The ANMF have raised concerns on behalf of members working at the Launceston General Hospital in regards to the lack of paid time allocated to complete their mandatory training requirements. The ANMF will continue to consult with members on this matter to gather more information and ascertain how to provide support moving forward.
The ANMF continue to advocate and provide support to members who have raised workload concerns at the Launceston General Hospital Operating Theatre. The ANMF are currently collecting data to ascertain the level of workload concern and will be reporting findings at an upcoming member meeting. Members with workload concerns are encouraged to report to their NUM, […]
Members have reported a number of workplace concerns. In particular, being invoiced for mandatory CPR training and not accruing leave when working additional shifts. The ANMF wrote to May Shaw raising these concerns and have achieved the following outcomes: Members who attended training will be paid for their attendance and invoices will be retracted Under […]
The ANMF met with members on Wednesday 17 January 2018 to review the draft Log of Claims (LoC). Several additions have been made to the first draft. The amended draft will be emailed to members for consideration and endorsement at a meeting, date to be confirmed.
The next Nursing Workload Monitoring Committee meeting is scheduled for 2.45pm Wednesday 28 February in the Boardroom at St John’s Campus. Please contact Sue Darcey, ANMF Organiser via email; Sue.Darcey@anmfts.org.au if you are interested in attending. It is extremely beneficial when clinical staff attend this meeting as they are able to provide important details related […]