Fair Work Commission publishes enterprise agreements on this website. T11878 – Commissioner TJ Abey – 21 January 2005 s55 industrial agreement – The Australian Workers` Union, Tasmania Branch and Construction, Forestry, Mining and Energy Union, Tasmanian Branch and SADB Directional Drilling – Tas-Vic Interconnector Consortium Basslink Project Tasmania SADB Directional Drilling Agreement 2003-2006 – application approved – operative date 14 January 2005 – 3 years TE1306 – Deputy President Shelley – 21 January 2005 s61J enterprise agreement – Harryh Pty Ltd and Adventure Golf (Tasmania) Pty Ltd trading as Putters Adventure Golf and Employees classified in accordance with Clause 8 of this Agreement – Putters Adventure Golf Enterprise Agreement 2003 – agreement approved – operative 30/09/03 for a period of forty eight months – Revised Decision T11916 – Commissioner JP McAlpine – 10 February 2005 s55 industrial agreement – The Australian Maritime Officers` Union Victoria Tasmanian Area and North Western Shipping & Towage Co. Pty Ltd – North Western Shipping & Towage Burnie Marine Services Enterprise Agreement 2004 – agreement approved – operative 10 February 2005 – to remain in force until 20 June 2007 – forwarded to the Registrar for registration T12287 – Vice President Shelley – October 21, 2005 s55 Industrial Contract – National Union of Workers (Central Branch) and Statewide Independent Wholesalers Limited – Statewide Independent Wholesalers Frozen and Chilled Distribution Centre – National Union of Workers Redundan Agreement 2005-2007 – Agreement approved – operative 1 October 2005 until 31 December 2007 – forwarded to the Registrar for registration When a workplace has a registered agreement, the award does not apply. However: TE1409 – Commissioner JP McAlpine – 5 September 2005 s61J Enterprise Agreement – The Gleeson Family Trust, Acting as Welding Works Pty Ltd and is employed as a collaborator of Casual Welding Works – The Welding Works Pty Ltd 2005 – Approved Enterprise Agreement – Operational September 2, 2005 – for a 5-year period Enterprise contracts are collective agreements concluded at the enterprise level between employers and workers on terms of employment. The Fair Labour Commission can provide information on the process of drafting enterprise agreements, evaluate and approve agreements. We can also deal with disputes over the terms of the agreements. TE1408 – Commissioner TJ Abey – August 26, 2005 s61J Enterprise Agreement – St Vincent de Paul Society (Tasmania) Inc. and All Employees of St Vincent de Paul Society (Tasmania) Inc. – The St Vincent de Paul Society (Tasmania) Inc. Salary Packaging Agreement – Agreement approved – operative 1 July 2005 – 3 years 4.
Return to work is in accordance with the Anglicare policy, the Anglicare Tasmania collective agreement and applicable legislation. T12465 – Commissioner TJ Abey – December 22, 2005 s55 Industrial Agreement – Health Services Union of Australia, Tasmania No. 1 Branch and Regional Imaging Limited – Regional Imaging Tasmania Administration and Operational Enterprise Agreement 2005 – Approved Application – Operational Date 20. December 11, 2005 to March 31, 2008 – forwarded to the Registrar for registration TE1384 – Commissioner JP McAlpine – March 18, 2005 s 61J Enterprise Agreement – Archbishop of Hobart (Archbishop) and Workers` Committee on behalf of all employees, employment throughout Tasmania in centacare Employment Services, The Apprenticeship Specialist and Willson Training Centre (Centacare Employment) – The Centacare Employment Enterprise Agreement 2004 – Agreement Approved – Operational March 1, 2005 – Remain in Force for 3 Years TE1397 – Vice President Shelley – May 5, 2005 s6J Enterprise Agreement – Adam George Rockwell Marshall and Peter Francis Tierney Act as Finlay Watchorn and Employees Finlay Watchorn Permanent Agreement – Finlay Watchorn Enterprise Agreement 2004 – Operational Agreement 4 May 2005 for a period of five (5) years TE1378 – Commissioner JP McAlpine – 21 February 2005 s61J Enterprise Agreement – The Uniting Church in Australia Property Trust (Tas) in trade as Oakburn College and staff as kitchen companion , laundry, workers, teaching assistants, gardener, cleaner, driver, unqualified cook, artisan assistant, canteen coordinator, laboratory assistant, library assistant, computer assistant, clerical general officer, craftsman, first aid/administrator, library officer, senior office assistant, personal assistant – Scotch Burn College (Non-Teaching Staff) Enterprise Bargaining Agreement 2005 –