Patrick Terminals New Protected Industrial Action

Brooke Hicks|May 27, 2021|No Comment

Patrick Terminals impacted by more protected industrial action by the Maritime Union of Australia

The Maritime Union of Australia (MUA) has placed additional protected industrial action on Patrick Terminals. 

The new industrial action notifications will impact the availability of labour for Patrick Terminals around the nation. The direct impacts to each state terminal are listed below:

 

Patrick Terminals - Sydney AutoStrad

  • A ban on the performance of overtime at Port Botany (Sydney) from 6am Thursday 20th May 2021 for 14 days finishing 6am Thursday 3rd June 2021.
  • A ban on the working of shift extensions at Port Botany (Sydney) from 6am Thursday 20th May 2021 for 14 days finishing 6am Thursday 3rd June 2021.
  • A ban on the performance of overtime at Port Botany (Sydney) from 6am Thursday 3rd June 2021 for 14 days finishing 6am Thursday 17th June 2021.
  • A ban on the working of shift extensions at Port Botany (Sydney) from 6am Thursday 3rd June 2021 for 14 days finishing 6am Thursday 17th June 2021.
  • A ban on the performance of upgrades and/or work in higher levels at Port Botany (Sydney) commencing at 10:00pm Friday 4 June 2021 until 10:00pm Sunday 6 June 2021.
  • A ban on the performance of upgrades and/or work in higher levels at Port Botany (Sydney) commencing at 10:00pm Friday 11 June 2021 until 10:00pm Sunday 13 June 2021.

Patrick Terminals - Brisbane AutoStrad

  • A ban on attending work on days an employee is rostered as "off/avail" commencing from 7am Saturday 15th May 2021 and finishing 11pm Sunday 16 May 2021.
  • A ban on working overtime commencing from 7am Saturday 15th May 2021 and finishing 11pm Sunday 16 May 2021.
  • A ban on attending for work on days an employee is rostered as "off/avail" commencing from 11pm Friday 28 May 2021 and finishing 11pm Sunday 30 May 2021 
  • A ban on working overtime at Fisherman Island (Brisbane) from 11pm Friday 28 May 2021 and finishing 11pm Sunday 30 May 2021 

Patrick Terminals - Fremantle

  • A ban on attending work on days an employee is rostered as "off/avail" commencing from 7am Saturday 15th May 2021 and finishing 11pm Sunday 23 May 2021.
  • A ban on attending work on days an employee is rostered as "off/avail" commencing from 7am Tuesday 25th May 2021 and finishing 7am Tuesday 8 June 2021.
  • Work stoppages of 1-hour duration at 0600, 1400 and 2200 each day from 27 May 2021 (excluding Saturday and Sunday) finishing on 4 June 2021.

 

Patrick Terminals - Melbourne

  • No notifications to date 

 

Patrick Terminals is continually working with customers to minimise the impacts or disruptions during this time.  Patrick Terminals continues to proactively work towards a fair and reasonable arrangement for all parties with the regular engagement of MUA representatives both at a local and national level.

 

Patrick Terminals explains, “We are focused on providing an efficient and effective supply chain during this critical stage in the Australian economic recovery.”

 

We will continue to monitor the landscape and provide updates where necessary.

 

TGL Team