agreement with safe, secure jobs, improved training programmes, crib breaks and fair wage increases. Winning an agreement that locks in good jobs won’t be easy but this is a fight to secure a fairer, safer future for Linfox workers and our families. Check the negotiations updates here.

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Events

  • Share Your Safe Rates Story

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    Safe Rates save lives. They make sure that truck drivers aren’t forced to speed, drive while fatigued or in trucks that are not properly maintained. But, now Safe Rates are under attack by the Coalition government. Will you share your Safe Rates story and let us know what Safe Rates and Safe Roads means to you? We’ll make sure that the government gets the message that Aussie lives depend on Safe Rates.

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  • Death at Work: Improving Support for Families

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    Did your loved one die as a result of a sudden work-related injury? If so, University of Sydney would like to learn about how you and your family were affected
 by the death and the challenges you faced afterwards. Thousands of family members become survivors of a sudden work-related death each year but little is known of how the death and the responses of government and other organisations affect them. You can make a real difference to this situation by participating in this Workplace Death Study survey.

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