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Private Sector Updates – Statewide


Calvary Lenah Valley Campus and St John’s Hospital

The ANMF is asking for interested members to become Workplace Representatives to assist with the Enterprise Agreement (EA) bargaining process. If you would like to know more, please contact Southern Organiser, Jane Pond via email at for further information.

The ANMF is sending a survey to members regarding workload concerns. The survey is open until Thursday 8 December 2022. If you do not receive a survey, please contact Southern Organiser, Jane Pond via email at

The next Workload Consultative Committee meeting is scheduled for Wednesday 14 December 2022. Members are encouraged to submit Calvary workload forms for discussion at this meeting. Members are also encouraged to attend the meeting and can ask their manager for time to attend.

If you have any workload concerns, you can also contact the ANMF Member Support Team via email at

Healthscope Hobart Private and St Helens Hospitals

Members are reminded that the next Workload Consultative Committee (WCC) meeting will be held on Wednesday 30 November 2022 from 1230hrs – 1400hrs. The ANMF reminds members to submit any workload forms to their managers for inclusion in the discussion. Members are also encouraged to attend the meeting. If you would like to attend, please contact your manager for the time off to attend if you are working. Members attending on their time off will be reimbursed for the time attended as per the current Enterprise Agreement which states in Schedule 2 of the agreement:

Employee representatives will be paid single time at their ordinary hourly rate for attendance at the WCC, including where that attendance is via teleconference and video conference.”

If you have any queries regarding this contact Southern Organiser, Jane Pond via email at


Calvary Health Care Tasmania – St Vincent’s and St Lukes Campus’

At the time of print, the ANMF is waiting on Calvary managements response to workload concerns raised by Theatre and Level 3 members at St Vincent’s respectively. Further, the ANMF will attend the Calvary workload management meeting scheduled for Thursday 24 November 2022. Further updates to follow.

North West

Red Cross Lifeblood Burnie

The ANMF has consulted with members about Lifeblood’s proposal to permanently change the Burnie Donor Centre operating hours. Following that consultation, the ANMF has written to Lifeblood to outline members’ concerns in relation to issues about the maintenance of current terms and conditions and of employment and sought assurances about equalisation processes that might be required.  The ANMF has requested Lifeblood respond by close of business Thursday 24 November 2022. The ANMF will keep members updated on the response and next steps. Click here to view the latest ANMF newsflash.

Updates correct as at 23 November 2022.
Authorised by Emily Shepherd, ANMF Tasmanian Branch Secretary

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