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SA Power Networks / Enerven Enterprise Agreement Updates.

For Updates on the SAPN/Enerven EA go to www.sapowerworkers.com.au

Corona Virus / COVID -19 Virus

ETU National Media release 250320: Make worksites corona virus safe or shut down

The CEPU SA Branch is writing to employers of Union members regarding the COVID-19 (Corona) Virus. You can access the draft correspondence here: CEPU SA letter to employers re COVID-19

A series of fact sheets regarding COVID-19 pandemic can be downloaded by clicking the links below:

COVID-19 and workplace rights

Temporary early access to superannuation funds

Job Seeker payments and Corona Virus supplements

From Monday 20 April 2020, the Federal Government will allow the temporary early release of super for those experiencing financial difficulty as a result of COVID-19. If you’re considering this, here’s some information that may help you work through the process: https://www.energysuper.com.au/why-join-us/news-centre/early-release

More related useful links:

Things to consider when accessing your super early (COVID-19)

https://www.energysuper.com.au/why-join-us/news-centre/things-to-consider-when-accessing-super-early

Other Options for Financial Assistance (COVID-19)

https://www.energysuper.com.au/why-join-us/news-centre/covid-19-financial-assistance

International Women’s Day Event

BBQ & Bowls

The Women in the CEPU have organised a BBQ and Bowls event to celebrate International Women’s Day and raise money for Catherine House. For further details, head to our Facebook page.

‘Women of Steel’ Movie Night

The CEPU and MUA are screening the Australian documentary film ‘Women of Steel’. A film about the women who took on BHP in the 1980s when BHP refused to hire women. It went all the way to the high court and the workers won! We’ve organised the Odeon Cinema in Semaphore on Friday the 12th March at 7pm. Tickets are $20 each, let us know ASAP if you would like to come along by calling the CEPU admin team on 8234 2130, and let them know who you are and where you are from.

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2 weeks ago

CEPU SA

Its very important that members check their insurance arrangements to check that they are adequately covered.

Some superannuation scheme insurance policies exclude high risk occupations that our members work in.

Make sure your super fund and insurance is right for you and your industry.
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2 weeks ago

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CEPU member Josh Matonia was involved in a motor bike accident over the Australia Day Weekend, suffering breaks to his back, hip, & kneecap, a punctured lung, and losing his spleen & a kidney.

His partner Skye gave birth to their son Xander two days later, with Josh still in a critical condition in hospital. It was a stressful time for the family.

CEPU members raised $2500 dollars to assist Josh’s family during his recovery.

Josh still has a long road ahead with his recovery but is progressing well. He is looking forward to being able to drive again soon and return to work in the coming months.

Last Thursday CEPU Organiser Paul Scudds caught up with Josh, Skye & Xander. They wanted to express their gratitude to the CEPU members who were so generous, along with his employer Scott Mofflin & his workmates at Infront Electrical.
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3 weeks ago

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3 weeks ago

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Tomorrow there is a Rally for our Ambo's and our Fire Fighters.

These workers are fighting the state government to win fair resourcing so they can keep our communities safe.

You should attend this rally, because without adequate resourcing, you wont have the Emergency Services you need, when you need it most.

United We Stand
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