Please find advice from AMOU President, Tim Higgs, in relation to the novel coronavirus outbreak in the attached memo and advice to commercial vessels.
You can find the latest health department guidelines for the marine industry, pilots and cruise ships below.
Maritime Safety Queensland has provided the General Manager, Angus Mitchell's direction to masters, the latest VTS and Reef VTS directions and information about home isolation procedures and isolating crew on board vessels.
Siem Offshore are looking for a qualified Master with a proven track record in the offshore supply vessel industry and demonstrated experienced on a large PSV. More information can be found in the linked job ad.
The days of crews aboard diving vessels working through
their breaks is set to become a thing of the past after the Fair Work
Commission’s landmark decision.
The AMOU and the MUA successfully challenged the hours of
work versus the hours Pro Dive employees were getting paid. Deputy President
Asbury said in her decision, “The Unions have put cogent evidence before me
which establishes that on the balance of probabilities employees are regularly
working hours in excess of the maximum daily hours under...
The year is lining up with possibilities and signs of a genuine resurgence of work around the industry; in particular the oil and gas sector. Find out more in the January edition of the AMOU Industrial Report.
The 2018 Officer and Related Party Disclosure Statements in accordance with Section 293J Fair Work (Registered Organisations) Act 2009 are available by clicking the following links:
AMOU ORP 2018
AMOU ORP Eastern Area 2018
AMOU ORP Southern Area 2018
AMOU ORP Western Area 2018
Despite a downturn in the oil and gas industry and attacks on traditional shipping, membership numbers have risen. Find out more in this month's Industrial Report.