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      *The award informtion enclosed is accurate as of 18/12/2009.
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Award Title                 Award              Coverage/Scope                  Classifications
Aboriginal Community        code
                            MA000115           This industry award             Aboriginal Health Workers
Controlled Health                              covers employers                Aboriginal Health Worker Grade 1 Aboriginal
Services                                       throughout Australia in         Community Health Worker Grade1: means an
                                               the Aboriginal                  employee in their first year of service who will
Award 2010
                                               community controlled            generally have no direct experience in the provision of
                                               health services industry        Aboriginal health services.
                                               and their employees in          They will provide primary health services education
                                               the classifications listed in   and liaison duties under the direct supervision of an
                                               clause 14—Minimum               Aboriginal Health Worker Grade 2, 3 or 4.
                                               wages to the exclusion of       Aboriginal Health Worker Grade 2 Aboriginal
                                               any other modern award.         Community Health Worker Grade 2 means: the
                                                                               provision of comprehensive primary health care and
                                                                               education of clients, in conjunction with other
                                                                               members of the health care team, under instruction
                                                                               assist in the provision of standard medical treatments
                                                                               in accordance with established medical protocols;,
                                                                               ollect and record data from clients which will assist in
                                                                               the diagnosis and management of common medical
                                                                               problems and medical emergencies, in line with
                                                                               policies and programs established by the health team,
                                                                               participate in educating and informing the community
                                                                               about preventative health measures, undertake
                                                                               orientation and training programs as available.




                                                                               Aboriginal Health Worker Grade 3 can be either a
                                                                               Senior Aboriginal Health Worker or a Team Leader
                                                                               each defined as follows:
                                                                               Senior Aboriginal Health Worker means a person who
                                                                               independently undertakes a full range of duties,
                                                                               including dealing with the most complex matters.
                                                                               Aboriginal Health Worker—Team Leader means a
                                                                               person who heads a small team of Aboriginal Health
                                                                               Workers. Workers at this level will be required to hold
                                                                               expert knowledge of Aboriginal health issues, as well
                                                                               as assisting with the planning and supervision of other
                                                                               workers’ duties.
                                                                               Aboriginal Health Worker Grade 4 means: A person
                                                                               who performs a senior co-ordinating role in respect of
                                                                               Aboriginal Health Workers within an Aboriginal
                                                                               community controlled health service. An Aboriginal
                                                                               Health Worker with either a Diploma of Aboriginal
                                                                               and/or Torres Strait Islander Primary Health Care
                                                                               (Practice) or Diploma of Aboriginal and/or Torres
                                                                               Strait Islander Primary Health Care (Community) or
                                                                               other qualifications or experience deemed equivalent
                                                                               by the Aboriginal community controlled health service
                                                                               will be classified at this grade.
Administrative
Grade 1
This is the base of the administrative classification
structure. There are no prescribed educational
qualifications required.Basic skills and routines such as
providing receptionist services, straight-forward
operation of keyboard equipment, filing,
photocopying, collating, collecting and distributing,
carrying out routine checks by simple comparisons,
simple coding, maintaining basic records, mail
procedures, obtaining or providing information about
straight-forward matters and routine user
maintenance of office equipment. Involve a
combination of the activities outlined above including
keyboard, clerical and other duties. Keyboard tasks
usually involve the straight-forward operation of
keyboard equipment but may include the keying of
data containing specialised or unusual technical terms
or complicated tables or diagrams which demand
considerable judgment about layout, and the
manipulation and interpretation of data before and
during entry.




Staff undertaking work at this grade would normally
become competent in individual tasks after a limited
period of training or experience. Work performed may
be routine in nature but some knowledge and
application of specific procedures, instructions,
regulations or other requirements relating to general
performing solely dental assistant duties who has 12
months’ experience at Grade 3, qualified Dental
Assistant performing a combination of dental
assistant, clerical and reception duties.
Dental Assistant Grade 5:
unqualified Dental Assistant performing a
combination of dental assistant, clerical and reception
duties who has 12 months’ experience at Grade 4, a
qualified Dental Assistant performing solely dental
assistant duties who has 12 months’ experience at
Grade 4, qualified Dental Assistant performing a
combination of dental assistant, clerical and reception
duties who has 12 months’ experience at Grade 4.
Dental Therapist Grade 1: Is the professional
formation phase of a professional officer. Includes
new graduates generally lacking practical experience
in the application of their professional knowledge,
Requires initiative and professional judgment. Since
experience is limited, this level is normally expected to
apply only established principles, techniques and
methods in early postgraduate years.
With professional development, it is expected that
new techniques and methods will be learnt and
applied to progressively more difficult problems.
Initially work is subject to professional supervision. As
experience is gained, the contribution and the level of
professional judgment increases and professional
supervision decreases, until a wide range of
professional tasks is capable of being performed with
little technical direction.
When experienced, advice and guidance may be
provided to less experienced professional staff. They
are not required to provide general professional
guidance but may be required to provide general
supervision of and/or train technical and other non-
professional staff.
Staff may be required to develop and apply advanced
techniques learnt during the undergraduate course or
later; however, decisions to incorporate such new
techniques into normal procedures would be taken at
a higher level.
Dental Therapist Grade 2: works as a professional
practitioner, performs normal professional work
under general professional guidance, and may
perform novel, complex or critical professional work
under professional supervision.
Staff at this grade perform normal professional work
of an organisational unit, or of a specialised
professional field encompassed by the work of the
unit, and accept technical responsibility for those
tasks.
Staff may also be expected to perform difficult or
novel, complex or critical professional work where
they are isolated from immediate professional
supervision, for example, because of remoteness of
the functional work area. Staff at this grade are
expected to exercise independent professional
judgment when required, particularly in recognising
and solving problems and managing cases where
principles, procedures, techniques and methods
require expansion, adaption or modification.
Staff may carry out research under professional
supervision and may be expected to contribute to
advances in the techniques used.
Work at this grade may include professional
supervision of Dental Therapists Grade 1 together
with general supervision over technical and other
personnel. Dental Therapists at this level may also be
required to guide Dental Therapists Grade 1 in the
methods to be used, policies to be followed and
standards to be observed with respect to the
professional work performed by the organisational
unit.
                                                                 Provide an advisory role up to the level of expertise.
                                                                 Required to understand industry problems if advice on
                                                                 interpretation of regulations or standards is required
                                                                 and to undertake associated liaison tasks.
                                                                 Ancillary
                                                                 Cleaner means a person who performs tasks
                                                                 customarily performed by cleaners utilising a range of
                                                                 materials and equipment to clean a range of surfaces
                                                                 in order to restore or maintain buildings in a clean and
                                                                 hygienic condition. Driver—Grade 1 means a person
                                                                 whose primary duties include undertaking a range of
                                                                 driving activities on behalf of the employer in a vehicle
                                                                 that has the capacity to carry between one and 15
                                                                 passengers. Driver—Grade 2 means a person whose
                                                                 primary duties include undertaking a range of driving
                                                                 activities on behalf of the employer in a vehicle that
                                                                 has the capacity to carry 16 or a greater number of
                                                                 passengers. Caretaker means a person who is
                                                                 responsible for the supervision of an Aboriginal
                                                                 community controlled health service premises out of
                                                                 hours including opening and closing the premises
                                                                 before and after each day of business.




Aged Care Award 2010    MA000018   This industry award           Clerk, Gardener, Cook, Recreational Officer,
                        industry   covers employers              Receptionist, Laundry Hand, Cleaner, Food Services
                        based      throughout Australia in       Officer, Personal Care Attendant, Maintenance,
                                   the Aged Care Industry        Handyperson, Driver.
                                   and their employees in
                                   the classifications listed



Air Pilots Award 2010   MA000046   This award covers             Airlines/General aviation (See Schedule A), Regional
                                   employers throughout          airlines (See Schedule B), Aerial application operations
                                   Australia of Air Pilots and   (See Schedule C), Helicopter operations (See Schedule
                                   those employees; The          D)
                                   award does not cover an
                                   employee covered by an
                                   industry award that
                                   contains pilot
                                   classifications or an
                                   employee excluded from
                                   award coverage by the
                                   Act
Aircraft Cabin Crew   MA000047   This award covers               Cabin crew member
Award 2010                       employers of Aircraft           Cabin crew supervisor (narrow-bodied aircraft, four
                                 Cabin Crew and their            or more crew)
                                 employees employed              Cabin crew manager (wide-bodied aircraft)
                                 throughout Australia in
                                 the classifications listed in
                                 clause 18, to the
                                 exclusion of any other
                                 modern award.
Airline             MA000048   This industry award           Three letter port codes; communication and computer
Operations—Ground              covers employers              aids; catering equipment, aircraft stores and amenities
Staff Award 2010               throughout Australia in       kits; cleaning; cabin presentation; baggage and
                               the Airline Operations        freight; aircraft handling; AAF PUD drivers; vehicle
                               Industry and their            operation, checks and fuelling; inhold aircraft systems;
                               employees throughout          ground handling equipment and general transport
                               Australia in the              operations; compile reports; staff training and
                               classifications listed in     supervision; administrative duties; assessment panel
                               Schedule                      for probationary employees; loading and unloading
                               B—Classification              aircraft; customer service and complaints resolution;
                               Definitions and to those      business and financial records, assisting with
                               employees. This award         international arrivals and departures; lounge access
                               applies to the exclusion of   policy; sales; stenographer; Dictaphone; word
                               any other modern award.       processing; accounting/payroll; account reconciliation;
                                                             invoices; payroll; petty cash imprest; check-in; cargo
                                                             functions; lost and damaged baggage; standby,
                                                             upgrades, delay handling; itineraries and fare rules;
                                                             ticket issue; financial records: cash payment
                                                             summaries, bank statements, wage and salary
                                                             records, journals, ledger, inventory control, cash
                                                             handling, airline accounting documents; special cargo
                                                             arrangements; securing cargo; staffing; financial/tax
                                                             schedules; calculate costings, payroll; bank
                                                             reconciliation; outstanding debts; employment
                                                             conditions advice; weight and balance function (load
                                                             sheets); scheduling workloads, resolving operations
                                                             problems, monitoring the quality of work; counselling
                                                             staff for performance and work related matters; train
                                                             and supervise; ensuring




                                                             Key Performance Indicators are met; coordinating
                                                             customer service team; feedback into performance
                                                             planning and performance review; marketing; IT and
                                                             data entry; determine future IT requirements; future
                                                             strategy development; management reports: financial,
                                                             staffing, legislation; costing procedures; tax matters;
                                                             debt collection; policy development; new product
                                                             development; assignment of work; discipline;
                                                             management of customer service standards,
                                                             operational and cost efficiency. Maintenance and
                                                             engineering stream – dismantling, cleaning and
                                                             maintenance of aircraft components, engines etc;
                                                             airframe groups; engine groups; instrument group,
                                                             radio systems; instrument category licence; radio
                                                             category licence; airframe category licence; electrical
                                                             category licence, engine category licence.
                                                             Storepersons and logistics: supply; core and specialist
                                                             functions; operation of a shift or section; staff
                                                             administration; staff training and supervision; staffing;
                                                             Hazardous Goods Certificate; work simplification
                                                             systems; compliance with supply division policy and
                                                             company maintenance manuals.
Airport Employees   MA000049   This award covers              Technical services: trade certificate; air conditioning;
Award 2010                     employers throughout           airbridges; furnaces; electrical or electronic or fluid
                               Australia that Operate         power systems; working direct from plans; drawing
                               Airports and their             plans; planning work of technical nature; operate
                               employees in the               maintenance equipment; CADD terminals; team
                               classifications in clause 15   supervision; training; prepare briefs and working
                               to the exclusion of any        sketches; investigate technical requirements; project
                               other modern award.            planning; data management; facilities management;
                                                              computer fault diagnostics; liaise with, and monitor
                                                              contractors; Aerodrome Operational and Safety
                                                              Procedures; prepare handbooks, manuals or
                                                              instructions; management skills; technical advice and
                                                              instructions; maintenance program; design briefs,
                                                              design quality assurance programs; contract
                                                              engineering management; quality management; LAN
                                                              (Local Area Network); electronic systems; thermal
                                                              engineering/refrigeration; power distribution; civil
                                                              design; project management; health surveying;
                                                              application of building code; specification writing;
                                                              estimates; drafting and design; prepare budgetary
                                                              estimates; conduct inspections; understand
                                                              personnel,




                                                              OHS and industrial relations matters; direct major
                                                              works; manage major airport functions; operational
                                                              and technical policy advice. Administrative services:
                                                              reception; mail procedures; filing; photocopying;
                                                              collating; routine checks; coding; money handling;
                                                              secretarial; training and supervision; document
                                                              preparation; customer service; personal assistant;
                                                              data management; data analysis; negotiations;
                                                              preparation of procedural guidelines; priority-setting;
                                                              management and supervision; provide policy advice or
                                                              specialist advice; budgeting; policy and procedures;
                                                              external liaisons. Ground services: general labouring;
                                                              garbage collection; cleaning; traffic duties; use of
                                                              equipment and machinery: all hand-held tools,
                                                              powered post-hole digger, hand-held lawn mowers,
                                                              concrete saw, vibrating plate, footpath sweeper,
                                                              concrete and asphalt saw, tractors, multi-tyred roller,
                                                              a line-marker, chain saw, truck over 3 tonne, water
                                                              and chemical tanker, wheeled tractor over 75 kW
                                                              power; painting; security and surveillance; mowing;
                                                              concrete work; herbicide application; aerodrome
                                                              emergency procedures; radio procedures; asphalt
                                                              pavement maintenance; equipment maintenance
                                                              (including gates, fences, pipework, hoses); tractors;
                                                              earthmoving; airport lighting; training and
                                                              supervision; operation of heavy plant and equipment,
                                                              and sewerage treatment plant; execution of Airport
                                                              works program; fork-lift; front end loader/backhoe;
                                                              grader;
                                                               runway sweeper; dozer; report preparation; bird
                                                               counts; action on bird hazards; oversee ground
                                                               running of aircraft; removal of oil spills; conduct
                                                               surveys; prepare maintenance reports; staff
                                                               allocation; resource allocation; control of MOWP ;
                                                               Airport safety inspection; obstacle removal; bird
                                                               dispersal; escort duties; monitor airside contractor
                                                               movement; raise NOTAMS; perform runway visual
                                                               range assessments; aircraft marshalling; airport
                                                               emergency procedures; monitor aircraft parking;
                                                               administer airport ground and building maintenance
                                                               work programs; determine composition of
                                                               maintenance units required for specific tasks;
                                                               budgeting; staff rostering; investigate security
                                                               breaches.


                                                               Engineer: engineering design or computation; assign
                                                               and check work of technical staff assigned; modify
                                                               established guides and devise new approaches;
                                                               decision making; provide recommendations and
                                                               advice; outline and assign work; review work for
                                                               technical accuracy and adequacy; manage and
                                                               supervise staff; short or long range planning; develop
                                                               professional engineering policies and procedures;
                                                               provide technical advice; take detailed technical
                                                               responsibility for product development; provide
                                                               specialised engineering facilities and functions;
                                                               coordinate work programs; advises on equipment and
                                                               material use; make recommendations involving large
                                                               sums or long range objectives; quality management
                                                               system audit; technical responsibility for product
                                                               development; manage an audit team; selection,
                                                               training and discipline of staff.




Alpine Resorts Award   MA000092   This industry award          Undergoing training; on the job training; carparking
2010                              covers employers             duties; Race Event Workers, Snowsports duties;
                                  throughout Australia who     Painters; Lift Attendants; labouring tasks; bar duties;
                                  operate an Alpine Resort     Food Service duties; kitchenhand; housekeeping and
                                  and their employees in       cleaning duties; laundry duties; clerical or office
                                  the classifications within   duties; customer service; ticket and pass sales; hire
                                  Schedule                     sales and service; concourse attendants; tour guides;
                                  B—Classification             trainee plant operator role; trainee train driver; staff
                                  Definitions to the           training; staff coordination; child care duties;
                                  exclusion of any other       municipal services (garbage collection etc); pool
                                  modern award.                attendants with lifeguard qualifications; ticket
                                                               checkers; uniform room attendants; Mountain
                                                               Awareness staff; Snowsports administrative staff;
                                                               booking of lessons; cooking duties;
                                                               reception/reservation duties including night auditing,
                                                               telephone, information services, and portering; lift
                                                               operation duties; mountain operation roles such as
                                                               Assistant Ski Patrol and Trail Crew; Trades Assistants
                                                               in Electrical, Mechanical, Fitting & Machinery and
                                                               Building disciplines including (but not limited to)
                                                               Electrical Assistants,
                                                                Track Maintenance Assistants, Fitters and Machinists,
                                                                Carpentry Assistants and Leading Hand Labourers;
                                                                Beauty Therapist and Spa Attendant; forklift
                                                                operations; staff supervision; night auditing; tour
                                                                guide; customer service; painting duties; fitness
                                                                instructor with lifeguard qualifications; cash duties
                                                                including cash reconciliation; inventory control duties;
                                                                uniform room coordinator; operation of transport
                                                                vehicles, groomers, excavators, cranes, trains,
                                                                snowmaking or sewerage plant equipment; railway
                                                                track inspectors; ski patrol duties; trade skills:
                                                                Electrical, Fitting, Mechanical, Painting, Spray
                                                                Painting, Carpentry or Building; media duties:
                                                                reporting, editing, camera operation.



Aluminium Industry   MA000060   This industry award             Work documentation procedures and quality control;
Award 2010                      covers employers                lifting handling and conveying systems (including basic
                                throughout Australia in         mobile equipment); manual duties: basic lifting,
                                the Aluminium Industry          handling and transportation activities; monitoring and
                                and their employees in          adjusting field equipment or process controls;
                                the classifications listed in   collecting, preparing and basic testing of samples;
                                Schedule                        cleaning and maintenance and servicing functions;
                                B—Classifications to the        operating and non trade servicing of mining trucks
                                exclusion of any other          and other mobile equipment; managing plant
                                modern award                    machinery and equipment; managing production
                                                                process; quality control duties; use computer-based
                                                                process systems; perform isolation and tagging of
                                                                plant for maintenance purposes; repairs and
                                                                maintenance; analysis of field samples; mechanical
                                                                handling; material handling; manage supply and
                                                                stores systems; management of multiple
                                                                manufacturing processes; problem identification and
                                                                correction; scaffolding and rigging; operating
                                                                equipment incidental to work; training; engage in
                                                                decision making, problem solving and improvement
                                                                initiatives; staff management; planning and work
                                                                scheduling; prepare reports; analyse equipment data;
                                                                troubleshoot PLC programs; collect and analyse data;
                                                                work mechanical, hydraulic, pneumatic and electrical
                                                                components, circuitry and control systems;
                                                                diagnostics and fault-finding;




                                                                resource a llocation; predictive analysis; planning and
                                                                scheduling; improve electrical and electronic systems;
                                                                redesign field applications; project management:
                                                                design, install and commission modified systems.
Ambulance and Patient   MA000098   This industry award             Operational Classifications
Transport                          covers employers                Ambulance Officer (AO)/Ambulance Paramedic (AP)
Industry Award 2010                throughout Australia in         is an employee who holds the qualifications of
                                   the ambulance and               Bachelor of Health Science Degree (Paramedic) or
                                   patient transport industry      other degree qualification applying in each State and
                                   and their employees in          Territory or has another equivalent accredited
                                   the classifications listed in   qualification for AO/AP recognised by the employer
                                   Schedule                        and has successfully completed the required clinical
                                   B—Classification                placements. The principal duties include assessment,
                                   Definitions to the              treatment, care and transport of emergency and/or
                                   exclusion of any other          non-emergency patients in a pre hospital setting.
                                   modern award.                   Student Ambulance Officer/Paramedic (SAO),
                                                                   employed as such while undertaking the diploma or
                                                                   degree of Ambulance Paramedic Studies however
                                                                   titled, an employee who has completed a diploma or
                                                                   degree in Paramedic Studies and who is completing
                                                                   the operational clinical requirements of the course, a
                                                                   graduate entry paramedic student who is undertaking
                                                                   a one year Graduate Diploma of Ambulance
                                                                   Paramedic Studies (however titled in each State or
                                                                   Territory) and also who has a degree qualification in a
                                                                   related health area recognised by the employer; and,
                                                                   upon successful completion of the course a SAO will
                                                                   be appointed to the classification of




                                                                   Ambulance Officer/Ambulance Paramedic.
                                                                   Intensive Care Paramedic is an Ambulance
                                                                   Officer/Ambulance Paramedic who has successfully
                                                                   completed a Graduate Diploma of Health Science or
                                                                   other equivalent accredited qualification and who is
                                                                   paid the paramedic skills allowance.
                                                                   Station Officer/Team Manager (SO/TM) is an
                                                                   Ambulance Officer, who, in addition to the duties
                                                                   specified for an Ambulance Officer, is appointed to be
                                                                   in charge and manage an ambulance station and/or
                                                                   ambulance team.
                                                                   Assistant Station Officer (ASO) is an Ambulance
                                                                   Officer, who, in addition to the duties specified for an
                                                                   ambulance officer, is appointed to assist a Station
                                                                   Officer. An ASO may also undertake clinical training
                                                                   duties.
                                                                   Regional Relieving Officer (RRO) is an operational
                                                                   employee who is required to live away from home in
                                                                   order to perform routine relieving duties.
                                                                   Ambulance Attendant (AA) is an employee who has
                                                                   completed the Diploma of Paramedical Science
                                                                   (Ambulance) or Diploma of Health Science
                                                                   (Emergency Care), however titled in each State or
                                                                   Territory and has completed all the required
                                                                   supervised clinical practice. An AA provides care and
                                                                   transport of non-emergency patients. An AA is
                                                                   qualified to provide a more advanced level of care and
                                                                   treatment to patients than a Patient Transport Officer.
Patient Transport Officer (PTO) is an employee who
has completed a Certificate 3 in Non-emergency Client
Transport or equivalent qualification and who
provides basic care and transport of non-emergency
patients.
Clinical Transport Officer (CTO) is an employee who
holds a Certificate 3 in Non emergency Client
Transport or equivalent qualification and who
provides transport and assistance to non-emergency
patients in non-stretcher vehicles.
Clinical Support Officer (CSO) is an Intensive
Care/Ambulance Paramedic who has a Graduate
Diploma of Health Science (MICA Paramedic) or other
accredited qualification for an Intensive
Care/Ambulance Paramedic. The principal duties are
to provide clinical support and audit, training and
education for Ambulance Officers, provide an
emergency response on a needs basis and clinical
advice to a communications centre.




Duty Team Manager (DTM) is a team manager in a
communications centre whose principal duty is to
manage the human and physical resources of an
ambulance service to maximise their effectiveness and
who provides internal and external operational liaison.
Mechanic and Fleet Maintenance Officer (FMO) is an
employee appointed to perform automotive
diagnosis, repair and general maintenance duties for
ambulance service and patient transport vehicles in
accordance with their level of qualification,
competencies and training. An FMO may be required
to supervise the work of a mechanic and/or an
apprentice.
Communications Officer is an Ambulance
Officer/Ambulance Paramedic who is trained to
perform supervisory, dispatch and call taking duties
within a communications centre and who, in addition,
is required to determine the priorities for allocation of
human and physical resources and to control the work
of ambulance and patient transport crews.
Communications Call Taker is an employee who is
trained to answer emergency and non-emergency
telephone calls in accordance with pre-determined
guidelines and provide assistance to callers under
supervision, within a communications centre.
Such an employee has completed a Certificate Level 3
in Ambulance Communications (Call Taking).
Senior Station Officer is an Ambulance Officer
appointed to manage and co ordinate operations
within a designated geographic or specialist area of an
ambulance service.
Clerical and Administrative Support Classifications
Administrative Officer Band 1 means: a non-
operational employee who undertakes clerical duties
for a work unit, prepares routine documentation,
organises office supplies and performs basic word
processing duties. They may also respond to and refer
telephone enquiries, as appropriate, a non-
operational employee who undertakes basic data
processing duties, responds to and refers telephone
enquiries, as appropriate, an employee who performs
tasks with defined guidelines, policies and procedures
that allow for little deviation outside these
parameters; and, these positions require basic
administration skills and some experience in an
administration environment.




While a certificate level qualification is not essential,
keyboard skills and computer literacy and competency
in word processing, basic spreadsheets and
presentation software is required. The ability to follow
instructions and operate within guidelines is required,
the job environment allows for minimal exercise of
judgment and analysis and tasks have clearly defined
objectives and timelines, accountability for own
output is required with little involvement in policy or
procedure development. Administrative Officer Band
2 means: a non-operational employee responsible for
performing a range of secretarial functions (including
typing, compiling agendas for meetings, answering the
telephone, photocopying and organising meetings and
functions), dealing with members of the
public/customers to ensure the smooth running of the
office; or an administrative assistant responsible for
monitoring a particular function and co ordinating and
scheduling related tasks and events; or a Purchasing
Officer responsible for the acquisition of goods and or
services in line with organisational policy and
procedure, a non-operational employee responsible
for the preparation of standard statistical reports and
returns, preparing information for the general ledger
to ensure that complete and accurate records are
supplied.
They may also be involved in the training of other data
entry positions, an employee who performs tasks that
require high level administrative and clerical support
within specific guidelines, policies and/or procedures,
these positions require administration experience and
an understanding of the relevant area of expertise.
While a certificate level qualification is not essential,
keyboard skills and a sound level of computer skills
including competency in word processing,
spreadsheets, data bases and presentation software is
required. Required to understand specialised
computer software. Required to have a basic
understanding of regulations, legislation and/or codes
of practice, the ability to work with minimal
supervision and operate within guidelines is required.
The job environment allows for minor exercise of
judgment and reasoning, as tasks may require basic
analysis or interpretation, accountability for own
output and prioritising work is expected. There is little
involvement in policy or procedure development.
Administrative Officer Band 3 means: a non-
operational employee responsible for sourcing
products, preparing specifications, evaluating
quotations, purchasing goods, interviewing
representatives and keeping abreast of products,
within departmental guidelines; or processing
payment of wages and salaries, maintaining personnel
records, and assisting departmental/divisional heads
with award interpretations and payroll enquiries,




a non-operational employee who undertakes a range
of medium complexity projects under the direction of
a mid-level manager to ensure more effective and
efficient work processes are introduced, an employee
who provides advice and guidance to management or
a work team and ensures that the appropriate
policies, systems and methods are used, these
positions require extensive administration experience
and strong understanding of the areas of expertise.
Sound level of computer literacy and competency in
word processing, spreadsheets and presentation
software is required. There is a requirement to
demonstrate experience with specialised computer
software relevant to the area of specialisation. There
is also a requirement to have an intermediate
understanding of relevant regulations, legislation
and/or codes of practice, the ability to work with
minimal supervision and provide advice to work teams
within guidelines and/or policies and procedures is
required. The job environment allows for intermediate
judgment and reasoning, as there is a requirement for
analysis or interpretation of data and policies,
accountability for own output and prioritisation of
work is required. Under the direction of management
there may be involvement in policy and procedure
development.
                                                               Administrative Officer Band 4 means:
                                                               a non-operational employee who manages the affairs
                                                               of an office, or more than one senior executive and
                                                               various committees, undertakes investigations and
                                                               analyses of organisational issues that require the
                                                               preparation of papers, activities may include
                                                               compilation and follow up of agendas,
                                                               conference/seminar planning and organisation,
                                                               composition of non-procedural documents,
                                                               management of executive management activities,
                                                               development of office and administrative systems; or
                                                               a non-operational employee who supervises the
                                                               purchasing and procurement function on a day-to-day
                                                               basis to ensure appropriate processes and checks are
                                                               in place and are adhered to; or a non-operational
                                                               employee who takes responsibility for an activity
                                                               where there are no other ready sources of
                                                               information or expertise within the organisation,
                                                               however where the activity is governed by legislation
                                                               or other industry guidelines, a non-operational
                                                               employee who supervises and controls the patient
                                                               accounts area, assigns and checks the work of other
                                                               staff, prepares patient accounts and maintains debtor
                                                               control records and patient statistics.




Amusement, Events and MA000080   This industry award           On the job training; cleaning duties; maintenance
Recreation Award 2010            covers employers              duties; gardening duties; handy person duties; Animal
                                 throughout Australia in       attendant, including grooming, feeding, Ride
                                 the Amusement, Events         attendant, Tour guide, Car park attendant, Parking
                                 and Recreation Industry       attendant (not handling cash), Door attendant,
                                 and their employees in        General attendant, Entrance attendant level 1,
                                 the classifications set out   Gateperson (not on major gates), Bowling attendant,
                                 in this award to the          Usher and Event day attendant; customer service;
                                 exclusion of any other        issuing costumes; grooming; laundry duties; repairs to
                                 modern award                  clothing; food preparation and food production,
                                                               cooking and kitchen attending; construction and
                                                               erection duties; ticket sales; counter sales;
                                                               programme sales; cash handling; general hand; game
                                                               warden duties; in-house preparation such as loading
                                                               or unloading, marking out, carpet laying, fabrication,
                                                               installation, erection or dismantling of exhibition
                                                               stands; hosting duties; stock management; beer
                                                               reticulation; maintenance of enclosures and gardens;
                                                               invoice processing; forklift driving; bar attending;
                                                               waitering; snack bar management; operation of
                                                               games/amusement rides; ground controller; security;
                                                               general park maintenance; quality control; prepare,
                                                               rig/erect or dismantle steel or timber components of
                                                               structures, including preparation, painting, lubricating;
                                                               operate passenger vehicle; grade garments; pattern
                                                               making; equine health management; animal
                                                               compound management;
                                                             presentations; specialised animal care; speak a second
                                                             language; operate a food outlet; bookings and
                                                             reservations; lifeguarding; security office monitoring;
                                                             operate CCTV systems; engineering; technical
                                                             maintenance; draftsperson; exhibition technician;
                                                             interpreter; quality control; training; staff
                                                             coordination; plumbing; spray painting; construction
                                                             work; costume design and costume production; staff
                                                             recruitment; menu planning; train animals; medicate
                                                             animals; manage plantation; educate animals; manage
                                                             food outlet; projectionist; maitre d’; specialised
                                                             performers; staff supervision; staff management;
                                                             engage in administrative duties, financial duties and
                                                             project coordination; plan establishment
                                                             development; team management; financial reporting;
                                                             operational reporting; advanced engineering or
                                                             technical skills; manage implementation of major turf
                                                             projects according to architect design; develop annual
                                                             work program for outdoor staff; manage operation
                                                             and maintenance of turf equipment; manage OHS;
                                                             financial policy and budgets; manage administrative
                                                             systems.




Animal Care and       MA000118   This award covers           Veterinary surgeons
Veterinary Services              employers throughout        Level 1A: The commencement level for a graduate
Award 2010                       Australia in the            veterinary surgeon. Performance of normal duties
                                 Veterinary Surgery          (including those. Level 1BL: Requires some
                                 Industry and the animal     supervision to perform normal duties. Advancement
                                 care industry and their     to Level 2 could be earlier depending on whether the
                                 employees in the            associate has developed skills quickly enough to
                                 classifications listed in   perform the required duties attached to Level 2.
                                 Schedule                    Level 2: The veterinary surgeon conducts professional
                                 B—Classifications to the    work without detailed supervision but with guidance
                                 exclusion of any other      on unusual cases and/or procedures. Level 3: The
                                 modern award.               experienced veterinary surgeon conducts professional
                                                             work including more difficult assignments requiring
                                                             substantial professional experience and initiative.
                                                             Level 4: Senior veterinary surgeon conducts
                                                             professional work involving considerable
                                                             independence of approach. They are responsible,
                                                             when tasked, for the supervision of other professional
                                                             staff and other practice management tasks, such as
                                                             involvement in the overall planning of the practice,
                                                             involvement in the formulation and implementation
                                                             of practice policy and protocols, and/or supervising a
                                                             practice branch or specific unit or department within
                                                             the practice.
Practice managers, Veterinary nurses, Receptionists,
Animal attendants and Assistants
Introductory level: An employee who has had no
experience in this industry will initially be engaged at
the introductory level until the employee has
performed satisfactory service for a period not
exceeding three months. During this period the
employer will provide on the-job training to assist the
employee to gain the appropriate skills. If the
employee attains the level of skill required, the
employee will progress to Level 1.
Level 1: assisting other employees in their duties,
appropriate induction to the industry and the routines
of the practice, basic animal care, grooming, feeding,
cleaning and restraint as instructed; and/or, basic
clerical and/or reception duties and telephone skills
under veterinary supervision. Level 2:
A Level 2 employee will use limited discretion and
initiative. Knowledge realting to the care of animals
will be necessary. Following Occupational Health and
Safety procedures in an animal care environment;
assisting with general animal care; provide food and
water for animals; participating in workplace
communications; carrying out basic clerical and/or
reception duties under reduced supervision; carrying
out clinic routines; maintain clinic hygiene, carry out
daily treatment of patients; and/or assisting in stock
control and clinic security.
Level 3: assisting with animal care under limited
supervision; limited supervision of employees at
introductory level and Level 1; undertaking daily clinic
routines and routine monitoring of patients; clerical
duties including maintaining supplies, processing and
preparing correspondence and accounts; the ability to
follow clinic procedures for hazard identification and
risk control; the ability to provide grief support to
clients/animal owners; and/or providing basic first aid
for animals.
Level 4: co-ordinating clinic admissions; providing
veterinary nursing care and grief support to clients;
applying radiographic routines and implement
procedures; performing and record pathology
procedures, assist with post mortem; preparing and
provide support for surgical procedures; monitoring
patient anaesthesia; performing post-operative
procedures; nursing hospitalised animals, monitor
clinical signs, communicate with owners; providing
animal care in pain situations; carrying out medical
nursing routines; preparing surgery schedules,
implement surgery preparations; cleaning maintain
and store theatre instruments, equipment and
supplies; and/or carrying out post operative theatre
routines.
Level 5—Practice manager: Posseses a Diploma in
Veterinary Nursing; have the overall responsibility of
managing the day-to-day operations of a veterinary
practice. Overseeing human resources, stock control,
clinical administration, bookkeeping and customer
management; being responsible and accountable for
their own work and may have delegated responsibility
for the work under their control or supervision,
including, scheduling workloads, resolving operations
problems, monitoring the quality of work produced
and counselling staff for performance and work
related matters; and/or reporting to management
regarding accounts, staffing, legislative requirements
and/or other company activities.
Animal care industry inspectors
Inspector Level 1: This is the commencement level for
a new inspector who is authorised under relevant
legislation to carry out the duties of animal care
inspector however described.




The performance of duties is subject to the
supervision of an Inspector Level 2.
An inspector at this level can expect to move to an
Inspector Level 2 after six months from their
commencement as an Inspector Level 1. Inspector
Level 2: In addition to the experience and
qualifications of an Inspector Level 1, an inspector at
this level requires limited supervision in the
performance of their duties.
Senior Inspector Level 3: At this level a person is
appointed and designated a senior inspector. The
Senior Inspector Level 3 conducts professional work
involving considerable independence. They are
responsible, when tasked, for the supervision of staff.
They will be involved in the overall planning of team
activities together with the formulation and
implementation of policies and protocols.
Aquaculture Industry   MA000114   This industry award          Aquaculture Attendant Level 1
Award 2010                        applies throughout           Finfish stream: operate boats (including loading and
                                  Australia to employers       unloading boats); moor pens; wash and change nets;
                                  engaged in the breeding,     and/or move materials and equipment.Shellfish
                                  production, farming and      stream: A shellfish attendant Level 1 means a person
                                  related harvesting of        who has been employed for less than four months’ in
                                  fish, shellfish, crustacea   the industry and who is engaged on either an inter-
                                  and marine vegetation        tidal, deep water or land-based shellfish enterprise to
                                  and operations ancillary     perform with supervision some or all of the following:
                                  thereto including initial    operating boats or punts; loading, unloading, moving,
                                  preparation for market       packing, constructing of shellfish culture mediums
                                  and their employees in       (including baskets, cages, droplines and oyster
                                  the classifications in       racking); recording data; and/or operating mechanical
                                  Schedule                     equipment such as grading machines; preparation of
                                  B—Classification             product for market/transport as well as the general
                                  Structure to the exclusion   maintenance duties.
                                  of any other modern          Aquaculture Attendant Level 2
                                  award.                       Finfish stream: operate boats (including loading and
                                                               unloading boats); moor pens; wash and change nets;
                                                               and/or move materials and equipment and prepare
                                                               the product for market/transport. Shellfish stream:
                                                               operating boats or punts; loading, unloading, moving,
                                                               packing, constructing of shellfish culture mediums
                                                               (including baskets, cages, droplines and oyster
                                                               racking); recording data; and/or operating mechanical
                                                               equipment such as grading machines, preparation of
                                                               product for market/transport, as well as general
                                                               maintenance duties.




                                                               Aquaculture Attendant Level 3
                                                               Finfish stream: harvest fish (including bleeding) and
                                                               preparation for market/transport; husband fish
                                                               (including observing, separating, mortality retrieval,
                                                               feeding); and/or carry out general housekeeping and
                                                               maintenance.
                                                               Shellfish stream: A shellfish attendant Level 3 means
                                                               an employee who, in addition to performing some or
                                                               all of the functions of shellfish attendant Level 2 may
                                                               be required to accept responsibility for acting in a
                                                               minor supervisory capacity in directing the work of
                                                               other employees.
                                                               Aquaculture Attendant Level 4
                                                               Finfish stream:
                                                               A Finfish attendant Level 4 means a person who has
                                                               been employed to perform the following: husband
                                                               fish (including observing, separating, mortality
                                                               retrieval, feeding); carry out general housekeeping
                                                               and maintenance; carry out basic net repairs; and/or
                                                               may be required to perform diving duties. Shellfish
                                                               stream: A shellfish attendant Level 4 is an employee
                                                               who, in addition to performing some or all of the
                                                               functions of shellfish attendant Level 3, directs the
                                                               work of other employees and accepts responsibility
                                                               for acting in charge.
Architects Award 2010   MA000079   This award covers           Level 1—Graduate of Architecture
                                   employers of Architects     The graduate entry level:
                                   throughout Australia with   The graduate undertakes initial professional
                                   respect to their            architectural tasks of limited scope and complexity,
                                   employees in the            such as minor phases of broader assignments, in
                                   classification in this      office and site work.Under supervision from higher-
                                   award in clause             level professionals as to the method of approach and
                                   15—Minimum wages and        requirements, the graduate performs normal
                                   those employees to the      professional work and exercises individual judgment
                                   exclusion of any other      and initiative in the application of architectural
                                   modern award. Not           principles, techniques and methods.
                                   Covered: employee           In assisting more senior professionals by carrying out
                                   engaged on academic         tasks requiring accuracy and adherence to prescribed
                                   staff of a university of    methods of architectural analysis or design, the
                                   higher education college    graduate draws upon advanced techniques and
                                                               methods learned during and after the undergraduate
                                                               course.Training, development and experience using a
                                                               variety of standard architectural principles and
                                                               procedures enable the graduate to develop increasing
                                                               professional judgment and apply it progressively to
                                                               more difficult tasks at Level 2.
                                                               Decisions are related to tasks performed, relying upon
                                                               precedent or defined procedures for guidance.
                                                               Recommendations are related to the solution of
                                                               problems in connection to the tasks performed.




                                                               Work is reviewed by higher-level professionals for
                                                               validity, adequacy, methods and procedures. With
                                                               professional development and experience, work
                                                               receives less review, and the graduate progressively
                                                               exercises more individual judgment until the level of
                                                               competence at Level 2(a) is achieved.
                                                               Level 2(a)—Experienced Graduate of Architecture:
                                                               Following development through Level 1, an
                                                               Experienced Graduate of Architecture plans and
                                                               conducts professional architectural work without
                                                               detailed supervision, but with guidance on unusual
                                                               features and is usually engaged on more responsible
                                                               architectural assignments requiring professional
                                                               experience.
                                                               Level 2(b)—Registered Architect:
                                                               Following development through Level 1, a Registered
                                                               Architect plans and conducts professional
                                                               architectural work without detailed supervision, but
                                                               with guidance on unusual features and is usually
                                                               engaged on more responsible architectural
                                                               assignments requiring professional experience.
Asphalt Industry Award   MA000054   This industry award          Skill level 1: is an employee who has no experience in
2010                                covers employers             the industry and who may be undertaking up to 38
                                    throughout Australia in      hours induction training.
                                    the Asphalt Industry and     Skill level 2: is an employee who has completed the
                                    their employees in the       employer’s induction course and/or is undertaking up
                                    classifications listed in    to three months’ on-the-job training and is not
                                    clause                       undertaking a traineeship.
                                    13—Classifications, to the   Skill level 3: is an employee who has completed up to
                                    exclusion of any other       three months’ on-the-job training; is capable of
                                    modern award.                working productively under routine supervision; but is
                                                                 not yet a fully productive member of a spray or paving
                                                                 crew.
                                                                 Skill level 4: is a multi-skilled employee who is
                                                                 assessed by the employer to be competent to perform
                                                                 all of the duties required within the work team.
                                                                 Typically this will mean that the employee has an
                                                                 endorsed licence for the operation of heavy vehicles,
                                                                 is competent in the operation of the major pieces of
                                                                 plant and equipment utilised in the work team and
                                                                 who can perform all manual tasks in the work team.
                                                                 In asphalt production plants this will mean an
                                                                 employee who is deemed competent to operate the
                                                                 plant with a minimum of supervision.
                                                                 Skill level 5:
                                                                 Skill level 5 is an employee who has been appointed
                                                                 by the employer to be in charge of a mixing plant or to
                                                                 lead a spray or paving crew.




Banking, Finance and     MA000019   This industry award          Office trainee, filing clerk, mail sorting clerk,
Insurance Award 2010     industry   covers employers             switchboard operator, assistant receptionist,
                         based      throughout Australia who     messenger, yardhand, canteen worker, cleaner,
                                    are engaged in the           deposit officer, scanning office, telemarketers, sales
                                    Banking, Finance and         and service trainees, data processing officers,
                                    Insurance Industry in        teller/customer service representatives,.human
                                    respect of work by their     resource officer, learning and development officer,
                                    employees in a               compliance officer, personal assistant, assistant
                                    classification in this       accountant, accounts officer, claims officer, assistant
                                    award and those              underwriter, customer relationship manager,
                                    employees to the             settlement officer, collections officer, lending officer,
                                    exclusion of any other       administrative officer, personal lending relationship
                                    modern                       officer, personal banker, customer service specialist
                                    awardlist—receptionist,      agency officer, branch services officer, senior case
                                    loans, processing officer,   manager, entry level team leader, senior technical
                                    helpdesk operator, credit    officer.human resources consultant, senior learning
                                    analyst, card services       and development officer, accountant, senior claims
                                    operator, contact centre     officer, analyst programmer, fraud investigator, call
                                    officer, payroll clerk,      centre team leader, accountant, credit controller,
                                    teller or sales              administration manager, underwriter, sales manager,
                                    representative with at       customer service team leader,
                                     least 12 months              assessor, loss control officer, business analyst,
                                     experience, insurance        assistant branch manager, personal lending specialist,
                                     clerk, case manager,         team leader.
                                     account manager,             branch manager, human resources or fraudulent
                                     technical officer,           relations manager, financial planners, information
                                     statistical clerk            technology specialists, relationship manager, senior
                                                                  analyst, subject matter manager, divisional manager.


Black Coal Mining     MA000001      This award applies to:      Assistant undermanager, the holder of at least a
Industry Award 2010   industry/occu (a) Employers of coal       second class mine manager’s certificate of
                      pational      mining employees as         competency under the Coal Mining Safety and Health
                                     defined in clause 4.1(b); Act 1999 (Qld), who is appointed to such position.
                                     and                        Production supervisor at an open-cut mine whose
                                     (b) coal mining            duties include operational planning, co-ordination,
                                     employees.                 supervision and control of mining and overburden
                                     Coal mining employees operations and personnel on all shifts worked at the
                                     are:                       mine. Open-cut overseer appropriately qualified and
                                     (i) employees who are      certified performing general supervisory duties which
                                     employed in the black      may include the duties of an open-cut examiner under
                                     coal mining industry by    the Coal Mine Health and Safety Act 2002 (NSW).
                                     an employer engaged in Senior chemist, the holder of an appropriate
                                     the black coal mining      qualification who is responsible for the co-ordination
                                     industry, whose duties     and control of the work on all shifts at a laboratory
                                     are directly connected     where at least one other chemist is employed.
                                     with the day to day        Chemist who is the holder of an appropriate
                                     operation of a black coal qualification and is required to carry out testing,
                                     mine and who are           analysis and verification of results and may be
                                     employed in a              responsible for the supervision and work of laboratory
                                     classification or class of technicians, laboratory assistants and/or samplers on
                                     work in Schedule           shift. Laboratory technician who has experience in
                                     A—Production and           laboratory techniques and who is required to carry
                                     Engineering Employees or out independent testing and analysis of coal samples
                                     Schedule B—Staff           according to company standards and who reports the
                                     Employees of this award; results and may be responsible




                                     (ii) employees who are       for the supervision and work for one or more
                                     employed in the black        Laboratory assistants and/or samplers on shift.
                                     coal mining industry,        Paymaster responsible at a mine or group of mines for
                                     whose duties are carried     the full payroll function for at least 300 employees.
                                     out at or about a place      Chief surveyor in charge of a group of mines where a
                                     where black coal is mined    mine surveyor is also employed. Mine surveyor who is
                                     and are directly             required by the management to certify the accuracy
                                     connected with the day       of mine plans. Surveyor holding a surveyor’s
                                     to day operation of a        certificate of competency in accordance with the Coal
                                     black coal mine and who      Mining Safety and Health Act 1999 (Qld) appointed by
                                     are employed in a            management to use surveying instruments. Assistant
                                     classification or class of   surveyor holding a surveyor’s certificate of
                                     work in Schedule             competency appointed by the management to use
                                     A—Production and             surveying instruments. Tracer, Surveyor’s Assistant,
                                     Engineering Employees or     Laboratory Assistant, Technical Assistant, Stores Clerk,
                                     Schedule B—Staff             Coal and/or Dust Sampler, Screen and Surface
                                     Employees of this award.     Overseer, Traffic Controller
Book Industry Award   MA000078    This award covers            Editor: proofreading; type mark-up of manuscript;
2010                              employers throughout         copy editing; gradual acquisition of knowledge of
                                  Australia in the Book        housestyle, proofreading, symbols, industry and
                                  Industry and their           company terminology; document management;
                                  employees in the             pictorial and editorial research; check indexes and
                                  classifications in this      tables; write blurbs, captions and promotion briefs;
                                  award to the exclusion of    content editing and maintain schedules; give briefing
                                  any other modern award.      of art, design and subject areas; undertake indexing
                                                               and checking outside indexing; text manipulation;
                                                               liaise with external freelance editorial staff;
                                                               commission manuscripts; training, communicate with
                                                               internal and external editorial staff, internal
                                                               production personnel, indexers, artists etc; coordinate
                                                               publishing projects; budget management; staff
                                                               supervision and training.



Broadcasting and       MA000091   This award covers            Videotape employee: editing and operation of
Recorded Entertainment            employers throughout         videotape equipment and other equipment used to
Award 2010                        Australia in the             record, edit, and replay video and audio signals.
                                  Broadcasting and             Electronic News Gathering (ENG) Camera employee:
                                  Recorded Entertainment       use of sound and silent cameras and professional
                                  Industry and their           sound recording equipment; prepare setting up,
                                  employees in the             lighting, camera lenses; maintain control over sound
                                  classifications set out in   recording; maintain control over stock usage.
                                  this award to the            Technician: installing, setting up, operating or
                                  exclusion of any other       maintaining television equipment such as audio,
                                  modern award.                video, telecine, lighting, recording, transmission or
                                  Exclusions: employees        other apparatus associated with television; staff
                                  covered by                   assessment, recruitment and selection; staff
                                  Clerks—Private Sector        management; technical operation such as videotape
                                  Award 2010; Journalists      and installation; plan and estimate staffing and
                                  Published Media Award        material costs; sophisticated maintenance and
                                  2010; Air Pilots Award       modifications of television equipment; budgeting and
                                  2010; or Commercial          scheduling; quality control; staff training; job
                                  Sales Award 2010; news       allocation; equipment selection; fault-finding. Audio
                                  editors employed by a        Operator; Audio Director: supervision; audio
                                  metropolitan television      operations; staff selection and assessment; plan and
                                  station. Part 3 provisions   select equipment, work organisation, services, actions
                                  of this award will not       and outcomes, prepare budget; plan staffing and
                                  apply to journalists where   material costs; staff allocation; provide advice on
                                  they are on a fixed term     audio operations; prepare reports; audio direct style
                                  contract and paid on an      of production; staff training; Audio Director; set up,
                                  annual salary of not less    install, and maintain complex audio equipment; use
                                  than $72,506 (in the case    precision measuring instruments; set up and operate
                                  of metropolitan television   public address and sound reproduction systems; set
                                  station) or an annual        up and rig floor and control room based equipment.
                                  salary not
less than $58,563 (in the      Lighting Operator; Lighting Director; Lighting
case of non metropolitan       Supervisor: supervise lighting operations; staff
television station); or an     selection, assessment and review; manage lighting
employee engaged solely        personnel; prepare budget; plan and estimate staffing
for an interview, audition     and material costs; staff allocation; provide technical
or screen test for a role in   advice; prepare reports; work as Lighting Director for
television or a feature        productions; staff training; staff allocation; staff
film.                          supervision; operate lighting functions. Master
                               Control (MC): MC Supervisor; MC Operator; staff
                               allocation; resource allocation; staff training; staff
                               supervision; produce technical reports; operate and
                               modify television equipment circuitry; quality control;
                               set up and operate all types of television and
                               communications equipment; work on intricate
                               circuitry; use precision measuring instruments; fault
                               finding . Vision Switcher: switch style of television
                               production; staff allocation; switch video signal and
                               operate video effects equipment; staff training; on the
                               job training. Presentation Coordinator: on-air
                               presentation; staff supervision; staff training; plan and
                               estimate staffing and material costs; staff recruitment,
                               selection and assessment; staff allocation; resource
                               allocation; coordinate activities (studio, videotapes,
                               other stations) during transmission; ensure continuity,
                               timing and switching of program transmissions; set up
                               and operate videotape machines in record and replay
                               modes; execute on-air logs; set up, turn on and make
                               it work; preview programs; timing; on the job training
Videotape: Videotape Supervisor; Post-Production
Editor; Production Videotape Operator; staff
allocation to production schedule; supervise
videotape operations; performance assessment;
budget preparation; operate television post-
production editing equipment; staff supervision; post-
produce television production; post-production
editing; operate all types of television post-production
and editing equipment; staff training; quality control;
control vision and audio switching functions, vision
and audio effects generators and multiple vision and
audio sources; compile program material by operating
external edit controller controlling three or more
sources; operate record/replay equipment; provide
operational guidance and advice; record, replay,
duplicate and compile/butt edit; perform sequencing,
set up, monitoring and operational functions; on the
job training
Music/Video Library: operate and establish library
function; staff supervision; catalogue and operate
video/music library; prepare music usage reports; on
the job training. Camera: Camera Supervisor; Camera
Operator; supervise staff and camera-related
operations; staff selection and assessment; plan and
select equipment, work organisation, services, actions
and outcomes; prepare budget; plan and estimate
staffing and material costs; staff allocation; staff
training; coordinate concepts; prepare reports;
operate all types of camera equipment; rigging,
operation and striking of camera related operating
equipment; on the job training.
ENG Camera Operator; ENG Camera Assistant: assess
new technology; maintain equipment; plan budget
requirements; staff supervision and training; staff
assessment; staff allocation; operate specialist
camera; work on production and for Major
Transmissions; operate ENG camera; perform care of
camera and associated equipment; plan and select
appropriate equipment; set up and operate audio and
lighting equipment; on the job training. Graphic Art:
staff supervision; supervise graphic art related
operations; staff selection and assessment; plan and
select equipment, work organisation, services, actions
and outcomes; prepare budget; plan and estimate
staffing and material costs; staff allocation; staff
training; prepare reports; work on digital and/or
analogue systems; quality control; produce single
frame, composite, animated and multi-dimensional
graphics; operate frame-based graphic equipment;
use graphics hardware and software; work as a
Graphic Artist; on the job training. Director: perform
studio and outside broadcast work; staff assessment;
staff training; direct television production; select
appropriate equipment and other resources; staff
allocation; direct programs; staff supervision and
guidance; plan and select equipment, services, actions
and time constraints; direct employees from a number
of areas including make-up, set design, camera and
recording or technical operations; directs limited
shooting patterns; on the job training;
Producer/Director’s Assistant/VCG operator: work as
Producer/Director’s Assistant; assist directors;
production; operate on-screen display and VCG
equipment; staff allocation and training; assist
Director in a control room; operate video character
generator equipment; on the job training. Floor
Manager: staff allocation, monitor overall status of
work; staff guidance and assistance; Major and non-
Major Productions; on the job training. Make-up and
Hairdresser: plan and select equipment/supplies;
perform make-up work involving: manufacture and
application of prostheses; create character make-up;
perform hairdressing services; on the job training.
Carpenter: plan and select equipment and materials;
use precision trade and non-trade skills using various
materials and specialised techniques for producing
television settings; use precision measuring
instruments; set up and operate machines; plan
construction sequencing; general carpentry; on the
job training. Wardrobe: wardrobe selection; make
alterations and maintain costumes; staff supervision
and allocation; measure accurately.Still
Photographer: perform all aspects of still
photography including lighting, developing and
enlarging; perform photographic tasks; measure
accurately; staff allocation. Set Design: design
television sets; specialist design work; design sets for
Major Production; apply Occupational Health and
Safety (OH&S) regulations and building codes.
Scenic Art: apply building codes for fireproofing of set
materials and paints; signwriting and tracing; use
precision equipment; select paint types and
consistencies; set up and operate machines; plan
construction sequencing; exercise precision trade and
non-trade skills using various materials and specialised
techniques; general carpentry for set and props
construction; paint complex designs on television sets;
paint flats, sets and props. Properties: be a stand-by
props person; apply OH&S regulations and building
code regulations; take custody, care and control of
properties; Studio Hand; Set Dresser; position props in
and on sets; shift, lift erect and dismantle sets;
labouring; cable assistants; Property Assistant; Studio
Hand; Prop and Scenery Storeperson; Set Dresser
Commercial Radio Announcer; Broadcasting Operator:
operate central control equipment of studio system or
any control panel to do with amplification or
reproduction; connect and test microphones,
amplifiers, faders, monitors, external pick-ups and
connections in the control room; answer inward
telephone calls; accept parcels and packages; receive
and implement copy changes; turning on or off of air-
conditioning plant; open doors to allow entering and
leaving of station staff . Engineer: design, layout and
supervision of construction of studios and/or major
equipment. Technician: set up, construct, install,
operate, maintain and test broadcast equipment and
electronic
equipment at the transmitter or studio; and
associated equipment, powerplant or aerial system,
excluding rigging and painting; technical assistance
with the installation of the associated power plant
ventilation system or program lines; may be called
upon to perform duties of a Broadcasting Operator
Journalists. Cinema Worker: customer service;
ushering; cashier; cleaning; operate bio-box;
undertake responsibility for projection area; quality
control; administration of cinema; machine setting,
loading and preparation; programming and
programming preparation; maintain technical
equipment. Cinema Manager: supervise and direct
programming. Cinema Zone Manager. Actors: bit
player; double; extra; performer. Musician: Ensemble
singer; session singer; leader: first or principal violinist
or instrumentalist. Motion Picture employee: Maintain
animals, equipment, vehicles etc used in film
production; cleaning; preparation of location, studio
or unit base; lift handle scenery, props or equipment
under direct instruction; pack and store objects; be
courier or driver; repair equipment, props, costumes
etc; load/unload props, scenery and equipment;
provide facilities for cast and crew on location or set;
program and operate control systems (including
sound, lighting); operate equipment or special effects;
assist in post-production process; organise and
manage use of locations; operate and perform SFX
sequences; design sets, floor plans,




construction plans etc; undertake all aspects of still
photography; production accounting processes;
supervise make-up, hair and wardrobe departments;
supervise safety on set and location; undertake
technical responsibility for maintenance, set-up and
operation of complex camera, lighting, construction
and electrical equipment; control and operate
complex audio-visual production and post-production
equipment; Film and Television Distribution
Employee; Motion Picture Production employee; Set
and Prop Painter; Prop and Scenery Storeperson/Set
Dresser; Set and Property Painter; Scenic Artist and
Property Person; Studioperson.
Building and             MA000020   This industry award          sheet metal soldering; tack welding; operation of
Construction General On- industry   covers employers             mobile equipment including forklifts, hand trolleys,
site Award 2010          based      throughout Australia in      pallet trucks, overhead cranes and winch operation;
                                    the On-Site Building,        Tradespersons assistant, ,Alloy structural worker,
                                    Engineering and Civil        powder monkey, rigger, Bar bending machine
                                    Construction Industry        operator, Bitumen worker, Cable jointer, Cement gun
                                    and their employees in       operator, Chairperson, Concrete Worker, Cook’s
                                    the classifications within   offsider, work boat driver, Crane chaser ,Demolition
                                    Schedule                     labourer, Dresser and grinder, Drilling machine
                                    B—Classification             operator, Dump cart operator, Erector (wire
                                    Definitions to the           mesh),Fencer, Gantry hand or crane hand,
                                    exclusion of any other       Geotextile/geomembrane worker, Insulator,
                                    modern award. Without        Ironworker on construction, Jackhammer man, Kerb
                                    limiting the generality of   and gutter layer, Lager, Landscape labourer,
                                    the exclusion, this award    Linesperson, Machinist (precast concrete
                                    does not cover employers     manufacture),Mess attendant, camp attendant, Mixer
                                    covered by: (a) the          driver (concrete),Mobile concrete pump hose person
                                    Manufacturing and            or line hand, Mobile crane driver, Painter brush hand,
                                    Associated Industries and    Pick or shovel man, Plasterer, terrazzo or
                                    Occupations Award 2010 ;     stonemason’s assistant, Roof layer (malthoid or
                                    (b) the Joinery and          similar material),Sheet metal worker, Spray painter,
                                    Building Trades Award        Steel erector ,Stonemason assistant—factory
                                    2010 ; (c) the Electrical,   (Queensland and Tasmania),Tool/material storeman,
                                    Electronic and               Welder, forklift driver, Foundation shafts worker,
                                    Communications               Hoist or winch driver, Landscaper, Pitcher or beacher,
                                    Contracting Award 2010 ;     Scaffolder, Spotter, Steel fixer, Storeman, Tack welder,
                                    (d) the Plumbing and Fire    Tool sharpener, Traffic controller, Wall builder, system
                                                                 assembly; welding and cutting; mechanical
                                                                 installation. Battery fitter, Bitumen sprayer,
                                                                 Boilermaker, Bricklayer, Bridge and wharf carpenter,
                                                                 Carpenter, Crawler tractor with power operated
                                                                 attachments
Sprinklers Award 2010;      (up to and including 2000kg shipping mass),Crusher
(e) the Black Coal Mining   operator aggregate (dimension stone quarries)
Industry Award 2010; (f)    ,Drainer, Dumper, rear and bottom (up to and
the Mining Industry         including 2 cubic metres struck capacity) Electric
Award 2010; or (g) the      motor attendant ,Electrical fitter ,Electrical mechanic,
Quarrying Award 2010.       Fitter, Electrical mechanic, Floor layer specialist, Floor
                            sander, Form setter ,Gardener , Glazier, Joiner,
                            Locksmith, Machinist, Marble and slate worker,
                            Mobile hydraulic platform operator, Motor mechanic,
                            Operator, drilling machine, Operator, pneumatic tyred
                            tractor with power operated attachments Painter,
                            Paviour (including segmental paving),Pipe layer (any
                            kind of pipes),Plant mechanic ,Plasterer, Prefab
                            tradesperson ,Qualified/trade cook ,Quarry worker
                            (dimension stone quarries),Refrigeration mechanic,
                            Renderer in pipes, tunnels or covered drains, Rigger,
                            Dogger, Roof fixer, Roof tiler, Serviceperson, Shop
                            hand, Stonemason, Tile layer, Timber person,
                            Tradesperson (radio) ,tradesperson (precast concrete
                            manufacture),Tradesperson landscape, Trenching
                            machine (small Ditch-Witch type),Engineering
                            construction tradesperson (electrical/electronic)
                            ,Engineering construction tradesperson (mechanical)
                            ,engineering construction tradesperson (fabrication) ,
                            Locomotive (not carrying passengers) ,Operator,
                            tractor, Operator, pneumatic tyred tractor—with
                            power operated attachments (above 15 kW, up to and
                            including 150 kW net engine power Operator,




                            drilling machine, Trench sinker, pile driver, Road
                            marker operator, Road roller , Scraper , Sign writer,
                            Skid steer tractor, Track laying, fixing or levelling
                            machine (railway construction),Trench machine
                            ,Tunneller 2 ,Winding and haulage driver, detail
                            draughting or planning or technical duties, works on
                            machines or equipment which utilise complex
                            mechanic or hydraulic and/or pneumatic circuitry and
                            controls or a combination thereof; • works on
                            machinery or equipment which utilises complex
                            electrical/electronic circuitry and controls; • works on
                            instruments which make up a complex control system
                            which utilises some combination of
                            electrical/electronic, mechanical or fluid power
                            principles; • applies advanced computer numerical
                            control techniques in machining or cutting or welding
                            or fabrication; • exercises intermediate CAD/CAM
                            skills in the performance of routine modifications to
                            programs;
Business Equipment   MA000021   This industry award         Clerical, Technicians and Technical employees of
Award 2010           industry   covers employers            varying levels according to experience.
                     based      throughout Australia in
                                the Business Equipment
                                Industry and their
                                employees in the
                                classifications listed in
                                this award to the
                                exclusion of any other
                                modern award.
Car Parking Award 2010   MA000095   This industry award             Car Parking Officer Level 1
                                    covers employers                A Car Parking Officer Level 1 has little or no prior
                                    throughout Australia in         experience in the car parking industry and is
                                    the car parking industry        undertaking induction training provided by the
                                    and their employees in          employer. An employee at this level exercises minimal
                                    the classifications listed in   judgment and has been employed in the industry for a
                                    Schedule                        period of less than six months.
                                    B—Classifications to the        Car Parking Officer Level 2
                                    exclusion of any other          A Car Parking Officer Level 2 is an employee with
                                    modern award. The               more than six months’ experience in the industry who
                                    award does not cover            has satisfactorily completed initial induction training.
                                    employers covered by the        Parking cars; cashier functions; basic keyboard
                                    following modern                operations; washing cars; dealing with customer
                                    awards:                         enquiries to the extent of their skill and training;
                                    • Clerks—Private Sector         stack/jockey parking; observing basic occupational
                                    Award 2010;                     health and safety; routine security/patrol; opening
                                    • General Retail Industry       and closing a multilevel car park; ticket machine
                                    Award 2010;                     loading and emptying; directing traffic; and cleaning
                                    • Hospitality Industry          work of any description, including the use of ride on
                                    (General) Award 2010;           powered cleaning and sweeping machines.
                                    • Local Government              Car Parking Officer Level 3
                                    Industry Award 2010; or         A Car Parking Officer Level 3 is an employee with
                                    • Security Services             extensive experience within the industry and who is
                                    Industry Award 2010.            able to perform all of the skills/tasks of a Level 2 in
                                                                    addition to those expected at this level.A Car Parking
                                                                    Officer at this level may be responsible for supervising
                                                                    employees at a particular location(s) and for assisting
                                                                    in the provision of training.




Cement and Lime Award MA000055      This industry award             Production: hot end clinker burning and storage; cold
2010                                covers employers                end kiln feed preparation; raw materials and fuels
                                    throughout Australia in         handling; milling and grinding of product; and
                                    the Cement and Lime             operation of mobile equipment associated with
                                    industry and their              production.
                                    employees in the                Yard: general labouring; operation of mobile plant
                                    classifications listed in       including but not limited to cleaning equipment, road
                                    Schedule                        sweepers and trucks.
                                    B—Classification                Bulk Despatch: loading out of product by road and/or
                                    Descriptions to the             rail.
                                    exclusion of any other          Package Products: operation of all bagging
                                    modern award                    equipment; warehousing; and despatch of bagged
                                                                    product.
                                                                    Laboratory: physical testing of product; quality
                                                                    control; and sample collection and preparation.
                                                                    Control Room Operation: operation of a plant and
                                                                    process control room through electronic medium to
                                                                    predetermined standards.
                                                                    Basic: conducting local risk control; operate light
                                                                    vehicles.
Cemetery Industry   MA000070   This industry award             General maintenance; plant equipment and property
Award 2010                     covers employers                maintenance; fencing; concreting and bitumen work;
                               throughout Australia in         lawn mowing; raking leaves; sweeping; use of weed
                               the Cemetery and                eater; wheel barrow; digging trenches, removal of
                               Crematorium Industry            trees; walk behind i.e. domestic/industrial mowers;
                               and their employees in          use of jack hammer, concrete mixer; use of hand tools
                               the classifications listed in   including, power drill, pitchfork, electric saw, garden
                               clause 13—Classifications       tools; digging trenches; lawn mowing including ride-
                               to the exclusion of any         on i.e. tractor driver (without implements); fertilising,
                               other modern award              spraying including, herbicides, pesticides; carting soil,
                                                               material; clipping hedges, edges, pruning; removal of
                                                               tree cuttings; use and maintenance of light motors i.e.
                                                               pumps, generator, chainsaw, post-hole digger
                                                               Gravedigger: dig; timber graves under supervision;
                                                               cart dirt; place mats; clean/trim around site; lower
                                                               coffin/casket; prepare area for funeral including
                                                               surface reparation; top up soil and clean up after
                                                               burial; dig and backfill graves by hand or with
                                                               mechanical equipment; identify sites; prepare graves;
                                                               dress graves for burial (i.e. placement of artificial
                                                               lawn, lowering machine or bearers and generally
                                                               tidying the area and approach to the grave)
                                                               Crematorium operator: remove coffin/casket from
                                                               chapel; remove flowers/fittings; convey coffin/casket
                                                               to furnace; operate crematorium equipment; maintain
                                                               crematorium equipment; keep appropriate
                                                               administrative records; authorise paperwork as
                                                               required by the relevant State or Territory legislation.




                                                               Memorial Person: prepare plaques and remains for
                                                               memorialisation; mark beds and construction of
                                                               concrete bases;
                                                               Funeral Assistant/Supervisor: dress graves for burial
                                                               (i.e. placement of artificial lawn, lowering machine or
                                                               bearers and generally tidying the area and approach
                                                               to the grave); prepare chapels for service;
                                                               clean/maintain chapels; gives instruction in the use of
                                                               chapel equipment; assist with placing of coffin/casket
                                                               over the grave; assist with lowering of coffin/casket
                                                               into the grave; supervise funeral; authorise paperwork
                                                               as required by the relevant State or Territory
                                                               legislation; supervise conduct of funeral; assist with
                                                               purchase/allocation of graves and memorials; control
                                                               traffic; convey remains other than cremated remains
                                                               within and between cemeteries controlled by the
                                                               employing trust; advise public on locations of
                                                               graves/memorials and funerals
                                                               Other: identify or check location of a grave site; assess
                                                               soil conditions and the installation of appropriate
                                                               shoring for individual graves; use of lowering
                                                               devices/tapes; assisting in the training and education
                                                               of other gravediggers.
Children’s Services   MA000120   This award covers             Children’s Services Employees (CSE)
Award 2010                       employers throughout          Level 1: Learning and implementing the policies,
                                 Australia in the Children’s   procedures and routines of the service. Learning how
                                 Services and                  to establish relationships and interact with children.
                                 Early Childhood               Learning the basic skills required to work in this
                                 Education Industry and        environment with children. Giving each child
                                 their employees in the        individual attention and comfort as required. Basic
                                 classifications listed in     duties including food preparation, cleaning and
                                 Schedule                      gardening.
                                 B—Classification              Level 2: Assist in the implementation of the children’s
                                 Structure, to the             program under supervision. Assist in the
                                 exclusion of any other        implementation of daily care routines. Develop
                                 modern award.                 awareness of and assist in maintenance of the health
                                 The award does not cover      and safety of the children in care. Give each child
                                 employers whose primary       individual attention and comfort as required.
                                 functions are covered by      Understand and work according to the centre or
                                 the                           service’s policies and procedures. Demonstrate
                                 following awards:             knowledge of hygienic handling of food and
                                 (a) the Educational           equipment.
                                 Services (Schools)            Level 3A: Such an employee would be an ‘E’ Worker
                                 General Staff Award           as previously classified under the Child Care (Long Day
                                 2010;                         Care) WA Award 2005 as CSE Level 2.
                                 (b) the Higher Education      Level 3: Assist in the preparation, implementation and
                                 Industry—General              evaluation of developmentally appropriate programs
                                 Staff—Award 2010;             for individual children or groups. Record observations
                                 (c) the Local Government      of individual children or groups for program planning
                                 Industry Award 2010; or       purposes for qualified staff. Under direction, work
                                 (d) the Social,               with individual children with particular needs. Assist in
                                                               the
Community, Home Care      direction of untrained staff. Undertake and implement
and Disability Services   the requirements of quality assurance. Work in
Industry Award            accordance with food safety regulations.
2010.                     Level 4A: This is an employee who has not obtained
                          the qualifications required for a Level 4 employee who
                          performs the same duties as a Level 4 employee.
                          Level 4: Responsible, in consultation with the
                          Assistant Director/Director for the preparation,
                          implementation and evaluation of a developmentally
                          appropriate program for individual children or groups.
                          Responsible to the Assistant Director/Director for the
                          supervision of students on placement. Responsible for
                          ensuring a safe environment is maintained for both
                          staff and children. Responsible for ensuring that
                          records are maintained accurately for each child in
                          their care. Develop, implement and evaluate daily care
                          routines. Ensure that the centre or service’s policies
                          and procedures are adhered to. Liaise with families.
                          Level 5A: This is an employee who has not obtained
                          the qualification required for a Level 5 employee who
                          performs the same duties as a Level 5 employee.
                          Level 5: An Assistant Director of a service, a Children’s
                          Services Co-ordinator , a Family Day Care Co-
                          ordinator, a Family Day Care Trainee Supervisor, a
                          School Age Care Co-ordinator.
                          An Assistant Director will also take on the same duties
                          and perform the same tasks as a CSE Level 4.
Co-ordinate and direct the activities of employees
engaged in the implementation and evaluation of
developmentally appropriate programs. Contribute,
through the Director, to the development of the
centre or service’s policies. Co-ordinate centre or
service operations including Occupational Health and
Safety, program planning, staff training. Responsible
for the day-to-day management of the centre or
service in the temporary absence of the Director and
for management and compliance with licensing and all
statutory and quality assurance issues. Generally
supervise all employees within the service.
Level 6A: This is an employee who has not obtained
the qualification required for a Level 6 employee who
performs the same duties as a Level 6 employee.
Level 6—Director: A Director is an employee who
holds a relevant Degree or a 3 or 4 year Early
Childhood Education qualification, or an AQF
Advanced Diploma, or a Diploma in Children’s
Services, or a Diploma in Out-of-Hours Care; or is
otherwise a person possessing such experience, or
holding such qualifications deemed by the employer
or the relevant legislation to be appropriate or
required for the position, and who is appointed as the
director of a service.Responsible for the overall
management and administration of the service.
Supervise the implementation of developmentally
appropriate programs for children. Recruit staff in
accordance with relevant regulations.
Maintain day-to-day accounts and handle all
administrative matters. Ensure that the centre or
service adheres to all relevant regulations and
statutory requirements. Ensure that the centre or
service meets or exceeds quality assurance
requirements. Liaise with families and outside
agencies. Formulate and evaluate annual budgets.
Liaise with management committees as appropriate.
Provide professional leadership and development to
staff. Develop and maintain policies and procedures
for the centre or service.
Director Level 1:A Director Level 1 is an employee
appointed as the Director of a service licensed for up
to 39 children or a Family Day Care service of no more
than 30 family based childcare workers and is paid at
the Level 6.1 to 6.3 salary range.
Director Level 2:A Director Level 2 is an employee
appointed as the Director of a service licensed for
between 40 and 59 children or a Family Day Care
service with between 31 and 60 family based
childcare workers and is paid at the Level 6.4 to 6.6
salary range.
Director Level 3:A Director Level 3 is an employee
appointed as the Director of a service licensed for 60
or more children or a Family Day Care service with
more 60 family based childcare workers and is paid at
the Level 6.7 to 6.9 salary range.




Qualified Co-ordinator:This is also the level for a
qualified Co-ordinator who co-ordinates and manages
a stand alone out-of-school hours care and/or
vacation care centre and has successfully completed a
post-secondary course of at least two years in Early
Childhood Studies or an equivalent qualification.
Support Worker
Level 1: Assisting a qualified cook and/or basic food
preparation and/or duties of a kitchen hand, Laundry
work, Cleaning, Gardening, Driving, Maintenance (non-
trade) Administrative duties.
Level 2: An employee at this level will possess skills,
training and experience above that of a CSSE Level 1
and below that of a CSSE level 3. An employee at this
level works under routine supervision and exercises
discretion consistent with their skills and experience.
Assisting a qualified cook and/or basic food
preparation and/or duties of a kitchen hand, Laundry
work, Cleaning, Gardening, Driving, Maintenance (non-
trade) Administrative duties.
Level 3: An employee at this level possesses an AQF
Certificate III or equivalent skills and performs work at
that level as required by the employer.
Cleaning Services Award MA000022   This industry award         Routine repair work and/or building maintenance (of
2010                    industry   covers employers            a non-trade nature) in or about the facility;ordering
                        based      throughout Australia in     and distribution of toilet and other requisites and
                                   the Contract Cleaning       cleaning materials; customer or public relations duties
                                   Services Industry and       as required; carrying out those roles expected of a
                                   their employees in the      leading hand carpet cleaning; cleaning windows on
                                   classifications listed in   the exterior of multi-storied buildings from swing
                                   Schedule                    scaffolds, boatswain’s chairs, hydraulic bucket trucks
                                   B—Classifications to the    or similar devices; operating ride-on powered
                                   exclusion of any other      machinery; operating steam cleaning and pressure
                                   modern award                washing equipment; maintaining gardens, lawns and
                                                               rockeries; trimming edges, mowing lawns, sowing,
                                                               planting, watering, weeding, spreading fertiliser,
                                                               clearing shrubs and trimming hedges; vehicular
                                                               rubbish collection and operating mobile compaction
                                                               units; and specialist computer cleaning, co-ordinating
                                                               the work with leading hands of all building cleaners;
                                                               handling routine personnel, industrial relations and
                                                               health and safety matters; and being directly involved
                                                               in the provision of on-the-job training, spot cleaning
                                                               of carpets and soft furnishings; operating hand held
                                                               powered equipment such as blowers, vacuum
                                                               cleaners and polishers; sweeping and mopping; toilet
                                                               cleaning rubbish collection; cleaning of private
                                                               residences, and the performance of domestic work
                                                               including but not limited to cleaning and washing;
                                                               telephone cleaning and germ proofing; cleaning of
                                                               glass, both internal and external;




                                                               dusting of all hard surfaces; table bussing:
                                                               undertaking tea attendant duties; collecting, servicing
                                                               and maintaining shopping and/or luggage trolleys; re-
                                                               arranging and re-organising furniture; routinely
                                                               maintaining indoor greenery (shrubs and
                                                               plants);sanitary disposal processing; and wiping and
                                                               sweeping under and around seats and table tops.
Clerks—Private Sector   MA000002   This award covers              Word processing, Stenographer, Copy typing and
Award 2010              industry   employers in the private       audio typing, reconciliation of accounts to balance,
                        based      sector throughout              incoming/outgoing cheques, , invoices, debit/credit
                                   Australia with respect to      items, payroll data, petty cash imprest system, letters
                                   their employees engaged        etc, create new files and records,
                                   wholly or principally in       spreadsheet/worksheet, graphics, accounting/payroll
                                   clerical work, including       file, following standard procedures and using existing
                                   administrative duties of       models/fields of information, Arrange routine travel
                                   a clerical nature, and to      bookings and itineraries, make appointments, Provide
                                   those employees.               general advice and information on the organisation’s
                                   However, the award does        products and services, e.g. front counter/telephone.
                                   not cover: an employer         Prepare cash payment summaries, banking report and
                                   bound by a modernised          bank statements; calculate and maintain wage and
                                   award that contains            salary records; follow credit referral procedures; apply
                                   clerical classifications; or   purchasing and inventory control requirements; post
                                   an employee excluded           journals to ledger. Provide specialised advice and
                                   from award coverage by         information on the organisation’s products and
                                   the Act. The award does        services; respond to client/public/supplier problems
                                   not cover an employer          within own functional area utilising a high degree of
                                   bound by an enterprise         interpersonal skills. Apply one or more computer
                                   award or enterprise            software packages developed for a micro personal
                                   NAPSA with respect to          computer or a central computer resource to either/or:
                                   any employee who is            create new files and records maintain computer based
                                   covered by the enterprise      records, management systems, identify and extract
                                   award or NAPSA.                information from internal and external sources, use of
                                   Without limiting the           advanced word processing/keyboard functions.
                                   generality of the              organise internal meetings on behalf of executive(s);
                                   foregoing this award does      establish and maintain reference lists/personal
                                   not cover                      contact systems for executive(s), Application
employers covered by the    of specialist terminology/processes in professional
following industry awards   offices. Prepare financial/tax schedules, calculating
with respect to             costings and/or wage and salary requirements;
employees covered by        completing personnel/payroll data for authorisation;
the awards: the Aged        reconciliation of accounts to balance, Advising
Care Award 2010; the        on/provide information on one or more of the
Banking, Finance and        following: employment conditions, workers
Insurance Award 2010;       compensation procedures and regulations,
the Black Coal Mining       superannuation entitlements, procedures and
Industry Award 2010; the    regulations. Call centre customer contact officer,
Business Equipment          providing at least one specialised service (sales and
Award 2010; the Contract    advice for products and services, complaints or fault
Call Centres Award 2010;    enquiries or data collection surveys). Call centre
the General Retail          principal customer contact specialist , provide
Industry Award 2010; the    leadership as a coach, mentor or senior staff member,
Health Professionals and    and provide guidance in the application and planning
Support Services Award      of skills, work with a high degree of autonomy with
2010; the Higher            the authority to take decisions in relation to specific
Education                   customer contact matters; and take responsibility for
Industry—General            the outcomes of customer contact and resolve
Staff—Award 2010; the       complex situations. Call centre customer contact team
Hospitality Industry        leader. Co-ordinate the work of a number of teams
(General) Award 2010;       within a call centre environment; and have a number
the Market and Social       of specialists/supervisors reporting to them. Call
Research Award 2010;        centre technical associate .Apply a significant range of
the Rail Industry Award     fundamental principles and complex techniques
2010; or the                across a wide and unpredictable variety of contexts in
Telecommunications          relation to either varied or highly specialised
Services Award 2010.        functions; contribute to the development of a broad
                            plan, budget or strategy; work with a high degree of
                            autonomy




                            and be accountable and responsible for themselves
                            and others in achieving outcomes (some supervision
                            may be required); be involved in the design,
                            installation and management of telecommunications
                            computer equipment and system development; assess
                            installation requirements; design systems; plan and
                            perform installations; and install and manage data
                            communications equipment and find faults.
Coal Export Terminals   MA000045   This industry award             Labouring; assist work crews and tradespersons;
Award 2010                         covers employers who            operate of plant and equipment (including mobile
                                   operate Coal Export             plant); maintain work on plant, equipment or
                                   Terminals in respect of         buildings; performance of general plant, stores,
                                   work by their employees         workshop, warehouse and packaging tasks; prepare
                                   in the classifications listed   and clean and cleaning equipment and materials; and
                                   in clause 13 to the             on-site catering, cleaning and security; operate and
                                   exclusion of any other          adjust all plant equipment (and associated control
                                   modern award.                   panels) utilised in coal export terminal operations;
                                                                   perform all tasks in relation to a coal export terminal
                                                                   as directed; drive or operate mobile plant and light
                                                                   vehicles such as motor vehicles, cranes and or
                                                                   machines; perform duties relating to receiving,
                                                                   tipping, stacking, crushing, blending, shovelling,
                                                                   carting, sampling and loading of coal onto and or into
                                                                   wagons, rail trucks and or hoppers and or conveyor
                                                                   belts; plan tasks, select equipment and appropriate
                                                                   procedures; quality control; staff training; perform
                                                                   duties relating to operating ship loading, reclaiming
                                                                   and stacking machines. Control room operations;
                                                                   work on machinery or equipment with complex
                                                                   mechanical, hydraulic, electrical circuitry or controls




Commercial Sales Award MA000083    This occupational award         Probationary Traveller
2010                               covers employers                Merchandiser
                                   throughout Australia with       Commercial Traveller/Advertising Sales
                                   respect to Commercial           Representative
                                   Travellers,
                                   Merchandisers and
                                   Advertising Sales
                                   Representatives and
                                   those employees unless
                                   any other modern award
                                   contains classifications
                                   that apply to such
                                   persons, in which case
                                   the other modern award
                                   prevails.
                                   Exclusions: employers
                                   and employees covered
                                   by the Clerks—Private
                                   Sector Award 2010;
                                   Contract Call Centres
                                   Award 2010; or Graphic
                                   Arts, Printing and
                                   Publishing Award 2010.
Concrete Products Award MA000056   This industry award         General labouring and cleaning duties; operate
2010                               covers employers            concrete mixing machine; operate automatic tile/ridge
                                   throughout Australia in     machine; hand make tiles, ridges, apexes and starters;
                                   the Concrete Products       pipe machine operator; make pipe specials; moulder
                                   Industry as defined in      special; pre-stressed concrete—steel stressing
                                   clause 4.5 and their        operator; Automatic block/brick machine operator;
                                   employees in the            Off-bearer operator; Operator bending, cutting and/or
                                   classifications listed in   fixing bars, rods or reinforcement working from plans;
                                   Schedule                    Exposed aggregate maker-finisher (includes control of
                                   B—Classifications.          washing off of wet concrete surfaces); Coating
                                   Exclusions: employees       machine operator; use hand trolleys and pallet trucks;
                                   who are covered by a        use and operation of pendant cranes; Operator of
                                   modern enterprise award,    concrete mixing machine; Colour mixer/applicator
                                   or an enterprise            operator; Reinforcement welding machine operator;
                                   instrument (within the      Moulder of other cement or concrete articles;
                                   meaning of the Fair Work    Repairer, and/or jointer; Renderer facing concrete
                                   (Transitional Provisions    articles with float and trowel; Mould assembler
                                   and Consequential           and/or stripper; Concrete vibrator operator; Splitter or
                                   Amendments) Act 2009        cuber operator; Hydraulic flag press operator; bend,
                                   (Cth)), or employers in     cut or fix bars, rods or reinforcement; Exposed
                                   relation to those           aggregate maker; Machine operator not elsewhere
                                   employees.                  included; inventory control; receive, dispatch,
                                                               distribute, sort, check and pack, document and record
                                                               goods, materials




                                                               and components; boiler attendant; Stacker by hand of
                                                               articles including bricks, blocks, tiles and pipes;
                                                               lubrication of production machinery equipment;
                                                               approve and pass first-off samples and maintain
                                                               quality of product; operate set up and adjust all
                                                               production machinery in a plant; perform engineering
                                                               maintenance functions; remove equipment fastenings
                                                               including use of destructive cutting equipment;
                                                               lubricate production equipment; run adjustments to
                                                               production equipment; operate all lifting equipment;
                                                               production scheduling and material handling; mobile
                                                               crane operator; fork-lift operator; front-end/overhead
                                                               loader; operate tractor using power operated
                                                               attachments; operate tractor without power operated
                                                               attachments; crane chaser; boiler attendant;
                                                               segmental paving operator; sleeper maker; central
                                                               batching plant operator; storeman.
Contract Call Centres   MA000023   This award applies          Customer Contact Trainee, Clerical and
Award 2010              industry   throughout Australia to     Administration Officer, Principal Customer Contact
                        based      employers of employees      Specialist, Principal Customer Contact Leader,
                                   in the Contract Call        Contract Call Centre Industry Technical Associate
                                   Centre Industry who are
                                   covered by the
                                   classifications in this
                                   award and to those
                                   employees. The award
                                   does not apply to: any
                                   business or part of a
                                   business which is not a
                                   business in the contract
                                   call centre industry (as
                                   defined); or any business
                                   or part of a business in
                                   which the customer
                                   contact services are
                                   carried out within that
                                   business and for that



                                   business, except in the
                                   case of a business in the
                                   contract call centre
                                   industry; or any person
                                   who is a director or
                                   manager of an employer
                                   or a person to whom such
                                   person has delegated the
                                   right to engage and
                                   terminate the
                                   employment of
                                   employees; an employee
                                   excluded from award
                                   coverage by the Act.
Corrections and      MA000110   This industry award         Supervise the behaviour and activities of prisoners.
Detention (Private              covers employers            Take part in the rehabilitation of prisoners. Monitor
Sector) Award 2010              throughout Australia in     and maintain the dynamic and static security
                                the Corrections and         requirements of a correctional centre, reporting orally
                                Detention Industry and      and in writing any unusual behaviour or occurrence,
                                their employees in the      which could result in a breach of security. Undertake
                                classifications listed in   searches and perform escort duties of prisoners both
                                clause 13—Classifications   within a correctional centre and externally when
                                to the exclusion of any     required. Reception, induction, transfer and discharge
                                other modern award.         of prisoners. Supervise and co-ordinate other
                                                            custodial staff. Demonstrated high level of
                                                            communication skills, including the ability to negotiate
                                                            and interact with people from various ethnic
                                                            backgrounds, write comprehensive reports and
                                                            correspondence, computer literacy. Above average
                                                            communication, supervisory, interpersonal and
                                                            writing skills consistent with the indicative tasks and
                                                            competencies. Supervise the behaviour and activities
                                                            of prisoners on a daily basis in accordance with a
                                                            correctional centre’s routine or structured day.
                                                            Interact with prisoners and respond to their needs
                                                            through the provision of services in an appropriate
                                                            manner in accordance with relevant legislation and
                                                            the Operating Manual. Be involved with and assist
                                                            other unit officers. Ensure prompt and appropriate
                                                            assistance to prisoners in the event of injury, illness
                                                            and emotional trauma. Knowledge of EEO, Sexual
                                                            Harassment and




                                                            Workplace Health and Safety principles and practices.
                                                            Ability to supervise staff. The primary objective of the
                                                            Court Security Officer is to ensure, on a day-to-day
                                                            basis, the security of prisoners, staff, judiciary and the
                                                            public within a court complex. Escort prisoners within
                                                            a centre to the court/s. Escort prisoners from the
                                                            centre to external venues as required.Organise for the
                                                            repair of minor damage to furniture and fittings.
                                                            On a daily basis ensure the prisoners are available for
                                                            escort to the appropriate courts at the correct time,
                                                            ensure the rosters are prepared, maximising the
                                                            staffing efficiencies. Organise external escorts when
                                                            required. An appropriate vehicle licence. Ensure the
                                                            humane and secure transportation (by road, rail and
                                                            air) of prisoners. Prisoners are received and handed
                                                            into and from their custody in accordance with
                                                            procedures concerning identification, documentation
                                                            and receipt of property and cash.
Cotton Ginning Award   MA000024    This industry award          Cotton ginning employee: cleaning of the yard and
2010                   industry    covers employers             gin, general delivery work or manual labour,
                       based       throughout Australia         operating a piece of machinery (mobile plant or gin
                                   operating Cotton             machinery) and may require external tickets or
                                   Ginneries and their          internal assessment before operating this kind of
                                   employees in the             machinery, excluding the requirement of a standard
                                   classifications listed in    driver’s license, assistant/trainee, are weighbridge
                                   clause                       operators, qualified maintenance people operating gin
                                   13—Classifications.          equipment, responsible for the operation of the gin
                                                                and may supervise and run a team of employees.


Dredging Industry Award MA000085   This industry award          Chief engineer; chief operator; first engineer; first
2010                               covers employers             operator; drilling technician; engineer; mechanical
                                   throughout Australia in      attendant; crane operator/mechanical; electrician;
                                   the Dredging Industry        driller; second operator; leading hand (reclamation);
                                   and their employees in       dredgehand; greaser; crew attendant; trailer master;
                                   the classifications within   trailer shift master; tug master W.H. Reliance or
                                   clause 14—Minimum            equivalent; electrical engineer Humber River or
                                   wages to the exclusion of    equivalent; trailer mate; tug engineer; pump operator;
                                   any other modern award.      welder; deckhand/welder; dredgehand/welder;
                                   Exclusions: The award        bosun/driller; launch driver; deckhand/driller; bosom;
                                   does not cover employers     cook; able seaman; firefighter; motorman.
                                   covered by the Coal
                                   Export Terminals Award
                                   2010; Marine Towage
                                   Award 2010; Maritime
                                   Offshore Oil and Gas
                                   Award 2010; Ports,
                                   Harbours and Enclosed
                                   Water Vessels Award
                                   2010; Port Authorities
                                   Award 2010; Seagoing
                                   Industry Award 2010; or
                                   Stevedoring




                                   Industry Award 2010 with
                                   respect to any employee
                                   covered by that award.
                                   Also, this award does not
                                   cover maintenance
                                   contractors covered by
                                   the Manufacturing and
                                   Associated Industries and
                                   Occupations Award 2010.
Dry Cleaning and       MA000096    This industry award         A wet cleaner; a steam air finisher; an examiner of
Laundry Industry Award             covers employers            garments; an assembler of garments; or a sorter of
2010                               throughout Australia in     garments, a repairer (other than a tailor or tailoress);
                                   the Dry Cleaning and        a spotter presser (off-set press); a hand ironer
                                   Laundry industry and        receiver and/or dispatcher; a presser;a receiver and
                                   their employees in the      dispatcher in charge (namely a person in charge of a
                                   classifications listed in   depot and responsible for the keeping of records and
                                   Schedule B—Dry Cleaning     responsible for cash); or a cleaner (operating dry
                                   Classifications and         cleaning machine). An invisible mender; or a tailor or
                                   Schedule C—Laundry          tailoress. Be able to identify and classify items of
                                   Classifications to the      linen/garments and associated simple tasks; be able
                                   exclusion of any other      to load and unload drying machines; and be capable
                                   modern award.               of simple keyboard operations. Perform all ironing
                                                               machine functions either manually or with the aid of
                                                               semi-automatic or automatic feeding, folding and
                                                               preparing equipment; perform all manual or machine
                                                               folding/hanging operations on linen/garments;
                                                               operate a tunnel finisher; and use a heat seal or heat
                                                               marking machine or mark linen with any other type of
                                                               machine or manually. Operate any washing, drying
                                                               and extracting equipment; and operate towel
                                                               unwinding equipment. Operate any textile pressing
                                                               machine. Manual or machine repair of garments or
                                                               linen. Patching; stud and button replacement;
                                                               hemming; darning; and seaming. Zip replacement;
                                                               pocket replacement; alterations; and making of
                                                               monograms.




Educational Services    MA000075   This industry award         Academic teachers: contribute to scholarly research
(Post-Secondary                    covers employers            and other profession related activities; lecturing;
Education) Award 2010              throughout Australia in     tutoring; perform administration activities
                                   the post-secondary          Teachers and tutor/instructors
                                   educational services        General staff in technical positions: develop new
                                   industry and their          equipment; conduct major experiments and research
                                   employees (other than       programs; set up complex or unusual equipment for
                                   trades, cleaning or         experiments or demonstrations; demonstrate use of
                                   maintenance staff)          equipment; prepare reports; manage a teaching or
                                   employed in the             research laboratory or a field station; design and
                                   classifications listed in   construct complex or unusual equipment; assist
                                   Schedule                    honours and postgraduate students with their
                                   A—Classifications—Acade     laboratory requirements; install, repair, provide and
                                   mic Teachers, Schedule      demonstrate computer services in laboratories
                                   B—Classifications—Teach     General staff in library technician positions:
                                   ers and Tutor/instructors   undertake copy cataloguing; use a range of
                                   and Schedule C—General      bibliographic databases; undertake acquisitions;
                                   Staff to the exclusion of   respond to reference inquiries; organise reader
                                   any other modern award.     education programs and more complex bibliographic
                                                               and acquisition services; provide original cataloguing
                                                               and reader education
                                                                 General staff in administrative positions: word
                                                                 processing; use programs for mathematical formulae
                                                                 and symbols; desktop publishing; web software;
                                                                 information systems; plan and set up spreadsheets or
                                                                 database applications; provide secretarial services;
                                                                 accounting transactions; produce reports; provide
                                                                 student advice; administer enrolment and course
                                                                 progression records, student fees and HECS,
                                                                 determinations, payments; organise and administer
                                                                 exams; produce reports to management; administer
                                                                 salary and payroll; provide financial, policy and
                                                                 planning advice; service a range of administrative and
                                                                 academic committees, including preparation of
                                                                 agendas, papers, minutes and correspondence;
                                                                 monitor expenditure against budget;
                                                                 General professional positions: provide counselling;
                                                                 provide documentation and assistance to computer
                                                                 users; analyse less complex user and system
                                                                 requirements.



Educational Services      MA000076   This award covers        Classroom support services: teacher aide/assistant;
(Schools) General Staff              employers in the school  integration aide/assistant; student services co-
Award 2010                           education industry       ordinator; provide assistance to teachers; assist
                                     throughout Australia and student learning; collect, prepare and distribute
                                     their employees          classroom materials; perform clerical duties;
                                     employed in the          Preschool/childcare services: childcare assistant;
                                     classifications containedoutside school hours assistant; preschool assistant;
                                     in Schedule A to the     kindergarten assistant; preschool coordinator;
                                     exclusion of any other   childcare centre director; attend to physical, social
                                     modern award.            and emotional needs of children; develop good
                                                              relations with children and families; food preparation;
                                     Exclusions: this award   cleaning; gardening; record observations of children
                                     does not apply to a      for program planning purposes; develop, implement
                                     teacher, principal or    and evaluate daily care routines;
                                     deputy principal, bursar School administration services: clerical assistant; data
                                     or business manager or entry operator; front desk or reception;
                                     the most senior          administration assistant; office supervisor; accounts
                                     administrative employee, clerk; school secretary; finance officer; school
                                     or a member of a         registrar; principal’s secretary; school development
                                     recognised religious     officer or manager; human resources officer; public
                                     teaching order engaged relations manager/director; information technology
                                     for the purpose of       manager; bursar; business
                                     religious instruction,
supervision of prayers or    manager; perform clerical and secretarial duties;
to undertake other           perform cash transactions, manage stationery stock;
religious duties of a non-   prepare payroll and other financial documents;
teaching nature.             prepare government and statutory authority returns
                             for authorisation; financial administration; apply
                             inventory and purchasing control procedures; control
                             purchase and storage; coordinate and manage
                             fundraising activities or special projects; operational
                             and strategic planning; perform information
                             technology tasks;
                             School operational services: cleaner, kitchen
                             assistant, laundry assistant, grounds/maintenance
                             assistant, retail assistant, bus driver, handyperson,
                             attendant, trades assistant; cook; security officer;
                             tradesperson; retail function co-ordinator; caretaker;
                             groundsperson; property manager; labouring;
                             gardening; horticultural duties; outdoor maintenance;
                             industrial cleaning; move furniture and equipment;
                             perform retail duties; drive school vehicles; food
                             preparation and cooking; laundry; mending linen or
                             clothing; cleaning; operate, maintain and adjust turf
                             machinery; perform patrol duties; perform carpentry,
                             plumbing or electrical services;




                             maintain sports grounds; operate canteen, uniform
                             shop, book shop; perform security duties including
                             patrols, alarm responses, emergency procedures and
                             incident reports;
                             Curriculum/resources services: library assistant,
                             laboratory assistant, technology centre assistant;
                             library technician; laboratory technician; technology
                             centre technician; careers placement officer; perform
                             library functions; maintain, control, operate and
                             demonstrate use of audio-visual equipment; maintain
                             booking and repair or replacement systems for
                             equipment; care for fauna and flora; prepare and
                             demonstrate solutions and experiments; record
                             materials using sound and photographic equipment;
                             store, handle or dispose of dangerous or toxic
                             substances; prepare cultures of bacterial, viral or
                             other substances; order supplies and materials; design
                             and demonstrate experiments and scientific
                             equipment; evaluate and select equipment and
                             supplies; produce resource materials; teach audio-
                             visual, computer or technical skills; produce, display
                             and publicise materials; plan and organise laboratory,
                             technology centre and field work; liaise with teachers
                             on curriculum matters
                                                               Boarding supervision services: boarding house
                                                               assistant; boarding house supervisor, manager or co-
                                                               ordinator; head of boarding; take care of students and
                                                               general functions of the boarding house; manage
                                                               boarding house; communicate with parents;
                                                               Wellbeing services: first aid officer; youth welfare
                                                               officer; psychologist; speech therapist; occupational
                                                               therapist; school nurse; head of school counselling;
                                                               manager of counselling services; provide support and
                                                               guidance and welfare services to students; provide
                                                               counselling or specialist health services or therapy;
                                                               provide nursing care; provide health counselling and
                                                               health education
                                                               Instructional services: instrumental music tutor,
                                                               sports coach; music tutor; trainer; choir master;
                                                               conductor; teach extra-curricula instrumental music
                                                               program; train and coach sports or sporting teams;
                                                               conduct school choir, band or musical ensemble.




Educational Services    MA000077   This award, subject to      Level 1 to 12
(Teachers) Award 2010              clauses 4.2, 4.3, 4.4 and   Duties of an employee
                                   4.5, covers employers       The duties of a teacher may include in addition to
                                   throughout Australia in     teaching, activities associated with administration,
                                   the School Education        review, development and delivery of educational
                                   Industry, Children’s        programs and co-curricular activities.
                                   Services and Early          Recognition of previous service
                                   Childhood Education         On appointment, an employee will be classified and
                                   Industry and their          placed on the appropriate level on the salary scale in
                                   employees as defined in     clause 14—Minimum salary, according to their
                                   clause 3.1 to the           qualifications and teaching experience. For the
                                   exclusion of any other      purpose of this award teaching experience does not
                                   modern award.               include employment as a teacher in a TAFE program
                                                               (unless the teacher is employed to teach a Vocational
                                                               and Educational Training (VET) program) or in an
                                                               English Language School.
                                                               Service as a part-time teacher will normally accrue on
                                                               a pro rata basis according to the percentage of a full-
                                                               time teaching load undertaken in any year; provided
                                                               that where the hours are more than 90% of a full-time
                                                               load, service will count as a full-time year.
                                                               In the case of a casual employee, the equivalent of a
                                                               full-time year of teaching service is 200 full casual
                                                               days in Australian schools.
                                                               In the case of an early childhood/preschool teacher,
                                                               the following will count as service:
                                                               eaching experience in preschools, kindergartens, multi-
                                                               purpose centres, early intervention services, long day
                                                               care centre and other similar services;
teaching experience of children from four to eight
years (or in the infants department) of a school
registered and/or accredited under the relevant
authority in each state or territory;
(i) service as a lecturer in early childhood education or
child development, as a child development officer or
equivalent; and
(ii) service as a diploma qualified childcare worker, at
the rate of one year for every three years service up to
a maximum of four years.
Evidence of qualifications
On engagement, the employer may require that the
employee provide documentary evidence of
qualifications and teaching experience. If an employer
considers that the employee has not provided
satisfactory evidence, and advises the employee in
writing to this effect, then the employer may decline
to recognise the relevant qualification or experience
until such evidence is provided. Provided that the
employer will not unreasonably refuse to recognise
the qualifications or teaching experience of an
employee.
Where an employee has completed further teaching
experience with another employer (for example
during unpaid leave) or additional qualifications after
commencement of employment they will be entitled
to be classified accordingly and back paid from the
date of completion of the experience or qualifications,
provided the employee provided satisfactory evidence
to the employer within three months of completion.
In all other cases the employee




will be classified and paid from the date satisfactory
evidence is provided.
An employee who is three year trained will commence
on Level 1 of the salary scale in clause 14—Minimum
salary and progress according to normal years of
service to Level 12 of the scale.
An employee who is four year trained will commence
on Level 3 of the salary scale in clause 14 and progress
according to normal years of service to Level 12.
An employee who is five year trained will commence
on Level 4 of the salary scale in clause 14 and progress
according to normal years of service to Level 12 of the
scale.
All other teachers and two year trained teachers as
defined in clause 3.1 will commence on Level 1 of the
salary scale in clause 14 and progress according to
normal years of service to a maximum of Level 5.
Electrical Power Industry MA000088   This industry award      Technical stream: plant operator; power worker;
Award 2010                           covers employers         operate plant and equipment; trades assistant; store
                                     throughout Australia in  person; labourer; tradesperson; lines/cable person;
                                     the Electrical Power     live line glove and barrier; designer; engineering
                                     Industry and their       officer; supervisor; design distribution and/or
                                     employees in the         transmission systems; protection, metering,
                                     classifications listed incommunications and generation technician; technical
                                     clause 16—Classificationsofficer; senior technician; work group supervisor;
                                     and Schedule             senior engineering officer; principal technical officer
                                     A—Classification         Administrative stream: meter reader; office assistant;
                                     Descriptions to the      receptionist; administrative officer; perform
                                     exclusion of any other   administrative or financial tasks; customer service
                                     modern award.            officer; operate in call centre environment;
                                                              administrative officer; purchasing/procurement
                                     Exclusions: an employee officer; human resources officer/adviser;
                                     excluded from award      payroll/accounts officer; finance officer; team leader
                                     coverage by the Act; an Professional/managerial/specialist stream: direct,
                                     employer bound by an a coordinate and supervise staff; policy and procedure
                                     modern enterprise award, development; manage staff; team leader; give
                                     or an enterprise         technicaladvice; Operations stream: mine operator;
                                                              dredge driver;



                                     instrument (within the       ancillary plant operator; system control room
                                     meaning of the Fair Work    operator/system operator; fault analysis officer; plant
                                     (Transitional Provisions    controller/control room operator; power station plant
                                     and Consequential           operator; mine shift manager; power station plant
                                     Amendments) Act 2009        controller; system/network controller; power station
                                     (Cth)), or employers in     shift manager; operate and maintain mining
                                     relation to those           equipment and large machinery; operate large earth
                                     employees; or a             moving and coal digging machinery in an open cut
                                     contractor who is covered   mine; operate plant/network/distribution systems;
                                     by the Electrical,          operate unitised power plant; supervise staff.
                                     Electronic and
                                     Communications
                                     Contracting Award 2010,
                                     the Building and
                                     Construction General On-
                                     site Award 2010 or the
                                     Mobile Crane Hiring
                                     Award 2010 and the
                                     employees of that
                                     contractor.
Electrical, Electronic and MA000025   This industry award           Labourer not otherwise provided for in this award,
Communications                        covers employers              who is doing labouring work and employed as such.
Contracting Award 2010                throughout Australia in       Tradespersons assistant, cut to specified
                                      the industry of Electrical    lengths—ducting, unistrut, conduit and other cable
                                      Services provided by          and support systems; paint cable trays, ducts and
                                      electrical, electronics and   conduits; chase walls as marked by a tradesperson; an
                                      communications                employee who is engaged in the clearance of
                                      contractors and their         vegetation in the vicinity of overhead power
                                      employees in the              distribution lines. Lines assistant; Cable jointers
                                      classifications within        mate/assistant; and Line clearance operator.
                                      Schedule                      Storeman; required to drive or operate the
                                      B—Classification              employer’s vehicles, machinery, plant or equipment
                                      Definitions to the            incidental to the employee’s primary task or
                                      exclusion of any other        functions; inspects and tests fire alarm or security
                                      modern award. Without         alarm equipment; or installs radio, communications
                                      limiting the generality of    and related equipment including antenna; or installs
                                      that exclusion, the award     fire alarm, security alarm equipment; installs data and
                                      does not cover:               communication cabling. Scaffolding or rigging;
                                      employers who are             directly in charge of an electrical store and responsible
                                      manufacturers or vendors      for materials, ordering and purchasing, alarm/security
                                      of plant or equipment in      tester grade 2 , Restricted B class licensed electrical
                                      high or low tension           worker, purchasing clerk/store person. Electrical
                                      power stations; and/or        tradesperson level 1; Electronic/communications
                                      substations for the           serviceperson level 1; Instrument tradesperson level
                                      generation and/or             1; Refrigeration/air-conditioning tradesperson level 1;
                                      transmission of electric      Linesperson/cable jointer level 1; and Electrical
                                      power in respect of the       tradesperson powerline level 1 (SA only). Definitions
                                      manufacturing section         applying to this grade of




                                      of the business or their      worker prior to 5 October 1990: Cable jointer;
                                      employees engaged in          Electrical mechanic; Electrical fitter; Linesman
                                      that section; or              tradesperson; Alarm security tester; Alarm security
                                      employers operating a         technician; Electronic serviceperson;
                                      business, the primary         Television/radio/electronic serviceperson; Appliance
                                      purpose of which is the       serviceperson; and Refrigeration mechanic or
                                      manufacture and/or            serviceperson class 1. the work of: Instrument
                                      vending of plant and          tradesperson; Refrigeration/air-conditioning
                                      equipment in respect of       tradesperson; Linesperson/cable jointer; and Electrical
                                      those parts or divisions of   tradesperson powerline (SA only).
                                      the business which
                                      predominantly engage in
                                      the manufacture and/or
                                      vending of plant and
                                      equipment or the
                                      installation, assembly,
                                      refurbishment and
                                      maintenance of that plant
                                      and equipment or their
                                      employees engaged in
                                      that part or division.
Fast Food Industry       MA000003   This industry award             Fast Food Employee engaged in the preparation, the
Award 2010                          covers employers                receipt of orders, cooking, sale, serving or delivery of
                                    throughout Australia in         meals, snacks and/or beverages which are sold to the
                                    the Fast Food Industry          public primarily to take away or in food courts in
                                    and their employees in          shopping centres. Responsibility on a day to day basis
                                    the classifications listed in   for supervising Fast Food employees Level 1 and/or
                                    clause 17 to the exclusion      training new employees or an employee required to
                                    of any other modern             exercise trade skills.
                                    award. The award does           An employee appointed by the employer to be in
                                    not cover employers in          charge of a shop, food outlet, or delivery outlet.
                                    the following industries:
                                    the hospitality industry;
                                    or the general retail
                                    industry




Fire Fighting Industry   MA000111   For the purposes of this Recruit. Firefighter Levels 1 to. Station Officer. Senior
Award 2010                          award the Fire Fighting     Station Officer. Fire Service Communications
                                    Industry means: the         Controller.
                                    suppressing and
                                    extinguishing of fires; the
                                    provision of rescue
                                    services (other than by
                                    police, ambulance, a
                                    State Emergency Service
                                    or the military) at the
                                    scene of accidents,
                                    explosions or other
                                    emergencies; the
                                    handling of spillages of
                                    toxic or hazardous
                                    materials in emergency
                                    situations (other than in a
                                    marine environment or
                                    by an employer in
                                    relation



                                    to its own property,
                                    premises or products);
                                    and the prevention of
                                    fires and the sale, supply,
                                    installation, maintenance,
                                    repair and/or inspection
                                    of fire protection
                                    equipment other than
                                    fixed or semi-fixed fire
                                    protection systems by an
                                    employer otherwise in
                                    the fire fighting industry.
Fitness Industry Award   MA000094   This industry award         General counter duties including reception, taking
2010                                covers employers            bookings, members and membership enquiries, sale
                                    throughout Australia        of products, activities organising and customer liaison;
                                    engaged in the Fitness      tidying/cleaning of immediate work area; undertaking
                                    Industry and their          structured training/learning in the following areas:
                                    employees in the            clerical assistant duties including switchboard
                                    classifications in this     operation, reception, information services, taking
                                    award to the exclusion of   bookings; providing general assistance to employees
                                    any other modern award.     of a higher grade, not including cooking or direct
                                                                service to customers; cleaning, tidying and setting up
                                                                of kitchen, food preparation and customer service
                                                                areas, including cleaning of equipment, crockery and
                                                                general utensils; assembly and preparation of
                                                                ingredients for cooking; handling pantry items and
                                                                linen; setting and/or wiping down tables, removing
                                                                food plates, emptying ashtrays and picking up glasses;
                                                                general cleaning, gardening and labouring tasks; door
                                                                duties, attending a cloakroom or car park not
                                                                involving the handling of attending to equipment and




                                                                displays, receipt of monies and giving change,
                                                                including operation of cash registers, use of electronic
                                                                swipe input devices; laundry and/or cleaning duties
                                                                involving the use of cleaning equipment and/or
                                                                chemicals; maintaining general presentation of
                                                                grounds; door duties, attending a cloak room or car
                                                                park; serving from a snack bar, buffet or meal counter;
                                                                supplying, dispensing or mixing of liquor, including
                                                                cleaning of bar area and equipment, preparing the bar
                                                                for service, taking orders and serving drinks; non-cook
                                                                duties in a kitchen; beginner swimming and water
                                                                safety teacher, coaching beginner swimmers.



Food, Beverage and       MA000073   This industry award       Level 1 to 6. General duties of manual nature;
Tobacco Manufacturing               covers employers          specialised work; training.
Award 2010                          throughout Australia in
                                    the Food, Beverage and
                                    Tobacco Manufacturing
                                    Industry and their
                                    employees in the
                                    classifications in this
                                    award to the exclusion of
                                    any other modern award.
                                    Exclusions: employers or
                                    employees covered by:
                                    the Clerks—Private Sector
                                    Award 2010; the Fast
                                    Food Industry Award
                                    2010; the General Retail
                                    Industry Award 2010; the
                                    Horticulture Award 2010;
                                    the Hospitality
                              Industry (General) Award
                              2010; the Manufacturing
                              and Associated Industries
                              and Occupations Award
                              2010; the Meat Industry
                              Award 2010; the Poultry
                              Processing Award 2010;
                              the Seafood Processing
                              Award 2010; or the Wine
                              Industry Award 2010




Funeral Industry   MA000105   This industry award         Coffin draper, coffin staining, including puttying, filling
                              covers employers            and sanding or buffing by mechanical means or
                              throughout Australia in     operating a spray gun, applying stains, fillers and/or
                              the Funeral Industry and    undercoats, operates a wood working machine,
                              their employees in the      polishing, employed on the operations of a spray
                              classifications listed in   hand; required to grind cutters, sharpen knives and
                              Schedule                    set knives or blades and set up and make necessary
                              B—Classification            adjustments to such machinery; engaged in and
                              Structure and Definitions   capable of performing all functions in the making of
                              to the exclusion of any     coffins.Embalmer qualified—An adult employee who
                              other modern award.         is eligible for membership of the Australian Institute of
                                                          Embalming and/or such other equivalent institute and
                                                          is qualified to carry out tasks such as reconstructive
                                                          artistry, cosmetic enhancements and embalming of
                                                          bodies for funerals and transhipment within Australia
                                                          and internationally.
Gardening and          MA000101    This industry award          general labouring and cleaning duties, trade works
Landscaping Services               covers employers             and routine landscape tasks, undertakes general
Award 2010                         throughout Australia in      gardening/landscaping duties, uses, and performs
                                   the gardening and            routine maintenance on, gardening tools and
                                   landscaping services         equipment, plant and lawn maintenance and
                                   industry and their           development, tree and shrub identification and the
                                   employees in the             use and care of lawn mowers, edging machines and
                                   classifications listed in    rotary hoes, maintenance and/or development of
                                   Schedule                     suburban areas, parks, gardens and specialised
                                   B—Classification             horticultural construction work.
                                   Structure to the exclusion
                                   of any other modern
                                   award.




Gas Industry Award 2010 MA000061   This industry award          Administration duties; reception; general hand;
                                   covers employers             general hand pipelines; work with gas transmission
                                   throughout Australia in      and distribution; plant maintenance employee;
                                   the Gas Industry and         operate residential type gardening equipment; meter
                                   their employees in the       reader; meter repairer; dismantle and rebuild simple
                                   classifications listed in    gas meters; use testing equipment to calibrate
                                   clause 13—Classifications    repaired gas meters; storekeeper; work with
                                   to the exclusion of any      warehouse operations; mains layer assistant; work
                                   other modern award           with laying of mains; coordinate team or staff; apply
                                                                knowledge of gas industry codes and regulations;
                                                                overdue account collector; collect outstanding
                                                                payment from customers; leak survey technician;
                                                                perform gas metering, pressure regulation, reading,
                                                                adjustment and routine servicing of instruments;
                                                                locate gas leakages; service and repair large gas
                                                                meters used for industry and gas pressure controlling
                                                                regulators; main layer grader; lay mains;
                                                                serviceperson; service gas infrastructure; perform
                                                                administration, financial, logistical and associated
                                                                duties; service infrastructure; use mechanical
                                                                engineering; apply diagnostic activities in problem
                                                                solving and trouble shooting; team leader; gas
                                                                installer; assign work and supervise employees
General Retail Industry   MA000004   This industry award          Shop Assistant, Clerical Assistant, Check-out
Award 2010                           covers employers             Operator, Store Worker, Reserve Stock Hand, Driver,
                                     throughout Australia in      Boot/Shoe Repairer (Not Qualified), Window Dresser
                                     the General Retail           (Not Qualified), LPO, Photographic Employee, Store
                                     Industry and their           Greeter, Assembler, Ticket Writer (Not Qualified),
                                     employees in the             Trolley Collector, Video Hire Worker, Telephone Order
                                     classifications listed in    Salesperson, Door-to-door Salesperson, and,
                                     clause 16 to the exclusion   Demonstrator and/or Merchandiser not elsewhere
                                     of any other modern          classified (including a Demonstrator and/or
                                     award. The award does        Merchandiser who is not a direct employee of the
                                     not cover employers in       retailer). Reception/switchboard, recording, matching,
                                     the following industries:    checking and batching of accounts, invoices, orders,
                                     Fast Food Industry; Meat     store requisitions ,Forklift Operator, Ride on
                                     Retailing Industry; Hair     Equipment Operator, Machine operators, 2IC to Dept
                                     and Beauty Industry; or      Manager, Senior Salesperson, Corsetiere, Driver
                                     Pharmacy Industry.           Selling Stock, Cook (Not Qualified) in a cafeteria,
                                                                  Senior LPO, including an armed LPO, LPO Supervisor,
                                                                  Management of a defined section/department, Stock
                                                                  control, Buying/ordering requiring the exercise of
                                                                  discretion as to price, quantity, quality etc., Butcher,
                                                                  Baker, Pastry Cook, Florist, A Qualified Auto Parts and
                                                                  Accessories Salesperson, A Window Dresser (Cert III or
                                                                  equivalent experience), A Boot / Shoe Repairer (Cert
                                                                  III), A Shiftwork Supervisor, Service Supervisor of up to
                                                                  15 employees, Clerk, Bookeeper, Accounts clerk,
                                                                  Typist, Data Entry Operator, Customer Service Officer,




                                                                  Manager/Duty Manager in a shop without
                                                                  Departments/Sections (may be under direction of
                                                                  person not exclusively involved in shop management)
                                                                  Visual Merchandiser (diploma),
Graphic Arts, Printing   MA000026   This industry and           Machine operator, housekeeping and routine
and Publishing Award                occupational award          maintenance cleaning, laminating, printing, inventory
2010                                covers employers            and store/warehouse control including licensed
                                    throughout Australia in     operation of all appropriate materials handling
                                    the                         equipment; use of tools and equipment within the
                                    graphic arts, printing,     warehouse; basic non-trades maintenance; visual
                                    publishing and              display unit operation; operating computer controlled
                                    associated industries and   systems using intermediate keyboard skills as it
                                    occupations and their       relates to their work area; pre press , press and post
                                    employees in the            press procedures, formatting complex documents
                                    classifications listed in   including technical data, technical language, tables,
                                    clause 17—Wage rates        graphics, design variable type face; producing
                                    and classification          documents , undertaking basic art, forward planning
                                    structure and Schedule      materials and equipment for next job; undertaking
                                    A—Classification            maintenance procedures to the level of their training
                                    Definitions to the          and skill including lubrication, elementary diagnosis of
                                    exclusion of any other      faults, routine adjustments and assisting with the
                                    modern award.               replacement of parts and equipment; applying
                                                                knowledge of desk-top publishing to integrate
                                                                complex documents; undertaking routine and
                                                                preventive maintenance to the level of their training
                                                                and accredited skill; removing and replacing
                                                                assemblies/subassemblies to carry out cleaning and
                                                                inspection of parts; exercising high precision trade
                                                                skills; exercising intermediate Computer-aided Design
                                                                and Computer-aided manufacturing (CAD/CAM) skills
                                                                in the performance of routine




                                                                modifications to programs; creating or producing
                                                                original design roughs or finished artwork from
                                                                employer or clients’ instructions, either manually or
                                                                by computer; liaising and advising internal customers
                                                                and employees outside the work team; operating
                                                                and/or co-ordinating a group of computers such as a
                                                                small multi-user system or a large group of personal
                                                                computers which may include operating a helpdesk;
                                                                Multimedia design, Screen printing, Ink production.
Hair and Beauty Industry MA000005   This award covers            Hair and Beauty Employee Level 1 means: a
Award 2010                          employers throughout         receptionist or salon assistant.
                                    Australia in the hair and    Hair and Beauty Employee Level 2 means: a make-up
                                    beauty industry and their    artist who holds a Certificate II in make-up services (or
                                    employees in the             equivalent); a nail technician who holds a Certificate II
                                    classifications listed in    in Nail Technology (or equivalent); or an unqualified
                                    clause 17 to the exclusion   beautician or cosmetologist.
                                    of any other modern          Hair and Beauty Employee Level 3 means: a
                                    award. The award does        beautician who holds a Certificate III in Beauty
                                    not cover employees who      Services (or equivalent); or a hairdresser who holds a
                                    perform hair and beauty      Certificate III in Hairdressing (or equivalent).
                                    work in the general          Hair and Beauty Employee Level 4 means: Beauty
                                    retailing, theatrical,       Therapist who holds a Certificate IV in Beauty Therapy
                                    amusement and                (or equivalent).
                                    entertainment industries.    Hair and Beauty Employee Level 5 means: a
                                                                 Hairdresser who holds a Certificate IV (or equivalent);
                                                                 or a Trichologist who is a hairdresser and holds a
                                                                 Certificate IV in Trichology (or equivalent).
                                                                 Hair and Beauty Employee Level 6 means: a beauty
                                                                 therapist who holds a Diploma in Beauty Therapy (or
                                                                 equivalent).
Health Professionals and MA000027   This industry and              Assistant gardener, Car park attendant, Cleaner,
Support Services Award              occupational award             General clerk, Hospital orderly, Incinerator operator,
2010                                covers:                        Laundry hand, Seams person, Food and domestic
                                    employers throughout           services assistant, Animal house attendant, CSSD
                                    Australia in the health        attendant, Darkroom processor, Dental assistant
                                    industry and their             (unqualified), Laboratory assistant, Medical imaging
                                    employees in the               support, Orthotic technician, Recording attendant
                                    classifications listed in      (including EEG & ECG), Social work/Welfare aide,
                                    clauses 14—Minimum             Theatre attendant, Driver, Gardener, General
                                    weekly wages for support       clerk/Typist, Housekeeper,
                                    service employees and          Maintenance/Handyperson (unqualified), Store
                                    15—Minimum weekly              person, Diet cook (a person responsible for the
                                    wages for health               conduct of a diet kitchen, an unqualified (non-trade)
                                    professional employees         cook employed as a sole cook in a kitchen, Instrument
                                    to the exclusion of any        technician, Personal care worker, Driver (less than 3
                                    other modern award.            tonne) who is required to hold a St John Ambulance
                                    employers engaging a           first aid certificate, Receptionist, Food monitor (an
                                    health professional            employee whose primary function is to liaise with
                                    employee falling within        patients and staff to obtain appropriate meal
                                    the classification listed in   requirements of patients, and to tally and collate the
                                    clause 15.                     overall results), Instrument technician, Laboratory
                                                                   assistant, Theatre technician, Clerk (ward, casualty,
                                                                   medical records etc.), Driver (3 tonne and over),




                                                                   Gardener (trade), Medical imaging administration,
                                                                   Printer (trade), Security officer Trade Cook, Dental
                                                                   assistant (qualified), Dental technician, Orthotic
                                                                   technician, Pathology collector, Pathology technician,
                                                                   Interpreter (unqualified), Medical audio typist,
                                                                   Medical stenographer, Secretary, Dental assistant,
                                                                   Pathology collector, Pharmacy technician Anaesthetic
                                                                   Technician, Computer clerk (advanced, Pay clerk
                                                                   (advanced), Library technician, Printer (advanced),
                                                                   Chef, Food Services Supervisor, Technical and therapy
                                                                   supervisor, Gardener superintendent, General clerical
                                                                   supervisor, General services supervisor, Interpreter
                                                                   (qualified), Acupuncturist , Aroma therapist , Art
                                                                   Therapist, Audiologist, Biomedical Engineer,
                                                                   Biomedical Technologist, Cardiac Technologist Health
                                                                   Information Manager, Child Psychotherapist,
                                                                   Chiropractor, Client Advisor/Rehabilitation Consultant,
                                                                   Clinical Perfusionist, Community Development
                                                                   Worker, Counsellor, Dental Therapist, Dental
                                                                   Hygienist, Dietician, Diversional Therapist , Exercise
                                                                   Physiologist, Genetics Counsellor, Homoeopathist,
                                                                   Masseur, Remedial , Medical Imaging Technologist
                                                                   (MIT), Including: Medical Radiographer,
                                                                   Ultrasonographer; Magnetic Resonance Imaging
                                                                   Technologist; Nuclear Medicine Technologist; and
                                                                   Radiation Therapist), Medical Laboratory Technician,
                                                                   Medical Librarian , medical, Photographer/Illustrator,
                                                                   Medical Record Administrator.
Higher Education      MA000006   This industry award         Academic instruction including Teaching staff,
Industry—Academic                covers employers            Lecturer, Research, Policy Development
Staff—Award 2010                 throughout Australia in
                                 the higher education
                                 industry as defined and
                                 their academic staff in the
                                 classifications listed in
                                 clause 18 to the exclusion
                                 of any other modern
                                 award.


Higher Education      MA000007   This industry award          Cleaner, labourer, furniture mover, trades assistant,
Industry—General                 covers employers             administrative assistant, Security patrol personnel,
Staff—Award 2010                 throughout Australia in      tradesperson, technical assistant, technical officer,
                                 the higher education         library technician, librarian, library officer, line
                                 industry as defined and      manager, senior manager, technical specialist,
                                 their employees engaged      computer servicing, computer installation, laboratory
                                 as general staff in the      set up, financial planner, counsellor, faculty
                                 classifications listed in    administrator.
                                 clause 15 in this award to
                                 the exclusion of any other
                                 modern award.



Horse and Greyhound   MA000008   This industry award          Stablehand, track rider, trsining assistant, trainer,
Training Award 2010              covers employer              foreman, general labouring, cleaning, minor
                                 throughout Australia in      maintenance, ordering supplies, receiving deliveries,
                                 the Horse and                basic clerical work.
                                 Greyhound Training
                                 Industry and their
                                 employees in the
                                 classifications listed in
                                 clause 13 to the exclusion
                                 of any other modern
                                 award.
Horticulture Award 2010 MA000028   This industry award             General labouring duties; fruit or vegetable picking,
                                   covers employers                thinning or pruning; operating small towing tractor
                                   throughout Australia in         engaged in transfer of produce bins and other
                                   the Horticulture Industry       containers during harvest; performing a range of
                                   and their employees in          housekeeping tasks in premises and grounds; sorting,
                                   the classifications listed in   packing or grading of produce; set up and operation of
                                   Schedule                        production and/or packaging or picking equipment,
                                   A—Classification                labelling and/or consumer picking equipment;
                                   Structure and Definitions,      repetition work on automatic, semi-automatic or
                                   to the exclusion of any         single purpose machines or equipment;
                                   other modern award.             assembling/dismantling components using basic
                                                                   written, spoken and/or diagrammatic instructions in
                                                                   an assembly environment; irrigation, spraying or
                                                                   pruning; maintaining simple records; using hand
                                                                   trolleys, pallet trucks or other mechanical or power
                                                                   driven lifting or handling devices not requiring a
                                                                   licence; operating tractors with engine capacity of up
                                                                   to 70 kW; general and routine product testing; driving
                                                                   motor lorries or mechanical harvesters or forklifts;
                                                                   operating tractors with engine capacity of over 70 kW;
                                                                   minor maintenance of plant; irrigation, spraying,
                                                                   pruning; using precision measuring instruments;
                                                                   machine setting, loading and operation; inventory and
                                                                   store control;




                                                                   licensed operation of all appropriate materials
                                                                   handling equipment; basic engineering and fault
                                                                   handling; basic non-trades maintenance involving the
                                                                   use of tools and equipment within the scope of this
                                                                   award; licensed and certified to operate forklifts,
                                                                   engine driving and crane driving operation;
                                                                   furnace/boiler; inspecting products and/or materials
                                                                   for conformity with established operational standards
                                                                   and approves/passes first off samples; operating,
                                                                   setting up and adjusting maintenance functions
                                                                   including (but not limited to): removing equipment
                                                                   fastenings including use of destructive cutting
                                                                   equipment; running adjustments to production
                                                                   equipment; operating all lifting equipment; basic
                                                                   production scheduling and materials handling within
                                                                   the scope of production process or directly related
                                                                   functions.
Hospitality Industry   MA000009   This industry award           Food and beverage attendant, picking up glasses;
(General) Award 2010              covers employers              emptying ashtrays; general assistance to food and
                                  throughout Australia in       beverage attendants of a higher grade not including
                                  the Hospitality Industry      service to customers; removing food plates; setting
                                  and their employees in        and/or wiping down tables; and cleaning and tidying
                                  the classifications within    of associated areas; supplying, dispensing or mixing of
                                  Schedule A to the             liquor including the sale of liquor from the bottle
                                  exclusion of any other        department; assisting in the cellar or bottle
                                  modern award.                 department; undertaking general waiting duties of
                                  The award does not cover      both food and/or beverage including cleaning of
                                  employers in the              tables;; attending a snack bar; and engaged on
                                  following industries:         delivery duties; supplying, dispensing or mixing of
                                  Clubs registered or           liquor including the sale of liquor from the bottle
                                  recognised under State or     department; undertaking general waiting duties of
                                  Territory legislation;        both food and liquor including cleaning of tables;
                                  Boarding schools;             receipt and dispensing of monies; assembling and
                                  Residential colleges;         preparing ingredients for cooking; and general pantry
                                  Hospitals; Industrial         duties; attending a wagering (e.g. TAB) terminal,
                                  schools; Orphanages;          electronic gaming terminal or similar terminal; full
                                  Any council, county           control of a cellar or liquor store (including the
                                  council, municipal            receipt, delivery and recording of goods within such
                                  council, shire, shire         an area); mixing a range of sophisticated drinks; taking
                                  council or local              reservations, greeting and seating guests; and Food
                                  government body as            and beverage supervisor; stock control for a bar or
                                  defined by the Local          series of bars; kitchen attendant; general cleaning
                                  Government Act 1993           duties within a kitchen or food preparation area and
                                  (NSW); the Local              scullery, including the cleaning of cooking and general
                                  Government Act 1989           utensils used in a kitchen and restaurant; cook, chef,
                                  (Vic); the Local              Guest service, laundry and/or linen duties which may
                                  Government Act 1993           include minor repairs to linen or clothing such as
                                  (Qld); the City of Brisbane   buttons,
                                  Act 1924
(Qld), the Local                zips, seams and working with flat materials; the
Government Act 1995             collection and delivery of guests’ personal dry
(WA); the Local                 cleaning and laundry, linen and associated materials
Government Act 1999             to and from accommodation areas; performs general
(SA); the Local                 cleaning duties; and parking guests’ cars; servicing
Government Act 1993             accommodation areas and cleaning thereof; receiving
(Tas); and the Local            and assisting guests at the entrance to the
Government Act 2008             establishment; driving a passenger vehicle or courtesy
(NT); Off-shore island          bus; transferring guests’ baggage to and from rooms;
resorts; Theme parks; In-       assisting in the dry cleaning process; cleaning duties
flight catering for airlines;   using specialised equipment and chemicals; and
Contract cleaning               providing butler services such as food, beverage and
undertaken by companies         personalised guest service. major repair of linen
not operating exclusively       and/or clothing including basic tailoring and major
in the hospitality industry;    alterations and refitting; and dry cleaning. Guest
Catering services               service; night auditing, telephonist, receptionist,
provided by aged care           cashier, information services or reservations. clerical
employers (except where         and routine office duties such as collating, filing,
these services are              photocopying and delivering messages; typing, filing,
provided by a hospitality       basic data entry and calculating functions; operates
industry employer for or        adding machines, switchboard, paging system, telex
within an aged care             machine, typewriter or calculator; Computer
facility); Contract             operation; Filing; sorts, processes and records original
security, contract              source financial documents (e.g. invoices, cheques,
gardening or contract           correspondence) on a daily basis; maintains and
maintenance provided by         records petty cash; prepares bank deposits and
an external provider,           withdrawals and does banking; arranges travel
whose primary business          bookings and itineraries, makes appointments,
falls outside the               screens telephone calls, uses and maintains a
hospitality operation; and




Businesses primarily            computer-based record management system to
concerned with the sale         identify, access and extract information from internal
of petroleum or mixed           sources; maintains circulation, indexing and filing
functions involving the         systems for publications, reviews files, closes files,
sale of petroleum.              archives files; and maintains financial records and
                                journals, collects and prepares time and wage records;
                                prepares accounts queries from debtors; posts
                                transactions to ledger. Doorperson/security officer
                                means a person who assists in maintenance of dress
                                standards and good order at an establishment,
                                security of keys, for the checking in and out of delivery
                                Leisure attendant means a person who acts as an
                                assistant instructor, pool attendant and/or can be
                                responsible for the setting up, distribution and care of
                                equipment and the taking of bookings, a person who
                                has the appropriate level of training and takes classes
                                and/or directs leisure activities such as sporting areas,
                                health clubs and swimming pools, store person, stores
                                receiving, operating mechanical lifting equipment,
                                store supervisor, handyperson, forklift driver,
                                Manager, Gaming employee, casino employee, card
                                dealer, counting of change and associated change
                                booth duties; sale and redemption of electronic
                                gaming tickets.
Hydrocarbons Field      MA000064   This award covers               Trainee mudlogger; competent mudlogger; senior
Geologists Award 2010              employers of Field              mudlogger; data engineer; perform
                                   Geologists throughout           mudlogging/formation evaluation duties; perform
                                   Australia and in the            scientific tasks associated with the evaluation of
                                   adjacent areas as defined       geological formations; plan and conduct scientific
                                   in the Petroleum                formation evaluation work; plan and supervise work
                                   (Submerged Lands) Act           of mudloggers; evaluate pore pressure; prepare
                                   1967 (Cth) and their            reports.
                                   employees in the
                                   classifications listed in
                                   Schedule
                                   A—Classifications to the
                                   exclusion of any other
                                   modern award.


Hydrocarbons Industry   MA000062   This industry award             Hydrocarbons Industry Services Employees: clerical
(Upstream) Award 2010              covers employers                and administrative duties; labouring; assist drilling and
                                   throughout Australia who        processing employees, and tradespersons; rigging,
                                   are engaged in the              scaffolding; cargo-handling, operate plant and
                                   Hydrocarbons industry in        equipment; perform maintenance work on plant,
                                   respect of work by their        equipment or buildings; perform general plant, stores
                                   employees engaged in            and materials, workshop, warehouse and packaging
                                   the classifications listed in   tasks; perform first aid; prepare and clean equipment
                                   this award, to the              and materials; and on site catering, accommodation,
                                   exclusion of any other          cleaning and security.
                                   modern award.                   Hydrocarbons Industry Onshore Drilling Employees:
                                                                   onshore hydrocarbons activities (including any
                                                                   activities under the industry services stream, including
                                                                   labouring, sampling, drilling, processing, production
                                                                   and delivery activities); operate and maintain onshore
                                                                   hydrocarbons plant and equipment (including pumps,
                                                                   drilling equipment; derricks and forklifts); prepare
                                                                   tubing and piping; erect and dismantle drilling rigs;
                                                                   and minor engine maintenance.
                                                                   Hydrocarbons Industry Offshore Drilling Employees:
                                                                   perform offshore hydrocarbons activities (including
                                                                   any activities under the industry services stream,
                                                                   including labouring, sampling, drilling, processing,
                                                                   production and delivery activities); operate and
                                                                   maintain offshore hydrocarbons plant and equipment
                                                                   (including pumps, drilling equipment, derricks,
                                                                   forklifts and rig deck cranes); prepare tubing and
                                                                   piping; erect and dismantle drilling rigs; and minor
                                                                   engine maintenance.
Hydrocarbons Industry Operations and Processing
Employees: operate and adjust all hydrocarbons plant
equipment (and associated control panels) utilised in
hydrocarbons industry extraction, separation,
production and processing, piping, storage,
distribution and delivery; maintain plant productivity;
laboratory technicians providing services on such
plant.
Hydrocarbons Industry Modification and Maintenance
Trades Employees: perform all tasks onshore or
offshore
Work on machinery or equipment with complex
mechanical, hydraulic, electrical circuitry or controls
Joinery and Building   MA000029   This award covers           general labouring and cleaning duties; General hand;
Trades Award 2010                 employers throughout        Factory hand.; repetitive fixing of pre-made
                                  Australia of employees in   components or parts of any article in predetermined
                                  the Joinery and Building    ways, using basic written, spoken and/or
                                  Trades Industries and       diagrammatic instructions; repetition work on
                                  Occupations who are         automatic, semi automatic or single purpose machines
                                  covered by the              or equipment; use of selected hand tools and hand
                                  classifications in this     operated power tools; maintenance of simple
                                  award and those             records; production of standard components and
                                  employees. However, this    operation of machinery and equipment receipt,
                                  award does not cover:       dispatch, distribution, sorting, checking, packing,
                                  an employer who is          documentation and recording of goods, materials and
                                  outside the scope of        components; basic inventory control in the context of
                                  clause 4.2(a) unless such   a production process; basic keyboard skills; operation
                                  employer employs an         of mobile equipment including forklifts, hand trolleys,
                                  employee covered by         pallet trucks, overhead crane and winch operation;
                                  clause 4.2(b) and the       Assembler A. Assembler B. Primer. Machinist;
                                  employer is not covered     operation of materials handling equipment requiring a
                                  by another modern           licence or certificate; setting up and operation and
                                  award containing a          adjustment of machinery to produce more detailed
                                  classification which is     components to exact specifications and standards;
                                  more appropriate to the     fixing components or parts in pre-determined ways
                                  work performed by the       and simple rectification work to jobs in progress;
                                  employee;                   completion of simple clerical tasks; keyboard skills;
                                  an employee excluded        lubrication of production machinery equipment; )
                                  from award coverage by      maintenance and use of hand held pneumatic, power
                                  the Act;                    and personal tools; approval and passing of first-off
                                  an employer bound by an     samples and maintenance of quality of product;
                                  enterprise award or         operation, setting up and adjustment of all production
                                  enterprise NAPSA in         machinery in a




                                   respect of any employee    plant to the extent of their training; performance of a
                                  who is covered by the       range of maintenance functions; understanding and
                                  enterprise award or         application of computer techniques as they relate to
                                  enterprise NAPSA; or        production process operations; high level stores and
                                  employers or employees      inventory responsibility ;Carpenter and/or joiner.
                                  covered by the Building     Stonemason. Prefab tradesperson. Painter. Plasterer.
                                  and Construction General    reading, interpreting and calculating information from
                                  On-site Award 2010.         production drawings, prints or plans; Letter cutter.
                                                              Joiner special class. Joiner-setter out. Signwriter.
                                                              performance of operations on a CAD/CAM terminal in
                                                              the performance of routine modifications. Carver.
Journalists Published   MA000067   This award covers             Cadet journalist; Graduate cadet; Standard cadet;
Media Award 2010                   employers throughout          Editorial employee
                                   Australia in the published
                                   media industry with
                                   respect to their
                                   employees engaged in
                                   journalism in its literary,
                                   artistic and photographic
                                   branches and/or the
                                   gathering, writing or
                                   preparing of news matter
                                   or news commentaries,
                                   and their employees in
                                   the classifications listed in
                                   clause 13—Classifications
                                   to the exclusion of any
                                   other modern award.
Labour Market          MA000099   This industry award         Clearly defined administrative, including financial and
Assistance Industry               covers employers in the     clerical duties, satisfactorily perform a range of
Award 2010                        labour market assistance    routine general office duties of a clerical and/or
                                  industry throughout         support nature including, but not limited to, filing and
                                  Australia and their         the maintenance of existing records systems; perform
                                  employees in the            general reception and telephonist duties including the
                                  classifications listed in   accurate provision of information; straightforward
                                  Schedule                    operation of keyboard equipment including data input
                                  B—Classification            and basic word processing; use of available office
                                  Definitions to the          technology, petty cash control, ordering and
                                  exclusion of any other      invoicingp, preparation and maintenance of client
                                  modern award.               records, accounting, bookkeeping and/or accounting
                                                              system including a chart of accounts, financial reports,
                                                              budgets for the



                                                              organisation or for individual programs and services;
                                                              purchasing, inventory, asset control, payroll and other
                                                              administrative procedures; preparation of funding
                                                              proposals; liaise with and market to employers,
                                                              industry and the community; participate in co-
                                                              ordination activities with other agencies; referral of
                                                              clients to appropriate agencies and programs; carry
                                                              out client placement activities, management/co-
                                                              ordination functions, management of the service
                                                              within the policy parameters of the employer, develop
                                                              policy proposals, co-ordinate the development,
                                                              training and other human resource development
                                                              strategies and co-ordination of work tasks and
                                                              responsibilities.



Legal Services Award   MA000116    This industry award        Identify routine problems; identify and assess options,
2010                              covers employers            and implement solutions. Read and write routine
                                  throughout Australia in     texts, operate with numbers to complete routine
                                  the legal services          tasks, calculate numerical and related information to
                                  industry and their          perform routine tasks, interpret and present
                                  employees in the            numerical and related information to complete
                                  classifications listed in   routine tasks, distribute incoming mail, receive and
                                  clause 14—Minimum           dispatch outgoing mail; and collate and dispatch
                                  wages to the exclusion of   documents for bulk mailing, file documents; and
                                  any other modern award.     identify and retrieve documents, receive and relay
                                                              oral messages, record petty cash transactions, prepare
                                                              banking documents, and prepare business source
                                                              documents, remove inactive and dead files, respond
                                                              to incoming telephone calls, make telephone calls;
                                                              and draft simple correspondence, provide information
                                                              from own function area, re-direct enquiries,
                                                              undertake follow up action where required, invoices
                                                              for payment to creditors, prepare statements for
                                                              debtors, enter payment summaries into journals, post
                                                              journals to ledgers, clarify specific needs of a client,
                                                              reconcile accounts to balance, prepare bank
                                                              reconciliations, dispatch statements to debtors, follow
                                                              up and record outstanding
                                                               accounts, dispatch payments to creditors, identify
                                                               trends in client requirements, make meeting
                                                               arrangements, record minutes of meetings, prepare
                                                               financial reports, undertake and document costing
                                                               procedures, draft financial forecasts/budgets, design
                                                               document format, co-ordinate conference
                                                               proceedings, draft job vacancy advertisements, select
                                                               staff, employ staff, prepare payroll data, process
                                                               payment of wages and salaries, administer PAYG
                                                               salary records, routine legal procedures and
                                                               documentation.


Live Performance Award MA000081   This industry award          Crowd control; car park attendant; crewing employee;
2010                              covers employers             mail room attendant; program seller; stage door
                                  throughout Australia in      attendant; stage hand; theatre attendant/usher; ticket
                                  the Live Performance         seller; turnstile attendant; tour guide; receptionist;
                                  Industry and their           cashier; accounts clerk; assistant scenic artist; booking
                                  employees in the             clerk; box office customer service representative; call
                                  classifications set out in   centre CSR; dispatch clerk; group party organiser;
                                  this award to the            marketing assistant; mechanist; publicity assistant;
                                  exclusion of any other       specialty ticketing CSR; stage door supervisor; sound
                                  modern award.                technician; lighting technician; assistant projectionist;
                                                               scenic artist; scheduling/rostering clerk; cutter, tailor,
                                                               milliner, wigmaker; assistant stage manager; board
                                                               operator; food and beverage manager; head fly
                                                               operator; prop maker; depty head of department;
                                                               deputy stage manager; front of house manager;
                                                               publicity officer; marketing officer; board operator;
                                                               box office manager; event/marketing coordinator;
                                                               head of department; props master; technical
                                                               supervisor; wardrobe supervisor; musician; dancer;
                                                               publicity/marketing supervisor; stage manager; team
                                                               leader – call centre; opera principal; principal
                                                               musician; vocalist; conductor-leader; Lift and handle
                                                               scenery and props and/or equipment; use selected
                                                               hand tools; operate automatic, semiautomatic or
                                                               single purpose machines or equipment; maintain
                                                               records; use hand trolleys and pallet trucks; labouring;
                                                               cleaning; customer service; use selected hand tools;
                                                               operate mobile equipment including fork-lifts,
                                                               overhead
                                                             cranes, tallescopes and winch operation; receive,
                                                             dispatch, distribute, sort, check, pack, document and
                                                             record goods, materials and components; dry
                                                             cleaning; ushering; ticket taking, program/concession
                                                             selling and food and beverage sales; painting and art
                                                             finishing; dressing; costume decoration; machine
                                                             setting, loading and operation; rigging; pyrotechnics;
                                                             welding; stage door duties; sewing and tailoring;
                                                             scenery, building and prop construction; financial
                                                             administration; staff supervision; operate lifting
                                                             equipment; operate, maintain, setup and adjust all
                                                             facility and production equipment, including trade
                                                             construction processes such as set/prop/electrical
                                                             making; operate a console; perform administrative
                                                             duties including production and publicity assistance;
                                                             quality control; acting; singing; dancing; skating;
                                                             aquatic performing; understudying; any other type of
                                                             performing; coordinate resources; staff training; staff
                                                             selection and recruitment; staff assessment; develop
                                                             script and concept for performance; select music;
                                                             determine content and presentation of performance;
                                                             coordinate and control overall performance activities;
                                                             prepare correspondence, guidelines and reports;
                                                             provide advice and guidance to staff, management
                                                             and clients; undertake lead roles in opera and
                                                             operetta; make personal appearances.




Local Government      MA000112   This industry award         This award structure consists of skill-based
Industry Award 2010              covers employers            classifications defined according to the following skill
                                 throughout Australia in     descriptors. Various positions may also require
                                 the local government        employees to hold and maintain appropriate licences,
                                 industry and their          certificates and/or tickets for the operation of
                                 employees in the            machinery, plant and/or tools.
                                 classifications listed in   Level 1 covers entry level for operational employees
                                 Schedule                    with minimal experience and qualifications.
                                 B—Classifications to the    Level 2 covers operational employees undertaking
                                 exclusion of any other      duties and responsibilities in excess of Level 1 with
                                 modern award.               relevant local government industry or equivalent
                                 In this award local         experience.
                                 government industry         Level 3 covers operational employees undertaking
                                 means all activities        duties and responsibilities in excess of Level 2 and
                                 undertaken by local         entry level administrative employees.
                                 government entities,        Level 4 covers operational and administrative
                                 including activities        employees undertaking duties and responsibilities in
                                 undertaken by               excess of Level 3 and is the entry level for technical
                                 corporations controlled     and trades employees.
                                 by one or more local        Level 5 covers technical, administrative and trades
                                 government entities. In     employees undertaking duties and responsibilities in
                                 this subclause a            excess of Level 4.
                                 corporation is controlled   Level 6 covers administrative, technical or trades
                                 by one or more local        employees undertaking duties and responsibilities in
                                 government entities if      excess of Level 5.
                                 one or more local           Level 7 covers specialist technical employees
                                 government entities have    undertaking duties in excess of Level 6 and is the entry
                                 the capacity to determine   level for graduate professional employees.
                                 the outcome of
                                   decisions about the         Level 8 covers professionals/specialists positions that
                                   corporation’s financial     provide both advisory and project management
                                   and operating policies.     responsibilities in excess of Level 7. The positions in
                                                               Level 8 generally have a major impact upon the day-to-
                                                               day operations of a function, department or work area
                                                               of the employer.


Manufacturing and       MA000010    This award covers          Engineering Associate is a generic term which
Associated Industries              employers throughout        includes technical officers in a wide range of
and Occupations Award              Australia of employees in   disciplines including laboratories and quality
                                   the Manufacturing and       assurance, draughting officers, planners and other
2010
                                   Associated Industries       para-professionals.
                                   and Occupations who are     Supervisor/Trainer/Coordinator
                                   covered by the              Supervisor/Trainer/Coordinator—Level I
                                   classifications in this     Supervisor/Trainer/Coordinator—Level II
                                   award and those             Wage Group: C14
                                   employees.                  Engineering/Production Employee—Level I
                                                               Wage Group: C13
                                                               Engineering/Production Employee—Level II
                                                               Wage Group: C12
                                                               Engineering/Production Employee—Level III
                                                               Wage Group: C11
                                                               Engineering/Production Employee—Level IV
                                                               Wage Group: C10
                                                               Engineering Tradesperson—Level I
                                                               Production Systems Employee
                                                               Wage Group: C9
                                                               Engineering Tradesperson—Level II
                                                               Engineering Technician—Level I
                                                               Wage Group: C8
                                                               Engineering Tradesperson—Special Class Level I
                                                               Engineering Technician—Level II
                                                               Wage Group: C7
                                                               Engineering Tradesperson—Special Class Level II
                                                               Engineering Technician—Level III
Wage Group: C6
Advanced Engineering Tradesperson—Level I
Engineering Technician—Level IV
Wage Group: C5
Advanced Engineering Tradesperson—Level II
Engineering Technician—Level V
Wage Group: C4
Engineering Associate—Level I
Wage Group: C3
Engineering Associate—Level II
Wage Group: C2(a)
Leading Technical Officer
Principal Engineering Supervisor/Trainer/Coordinator
Wage Group: C2(b)
Principal Technical Officer
Mannequins and Models MA000117     This award covers               Modelling for still photography, TV or movie
Award 2010                         employers throughout            appearances
                                   Australia who employ            Trade showings or parades
                                   mannequins and models           Mannequins other than manufacturers’ and agents’
                                   to the exclusion of any         showings exclusively to the trade
                                   other modern award.             Mannequins showing foundation garments
                                                                   Manufacturers’ or agents’ or showroom work
                                                                   Store or public parades
                                                                   Repetitive parades (paradettes) other than
                                                                   manufacturers’ and agents’ showings exclusive trade
                                                                   Rehearsals
                                                                   Test shots for models
                                                                   Trade showings or parades
                                                                   Freelance comperes
                                                                   Billboards/posters
                                                                   Mannequins other than manufacturers’ and agents’
                                                                   showings exclusively to the trade




Marine Tourism and      MA000093   This industry award             Crew Level 1, 2, 3: provide service, hospitality and
Charter Vessels Award              covers employers                entertainment of passengers; prepare vessel for
2010                               throughout Australia in         departure; setting, trimming and striking of sails; stock
                                   the Marine Tourism and          and dispense liquor; prepare meals; order stores;
                                   Charter Vessels Industry        perform duties as required; drive a tender within two
                                   and their employees in          nautical miles of the mothership
                                   the classifications listed in   Dive Master/Diver Instructor: instruct and supervise
                                   clause 13—Minimum               diving operations; prepare vessel for departure;
                                   wages to the exclusion of       setting, trimming and striking sails; stock and dispense
                                   any other modern award.         liquor; prepare meals; order stoers
                                                                   Coxswain: navigate vessel of class coxswain status;
                                                                   safely operate vessel; supervise crew and entertain
                                                                   passengers; perform routine and preventative
                                                                   maintenance as required
                                                                   Engineer MED III, MED II, MED I: engineer a vessel
                                                                   requiring a MED III, MED II or MED I certificate; ensure
                                                                   the proficient operation of the vessel plant and
                                                                   equipment; perform routine and preventative
                                                                   maintenance as required; ensure the proficient
                                                                   operation of the vessel plant and equipment
                                                                   Master V, IV: navigate a vessel of class V status;
                                                                   ensure the safe operation of the vessel; supervise the
                                                                   crew and entertain passengers; and perform routine
                                                                   and preventative maintenance as required; navigate a
                                                                   vessel of class IV status
Marine Towage Award     MA000050   This industry award         Mate (Casual Mate or Tug Mate); Mate (Permanent
2010                               covers employers            Tug Master) and Engineer; Master and Chief Engineer;
                                   throughout Australia in     ; Casual mate; Tug Mate; Permanent Tug Mate and
                                   the marine towage           Engineer
                                   industry and their
                                   employees in the
                                   classifications listed in
                                   clause 13.1 to the
                                   exclusion of any other
                                   modern award. The
                                   award does not cover
                                   This industry award         Master; facility master; chief engineer; chief officer;
Maritime Offshore Oil   MA000086
and Gas Award 2010                 covers employers            second officer; second engineer; third engineer;
                                   throughout Australia who    electrical engineer; deck/communication officer; chief
                                   are engaged in the          integrated rating; chief caterer; chief cook; cook; chief
                                   maritime offshore oil and   steward; caterer; first mate; second mate; radio
                                   gas industry and their      officer; marine electrician; bosun; provisional IR –
                                   employees in the            under 18 years; second cook; bosun’s mate;
                                   classifications listed in   deckhand.
                                   clause 13—Classifications
                                   and minimum wage rates,
                                   to the exclusion of any
                                   other modern award.



Market and Social       MA000030   This industry award         Market research trainee Includes a Market research
Research Award 2010                covers employers            interviewer, Editor, Coder, Keyboard operator and/or
                                   throughout Australia who    other support employee who is allocated to less
                                   are engaged in the          complex tasks and who usually requires extensive
                                   market and social           assistance and supervision during their first six work
                                   research industry in        sessions. Support employee engaged principally on
                                   respect of work by their    other market research support activities, including
                                   employees in the            group recruitment; Market research
                                   classifications listed in   interviewerUndertakes interviews with all types of
                                   clause 14—Classifications   respondents by telephone or face-to-face, prepares
                                   and minimum wage rates      and submits all fieldwork associated documentation
                                   to the exclusion of any     and attends briefing and de-briefing meetings where
                                   other modern award.         required. The interviewer may, where required from
                                                               time to time, assist in the preparation of materials
                                                               prior to or during a survey. Executive (face-to-face)
                                                               interviewer and door-to-door interviewer Refers to a
                                                               Market research interviewer who is conducting direct
                                                               face-to-face interviews targeted to executive and
                                                               professional interviewees covering matters relating to
                                                               the special expertise of the interviewees. Door-to-
                                                               door interviewer refers to a Market research
                                                               interviewer who is conducting multiple direct face-to-
                                                               face interviews by calling on interviewees at the
                                                               interviewee’s own premises, but does not include
                                                               interviewing at central locations such as shopping
                                                               centres. Editor/Coder/Keyboard operator. Includes
employees engaged on examining market research
fieldwork interview or questionnaire results so as to
ensure consistency, accuracy and validity, classifying
interview and questionnaire results so as to be
suitable for keyboard entry and for subsequent
analysis as required by clients, and entering and
manipulating the presentation of data on a computer
or similar machine (including as required interacting
with the computer, limited programming and data
manipulation to ensure that file maintenance and
integrity are achieved and results are presented as
required for the client report). Team Leader. Includes
interviewers who undertake interviews with all types
of respondents by telephone or face-to-face and
perform a role of providing experienced guidance,
assistance and leadership by example to interviewers
(including some supervision and limited practical field
training). A Team leader may also be an employee
providing similar leadership role in relation to a team
of other market research employees, including
Auditors, Editors, Coders and/or Keyboard operators.
The Team leader may also be required to liaise
between Interviewers and Field managers (including
checking and counting the number of interviews
obtained, communicating the researcher’s instructions
to the interviewer team and from time




to time where required assisting and coordinating the
activities of a small group of less experienced
interviewers). Field Supervisor, Co-ordinates and
supervises the fieldwork activities of Team leaders
and Market research interviewers engaged on specific
market research projects, including being responsible
for the quality of the output, the training and the
productivity of the field team. Field Manager,
Schedules fieldwork and coordinates the activities of
supervisors and interviewers and is responsible for the
hiring and training of all field personnel, maintenance
of company procedures and fieldwork standards. The
Field manager will generally be involved in
coordinating a range of fieldwork projects and
allocating fieldwork across an organisation. Research
Officer, May be engaged in the duties of: writing
questionnaires; briefing field teams; moderating
group discussions; conducting in-depth interviews;
preparing computer specifications; analysing data and
preparing written reports; writing proposals; and
liaising with, and presenting data to, clients.
Meat Industry Award   MA000059   The award does not cover    Boner is an employee who is required to use a knife to
2010                             employers covered by the    remove meat from the bones, sides, quarters or other
                                 following awards:Coal       piece of a carcase in accordance with the employer’s
                                 Export Terminals Award      specifications and, where required by the employer,
                                 2010;Dredging Industry      to dispatch such meat, bones and trimmings to other
                                 Award 2010;                 employees and/or work areas for further processing
                                 Manufacturing and           as required by the employer.
                                 Associated Industries and   Carcass grader is an employee who determines the
                                 Occupations Award 2010;     category or grades into which animal carcasses are
                                 Marine Towage Award         allotted in accordance with approved specifications
                                 2010; Port Authorities      and who is appropriately accredited by the relevant
                                 Award 2010; Ports,          authority.
                                 Harbours and Enclosed       General butcher means an employee who holds an
                                 Water Vessels Award         accredited and relevant retail butchering trade
                                 2010; Seagoing Industry     qualification.
                                 Award 2010; or              Salesperson means an employee (not being a general
                                 Stevedoring Industry        butcher) who is employed in a self-service
                                 Award 2010.                 establishment in the replenishing of display or storage
                                                             cabinets or work associated or employed in a meat
                                                             retail establishment shop, selling meat products and
                                                             whose principal responsibility will be dealing directly
                                                             with customers in respect to sales of meat and other
                                                             butcher shop products, and who may also perform the
                                                             following duties: cut uncooked meat for weight; wrap
                                                             meat or smallgoods; divide sausages, frankfurts or
                                                             other smallgoods and for this purpose use a knife for
                                                             cutting; sell goods already prepared; and prepare
                                                             counter ready products.




                                                             Sawyer is an employee who breaks down a carcase,
                                                             side, quarter or other piece using a saw, either for the
                                                             pre-work-up for boning or in accordance with
                                                             required specifications.
                                                             Skin classer is an employee accredited to assess the
                                                             categories or grades into which sheep skins are sorted
                                                             in accordance with predetermined specifications.
                                                             Slaughterer in a meat manufacturing establishment or
                                                             a meat retail establishment (other than a
                                                             tradesperson slaughterer) is competent to perform
                                                             slaughtering tasks in accordance with the employer’s
                                                             specifications.
                                                             Slicer is an employee who is required to use a knife to
                                                             trim, including the removal of extraneous material, in
                                                             accordance with the employer’s instructions and
                                                             product specifications and to dispatch such product to
                                                             other employees for further processing if required by
                                                             the employer.
                                                             Smallgoods maker means an employee who has
                                                             served a relevant apprenticeship or has at least four
                                                             years’ general experience in smallgoods-making and
                                                             who is responsible for the making of smallgoods and
                                                             who may be required to perform all tasks relating to
                                                             smallgoods manufacturing including that of mixing-
                                                             machine operator, butcher, boner, salter and/or pickle
                                                             pumper, cooker, filler, linker and table hand, but
                                                             smallgoods maker does not include a person making
                                                             smallgoods
in a meat retail establishment.
Trade qualified slaughterer is an employee who is
competent to slaughter to completion all species of
animal to approved standards and who has an
accredited and relevant trade qualification.
Trimmer is an employee who uses a knife to remove
fat or other extraneous material or foreign matter
from a carcase, side, quarter or piece prior to boning
or in preparation for chilling prior to boning.
Order person; linker; table hand; slaughterer’s
assistant; curing section assistant; smoking section
assistant; retort; employee in lard section; filerman;
packing-room hand; slicing and/or operating scales;
packing; operate closing machine; move cattle/sheep
up the race; clean tripe; separate or handle offal at the
eviscerating table; remove head meat; bag lambs;
labourer; bone and slice; strapping or wiring machine
operator; vacuum machine operator; operate
Whizzard Knives; wrap, weigh, price, pack and
package meat; salter; pickle pumper; chiller
room/freezer room hand; loading;
drover/yardperson/stockperson; cleaner; tan and
process hides; buff, fluff, curtain coat, split, paste, set
out and sammying; yard person; clerical and
administrative tasks; scalder; cashier; silent-cutter
operator; mixing machine operator; smallgoods seller
from a vehicle; cutter up, guillotine operator;
derinding machine operator; ham and bacon curer;
feed cattle from race into box; tie weasands; wash
anus
and pit; rodding weasands; remove horns; removal of
fore hooves; removing heads by severing spinal cord
and placing on table or chain; remove first hind foot;
change first leg; remove second hind foot; change
second leg; pulling tail; split paddy whack and drop;
placing and removing chains on hide stripper and
removing tail skin from hide; hide puller; saving
sinews from forelegs; push to saw; pull from saw;
trimming sides; trimming forces, trimming hinds);
washing anus and pit; rodding weasands; removing
horns; operate restrainer and stun, shackle to fixed
hook, gambrel and slide; insert spreader, rod
weasands, remove spreader, opening up, clear rectum
gut and bladder, strip rectum gut, tie rectum gut,
trimming; singeing; drive motor vehicle; salesperson;
tunnel boner; Slaughterer (calves and beef) Class 2
(knocking; shackling (chaining and hoisting); pithing;
tying weasands (in shackling area); cheeking; skinning
heads; removing forefeet including skinning foot and
saving sinew; cleaning and dropping rectum gut and
bungs; mark or strip tail; remove muzzle piece;
remove fore shanks; cut aitch bone; mark and saw
briskets; Slaughterer (pigs) Class 2 (stunning,
gambrelling); slicer; sawyer; bench power saw
operator; make tallow; Lining up, backing down and
chopping or sawing down (pigs); Operator of
rendering machinery; Operator of other by-product
machinery;




tractor driver; Auto-truck or tow motor drivers; task of
currier, colour matching/mixing, chemical mixing,
splitting and classing/sorting not elsewhere covered;
Slaughterer (calves and beef) Class 1 (sticking
including removing sweetbreads; skin first leg; skin
second leg; pocketing silverside; resetting; flanking;
clearing brisket and venting; siding; necking; rumping;
backing off; skinning briskets and fore shanks;
operating air or conventional knives on hide strippers;
operating downward hide-puller; fronting out; sawing
down); Slaughterer (beef)—bed and cradle;
Slaughtering (sheep) Class 1 (stick, first leg (including
papering), second leg (including papering and hanging
up second leg, cheek, open neck and spear cut, clear
neck and forelegs, clear briskets, free and tie
weasand, splitting down and removing trotters,
flanking, paunching, and/or additional task where no
restrainer is used, catch, stick and shackle;
Slaughtering (pigs) Class 1 (sticking, fronting out); skin
classer; general butcher.
Medical Practitioners   MA000031   This industry award             Intern is a medical practitioner in the first
Award 2010                         covers employers of             postgraduate year of clinical experience.Resident
                                   Medical Practitioners           Medical Practitioner is a medical practitioner in the
                                   throughout Australia in         second or any subsequent post-graduate year of
                                   the classifications listed in   clinical experience. An RMP must complete 12 months
                                   clause 14—Minimum               of clinical experience to advance to the next pay point.
                                   annual salaries to the          Registrar is a medical practitioner admitted to an
                                   exclusion of any other          Australian Medical Council accredited vocational
                                   modern award                    training program leading to a fellowship of a Medical
                                                                   College including those of General Practice and Rural
                                                                   and Remote Medicine. Senior Registrar is a medical
                                                                   practitioner who has successfully completed
                                                                   examinational requirements for appointment as a
                                                                   Fellow of an Australian or Australasian Specialists
                                                                   College and is awaiting granting of the fellowship.
                                                                   Career Medical Practitioner is a medical practitioner
                                                                   with not less than four completed years of post-
                                                                   graduate clinical experience who is appointed as such.
                                                                   Senior Career Medical Practitioner is a medical
                                                                   practitioner not enrolled in a vocational training
                                                                   program, who has 10 or more years of clinical
                                                                   experience or who has sufficient experience to satisfy
                                                                   the employer. Community Medical Practitioner is a
                                                                   medical practitioner who has completed not less than
                                                                   four years of post-graduate experience who is
                                                                   employed to practise in community health centres or
                                                                   in general medical practice.




                                                                   Specialist is a medical practitioner who has
                                                                   successfully completed a recognised specialist training
                                                                   program, and has been admitted as a fellow of the
                                                                   relevant college, provided that a practitioner may be
                                                                   appointed a Specialist if the practitioner has had
                                                                   sufficient experience in the specialty to satisfy the
                                                                   employer. Senior Specialist means a medical
                                                                   practitioner who possesses a higher qualification
                                                                   appropriate to the specialty in which they are
                                                                   employed and has had not less than three years
                                                                   practical experience in the relevant specialty. Principal
                                                                   Specialist means a medical practitioner who possesses
                                                                   a higher qualification appropriate to the specialty in
                                                                   which they are employed and has had not less than
                                                                   eight years practical experience in that specialty after
                                                                   obtaining the highest qualification. Notwithstanding
                                                                   an officer not having such years of experience, an
                                                                   officer may be appointed as a Principal Specialist if
                                                                   they have had sufficient experience in their specialty
                                                                   to satisfy the employer. Senior Principal Specialist
                                                                   means a medical practitioner appointed as a head of a
                                                                   department or section in a Teaching Hospital who
                                                                   meets all requirements specified for employment as a
                                                                   Principal Specialist.
                                                                   Deputy Director of Medical Services means a medical
                                                                   practitioner appointed as deputy to a Director of
                                                                   Medical Services. Director of Medical Services means
                                                                   a medical practitioner appointed as the Director of
                                                                   Medical Services (however styled) of a hospital or
                                                                   other organisation, provided that a Director of
                                                                   Medical Services will require a higher qualification
                                                                   appropriate to the specialty of medical administration,
                                                                   or will be able to satisfy the employer that the medical
                                                                   practitioner has sufficient experience in the specialty.




Mining Industry Award   MA000011   This industry award             Mining Industry Services Employees; Mining Industry
2010                               covers employers                Surface Mining and Haulage Employees; Mining
                                   throughout Australia who        Industry Processing Employees; and Mining Industry
                                   are engaged in the              Underground Mine Employees. Tradespersons
                                   Mining Industry in              assistants, equipment operators, tradesperson
                                   respect of work by their        qualified to work on machinery or equipment with
                                   employees in a                  complex mechanical, hydraulic, electrical circuitry or
                                   classification in this          controls; advanced trade equivalent enabling the
                                   award and their                 employee to apply advanced dual trade instrument
                                   employees engaged in            electrical technician skills.
                                   the classifications listed in
                                   clause 13—Classifications
                                   and minimum wage rates,
                                   of this award, to the
                                   exclusion of any other
                                   modern award.
Miscellaneous Award   MA000104   This award covers           Level 1
2010                             employers throughout        An employee at this level has been employed for a
                                 Australia and their         period of less than three months and is not carrying
                                 employees in the            out the duties of a level 3 or level 4 employee.
                                 classifications listed in   Level 2
                                 clause 14—Minimum           An employee at this level has been employed for more
                                 wages who are not           than three months and is not carrying out the duties
                                 covered by any other        of a level 3 or level 4 employee.
                                 modern award.               Level 3
                                                             An employee at this level has a trade qualification or
                                                             equivalent and is carrying out duties requiring such
                                                             qualifications.
                                                             Level 4
                                                             An employee at this level has advanced trade
                                                             qualifications and is carrying out duties requiring such
                                                             qualifications or is a sub-professional employee.
Mobile Crane Hiring   MA000032   This award covers            Dogger, Counterweight/Gear, Truck Driver, Mobile
Award 2010                       employers throughout         Hydraulic Platform Operator–up to 17m
                                 Australia engaged in the     up to 20 tonne, Slew Crane Operator , 21t–60t Slew
                                 Mobile Crane hire            Crane Operator (C2 &C6) , Non Slew (Franna)
                                 Industry and their           Operator (CN), Basic Rigger (structural steel frames
                                 employees in the             erection or assembly of mobile cranes), Mobile
                                 classifications within       Hydraulic Platform Operator - 17m and up to 28m,
                                 Schedule                     Boom-type elevating work platform license (WP),
                                 B—Classification             61t–100t Slew Crane Operator (C1) , Intermediate
                                 Structure to the exclusion   Rigger (Tower Crane erecting or Pre Cast Concrete
                                 of any other modern          component erection); Mobile Hydraulic Platform
                                 award.                       Operator–28m and above ; 101t–200t Slew Crane
                                                              Operator (No boom trailer) (CO); Advanced Rigger; or
                                                              Heavy Low Bed Transport Operator. 201t - 300t Slew
                                                              Crane (CO); less than 100t Slew Crane with Boom
                                                              Trailer; or less than100t Slew Crane with Luffing Fly
                                                              Jib. 301t–400t Slew Crane Operator (CO); or less than
                                                              200t Crane Operator with Luffing Fly Jib. 401t or
                                                              greater Slew Crane (CO); or less than 200t with
                                                              Superlift type attachment. Intermediate Rigger.




Nursery Award 2010    MA000033   This industry award          assisting with potting machines, seeding machines,
                                 covers employers             bagging machines, transplanting machines, grading
                                 throughout Australia in      machines, etc.; assisting with spray application;
                                 the Nursery Industry and     cleaning; collecting cuttage, budwood or scions;
                                 their employees in the       flower bunching; general errands; general/labouring
                                 classifications listed in    duties; grafting and budding; irrigation; labelling,
                                 Schedule                     stacking and preparation of stock for sale; mixing soil,
                                 B—Classification             container filling, container assembly; moving plants;
                                 Structure and Definitions    order selection and assembly; packing shelves;
                                 to the exclusion of any      packing plants and seedlings; picking and grading;
                                 other award.                 plant care and ground maintenance; potting;
                                                              preparing and sticking cuttings; spacing and moving
                                                              plants; transplanting; tubing; unloading/receiving
                                                              materials; using towing and/or carry-all vehicles etc.;
                                                              watering; and weeding. answering phones; basic data
                                                              entry; basic plant maintenance; control and
                                                              maintenance of irrigation equipment; handling direct
                                                              enquiries; disease and pest control; driving tractors
                                                              with implements; fertigation; filing; and may be in
                                                              charge of one assistant of a lower grade;
                                                              correspondence (handling); customer service; forklift
                                                              operator; invoicing; order acceptance; processing
                                                              income; receiving money; and regular driver.
                                                              Tradesperson; independent ultural decisions relevant
                                                              to previous gradings
                                                              (e.g. plant nutrition, merchandising, menus); payroll;
                                                              and processing of incoming and outgoing invoices;
                                                              ability to use a variety of computer packages (this may
                                                              include, but not limited to, desktop publishing,
                                                              spreadsheets, word processing, databases, etc.);
                                                              allocation of accounts; co-ordination of production
                                                              programs; creditor/debtor reconciliation; data
                                                              reconciliation; design & implement fertiliser programs
                                                              and pest control programs; design, install and use
                                                              irrigation systems; landscape consultation and/or
                                                              design;
                                                              ordering stock; planning, co-ordination and
                                                              implementation of nursery maintenance programs;
                                                              preparation of daily reports; set targets; and set shift
                                                              rosters; analysing data; dispatch; key performance
                                                              indicators for annual performance targets; monthly
                                                              and annual reports; nursery manager; production
                                                              planner; propagator (person appointed to take
                                                              responsibility for control of propagating
                                                              environments, scheduling propagation, selecting
                                                              cuttage, budwood and other propagules); and senior
                                                              grower or head grower.




Nurses Award 2010   MA000034     This occupational award      Nursing assistant; Student enrolled nurse; enrolled
                    Occupational covers:                      nurse; Registered; Clinical nurse; Clinical nurse
                                  employers throughout        consultant; Nurse manager; Assistant director of
                                  Australia in the Health     nursing (clinical) ; Assistant director of nursing
                                  Industry and their          (management);. Assistant director of Nursing;
                                  employees in the            Assistant director of nursing (education); Occupational
                                  classifications listed in   health nurse; Senior occupational health clinical nurse
                                  Schedule                    ; Occupational health nurse consultant; Nurse
                                  A—Classification            practitioner; Licensed Nurse practitioner.
                                  Definitions to the
                                  exclusion of any other
                                  modern award; and
                                  employers who employ a
                                  nurse, principally
                                  engaged in nursing duties
                                  comprehended by the
                                  classifications listed in
                                  Schedule
                                  A—Classification
                                  Definitions.
                                  The award does not cover
                                  employers who employ
                                  nurses in primary or
                                  secondary schools.
Oil Refining and      MA000072   This industry award          Refinery: Trainee operator; non-graduate laboratory
Manufacturing Award              covers employers             technician; console operator; head operator; plant
2010                             throughout Australia in      and terminal operator; plant and terminal operator;
                                 the Oil Refining and         plant and terminal advanced operator; specialist
                                 Manufacturing Industry       blender; maintenance tradesperson; advanced
                                 in respect of work by        tradesperson; dual trade tradesperson; maintenance
                                 their employees in a         coordinator; carry out basic maintenance tasks;
                                 classification in this       general housekeeping; isolate and prepare equipment
                                 award, to the exclusion of   for maintenance; control/coordinate unit operations
                                 any other modern award.      and field operators; operate control system of an
                                 The award does not           operating area; implement operating programs;
                                 cover: employees             optimise unit performance using panel instruments;
                                 engaged in exploration       advanced controls and optimisers; identify system
                                 and/or drilling for          faults and the use of loop tuning software; activate
                                 hydrocarbons,                shutdown devices and procedures control and
                                 preparatory work or          supervise operators; manipulate equipment to
                                 development of an oil or     produce petroleum products; watch equipment to see
                                 gas field, extraction,       that it is operating safely; keep log or record of
                                 separation, or production    operations; prepare unit or unit group for mechanical
                                 of hydrocarbons, or          inspection and maintenance as required; pack filling of
                                 associated work covered      all products into containers; drum filling including
                                 by the Hydrocarbons          unloading, inspection, washing, painting, filling,
                                 Industry (Upstream)          capping and stencilling; order assembly including
                                 Award 2010; employees        correct handling, documentation, picking procedures
                                 engaged as deck officers,    and packaging; stores procedures covering all aspects
                                 marine engineer officers,    of stores operation; quality control; rail tank car
                                 ratings or catering staff    loading; road vehicle loading; maintenance; general
                                 on any vessel or as          housekeeping; store operations (ordering, pick-up
                                 professional divers;         receipt, checking, storing, stocktaking and
employees engaged in          purchase liaison); load and discharge of bulk product
commissioning, servicing,     using fixed or mobile pumping equipment; forklift
maintaining (including        driving and operation and minor maintenance of other
mechanical, electrical,       mechanical handling equipment; clean, maintain and
fabricating or engineering    report on serviceability of hand and power tools;
and preparatory work),        crane chasing and dogging; tank farm operation
modifying, upgrading, or      including dipping and cleaning; bunker attendance
repairing facilities, plant   and tanker loading/discharging; assistance to
and equipment other           tradespersons; forklift driving and operation and
than when performed by        minor maintenance of other mechanical handling
employees of a refinery       equipment; coordinate activities in any one of the
operator; employees           lube oil, sundries, bitumen, grease and warehousing
engaged in                    facilities; diagnosis of mechanical, hydraulic and
transportation, storage,      pneumatic problems with any fixed equipment within
distribution, marketing       the plant or terminal to enable the optimum
and sale of products,         maintenance solution to be carried out; organise and
other than where              supervise workforce, equipment and materials;
specifically included in      operate blending equipment; grease and special
clause 4.2 above;             product blender; production scheduling; administering
managerial employees;         leave; hire casual employees; provide guidance and
information technology        training; perform clerical and office functions;
professionals,                reception/switchboard; maintain records; maintain
professional engineers        financial records; operate Dictaphone; word
and scientists working as     processing; stenographer or shorthand; arrange
such; security, catering      routine travel bookings and itineraries, make
and cleaning employees;       appointments; provide general advice and information
and employees engaged         on the organisation’s products and services, e.g. front
in the aviation industry.     counter/telephone; make appointments; screen
                              telephone calls; respond to invitations; organise
                              internal meetings




                              on behalf of executive(s); establish and maintain
                              reference lists/personal contact systems for
                              executive(s); secretarial/executive support services;
                              advise on employment conditions, workers
                              compensation and superannuation; provide reports
                              for management; administer individual executive
                              salary packages, travel expenses, allowances and
                              company transport; administer salary and payroll
                              requirements of the organisation.
Passenger Vehicle      MA000063   This industry award             Drive passenger vehicle; yard and vehicle
Transportation Award              covers employers                cleaning/washing, oil and greasing, refuelling,
2010                              throughout Australia in         changing tyres, tyre repairs, supervise school children
                                  the Passenger vehicle           on passenger vehicle; coach attendant; undertake
                                  transportation industry         long tours; ticketing, conducting and customer
                                  and their employees in          service; operate and issue tickets; ensure correct
                                  the classifications listed in   revenue collection; balancing and accounting for all
                                  clause 14—Minimum               tickets to ensure correct money has been received;
                                  wages to the exclusion of       driver of a motor vehicle, limousine or hire car; coach
                                  any other modern award.         driver which undertakes charter, single day tours;
                                                                  inspect and monitor general conditions of passenger
                                                                  vehicle; perform mechanical support duties; operate
                                                                  special services; instruct new drivers; provide training,
                                                                  supervision and inducting and monitoring of trainee
                                                                  drivers; drives routes in other depots to cover vehicle
                                                                  schedules; assist in preparing rosters; supervise and
                                                                  coordinate transport movements; routine
                                                                  probationary service monitoring and assessment of
                                                                  new drivers.



Pastoral Award 2010    MA000035   This award applies to           Dairy Operator, Feedlot Employee, Cattle Farm
                                  employers throughout            Workers, Livestock Hand, Station Cook, Piggery
                                  Australia in the Pastoral       Attendant, Maintenance Workers, Hatchery
                                  Industry and their              Employee, Farm Transporters, Stock Hands, Station
                                  employees in the                Hand, Shed Hand, Wool Press Hand, Shearer,
                                  classifications set out in      Supervisor, Mess Cook, Crutcher, Shearing Shed
                                  this award to the               Expert, Shearing Cook, Rural tradespersons, Poultry
                                  exclusion of any other          Farm Worker
                                  modern award.
                                  The award does not cover
                                  employers in the
                                  following industries: the
                                  wine industry;
                                  silviculture and
                                  afforestation except
                                  where carried on as a part
                                  of a broadacre mixed
                                  farming enterprise; sugar
                                  farming or sugar cane
                                  growing, sugar milling,
                                  sugar refining, sugar
                                  distilleries and/or sugar
                                  terminals; the
                                  horticulture industry, as
                                  defined in the
                                  Horticulture Award 2010;
                                  or any work in or in
                                  connection with the
                                  production and
                                  processing of fish,
                                  aquaculture and marine
                                  products
including fish purse
seining or polling, fish
farming, marine farming,
aquaculture, pisciculture,
mariculture, cultivation of
live sea and freshwater
products, breeding or
spawning of fish and
hatching of fish or marine
products whether in or
from the sea, rivers,
dams, tanks, ponds,
underwater cages,
aquariums or other water
source, holding,
containing, penning, or
harvesting of live fish or
marine




products or marine
vegetation, cleaning,
purging, flushing, packing,
freezing, processing,
preserving, smoking,
treatment of fish or
marine products,
cultivation, culling or
treatment of live shellfish
including marine farming
of oysters, mussels,
clams, scallops and
abalone except where the
production of freshwater
species is incidental to a
broadacre mixed farming
enterprise to which this
award would otherwise
apply.
Pest Control Industry   MA000097   This industry award             Level 1
Award 2010                         covers employers                A Level 1 employee is a person who has entered the
                                   throughout Australia in         industry with no previous experience and has yet to
                                   the pest control industry       apply for a licence. An employee at this level has been
                                   and their employees in          employed in the industry for less than six months.
                                   the classifications listed in   Level 2
                                   Schedule                        A Level 2 employee is a person who has applied for a
                                   B—Classifications to the        licence pursuant to relevant government regulation as
                                   exclusion of any other          either a Fumigator or a Pest Control Technician but
                                   modern award.                   has yet to be examined or licensed other than
                                                                   provisionally. Such an employee is presently
                                                                   undertaking an accredited course to obtain a pest
                                                                   operator’s certificate.
                                                                   Level 3
                                                                   A Level 3 employee is a person who has successfully
                                                                   obtained a pest operator’s certificate and has been
                                                                   granted a licence to operate as either a Fumigator or
                                                                   Pest Control Technician.
                                                                   Level 4
                                                                   A Level 4 employee is a person who has been granted
                                                                   licences to operate as both a Fumigator and a Pest
                                                                   Control Technician.
                                                                   Level 5
                                                                   A Level 5 employee is a person who is qualified to
                                                                   operate as a Pest Inspector.




Pharmaceutical Industry MA000069   This industry award             Manufacturing/production worker: packing manually
Award 2010                         covers employers                or with assistance of machinery; correct packaging
                                   throughout Australia in         components and minor feed problems; load/unload
                                   the Pharmaceutical              components and product on lines; clean machinery;
                                   Industry and their              flooerpersons or cleaners; manufacture product
                                   employees in the                and/or operating plant; VDU operation; operate and
                                   classifications in this         basic setting of tablet, capsule, liquids, powders,
                                   award to the exclusion of       filling, etc. machinery; operate plant or manufacture
                                   any other modern award.         of product; responsible for raw material, product in
                                   This award does not             process or finished packed stock sampling, and related
                                   cover employers and             recording, checking and quarantine release
                                   employees covered by            procedures; quality control; apply knowledge and
                                   the: Food, Beverage and         discretion of all manufacturing and production duties;
                                   Tobacco Manufacturing           enforce good manufacturing practices and adhere to
                                   Award 2010; or                  standard operation procedures; check a job onto line
                                   Manufacturing and               and checking materials, products, procedures and
                                   Associated Industries and       workplace house keeping, etc; staff supervision; staff
                                   Occupations Award 2010.         training, induction, selection, safety and disciplinary
                                                                   procedures; detail and coordinate activities of other
                                                                   employees or responsible for the supervision and
                                                                   conduct of work of in excess of 10 employees;
                                                                   production planning; maintain control of information
                                                                   related to raw materials, product-in-process packaging
                                                                   materials, finished product or packed stock, and
                                                                   prepare regular reports.
                                                         Warehouse/distribution: store and pack goods and
                                                         materials in accordance with appropriate procedures
                                                         and/or regulations; prepare and receive
                                                         documentation with suppliers; allocate and retrieve
                                                         goods from specific warehouse areas; VDU operation;
                                                         housekeeping and stock-checks; use of material
                                                         handling equipment; use of tools and equipment
                                                         within the warehouse; quality control; apply
                                                         knowledge of warehousing/stores duties; operate all
                                                         materials handling equipment under licence;
                                                         supervise and conduct work of employees; liaise with
                                                         management, suppliers and customers and
                                                         interrelated departments with respect to stores
                                                         operations; detail and coordinate activities of other
                                                         storeworkers; maintain control registers including
                                                         inventory control and being responsible for the
                                                         preparation and reconciliation of regular reports of
                                                         stock movement, despatches, etc.



Pharmacy Industry   MA000012   This award covers          Pharmacy Assistant , 5 Pharmacist, Experienced
Award 2010                     employers throughout       Pharmacist, Pharmacist in Charge,8 Pharmacist
                               Australia in the           Manager
                               community pharmacy
                               industry and their
                               employees in the
                               classifications listed in
                               clause 16 of this award to
                               the exclusion of any other
                               modern award. The
                               award does not cover
                               employment in a
                               pharmacy in hospitals,
                               nursing homes and
                               institutions providing an
                               in-patient service.
Plumbing and Fire       MA000036   This industry and           Plumber’s labourer; plumber, Registered drainer, t
Sprinklers Award 2010              occupational award          class sprinkler fitter; Sprinkler fitter’s assistant;
                                   covers: employers           Plumber and gasfitter, Roof; Irrigation installer,
                                   throughout Australia in     Drainer; Plumbing and mechanical services
                                   the industry of the         worker/Sprinkler fitting worker ;erect and dismantle
                                   provision of plumbing       scaffolding; assist with rigging; undertake basic oxy
                                   and/or fire sprinkler       cutting; execute shoring/trenching; undertake site
                                   fitting services by         drainage and de-watering; assisting one or more
                                   contract and their          tradespersons; safely handle waste; and use tools,
                                   employees in the            plant and equipment; operating a laser when carrying
                                   classifications listed in   out leveling; read and interpret plans and
                                   Schedule                    specification; Plumbing and mechanical services
                                   B—Classification            tradesperson/Sprinkler fitter ;exercises skills involved
                                   Definitions; and            in fabrication, assembly, installation, repair,
                                   employers throughout        maintenance, testing, modifying, fault finding, design
                                   Australia with respect to   or commissioning of systems such as water supply,
                                   their employees engaged     sanitary, waste disposal and drainage, mechanical
                                   in the occupations of       services including heating, ventilation and
                                   plumbing and/or fire        airconditioning, irrigation, roofing, gas fitting or gas
                                   sprinkler fitting           consumer piping systems and fire sprinkler systems,
                                   classifications within      foam systems, deluge systems, C02 systems, pumps
                                   Schedule                    and pump control systems, hydrants, hose reels,
                                   B—Classification            combined systems or explosive suppression systems;
                                   Definitions, and to those   exercises diagnostic skills in respect of various systems
                                   employees.                  in plumbing and mechanical services. Advanced
                                                               plumbing and mechanical services
                                                               tradesperson/Sprinkler fitter.
Port Authorities Award   MA000051   This industry award          Perform basic civil/maintenance work; mooring
2010                                covers employers             deckhand, clean wharves and sheds; operate small
                                    throughout Australia who     plant, fork lifts (up to 10,000 kg), bob cats, sweepers,
                                    are port operators and       line markers; perform computer functions; operate
                                    their employees in the       small to medium size plant (over 10,000 kg), installs
                                    classifications listed in    wharf infrastructure bollards, fenders etc; concrete
                                    clause 13 to the exclusion   pouring and finishing; handle emergency equipment
                                    of any other modern          including oil booms and collecting gear; handle tapes
                                    award.                       and surveying equipment, winches and fixed cranes
                                    The award does not cover     for heavy floating; provide basic security functions
                                    maintenance contactors       including patrols, crowd control, and traffic
                                    covered by the following     management; hospitality work; basic dredge
                                    awards: the                  maintenance work on minor plant, loading stores and
                                    Manufacturing and            watch keeping; provide training; clerical and
                                    Associated Industries and    administrative activities; rigging and scaffolding
                                    Occupations Award 2010;      certificate; servicing of minor plant (non-trade work);
                                    or the Electrical,           inventory control and maintenance of records;
                                    Electronic and               provide security functions including Control Room and
                                    Communications               or CCTV; perform skilled trade or port related
                                    Contracting Award 2010.      activities such as boat master for vessels not
                                                                 exceeding 24 metres; operate light capacity cranes
                                                                 and or ships’ gear, heavy mechanical plant and
                                                                 equipment, operating trucks, operating bulk handling
                                                                 gantries/loaders, and basic servicing and maintenance
                                                                 of such equipment; perform maintenance and
                                                                 construction duties; qualified tradesperson; maintain
                                                                 radio and visual watch of shipping traffic; provide
                                                                 information on shipping movements; operate and
                                                                    maintain dredge equipment; maintain computer
                                                                    information relating to port activities which could
                                                                    include schedules, meteorology information and
                                                                    technical databases, and retrieve and analyse data
                                                                    related to the work performed; supervise employees;
                                                                    prepare technical reports; quality control;
                                                                    coordination of port services to ships; supervise
                                                                    general purpose hands on dredges; operate and
                                                                    service heavy shorebased cranes and equipment;
                                                                    install, repair, maintain, test, modify, commission or
                                                                    fault finding on machinery and equipment; ensure
                                                                    safe navigation and operation of a dredge in both
                                                                    confined waters and open seas (Master Class IV);
                                                                    organise, carry out and supervise routine dredge
                                                                    maintenance including electrical and electronic
                                                                    equipment; apply knowledge of enterprise operations
                                                                    and structures to complex issues and arrangements;
                                                                    diagnose and implement modification techniques;




                                                                    program work and projects and develop estimates;
                                                                    train and supervise employees; counsel staff for
                                                                    performance and work related matters; apply
                                                                    standardised practices and procedures in the conduct
                                                                    of a range of technical activities; provide written
                                                                    calculation and records of test results; set up,
                                                                    commission, operate and maintain electronic
                                                                    equipment or control systems; provide reports and
                                                                    recommendations to management on technical
                                                                    suitability of equipment, procedures, processes and
                                                                    test results; financial delegation responsibilities;
                                                                    oversee elements of project budget; determine
                                                                    standards and work objectives; counsel employees at
                                                                    lower levels for performance and work related
                                                                    matters; provide specialist consultancy services;
                                                                    determine and develop standardised methodology;
                                                                    conduct research into technological and other
                                                                    development which will impact on Section operations;
                                                                    team leader; plan, write and deliver training; supervise
                                                                    day to day activities of others and manage rosters and
                                                                    relief; modify established guides, devise new
                                                                    approaches, apply existing criteria in new manners,
                                                                    and draw conclusions from comparative situations;
                                                                    staff selection, training and discipline; Marine Pilot.




Ports, Harbours and      MA000052   This award covers               Master; Mate; engineer; general purpose hand;
Enclosed Water Vessels              employers throughout            deckhand; greaser; passenger attendant; turnstile
Award 2010                          Australia in the port,          attendant; boating attendant; host; fireman; trimmer;
                                    harbour and enclosed            linesman; cook; sailor; able seaman; leading hand;
                                    water vessels industry          shipkeeper; crane driver
                                    and their employees in
                                    the classifications listed in
                                    clause 13 to the exclusion
                                    of any other modern
                                    award.
Poultry Processing   MA000074   This industry award         Load and unload crate washer for finished product;
Award 2010                      covers employers            locate and remove residual feathers from carcasses on
                                throughout Australia in     the line; rehang poultry post-primary grading and/or
                                the poultry processing      including wet re-hanging or hanging on to automatic
                                industry and their          cut up, or operator scales, carton strapping, including
                                employees in the            minor adjustment and tape installation; maintain
                                classifications in this     plant hygiene, including laundering protective clothing
                                award to the exclusion of   in the factory environs; place a pad on a tray, a plastic
                                any other modern award      liner in a crate, or forming cartons manually or semi-
                                                            automatically; load trays into an automatic wrapping
                                                            machine and/or the hand application of stick-on labels
                                                            on tray packs or bags; move product between work
                                                            areas as directed/and or distributing ice throughout
                                                            the plant where required; receive incoming goods
                                                            and/or packaged products from the plant and/or
                                                            sorting and stacking products inside a freezer or chiller
                                                            room, and retrieving this product for despatch;
                                                            operate material handling equipment which may
                                                            require a licence, conveyer or shrink wrap machine;
                                                            vent opening, eviscerating, harvesting, pre-pack
                                                            presenter and evisceration checker; place a whole bird
                                                            and/or pieces into a plastic bag and/or clipping and/or
                                                            placing the bagged or bulk bird into a carton or crate
                                                            to quality standards; place a bird and/or pieces into a
                                                            plastic bag and/or clipping the bag on an automatic or
                                                            semi-automatic machine; sort and select pieces of
                                                            boneless




                                                            product to achieve random/set weights on valumatic
                                                            trays and presenting the product to quality
                                                            specifications which includes no blemishes, no
                                                            retention of viscera and no protrusions or overlap,
                                                            and to a standard specification layout; operate a nine
                                                            piece cut up machine; prepare, pack, and store
                                                            uncooked and cooked processed poultry products
                                                            using steam and/or other means of heating; perform
                                                            mincing, filling, de-bone machine operation, flavour
                                                            injector operation and mixer operation; operate a
                                                            weight labelling machine which automatically places a
                                                            price-weight label, entering product and/or price
                                                            coding and positioning labels; manually record the
                                                            type and weight of finished product from the packing
                                                            floor to storage; unload crates onto a dock; hanging
                                                            live birds; catching escaped birds; assisting in the back
                                                            up killing and restacking live bird crates; ensure the
                                                            accurate recording of product leaving the
                                                           chiller or freezer ready for loading into a truck for
                                                           despatch; drive a semi-trailer of any capacity within
                                                           plant environs; monitor livestock cooling devices;
                                                           rendering or digestion operators; de-bone poultry
                                                           manually, on a semi-automatic machine or an on-line
                                                           boning operation; measure and record the physical
                                                           properties of the whole bird or portions: this may
                                                           include temperature, flock assessment, scalding
                                                           characteristics, evisceration performance, water pick
                                                           up where appropriate, bacteria control measures and
                                                           preparation for laboratory staff and inspection
                                                           services; skilled use of a hand operated rotary saw to
                                                           cut the whole bird and/or pieces; primary grading of
                                                           whole birds immediately after exiting the water
                                                           and/or air chiller to predetermined quality
                                                           specifications, sorting and selecting to meet those
                                                           standards and placing the birds on shackles for
                                                           distribution within the packing plant; primary
                                                           operation and care of all appropriate materials
                                                           handling equipment under licence; train other process
                                                           employees.



Premixed Concrete   MA000057   This industry award       Batcher; allocater; tester; plant assistant; handle
Award 2010                     covers employers          materials; labouring; cleaning; operate batching plant;
                               throughout Australia in   operate associated plant including front end loader
                               the premixed concrete     driver, plant servicing; maintenance; operate
                               industry and their        computerised batching; test concrete; sample and test
                               employees in the          concrete; batching and dispatching; nominate starting
                               classifications listed in and/or finishing times for the employees and sub-
                               Schedule                  contract drivers working at, or from, the plant
                               B—Classification          concerned and accept responsibility for employee’s
                               Descriptors, to the       and sub-contractors time sheets being completed
                               exclusion of any other    correctly; order raw materials; arrange maintenance
                               modern award.             and/or repairs; apply discretion as to the provisions of
                                                         credit or acceptance of cheques; ensure trucks are
                               The award does not cover available an dauthorise truck hire; approve waiting
                               employers and their       time logs; accept responsibility and banking of monies
                               employees in the on-site received.
                               building, engineering and
                               civil construction
                               industry, covered by the
                               Building and Construction
                               General On-site Award
                               2010.
Professional Diving     MA000108   This industry award          Diver means an employee trained and certified in
Industry (Industrial)              covers employers             accordance with AS 2815 Parts 1-3 and experienced in
Award 2010                         throughout Australia         the use of Self-Contained Underwater Breathing
                                   engaged in the provision     Apparatus (SCUBA) and/or Surface Supplied Breathing
                                   of underwater services       Apparatus (SSBA) equipment, the physics and
                                   to industry, including       physiology of diving, underwater communication
                                   offshore exploration and     systems, use, inspection and maintenance of
                                   development diving and       compressed air supplies, operation and maintenance
                                   related shipboard            of underwater tools, preparation and operation of
                                   services, and their          compression chambers (Parts 1 and 2 under
                                   employees in the             supervision), the performance of underwater work,
                                   classifications listed in    first aid and the relevant legislation.
                                   Schedule                     Diver’s Attendant means an employee who has
                                   B—Classification             adequate knowledge of underwater work, the signals
                                   Structure to the exclusion   and communication devices used in diving operations,
                                   of any other modern          decompression procedures and equipment used in
                                   award.                       diving operations. The Diver’s Attendant will carry out
                                                                the functions of attending to a diver, including
                                                                assisting the diver to dress and undress, handling
                                                                hoses and/or lifelines and such other duties as may be
                                                                assigned by the diving supervisor but will not be
                                                                required to perform underwater services.
                                                                Diving Superintendent means an employee placed in
                                                                charge of a 24 hour diving operation to co-ordinate
                                                                the diving work and to relieve Diving Supervisors
                                                                engaged in that operation where and when necessary.




                                                                Diving Supervisor means a diver experienced in diving
                                                                and diving techniques, appointed by the employer in
                                                                writing to supervise diving operations, to instruct
                                                                other divers and to be responsible for safe diving
                                                                practices. The diving supervisor will also be competent
                                                                to supervise all classes of hydrocarbon exploration
                                                                and development diving applicable to and appropriate
                                                                to the particular operation which may include using
                                                                helium/oxygen or similar mixtures, using submarine
                                                                observation chambers and operating from submarine
                                                                working chambers. In addition, the diving supervisor is
                                                                responsible to the employer for other on-site
                                                                supervisory functions relating to matters within the
                                                                scope of this award, including liaison with other
                                                                companies, supervision of employees, keeping of
                                                                appropriate records and reports ensuring that all
                                                                equipment is kept and properly maintained to comply
                                                                with all rules and regulations and that all expendable
                                                                items are maintained at an acceptable stock level. An
                                                                employee must have worked as a diver for a period of
                                                                not less than six months before being designated as a
                                                                diving supervisor.
                                                                Hyperbaric Welder means an employee who is a
                                                                trained and certified diver and is a qualified welder
                                                                appointed to perform work in such capacity by the
                                                                employer.
                                                                  Life Support Technician means an employee who will,
                                                                  under the supervision of a diving supervisor, control
                                                                  and monitor all the systems and functions which
                                                                  relate to the life support, safety and health of any
                                                                  person inside hyperbaric chambers used in saturation
                                                                  diving.
                                                                  Operator (ADS Operations) means an operator in
                                                                  relation to ADS Operations as defined in clause 3.1.
                                                                  Senior Operator (OMB Operations) means an
                                                                  employee appointed as such to operate an
                                                                  observation manipulator bell as OMB, ARMS or MOB.
                                                                  Supervisor (ADS Operations) means a supervisor in
                                                                  relation to ADS Operations as defined in clause 3.1.
                                                                  Systems Maintenance Technician means an
                                                                  employee engaged specifically to perform
                                                                  maintenance and repair tasks on diving and ancillary
                                                                  equipment. Such an employee will typically have a
                                                                  relevant trade qualification and be familiar with diving
                                                                  operations.




Professional Diving       MA000109   This industry award          deckhands, cooks or skippers, in addition to
Industry (Recreational)              covers employers             instructing and supervising diving operations,
Award 2010                           throughout Australia         shopwork, interviewing prospective clients and other
                                     engaged in the provision     undefined duties.
                                     of underwater services       Dive instructor means an employee trained to train
                                     for the purposes of          other divers in accordance with AS 4005.2, .3, .4: 2000
                                     recreational diving and      and in keeping with the provisions of the operational
                                     related shipboard            standard AS/NZS 2299.3:2003.
                                     services and their           13.3 Dive master means an employee trained to the
                                     employees in the             level required of AS 4005.2, .3, .4: 2000 and in keeping
                                     classifications in clause    with the provisions of the operational standard
                                     14—Minimum wages to          AS/NZS 2299.3:2003.
                                     the exclusion of any other
                                     modern award.



Professional Employees    MA000065   This award covers            Graduate professional engineer; professional scientist;
Award 2010                           employers throughout         information technology employee
                                     Australia with respect to    Perform scientific/information technology analysis,
                                     their employees              design or computation; modify established guides and
                                     performing professional      devise new approaches; design or develop equipment
                                     engineering and              or product; consult, recommend and advise in
                                     professional scientific      specialty area; plan, direct, coordinate and supervise
                                     duties who are covered       other staff; short or long range planning; develop or
                                     by the classifications in    review policies and procedures; provide technical
                                     Schedule                     advice; coordinate work program; direct or advise on
                                     B—Classification             the use of equipment and materials; take technical
                                     Structure and Definitions    responsibility for product development; manage an
                                     of the award and those       audit team; coordinate a complete quality
                                     employees.                   management system audit; conduct projects; assign
                                                                  and outline work; review work on technical accuracy
                                                                  and adequacy; staff selection, training and discipline
Quarrying Award 2010   MA000037   This industry award             Operate light vehicles; Conduct crushing and
                                  covers employers                screening plant operations; Operate programmable
                                  throughout Australia in         logic control systems; Operate medium vehicles; and
                                  the Quarrying Industry          Conduct minor repairs and maintenance. Conduct face
                                  and their employees in          loader operations; Conduct sales loader operations;
                                  the classifications listed in   Service and handover front end loaders; Operate
                                  clause 16—Classifications       medium vehicles; Stockpile, load and dispatch
                                  to the exclusion of any         product; and Service quarry plant, vehicles and
                                  other modern award.             equipment. Conduct hydraulic shovel/excavators
                                                                  operations; Service and handover of hydraulic
                                                                  shovel/excavators; Operate medium vehicles; and
                                                                  Service quarry plant, vehicles and equipment.
                                                                  Conduct haul truck operations; Conduct bulk water
                                                                  truck operations; Service and handover of haul trucks;
                                                                  Operate medium vehicles; and Service quarry plant,
                                                                  vehicles and equipment. Conduct weighbridge
                                                                  operations; and Conduct minor repairs and
                                                                  maintenance. Conduct Site
                                                                 Laboratory operations; Conduct sampling operations;
                                                                 and Conduct minor repairs and maintenance.
                                                                 Conduct sand wash plant operations; Operate
                                                                 programmable logic control systems; Operate
                                                                 medium vehicles; and Conduct minor repairs and
                                                                 maintenance. Conduct drilling operations; Operate
                                                                 medium vehicles; and Conduct minor repairs and
                                                                 maintenance. Conduct shotfiring operations;
                                                                 Conduct blast survey; Operate medium vehicles; and
                                                                 Conduct minor repairs and maintenance. Conduct
                                                                 dozer operations; Conduct scraper operations;
                                                                 Conduct grader operations; Operate medium
                                                                 vehicles; and Service quarry plant, vehicles and
                                                                 equipment. Conduct non slewing crane operations;
                                                                 Conduct dogging operations; Conduct gantry crane
                                                                 operations; and Conduct minor repairs and
                                                                 maintenance Conduct dredge operations; and Service
                                                                 quarry plant, vehicles and equipment.




Racing Clubs Events   MA000013   This industry award             Racecourse attendant; Cloakroom attendant (not
Award 2010                       covers employers                handling cash), door attendant, gate person, general
                                 throughout Australia            attendant, parking attendant (not handling cash),
                                 engaged in the staging of       cleaning and utility person, catching pen attendant,
                                 events at Horse and             kennel attendant, numbers room attendant, parade
                                 Greyhound Racing                official, ticket examiner, ticket taker, turnstile
                                 Venues, including but not       attendant (not handling cash), usher. Assistant judge
                                 limited to thoroughbred,        (greyhound fixtures), jockey room attendant, parking
                                 harness, trotting and           attendant (handling cash), bookmakers’ price clerk,
                                 greyhound racing clubs,         cloak room attendant (handling cash), programme
                                 and their employees in          seller, raceday office assistant, scratching board
                                 the classifications listed in   attendant, teleprint semaphore board operator,
                                 clauses 17 and 18 to the        ticket/token seller, timekeeper (greyhound fixtures),
                                 exclusion of any other          turnstile attendant (handling cash), EFTPOS operator,
                                 modern award.                   general administration, general sales person, tour
                                                                 guide. Assistant starter, banker, barrier attendant,
                                                                 crowd controller, hare driver,



                                                                 kennel supervisor, raceday office assistant handling
                                                                 acceptances or wages, early gates, raceday veterinary
                                                                 assistant, starter (greyhounds), swab attendant, ticket
                                                                 seller operating a computer terminal with advance
                                                                 bookings facilities, supervisor of one to nine
                                                                 employees. Farrier, starter, mobile barrier driver,
                                                                 stewards patrol video camera operator, supervisor of
                                                                 ten or more employees. raceday official ; Ground
                                                                 announcer, bird cage attendant. Racecourse inspector,
                                                                 betting supervisor, assistant clerk of scales,
                                                                 identification official, assistant clerk of the course,
                                                                 timekeeper. Chief course inspector, clerk of scales,
                                                                 chief betting supervisor, clerk of the course, assistant
                                                                 judge. Raceday judge, raceday racecaller, bar
                                                                 attendant, cashier.
Racing Industry Ground   MA000014   This industry award            Gardening duties including the planting and trimming
Maintenance Award                   covers employers               of trees, sowing, planting and cutting of grass, and the
2010                                throughout Australia in        watering of plants, gardens, trees, lawns, and displays;
                                    the thoroughbred,              removes cuttings, rakes leaves, cleans/empties litter
                                    harness, trotting and          bins, cleans gutters/drains/culverts; routine
                                    greyhound racing               maintenance of turf, synthetic, artificial and other play
                                    industries and their           surfaces; track crossing attendant; performs non-
                                    employees in the               trade tasks incidental to their work. Operates,
                                    classifications in clause 13   maintains and adjusts turf machinery under general
                                    of this award who are          supervision; cleans machinery and inspects
                                    engaged in the                 machinery after each use under general supervision;
                                    maintenance of racing          applies fertilisers, fungicides, herbicides and
                                    venues to the exclusion of     insecticides under general supervision; gardening
                                    any other modern award.        duties including the planting and trimming of trees,
                                                                   sowing, planting and cutting of grass, and the
                                                                   watering of plants, gardens, trees, lawns and displays;
                                                                   removes cuttings, rakes leaves, cleans/empties litter
                                                                   bins, cleans gutters/drains/culverts; performs routine
                                                                   maintenance of turf, synthetic, artificial and other play
                                                                   surfaces; track crossing attendant; Tradesperson;
                                                                   operates, maintains and adjusts turf machinery as
                                                                   appropriate; cleans machinery and inspects
                                                                   machinery after each use, reporting any problems to a
                                                                   management employee; applies fertilisers, fungicides,
                                                                   herbicides and insecticides as directed by a
                                                                   management employee; prepares turf, synthetic,
                                                                   artificial and other surfaces for play; maintenance and
                                                                   repair of vehicles and/or




                                                                   motor engines; repair and minor renovation work
                                                                   involving carpentry and/or painting and/or welding;
                                                                   formation and maintenance of all gardens, lawns and
                                                                   greens; and/or the planting, maintenance and care of
                                                                   trees. Trackwork and Pool Supervisor ; Management
                                                                   Employee; responsible for supervision of all staff
                                                                   involved in daily course maintenance; responsible for
                                                                   the planning, scheduling and supervision of all aspects
                                                                   of turf maintenance; supervises and participates in
                                                                   the operation and maintenance of pumps, irrigation
                                                                   equipment and drainage systems; instructs operators
                                                                   in the safe and efficient operation of all equipment
                                                                   associated with turf maintenance; supervises the
                                                                   majority of chemical and fertiliser applications and
                                                                   undertakes the appropriate training of operators in
                                                                   this field; allocates specific daily duties having regard
                                                                   to the scheduled work program; responsible for the
                                                                   implementation of all major turf projects for the
                                                                   facility according to the Course Architect’s design;
                                                                 responsible for the development of an annual work
                                                                 program for all outdoor staff that incorporates both
                                                                 further development and continued maintenance;
                                                                 responsible for supervision of all outdoor staff; )
                                                                 responsible for the operation and maintenance of all
                                                                 turf equipment; responsible for all occupational
                                                                 health and safety management in outdoor areas;
                                                                 responsible for purchasing within the limits imposed
                                                                 by the club policy and the definition of the budget;
                                                                 and/or responsible for ensuring that all administrative
                                                                 systems are complied with by the staff under their
                                                                 direction.


Rail Industry Award 2010 MA000015   This industry award       Coverage for general labouring and cleaning, clerical
                                    covers employers          and railway operators
                                    throughout Australia who
                                    are Rail Transport
                                    Operators and their
                                    employees in the
                                    classifications listed in
                                    clause 14.1 to the
                                    exclusion of any other
                                    modern award.
Real Estate Industry   MA000106     This award covers            Property Sales Classifications
Award 2010                          employers in Australia       Property Sales Associate: The Property Sales
                                    engaged in the Real          Associate is engaged to assist Property Sales
                                    Estate Industry in respect   Representative(s) in the listing and/or sale of real
                                    to their employees           property or businesses and/or alternatively, in the
                                    engaged in classifications   leasing of commercial, industrial or retail property
                                    in clause 14—Minimum         Property Sales Supervisor: Provide leadership in the
                                    weekly wages to the          workplace; Supervise and/or manage work team(s);
                                    exclusion of any other       Ensure compliance with the various obligations
                                    modern award.                imposed under relevant real estate law; Implement
                                    This award does not          and/or supervise quality customer service; Develop
                                    cover employers and          and/or supervise operational plans; Manage personal
                                    employees covered by         work priorities and professional development of self
                                    the Banking, Finance and     and others in the work team(s); Facilitate change and
                                    Insurance Award 2010.        innovation; Resolve customer complaints; Develop
                                                                 and implement customer service strategies;
                                                                 Involvement in selling of real property or businesses,
                                                                 or leasing of commercial property; and Responsibility
                                                                 for the overall supervision of the office as a licensed
                                                                 real estate agent and as required under real estate
                                                                 law.
                                                                 Property Management Classifications
                                                                 Property Management Associate: In this
                                                                 classification, the term more senior person means a
                                                                 Property or Strata Management Supervisor or
                                                                 Property Management Representative, or the
                                                                 employer. A Property Management Associate works
                                                                 under the supervision of, and assists and/or
carries out duties and functions as directed by a more
senior person, in the management of real property, be
responsible for a single function (e.g. property
inspections, or organisation of repairs). Act as liaison
between tenants and property owners regarding
prospective tenants, agreements, repairs and tenancy
termination; Collect rents from tenants and issue
rental receipts; Investigate and arrange for the
collection of rental arrears; Generate property status
reports as required by a more senior person; Prepare
and update rental lists and websites; and Prepare
advertising material and brochures for properties to
be tenanted.
Property Management Representative: Prospect for
and secure new property managements; Complete
documentation including agency agreements, tenancy
agreements and rental bond documents; organise
property repairs and maintenance, including property
condition reports; Provide advice to property owners
and tenants on preventative and planned
maintenance; Assess and process tenancy
applications; Control tenancies; Collect rents; Account
for rents and expenses to property owners; Manage
rental arrears; Conduct property inspections and
prepare inventory and condition reports; Appear
before, and provide




advice to property owners on, Residential Tenancy
Tribunal matters (including termination of tenancies);
Complete strata management documentation; and
Carry out all duties and functions required for strata
management.
Property Management Supervisor: Provide
leadership in the workplace; Supervise and/or manage
work team(s); Ensure compliance with the various
obligations imposed under relevant real estate law;
Implement and/or supervise quality customer service;
Develop and/or supervise operational plans; Manage
personal work priorities and professional
development of self and others in the work team(s);
Facilitate change and innovation; Resolve customer
complaints; Develop and implement customer service
strategies; and Supervise a portfolio of rental
properties.
Community Title Management Classifications
Strata and Community Title Management employees
are concerned with the day to day operations and
management of common property on behalf of
owner’s corporations or bodies corporate under
relevant community title and/or strata schemes
legislation. They are not real estate property
managers in the context of real estate agency
practice.
                                                                Strata/Community Title Management
                                                                Representative: A Strata/Community Title
                                                                Management Representative is engaged, on behalf of
                                                                the employer, in the management of a portfolio of
                                                                owners’ corporations, strata and or community title
                                                                common properties (residential, commercial,
                                                                industrial, retail, special use and resort
                                                                accommodation, etc).
                                                                Strata/Community Title Management Supervisor:
                                                                Develop and/or supervise operational plans; Manage
                                                                and develop teams and individuals; Plan and manage
                                                                business finances for the organization and clients;
                                                                Manage and resolve customer complaints; Develop
                                                                and implement customer service strategies; Supervise
                                                                and manage a portfolio of strata/community title
                                                                schemes; Establish business networks; Develop and
                                                                manage property or facilities contracts, etc; Manage
                                                                and monitor safe workplace practices; and Develop
                                                                and manage an ethical framework for business
                                                                operations.




Registered and Licensed MA000058   This award covers            Food and beverage attendant; food and beverage
Clubs Award 2010                   employers of employees       supervisor; liquor service employee: Pick up glasses;
                                   engaged in the               empty ashtrays; service to customers; remove food
                                   performance of all or any    plates; set or wipe down tables; clean and tidy
                                   work in or in connection     associated areas; supply, dispense or mix liquor; sell
                                   with or for clubs            liquor from the bottle department; assist in the cellar
                                   registered or recognised     or bottle department; waiting duties of
                                   under State, Territory or    food/beverage; receive and dispense monies; attend
                                   Commonwealth                 snack bar; delivery duties; assemble and prepare
                                   legislation and their        ingredients for cooking; general pantry duties; operate
                                   employees in the             a mechanical lifting device; attend a wagering
                                   classifications within       terminal (TAB), electronic gaming terminal or similar;
                                   Schedule                     control cellar or liquor store; mix sophisticated drinks;
                                   B—Classification             supervise staff; take reservations, greet and seat
                                   Definitions, to the          guests; train staff;
                                   exclusion of any other       Kitchen attendant; cook; commi chef or equivalent;
                                   modern award.                demi chef; chef de partie; clean in a kitchen or food
                                   This award does not apply    preparation area and scullery; assemble and prepare
                                   to employees of              ingredients for cooking; general pantry duties;
                                   employers who are            specialised non-cooking duties; train and coordinate
                                   covered by the following     kitchen attendants; cook breakfasts and snacks;
                                   awards: Hospitality          baking, pastry cooking, butchering; order and stock
                                   Industry (General) Award     control.
                                   2010; Cleaning Services      Guest service; guest service supervisor; front office:
                                   Award 2010; Racing           laundry and/or linen duties which may include repairs
                                   Industry Ground              to linen or clothing such as buttons, zips, seams, and
                                   Maintenance Award            working with flat materials; collect and deliver guests’
                                   2010; or Security Services   personal dry cleaning and laundry, linen and
                                   Industry Award 2010.         associated materials to and from accommodation
                                                                areas; perform general cleaning duties; park guest
                                                                cars; service accommodation areas and
cleaning thereof; receive and assist guests at the
entrance; drive a passenger vehicle or courtesy bus;
transfer guests’ baggage to and from rooms; assist in
dry cleaning process; cleaning duties using specialised
equipment and chemicals; provide butler services
such as food, beverage and personalised guest
service; supervise employees of a lower grade;
supervise, train and coordinate employees; night
auditing, reception duties; cashier, information
services or reservations.
Administration; clerical; clerical supervisor: Clerical
and office duties; personal assistant duties; staff
training.
Security: doorperson/security officer; maintain dress
standards and good order; timekeeping of staff;
security of keys; check in and out of delivery vehicles;
supervise staff of lower grade.
Leisure attendant: attend a shop associated with the
club’s activities; act as an instructor, pool attendant
and/or can be responsible for the setting up,
distribution and care of equipment, and the taking of
bookings; direct leisure activities such as sporting
areas, health clubs and swimming pools; plan and
coordinate leisure activities; supervise staff; instruct
aqua aerobics, aerobics, pump, step aerobics, boxing
circuits, circuits, walking, cardiac class, yoga or similar
disciplines.
Storeperson: receive and store general and perishable
goods; clean the store area; operate mechanical lifting
equipment;
implement quality control techniques and procedures;
direct and guide other employees; training and
induction; liaise with management, suppliers and
customers; maintain control registers including
inventory control; prepare and reconcile regular
reports or stock movements, dispatches, etc;
supervise the receipt and delivery of goods, records,
outgoing goods, responsible for the contents of a
store.
Ground maintenance: maintenance and horticultural
employee; keep areas clean and tidy; weeding and
watering; trimming, mowing of surrounds, etc., with
hand implements; prepare areas for play; green
maintenance and construction; operate vehicles;
operate motorised equipment; maintain, renovate
and reconstruct greens and fairways; maintain playing
surfaces; mowing, rolling, top dressing, seeding,
turfing and sprigging, fertilising under supervision,
planting and maintenance of trees, pruning; apply
fertilisers, fungicides, herbicides and insecticides;
gardening duties including the planting and trimming
of trees, sowing, planting and cutting of grass, and the
watering of plants, gardens, trees, lawns and displays;
perform routine maintenance of turf, synthetic,
artificial and other play surfaces; prepare records;
construct and install facilities and systems; operate,
maintain and adjust turf machinery; clean and inspect
machinery; maintain and repair vehicles or engines;
repair and minor renovation work involving carpentry
and/or painting and/or welding; form and




maintain gardens, lawns and greens; plant, maintain
and care for trees; training and supervise employees
of a lower grade; prepare written or verbal reports;
specialist activities; plan, schedule and supervise all
aspects of turf maintenance; supervise, participate,
operate and maintain pumps, irrigation equipment
and drainage systems; develop annual work program
for outdoor staff; supervise outdoor staff; purchasing.
Handyperson: routine repair work and maintenance
Club managers: administration; organise and control
office staff activities; supervise wages preparation and
verification; supervise preparation of membership lists
and registers; prepare statutory returns relating to
poker machines, financial performance, tax, licensing
etc; interpret and apply legislation and regulations
relating to industrial relations, corporations and
associations, taxation, trade practices, liquor, gaming
and food, workplace health and safety,
accommodation, security, registered clubs;
accounting; leave; negotiations with staff and/or
unions; personnel/human resources; establish
procedures and policies relating to positive
employment practices; delegate authority and
                                                                 responsibility; supervise staff; staff selection;
                                                                 supervise all aspects of bar operations, catering
                                                                 operations, poker machine/gaming and wagering
                                                                 operations, premises operations, club promotion, club
                                                                 entertainment/function, club sporting/greens and
                                                                 course operations, club information and technology
                                                                 operations, club commitment and involvement with
                                                                 sporting, charity and community activities, club
                                                                 external relations.


Restaurant Industry   MA000119   This industry award             Introductory level
Award 2010                       covers employers                Food and beverage: picking up glasses; general
                                 throughout Australia in         assistance to food and beverage attendants of a
                                 the restaurant industry         higher grade not including service to customers;
                                 and their employees in          removing food plates; setting and/or wiping down
                                 the classifications listed in   tables; and cleaning and tidying of associated areas.
                                 Schedule                        Food and beverage attendant grade 2: supplying,
                                 B—Classification                dispensing or mixing of liquor; assisting in the cellar;
                                 Structure and Definitions       undertaking general waiting duties of both food
                                 to the exclusion of any         and/or beverage including cleaning of tables; receipt
                                 other modern award.             of monies; attending a snack bar; and delivery duties.
                                                                 Food and beverage attendant grade 3: supplying,
                                                                 dispensing or mixing of liquor; assisting in the cellar;
                                                                 undertaking general waiting duties of both food and
                                                                 liquor including cleaning of tables; receipt of monies;
                                                                 assisting in the training and supervision of food and
                                                                 beverage attendants of a lower grade; delivery duties;
                                                                 and taking reservations, greeting and seating guests.
                                                                 Food and beverage attendant grade 4 (tradesperson)
                                                                 carries out specialised skilled duties in a fine dining
                                                                 room or restaurant.
                                                                 Food and beverage supervisor means an employee
                                                                 who has supervision, training and co-ordination of
                                                                 food and beverage staff, or stock control for a bar or
                                                                 series of bars.
                                                                 Kitchen
                                                                 Kitchen attendant grade 1: general cleaning duties
                                                                 within a kitchen or food
preparation area and scullery, including the cleaning
of cooking and general utensils used in a kitchen and
restaurant; assisting employees who are cooking;
assembly and preparation of ingredients for cooking;
and general pantry duties.
Kitchen attendant grade 2: means an employee
engaged in specialised non-cooking duties in a kitchen
or food preparation area, or supervision of kitchen
attendants.
Kitchen attendant grade 3: means an employee who
has the appropriate level of training including a
supervisory course, and has the responsibility for the
supervision, training and co-ordination of kitchen
attendants of a lower grade.
Cook grade 1: means an employee who carries out
cooking of breakfasts and snacks, baking, pastry
cooking or butchering.
Cook grade 2 means an employee who has the
appropriate level of training and who performs
cooking duties such as baking, pastry cooking or
butchering.
Cook grade 3:(tradesperson): means a commi chef or
equivalent who has completed an apprenticeship or
who has passed the appropriate trade test or who has
the appropriate level of training, and who is engaged
in cooking, baking, pastry cooking or butchering
duties.
Cook grade 4 (tradesperson): means a demi chef is
engaged to perform general or specialised cooking,
butchering, baking or
pastry cooking duties and/or supervises and trains
other cooks and kitchen employees.
Cook grade 5 (tradesperson): general and specialised
duties including supervision or training of other
kitchen staff; ordering and stock control; and solely
responsible for other cooks and other kitchen
employees in a single kitchen establishment.
Administrative and general
Clerical grade 1 means an employee who is required
to perform basic clerical and routine office duties such
as collating, filing, photocopying, and delivering
messages.
Clerical grade 2 means an employee who is engaged
in general clerical or office duties, such as typing,
filing, basic data entry and calculating functions.
Clerical grade 3 means an employee who has the
appropriate level of training and who performs any of
the following: operates adding machines,
switchboard, paging system and calculator; keyboard
and function keys to enter and retrieve data through
computer terminal; copy types at 25 words per
minute with 98% accuracy; maintains mail register
and records; formats, touch types at 40 words per
minute with 98% accuracy, audio types; maintains
financial records and journals, collects and prepares
time and wage records, prepares accounts queries
from debtors, posts transactions to ledger.




Clerical supervisor means an employee who has the
appropriate level of training including a supervisory
course and who co-ordinates other clerical staff.
Stores
Storeperson grade 1 means an employee who
receives and stores general and perishable goods and
cleans the store area.
Storeperson grade 2 means an employee who, in
addition to the duties for a storeperson grade 1, may
also operate mechanical lifting equipment such as a
fork-lift and/or who may perform duties of more
complex nature.
Storeperson grade 3 means an employee who has the
appropriate level of training and who: implements
quality control techniques and procedures;
understands and is responsible for a
stores/warehouse area or a large section of such an
area; has a highly developed level of interpersonal and
communication skills; is able to supervise and provide
direction and guidance to other employees including
the ability to assist in the provision of on-the-job
training and induction; exercises discretion within the
scope of this grade; and may exercise skills attained
through the successful completion of an appropriate
warehousing certificate, liaising with management,
suppliers and customers with respect to stores
operations; detailing and co-ordinating activities of
other storepersons and acting in a
                                                               leading hand capacity for in excess of 10 storepersons;
                                                               maintaining control registers including inventory
                                                               control and being responsible for preparation and
                                                               reconciliation of regular reports or stock movements,
                                                               dispatches, etc.; and supervises the receipt and
                                                               delivery of goods, records, outgoing goods,
                                                               responsible for the contents of a store.
                                                               Security
                                                               Doorperson/security officer grade 1 means a person
                                                               who assists in maintenance of dress standards and
                                                               good order at an establishment.
                                                               Timekeeper/security officer grade 2 means a person
                                                               who is responsible for timekeeping of staff, for the
                                                               security of keys, for the checking in and out of delivery
                                                               vehicles and/or for the supervision of
                                                               doorperson/security officer grade 1 personnel.
                                                               Handyperson
                                                               Handyperson means a person who is not a
                                                               tradesperson and whose duties include the
                                                               performance of routine repair work and maintenance
                                                               in and about the employer’s premises.




Road Transport (Long   MA000039   This industry award          1: Driver of two axle rigid vehicle up to 13.9 tonnes
Distance Operations)              covers employers             GVM. Capacity up to eight tonnes.
Award 2010                        throughout Australia in      2: Driver of three axle rigid vehicle over 13.9 tonnes
                                  the private transport        GVM. Capacity over eight and up to 12 tonnes.
                                  industry engaged in long     3: Driver of four axle rigid vehicle over 13.9 tonnes
                                  distance operations and      GVM.
                                  their employees in the       Driver of rigid vehicle and heavy trailer combination
                                  classifications listed in    with GCM of 22.4 tonnes or less.
                                  Schedule                     Driver of articulated vehicle with GCM of 22.4 tonnes
                                  A—Classification             or less.
                                  Structure to the exclusion   Capacity over 12 tonnes.
                                  of any other modern          4: Driver of rigid vehicle and heavy trailer combination
                                  award.                       with GCM over 22.4 tonnes but not more than 42.5
                                                               tonnes.
                                                               Driver of articulated vehicle with GCM over 22.4
                                                               tonnes.
                                                               Driver of low loader (as defined) with GCM of 43
                                                               tonnes or less.
                                                               Capacity up to 24 tonnes.
                                                               5: Driver of double articulated vehicle with GCM 53.4
                                                               tonnes or less (includes B-doubles).
                                                               Driver of low loader (as defined) with GCM over 43
                                                               tonnes.
                                                               6: Driver of rigid vehicle and trailer(s) or double
                                                               articulated vehicle with GCM over 53.4 tonnes
                                                               (includes B-doubles).
                                                               Multi-axle trailing equipment up to 70 tonnes
                                                               capacity.
                                                               7: Driver of road train or triple articulated vehicle
                                                               exceeding 94 tonnes GCM.
                                                               8: Multi-axle trailing equipment.
Road Transport and      MA000038   This industry award      Distribution facility employee; storing and packing of
Distribution Award 2010            covers employers         goods and materials in accordance with appropriate
                                   throughout Australia in  procedures and/or regulations; preparation and
                                   the Road Transport       receipt of appropriate documentation including liaison
                                   andDdistribution         with suppliers; allocating and retrieving goods from
                                   Industry and their       specific warehouse areas; basic visual display unit
                                   employees in the         (VDU) operation; periodic housekeeping and stock-
                                   classifications listed inchecks; or operating company small delivery vehicle;
                                   clause 15—Classificationsinventory and distribution facility control, including:
                                   and minimum wage rates   licensed operation of all appropriate materials
                                   to the exclusion of any  handling equipment; use of tools and equipment
                                   other modern award.      within the warehouse (basic non-trades
                                                            maintenance); operates three to six tonne truck; use
                                    This award does not     of a VDU for purposes such as the maintenance of a
                                   cover employers and      deposit storage system, information input/retrieval,
                                   employees covered by     etc; operation of all materials handling equipment
                                   the following awards:    under license, where required; development and
                                   Mining Industry Award    refinement of a distribution facility layout including
                                   2010; Road Transport     proper location of goods and their receipt and
                                   (Long Distance           dispatch; or operates truck with a capacity in excess
                                   Operations) Award 2010 of six tonnes up to and including 13.9 tonnes GMV;
                                   whilst undertaking long liaising with management, suppliers and customers
                                   distance operations;     with respect to distribution facility operations;
                                   Transport (Cash in       detailing and co-ordinating activities of other
                                   Transit) Award 2010; and distribution facility workers; or maintaining control
                                    Waste Management        registers including inventory control and being
                                   Award 2010.              responsible for the preparation and reconciliation of
                                                            regular reports or stock movement, dispatches, etc .




                                                               Transport workers; greaser and cleaner, yard person,
                                                               vehicle washer and detailer, motor driver’s
                                                               assistant/furniture removers’ assistant; Loader—other
                                                               than freight forwarder; Courier—foot or bicycle;
                                                               Courier—foot or bicycle; General hand; Tow motor
                                                               driver; Driver; forklift driver, Concrete mixer driver;
                                                               distribution facility employee, Straddle tuck driver,
                                                               weighbridge attendant, radio operator, Driver oil
                                                               tractor.
Salt Industry Award 2010 MA000107   This industry award           Level 1 to 5 of the following:
                                    covers employers              Salt industry services employees: A Salt industry
                                    throughout Australia who      services employee is designated as such by their
                                    are engaged in the Salt       employer and performs all tasks as directed by their
                                    Industry in respect of        employer which include but are not limited to
                                    work by their employees       labouring, assisting work crews and tradespersons,
                                    engaged in the                operation of plant and equipment (including mobile
                                    classifications listed in     plant), maintenance work on plant, equipment,
                                    Schedule                      buildings or camps, performance of general plant,
                                    B—Classification and          stores, workshop, warehouse, packaging, and marine
                                    Structure, to the             interface tasks, resource assessment, preparing and
                                    exclusion of any other        cleaning equipment and materials and on-site catering
                                    modern award.                 cleaning and security. This classification group also
                                    Definition of salt industry   encompasses work performed by laboratory
                                    For the purposes of this      personnel, who do not hold tertiary qualifications.
                                    clause salt industry          Salt industry production and haulage employees: A
                                    means:                        Salt industry production and haulage employee is
                                    (a) the producing,            designated as such by their employer and performs all
                                    gathering, extracting,        tasks as directed by their employer which include but
                                    harvesting, storing,          are not limited to production activities (including
                                    distributing, packaging,      labouring, sampling, spotting), operating all forms of
                                    manufacturing, treating,      plant and equipment (including mobile plant) and
                                    refining, brine handling,     operating equipment used in the transportation,
                                    processing and                handling, loading (or discharge) and shipping of salt.
                                    transporting, shipping
                                    and




                                    conveying of salt and         Salt industry processing employees: A Salt industry
                                    incidental related work by    processing employee is designated as such by their
                                    employees of the              employer and performs all tasks as directed by their
                                    employer;                     employer which include but are not limited to
                                    (b) the servicing,            operating and adjusting all plant equipment (and
                                    maintaining (including        associated control panels) utilised in salt processing
                                    mechanical, electrical,       and refining operations and issuing clearances and
                                    fabricating or                permits as required.
                                    engineering) or repairing     Salt industry maintenance trades employees: A Salt
                                    of plant and equipment        industry maintenance trades employee is designated
                                    or camp facilities used in    as such by their employer, performs all tasks as
                                    the activities set out in     directed by their employer and is trade qualified.
                                    clause 4.2(a) by
employees employed by
employers principally
engaged in the salt
industry; and
(c) the provision of
temporary labour services
used in the activities set
out in clauses 4.2(a) and
(b), by temporary labour
personnel principally
engaged to perform work
at a location where the
activities described in
clause 4.2(a) and (b) are
being performed.
4.3 This award covers
employers which provide
group training or related
temporary



employment services for
apprentices and trainees
engaged in the industry
and/or parts of industry
set out at clause 4.1 and
those apprentices and
trainees engaged by a
group training or related
temporary employment
service hosted by a
company to perform
work at a location where
the activities described
herein are being
performed. This
subclause operates
subject to the exclusions
from coverage in this
award.
Seafood Processing    MA000068     This industry award         Process attendant; sort; grade; trim; wash and
Award 2010                         covers employers            package fish, seafood and marine produts; fillet;
                                   throughout Australia in     weigh; clean fish or shellfish; precise grading, marking
                                   the Seafood Processing      and inspection; drain, tail, pickle, crumb and cook
                                   Industry and their          seafood; chill fish and shellfish; seal, stop and stamp
                                   employees who are           cartons; bulk packaging; operate single function fish
                                   covered by the              processing equipment; operate a can closure machine;
                                   classifications in this     pack in a standard container; maintain records and
                                   award to the exclusion of   documentation; operate cold storage chiller and
                                   any other modern award.     freezer and refrigeration equipment; operate forklift;
                                                               operate steam raising equipment; specialist filleting;
                                                               set and operate a retort; set up and monitor can
                                                               closure operations; specialist shucking; supervise and
                                                               coordinate a single processing section or table; quality
                                                               assurance.




Seagoing Industry Award MA000122   This industry award         Dry cargo vessels of up to 19 000 tonnes (D.C. Cat 1)
2010                               covers employers which      Master, Chief engineer, First mate/First engineer,
                                   are engaged in the          Second mate/Second engineer,Third mate/Third
                                   Seagoing Industry and       engineer, Chief integrated rating/Chief cook/Chief
                                   their employees in the      steward, Second cook
                                   classifications listed in   Integrated rating/Assistant steward/Catering
                                   clause 13—Classifications   attendant
                                   and minimum wage rates      Dry cargo vessels of between 19 000 and 39 000
                                   to the exclusion of any     tonnes (D.C. Cat 2)
                                   other modern award.         Master, Chief engineer, First mate/First engineer,
                                                               Second mate/Second engineer, Third mate/Third
                                                               engineer, Chief integrated rating/Chief cook/Chief
                                                               steward, Second cook,
                                                               Integrated rating/Assistant steward/Catering
                                                               attendant
                                                               Dry cargo vessels over 39 000 tonnes (D.C. Cat 3)
                                                               Master, Chief engineer, First mate/First engineer,
                                                               Second mate/Second engineer, Third mate/Third
                                                               engineer, Chief integrated rating/Chief cook/Chief
                                                               steward, Second cook
                                                               Integrated rating/Assistant steward/Catering
                                                               attendant
                                                               Crude tankers
                                                               Master, Chief engineer, First mate/First engineer,
                                                               Second mate/Second engineer, Third mate/Third
                                                               engineer, Chief integrated rating/Chief cook/Chief
                                                               steward, Second cook
                                                               Integrated rating/Assistant steward/Catering
                                                               attendant
                                                                    Other (product) tankers
                                                                    First mate/First engineer, Second mate/Second
                                                                    engineer, Third mate/Third engineer, Chief integrated
                                                                    rating/Chief cook/Chief steward, Second cook,
                                                                    Integrated rating/Assistant steward/Catering
                                                                    attendant
                                                                    Gas carriers
                                                                    Master, Chief engineer, First mate/First engineer,
                                                                    Second mate/Second engineer, Third mate/Third
                                                                    engineer, Chief integrated rating/Chief cook/Chief
                                                                    steward, Second cook
                                                                    Integrated rating/Assistant steward/Catering
                                                                    attendant

                                                                    The training, qualifications, roles and responsibilities
                                                                    of the classification of employees included in the
                                                                    tables above are incorporated in Australian Marine
                                                                    Orders—Part 3, the Navigation Act 1912 (Cth) and
                                                                    other relevant State Flag requirements.


Security Services Industry MA000016   This industry award           Security Officer; basic crowd control functions
Award 2010                            covers employers              including at shopping centres, major events, sporting
                                      throughout Australia in       tournaments, nightclubs, sporting venues and other
                                      the Security Services         entertainment venues or public areas where events,
                                      Industry and their            concerts or similar activities are conducted; be
                                      employees in the              stationed at an entrance/exit, where principal duties
                                      classifications listed in     will include the control of movement of persons,
                                      Schedule                      vehicles, goods/property coming out of or going into
                                      B—Classifications to the      premises or property, including vehicles carrying
                                      exclusion of any other        goods of any description, to ensure that the quantity
                                      modern award. This            and description of such goods is in accordance with
                                      award does not cover an       the requirements of the relevant document/gate pass;
                                      employer in respect of:       respond to basic fire/security alarms at their
                                      any cash-in-transit           designated post; in performing the duties referred to
                                      portion of the employer’s     above the officer may be required to use electronic
                                      business; the operation       equipment such as hand-held scanners and simple
                                      of prisons, correctional or   closed circuit television systems utilising basic
                                      other detention facilities;   keyboard skills which do not require data input; and
                                      the installation,             provide safety induction to employees, contractors or
                                      maintenance or repair of      visitors to the site; act as first response to security
                                      electronic alarm and/or       incidents/matters; duties of securing, watching,
                                      monitoring systems; or        guarding, protecting as directed, including responses
                                      the installation,             to alarm signals and attendances at and minor non-
                                      maintenance, repair or        technical servicing of ATMs. Such work must not be
                                      replenishing of ATMs.         undertaken alone and must not include cash
replenishment at ATMs; patrol in a vehicle two or
more separate establishments or sites, including
where more than one site held by the same business
is patrolled; monitor and respond to electronic
intrusion detection or access control equipment
terminating at a visual display unit and/or
computerised printout (except for simple closed
circuit television systems). Such work must not
include complex data input into a computer; monitor
and act upon walk-through electromagnetic detectors;
and/or monitor, interpret and act upon screen images
using x-ray imaging equipment; operate a public
weigh-bridge; record and/or report security incidents
or matters on a computer based system; and control
a dog used to assist the security officer to carry out
the duties of watching, guarding or protecting
persons, premises or property. C control of movement
of persons, vehicles, stock and material at gatehouses
and similar locations utilising monitoring and
operating computer based systems requiring data
input, including manipulation of spreadsheet based
computer programs or other advanced monitoring
system; monitor and operate, under supervision,
building operation systems terminating at a visual
display unit or computerised printout, including the
monitoring of complex fire alarms, water
towers/chillers, temperatures and other similar
building operational system functions; stock and
material control at computerised
                                                                 gatehouses and similar locations requiring data input
                                                                 and manipulation of computer programs e.g.
                                                                 Microsoft Excel and other similar computer programs;
                                                                 and provide safety induction to employees,
                                                                 contractors or visitors to the site. Monitoring,
                                                                 recording, inputting information or reacting to signals
                                                                 and instruments related to electronic surveillance of
                                                                 any kind within a central station or at a particular
                                                                 location; keyboard operation to alter the parameters
                                                                 within an integrated intelligent building management
                                                                 and/or security system, including operating computer
                                                                 programs which have the ability to lock/unlock doors,
                                                                 program access cards, audit door access by individual
                                                                 as well as recording time and date of access; and c)
                                                                 the coordinating, monitoring or recording of the
                                                                 activities of security officers utilising a verbal or
                                                                 computer based communications system within a
                                                                 central station. Keyboard operation to alter the
                                                                 parameters within an integrated intelligent building
                                                                 management and/or security system including
                                                                 operating computer programs which have the ability
                                                                 to remotely lock/unlock doors, program access cards,
                                                                 audit and record door access by individuals as well as
                                                                 recording time and date of access; and the
                                                                 coordinating, monitoring or recording of the activities
                                                                 of security officers utilising a verbal or computer
                                                                 based communications system with a central station
                                                                 at the particular site.




Silviculture Award 2010   MA000040   This industry award         Silviculture and afforestation worker ; labourer ;
                                     covers employers            assistant powder monkey, axeperson, chainperson,
                                     throughout Australia in     tower person, an employee engaged in pruning,
                                     the industry of             planting, and assessment, fertilising, thinning, fire
                                     Silviculture and            guard, fire pump operator, pick and shovel and slasher
                                     Afforestation and their     operator, seed collector (fallen trees); tree lifting or
                                     employees in the            the collection of field data (e.g. insect monitoring,
                                     classifications listed in   survival counts, regeneration surveys, eagle nest
                                     clause 13—Classifications   searches, etc) or an employee not elsewhere
                                     to the exclusion of any     classified. Chainsaw operator, fencer fire guard (with
                                     other modern award. For     certificate), patrol person, powder monkey, utility
                                     the purpose of this         person, noxious weed employee, propagator, seed
                                     clause, silviculture and    collector (standing trees), vermin destroyer, power
                                     afforestation means         driven portable saw operator, fire pump operator
                                     planting, pruning,          (with certificate); or an employee engaged in bushfire
                                     fertilising and any other   fighting and/or other fire suppression duties including
                                     activity in or in           tree falling as part of or as an incidental duty of
                                     connection with the         firefighting or fire suppression activity; tool sharpener,
                                     establishment or            tree climber, tree measurer, treemarker or
                                     cultivation of trees in     storeperson.
                                     forests.
Social, Community,       MA000100   This industry award             Social and Community Services Employees
Home Care and Disability            covers employers                Social and community services employee level 1 to
Services Industry Award             throughout Australia in         8:
                                    the:                            Undertake routine activities of a clerical and/or
2010
                                    (a) crisis assistance and       support nature; undertake straightforward operation
                                    supported housing               of keyboard equipment including data input and word
                                    sector;                         processing at a basic level; provide routine
                                    (b) social and community        information including general reception and
                                    services sector;                telephonist duties; undertake routine office duties
                                    (c) home care sector;           involving filing, recording, checking and batching of
                                    (d) family day care             accounts, invoices, orders, stores requisitions and
                                    scheme sector;                  maintenance of an existing records system;
                                    (e) disability services         developing knowledge of the workplace function and
                                    sector,                         operation; at this level employers are required to offer
                                    and their employees in          substantial on-the-job training.Applicationof
                                    the classifications listed in   established work procedures and may exercise limited
                                    Schedule B to Schedule F        initiative and/or judgment within clearly established
                                    to the exclusion of any         procedures and/or guidelines; achieve outcomes
                                    other modern award.             which are clearly defined; respond to enquiries; assist
                                                                    senior employees with special projects; prepare cash
                                                                    payment summaries, banking reports and bank
                                                                    statements, post journals to ledger etc. and apply
                                                                    purchasing and inventory control requirements;
                                                                    perform elementary tasks within a community service
                                                                    program requiring knowledge of established work
                                                                    practices and




                                                                    procedures relevant to the work area; provide
                                                                    secretarial support requiring the exercise of sound
                                                                    judgment, initiative, confidentiality and sensitivity in
                                                                    the performance of work; perform tasks of a sensitive
                                                                    nature including the provision of more than routine
                                                                    information, the receiving and accounting for moneys
                                                                    and assistance to clients; assist in calculating and
                                                                    maintaining wage and salary records; assist with
                                                                    administrative functions. Supervise a limited number
                                                                    of lower classified employees or volunteers; allow the
                                                                    scope for exercising initiative in the application of
                                                                    established work procedures; deliver single stream
                                                                    training programs; co-ordinate elementary service
                                                                    programs; provide assistance to senior employees;
                                                                    where prime responsibility lies in a specialised field,
                                                                    employees at this level would undertake at least some
                                                                    of the following: undertake some minor phase of a
                                                                    broad or more complex assignment; perform duties of
                                                                    a specialised nature; provide a range of information
                                                                    services; plan and co-ordinate elementary community-
                                                                    based projects or programs; perform moderately
                                                                    complex functions including social planning,
                                                                    demographic analysis, survey design and analysis.
                                                                    Clear objectives of the organisation and within
                                                                    budgetary constraints; provide
administrative support of a complex nature to senior
employees; exercise responsibility for various
functions within a work area; provide assistance on
grant applications including basic research or
collection of data; undertake a wide range of activities
associated with program activity or service delivery;
administer a records management service for the
receipt, custody, control, preservation and retrieval of
records and related material; liaise with other
professionals at a technical/professional level; discuss
techniques, procedures and/or results with clients on
straight forward matters; lead a team within a
specialised project; provide a reference, research
and/or technical information service; perform a range
of planning functions which may require exercising
knowledge of statutory and legal requirements; assist
senior employees with the planning and co-ordination
of a community program of a complex nature.
supervise on occasions other specialised staff;
supervise/manage the operation of a discrete element
which is part of a larger organisation; provide
consultancy services for a range of activities. specialist
skills and/or supervision/management abilities
exercised within a multi disciplinary or major single
function operation; manage significant projects
and/or functions; develop work practices and
procedures for various projects; undertake work of
significant scope and complexity. A major portion of
the work requires initiative; administer complex policy
and program matters; implement organisational
objectives within corporate goals.
Crisis Accommodation Employees
Crisis accommodation employee level 1 to 4:
Undertake responsibility for various activities in a
specialised area; exercise responsibility for a function
within the organisation; allow the scope for exercising
initiative in the application of established work
procedures; implement elementary service programs;
provide assistance to senior employees; thorough
knowledge of work activities performed within the
organisation; sound knowledge of procedural
methods of the organisation; may utilise professional
or specialised knowledge; ability to apply computing
concepts; provide administrative support of a complex
nature to senior employees; liaise with other
professionals at a technical/professional level;
responsibility for a range of functions within the
organisation requiring a high level of knowledge and
skills; undertake responsibility for a complex project,
including planning, co ordination, implementation and
administration; provide expert advice to employees
classified at lower levels and/or volunteers; exercise
judgment and initiative where procedures are not
clearly defined; understanding of all areas of
computer operation to enable the provision of advice
and assistance when non-standard
procedures/processes are required; monitor and
interpret legislation, regulations and other
agreements relating to occupational health and safety,
workers compensation and rehabilitation; undertake
analysis/design for the development and maintenance
of projects and/or undertake programming in
specialist areas. May exercise responsibility for a
specialised area of computing operation; undertake
publicity assignments within the framework of the
organisation’s publicity and promotions program.
Such assignments would be of limited scope and
complexity but would involve the co-ordination of
facets of the total program including media liaison,
design and layout of publications/displays and editing;
operate as a specialist employee in the relevant
discipline where decisions made and taken rest with
the employee with no reference to a senior employee;
undertake duties that require knowledge of
procedures, guidelines and/or statutory requirements
relevant to the organisation; undertake significant
projects and/or functions involving the use of
analytical skills; undertake managerial or specialised
functions under a wide range of conditions to achieve
results in line with organisation goals; control and co-
ordinate a work area or a larger organisation within
budgetary constraints; exercise autonomy in
establishing the operation of the work area; provide
support to a range of activities or programs; control
and co-ordinate projects; contribute to the
development of new procedures and
methodology; supervise/manage the operation of a
work area and monitor work outcomes; supervise on
occasions other specialised staff; provide consultancy
services for a range of activities.
Family Day Care Employees
Family day care employee level 1 to 5
will initially require completion of standard work
routines, have clearly defined objectives/performance
outcomes or undertake tasks of an assisting or
supportive nature. Such employees will receive
instruction/supervision from another employee as to
the performance of their duties. Employees will
require good communication, numeric and written
skills and may require equipment skills (e.g. keyboard,
switchboard etc). May include preparation for and
involvement/assisting in childcare provider/caregiver
training, support, social and/or learning activities. (e.g.
equipment maintenance, monitoring and basic
cataloguing); develops knowledge and skills, through
experience about the organisation’s procedures, may
require knowledge of child development, health,
hygiene, welfare and safety issues relevant to their
position (e.g. may select and order library equipment,
maintain and distribute education equipment and
materials and undertake cataloguing). Where required
will have knowledge of child development, an
understanding of childcare, community development
and welfare issues where appropriate, and a high level
of interpersonal communications skills; may have
involvement in service planning, policy development
and implementation, responsibility for service delivery
and ensuring statutory requirements are met; may be
responsible for the overall administration and/or co-
ordination of a unit/program of a service; be
responsible for the administration and/or co-
ordination of a service; have a broad understanding of
childcare, community development and welfare
issues, support services liaison and community
education and service administration; have substantial
involvement in service planning, policy development,
implementation and administration, responsibility for
service delivery and ensuring statutory requirements
are met; undertake significant projects requiring the
use of analytical skills and subsequent preparation of
reports and/or recommendations; have substantial
human services management skills. Operate with a
higher level of independence and be responsible for
the overall management of a complex scheme;
operate with a higher level of autonomy in the
financial/human resources function of the scheme;
provide advice to the management committee on
major areas of policy and/or on key issues of
significance to the organisation; exercise influence
which would have a critical effect on the performance
of the organisation as a whole; manage and be
responsible for multiple services or exercise skills and
responsibility equivalent to managing a multiple
service.
Disability Services Employees level 1 to 5
Works within established routines, methods and
procedures requiring limited theoretical knowledge;
generic domestic duties; general administration;
resident contact and interaction including attending to
their personal care. Prioritising work within
established routines, methods and procedures;
possesses sound communication skills. Implement
client skills and activities programs; supervising and
provide a wide range of personal care services to
residents; development and implementation of
resident care plans; planning, cooking and
preparation of the full range of meals. Developed
administrative skills and problem solving abilities; well
developed communication, interpersonal and
numerical skills. Assist with the development and
implementation of policies, guidelines and
procedures; responsibility for the provision of
personal care to residents; co-ordinating, train and
supervision of the day to day work of other
employees; scheduling work programs; assisting in
liaison and co-ordination with other services and
programs.
Home care employee level 1 to 5
Tasks include: the undertaking of semi-skilled work,
including cleaning, vacuuming, dusting, washing and
ironing, shopping, sweeping paths, minor
maintenance jobs, preparation and cooking of meals,
defrosting refrigerators, emptying and cleaning of
commodes, banking and account payment, organising
appointments, assistance with care of pets, and care
of indoor and outdoor pot plants. Provision of
personal care, supervising daily hygiene, laying out
clothes and assisting in dressing, make beds, tidy
rooms, preparation and cooking of meals and
assistance with meals, dry cleaning, perform
gardening duties, undertake basic repairs, clean,
fitting and removal of aids and appliances, monitoring
medications, fitting and changing of catheters,
assistance with communication, accompanying clients
on outings, domestics assistance and organising
appointments. Computer and other office skills;
maintain mail register and records; sort, process and
record invoices and correspondence; prepare meals
and special functions; provide input into meal
planning; order foodstuffs and commodities; liaise
with dieticians on special needs; schedule work
programs on a routine and regular basis; co-ordinate
and direct the work of support staff including
maintenance (no more than four); oversee the
provision of domestic services; provide personal care
to clients with particular emphasis on those requiring
extra help due to specific physical problems or frailty;
schedule maintenance work programs on a routine
and regular basis; plan, develop, and co-ordinate
diversional therapy programs and carry out general
maintenance falling within the scope of trades skills.
Manipulation of data e.g. modify fields of information
and create spreadsheets; create new forms of files or
records using a computer based records system;
access and




extract information from external sources e.g. local
authorities; roster staff and direct work programs;
oversee the work and training of lower level
employees; provide guidance and counselling; assist in
the development of budgets; order consumables and
routine stock items used in domestic support areas;
develop client care plans and oversee the provision of
domestic services. Thorough understanding of the
relevant technology, procedures and processes used
within their operating unit. Co-ordinators are required
to have an understanding of the function of the
position within its organisational context, including
relevant policies, regulations and precedents.
Positions in this level may provide direction,
leadership and structured training or on-the-job
training to supervised employees or groups of
employees. Managing time, setting priorities and
planning and organising one’s own work and that of
supervised employees so as to achieve specific and set
objectives in the most efficient way possible within
the resources available and within a set timetable.
Sporting Organisations   MA000082   This industry award             Coaching staff; develop and supervise programs for
Award 2010                          covers national, State and      individuals and squads; assess and counsel atheletes;
                                    Territory Sporting              prepare competition programs; support and promote
                                    Organisations throughout        sport in the education area; coordinate coaching
                                    Australia with respect to       courses for accreditation; promote and develop the
                                    their employees in the          sport itself ; use sports science and sports medicine
                                    classifications in this         services; develop policy; design and implement the
                                    award to the exclusion of       elite program for the sport; identify talent;
                                    any other modern award.         educational and vocational development of atheletes;
                                                                    active promotion of the employer; select and train
                                    This award does not             coaches
                                    cover: Chief Executive          Clerical and administrative staff; clerical and office
                                    Officers; coaches               tasks
                                    employed by the
                                    Australian Football
                                    League and the Victorian
                                    Football League who do
                                    not earn their principal
                                    income as coaches. In
                                    particular, it will not apply
                                    to those coaches in the
                                    Victorian State Football
                                    League Under 18
                                    program,




                                    which is conducted by the
                                    Australian Football
                                    League throughout
                                    Victoria, with additional
                                    sites in Hobart and
                                    Canberra; Chief Executive
                                    Officers and Executives at
                                    the second and third tiers
                                    of management, including
                                    the Director of Finance,
                                    Assistant Director and the
                                    State Coach or similar at
                                    the Cricket Australia level,
                                    provided that the State
                                    coach is remunerated at a
                                    level in excess of that laid
                                    down in this award; and
                                    employees of racing
                                    clubs.
State Government        MA000121   This award covers State      Administrative Officer
Agencies Administration            Public Sector employers,     Administrative Officer Grade 1 to 8
Award 2010                         other than State public      Keyboard, clerical and other duties, administrative
                                   service bodies, that are     procedures, office skills and routines such as receiving
                                   incorporated bodies          and dealing initially with clients and members of the
                                   established for a public     public; operation of keyboard equipment; filing;
                                   purpose by or under a        photocopying; collating; coding; maintaining basic
                                   law of a State, by the       records; mail procedures; and routine user
                                   Governor of a State or by    maintenance of office equipment. Operational,
                                   a Minister of the State or   supervisory and administrative activities, complex
                                   a body corporate in which    operational work and may assist with, or review, the
                                   the State has an equal or    work undertaken by subordinates or team members,
                                   controlling interest, and    decision making on issues relating to their work area,
                                   their employees in the       developing local procedures, management strategies
                                   classifications listed in    and guidelines, managing the operations of a discrete
                                   clause 14—Minimum            organisational element, program or activity, providing
                                   wages, to the exclusion of   advice including policy, administrative or professional
                                   any other modern award.      advice; undertaking tasks related to the management
                                                                or administration of a program or activity; service
                                                                delivery or corporate support functions, including
                                                                project work, policy development; preparation or
                                                                coordination of research papers, submission on policy
                                                                professional or program issues, or administrative
                                                                matters. Liaison with other elements of the
                                                                organisation, other government agencies, State and
                                                                local authorities or community organisations is usually
                                                                a feature. It also includes the preparation, or
                                                                overseeing the preparation of, correspondence and
                                                                replies to parliamentary questions, ministerial
                                                                representations and
other briefing material; and representing the agency
at meetings, conferences or seminars, developing
policy and/or providing policy, financial, specific
subject matter or administrative advice, including
professional advice or undertaking high level project
work; developing, implementing and reviewing policy
instructions and administrative or professional
procedures for the guidance of functional elements of
the agency; processing representations to the
minister, overseeing preparation of replies to
parliamentary questions, preparing executive briefing
notices, drafting submissions and correspondence;
liaising with other government bodies and community
organisations including the provision of public
information on programs, activities or services; and
representing the agency at meetings, conferences or
seminars.
Technical Stream
Technical Assistants
At this level the position is essentially that of a
technical officer-in-training.
Technical Officer Grade 1 to 7
Assistanceto senior technical staff and undertakes
duties in accordance with standard procedures but
under close supervision and direction, uses expertise,
experience and technical skills as a broadly based
technical practitioner within a single discipline and the
work will be subject to routine direction from senior
technical staff, of clearly defined duties requiring
interpretation, judgment, liaison and communication.
It would be expected that they would use knowledge
in a discrete technical
discipline to determine which standard practices and
procedures should be used and applied in the conduct
of technical operations. Provide policy advice to senior
staff and may operate in more than one field or
discipline, general direction in terms of objectives, will
review implementation by subordinate staff of
priorities and instructions and liaise with other work
units.Prepare and develop training needs and
programs for subordinate staff. Managerial, a
specialist or a combination of both. The incumbent
will provide specialist advice and liaison with other
units, establish procedures, operating principles or
technical standards and can operate in more than one
field or discipline, prepare unit/program budgets,
develop mechanisms for training programs,
administration of a budget and forward planning.
Professional Officer
Professional Officer Grade 1 to 5
Tasks associated with the professional discipline,
involving the provision of a service or information to
support the work of others. Design, co-ordinate and
check work of sub professional staff required to work
on a common project, exercise a high degree of
independence in the selection and application of
established principles, technologies, procedures and
methods, and exercise independent judgment and
initiative in recognising when established approaches
may require amplification, adoption or modification,
demonstrated skills and possess experience in
professional, communicative and
                                                               administrative aspects of the work. Managerial, a
                                                               specialist position or a combination of both,
                                                               responsible for the sustained supervision of an activity
                                                               or program of a work unit involving normal
                                                               professional work or responsible for a highly complex,
                                                               novel or critical activity in an aspect of professional
                                                               work where it is necessary to select and/or modify
                                                               and adapt established principles, technologies,
                                                               procedures and methods, policy formulation and
                                                               execution of programs which may be associated with
                                                               one or more areas of an employer’s operations.
                                                               Professional, economic and administrative
                                                               management of a professional work unit engaged in
                                                               complex activities or programs requiring the allocation
                                                               of significant human and material resources and/or
                                                               the provision of practical and economic solutions to
                                                               highly complex professional problems in an aspect of
                                                               professional work. Developing, implementing,
                                                               reviewing major policies, objectives and strategies
                                                               involving high level liaison/consultation with client
                                                               areas (internal and external) and/or the exercise
                                                               originality and ingenuity for devising practical and
                                                               economic solutions to complex problems. Authority
                                                               may be exercised over other specialists engaged in
                                                               complex professional applications.




Stevedoring Industry   MA000053   This award covers         Operate ITV’s, small fork-lifts, bobcats and other small
Award 2010                        employers throughout      mechanical equipment; perform shipboard and wharf
                                  Australia engaged in the  duties, lashing and unlashing, packing and unpacking
                                  Stevedoring Industry and  of containers, and other general duties; service
                                  their employees in the    equipment; perform security duties; clerical tasks;
                                  classifications listed in operate heavy mechanical equipment such as heavy
                                  clause 13 to the exclusionfork-lifts, straddle carriers, transtainers, front-end
                                  of any other modern       loaders, excavators or fuel trucks; operate ships gear;
                                  award.                    maintenance such as equipment and vehicle servicing;
                                                            process information or documents associated with the
                                  The award does not cover receival and delivery of cargo/containers; the loading
                                  employers and             and discharge of ships, the location of cargo in sheds
                                  employees wholly or       or the wharf; the sorting and stacking of
                                  substantially covered by cargo/containers; time keeping; first aid duties;
                                  the following awards: the operate specialised and complex ships gear and or
                                  Port Authorities Award    heavy shorebased cranes or gantry cranes such as a
                                  2010; the Coal Export     portainer crane or heavy-lift mobile wharf cranes; act
                                  Terminals Award 2010;     as maintenance tradesperson; monitor and control
                                  and the Sugar Industry    the operation of refrigeration plant and its ancillary
                                  Award 2010.
                                  The award does not cover    equipment under general supervision and the
                                  maintenance contractors     performance of routine mechanical maintenance in
                                  covered by the following    connection therewith, and any work incidental
                                  awards: the                 thereto; assist nd coordinate the work of others; work
                                  Manufacturing and           from a workplan or sequence; coordinate and
                                  Associated Industries and   supervise stevedoring operations and personnel; plan,
                                  Occupations Award 2010;     control and integrate stevedoring operations;
                                  or the Electrical,          maintenance tradesperson.
                                  Electronic and
                                  Communications
                                  Contracting Award 2010.



Storage Services and   MA000084   This industry award         Storeworker; store and pack goods and materials;
Wholesale Award 2010              covers employers            prepare and receive appropriate documentation
                                  throughout Australia in     including liaison with suppliers; allocate and retrieve
                                  the storage services and    goods from warehouse; operate computer; perform
                                  wholesale industry and      periodic stock-checks; housekeeping in own work
                                  their employees in the      environment; use material handling equipment;
                                  classifications listed in   coordinate work in a team environment; use tools and
                                  clause                      equipment within warehouse; develop and refine
                                  14—Classifications.         store layout including proper location of goods and
                                                              their receipt and dispatch; quality control; liaise with
                                                              management, suppliers and customers; detail and
                                                              coordinate activities of other storeworkers; maintain
                                                              control registers including inventory control; prepare
                                                              and reconcile reports or stock movement, dispatches
                                                              etc
                                                              Steel distributing employee; maintain work area
                                                              housekeeping; crane chasing; crane operating; fork-lift
                                                              driving; manual strapping and packing; receive goods,
                                                              assemble orders, pick for processing; maintain and
                                                              trouble shoot equipment; handle paperwork; set up
                                                              and operate a machine (saw, cropper, punch,
                                                              straightline cutter); drive A (trucks, non-articulated
                                                              vehicles up to 4.5 tonnes, GVM); drive B (trucks); set
                                                              up and operate a complex machine (plasma cutter,
                                                              profile cutter); drive C (trucks); set up and operate
                                                              very complex machine (NC plasma cutter, NC profile
                                                              cutter, slitter, shearline).




                                                              Wholesale employee; receive and prepare goods for
                                                              sale and/or display; pre-packing or packing, weighing,
                                                              assembling, pricing or preparing of goods or
                                                              provisions or produce for sale; display, shelf filling,
                                                              replenishing or any other method of exposure or
                                                              presentation for sale of goods; the sale or hire of
                                                              goods by any means; receive, arrange or make
                                                              payment; record sales; wrap or pack goods for
                                                              dispatch; dispatch goods; deliver goods; loss
                                                              prevention; demonstrate goods for sale; provide
                                                              information, advice and assistance to customers;
                                                              receive, prepare, pack goods for repair or
                                                              replacement; minor repair of goods; operate fork-lift
                                                              or ride-on equipment; open and close premises and
                                                              associated security; security of cash; manage a
                                                              defined section/department; supervise staff; stock
                                                              control; buying/ordering.
Sugar Industry Award   MA000087   This award covers            Field Work
2010                              employers throughout         cultivation/cane production career path stream means
                                  Australia in the Sugar       the specialised career path for employees engaged in
                                  Industry and their           any duties associated with the preparation of land for
                                  employees who are            the growing of sugar cane, any duties associated with
                                  covered by the               the planting and growing of sugar cane, and any pre
                                  classifications in this      and post harvesting field work duties and including
                                  award.                       the operation of, and any work in connection with the
                                  In this award Sugar          operation of, any tractor or vehicle or other mobile
                                  Industry means the           equipment used in connection therewith.
                                  following:                   cane haulage career path stream means the
                                  sugar cane farming           specialised career path for employees engaged in
                                  operations including the     operating or on any duties in connection with the
                                  operations of contractors    operation of any tractor or other Vehicle used in the
                                  performing general farm      hauling out of harvested sugar cane to any delivery
                                  work, cane harvesting        point as determined.
                                  and haul out work and        cane harvesting career path stream means the
                                  farm management; cane        specialised career path for employees engaged in
                                  testing; and pest, disease   operating or on any duties in connection with the
                                  control, advisory and        operation of any sugar cane harvester.
                                  research operations of       Cultivation/cane production employees
                                  Cane Protection and          Cultivation/cane production inductee/trainee (CPT)
                                  Productivity Boards and      Cultivation/cane production level 1 (CP1):
                                  the Bureau of Sugar          Cultivation/cane production level 2 (CP2)
                                  Experiment Stations;         Cane haulage employees:
                                  sugar milling including      Cane haulage inductee/trainee (CHAUT)
                                  the following operations     Cane haulage 1 (CHAU1)
                                  of the sugar miller: cane    Cane haulage 2 (CHAU2)
                                  railway construction,        Cane harvesting employees
                                  maintenance, repair          Cane harvesting inductee/trainee (CHART):
                                                               Cane harvesting 1 (CHAR1)
                                                               Cane harvesting 2 (CHAR2)
and operation; factory        Cane testing employees
operation; raw sugar          Cane testing 1 (CT1)
refining at a sugar mill; by- Cane testing 2 (CT2)
product manufacture and Cane testing 3 (CT3)
processing at a sugar mill; Cane testing 4 (CT4)
and packaging operations Milling, Distillery, Refinery and Maintenance
performed at a sugar mill; Milling general operator—level 2 (C14): General mill
refining raw sugar at         worker, Bagasse loftperson, Bagasse reclaimer
sugar refineries and those operator Carrier hand, Greaser, Locomotive driver’s
refineries’ packaging         assistant, Tram construction and maintenance worker,
operations;                   Watchperson, Bulk sugar loader, Malcolm Moore
distilling sugar by-          driver’s assistant, Form setter’s assistant
products for industrial       Production, transport and services operator—level 3
purposes and packaging (C13): Sugar boiler’s assistant, Fireperson in mills, Low
work in a distilling          grade fugal operator, Diffuser attendant, Truck driver
operation directly linked other than articulated, Dogperson and slingers,
to a sugar mill;              Storekeeper, Driver of tractors hauling full and empty
bulk (packed or loose)        cane trucks to and from the carrier, Driver of tractors
receival, storage,            not otherwise specified herein, Plasser KMX assistant,
outloading and ship           Assistant bridge carpenter.
loading at the industry’s Production, transport and services operator—level 4
bulk terminals, including (C12): Effet operator, Articulated vehicle driver, Ferry
handling incidental           operator, High grade fugal operator,Malcolm Moore
commodities or material; operator, Mobile cranes, Operators of other tamping
and                           machines, Simplex operator,Splicers to gear riggers
the generation and/or         and or licensed scaffolder, Head storeperson, Sugar
transmission of power         mill chemist, Weighbridge clerk, Forklift operators,
and/or steam that is          Backhoe operators, Bulldozer operator up to and
ancillary or incidental to including D4 capacity, Front end loader/mobile
the employer’s activities
in clauses
4.2(b) to (d) (albeit that   shovel operators, Toft loader operator, Engine drivers
excess power may be sold     in mills
into the grid).              Production, transport and services operator—level 5
Where a sugar industry       (C11): Loco driver—single/double header, Fugal
employer is also engaged     operator—high and low grade, Chemist, Plasser KMX
in another industry not      12 operator, Mobile crane operator, Overhead cabin
covered by this award the    crane operator, Combined effet operator, Engine
employees of that            drivers in mills.
employer in the other        Production, services, transport operator—level 6
industry will be covered     (C10): Engine driver in mills—first class, Watertender
by the industry award of     in charge of boiler stations, Sugar boiler, Chemist,
that other industry.         Loco driver—slave, Traffic officer, Bridge carpenter,
The award does not           Mobile crane operator.
cover:                       Production, services and transport operator—level 7
an employer to whom          (C9): Traffic officer, Foreman bridge carpenter, Water
another modern industry      tender in charge of station and milling train or power
or occupation award          station, Water tender in charge of boiler station with
applies in respect of an     steam generating capacity of 1 million pounds per
employee to whom that        hour (454,545 kg/hr) or over.
other award applies, or to   Production, services and transport operator—level 8
such an employee; or         (C8): Operator in charge of milling train, power house
an employee excluded         and boiler station
from award coverage by       Production, services and transport operator—level 9
the Act; or                  (C7): Shift supervisor
employees who are            Distillery employees
covered by a modern          Distilling and services operator—level 2 (C14)
enterprise award, or an      Distilling and services operator—level 3 (C13)
enterprise                   Distilling and services operator—level 4 (C12)
                             Distilling and services operator—level 5 (C11)
instrument (within the      Distilling and services operator—level 6 (C10)
meaning of the Fair Work    Distillery and services operator—level 7 (C9)
(Transitional Provisions    Distilling and services operator—level 8 (C8)
and Consequential           Distilling and services operator—level 9 (C7)
Amendments) Act 2009        Refinery employees
(Cth)), or employers in     Refinery operator—level 2 (C14)
relation to those           Refinery operator—level 3 (C13)
employees.                  Refinery operator—level 4 (C12)
This award does not         Refinery operator—level 5 (C11)
cover employees of          Refinery operator—level 6 (C10)
employers covered by the    Refinery operator—level 7 (C9)
Manufacturing and           Refinery operator—level 8 (C8)
Associated Industries and   Supervisor/trainer/coordinator
Occupations Award 2010.     Wage Group: C14: performs general labouring and
                            cleaning duties; exercises minimal judgment; works
                            under direct supervision; and is undertaking
                            structured training so as to enable them to work at
                            the C13 level.
                            Wage Group: C13: Engineering/production employee
                            level II, works in accordance with standard operating
                            procedures and established criteria; works under
                            direct supervision either individually or in a team
                            environment; understands and undertakes basic
                            quality control/assurance procedures including the
                            ability to recognise basic quality deviations/faults;
                            understands and utilises basic statistical process
                            control procedures; and follows safe work practices
                            and can report workplace hazards.
                            Wage Group: C12: Engineering/production employee
                            level III, An engineering/production employee level III
                            is an employee who has completed an Engineering
                            Production Certificate I or Certificate II in Engineering
                            or
equivalent so as to enable the employee to perform
work within the scope of this level. An employee at
this level performs work above and beyond the skills
of an employee at the C13 level and to the level of
their skills, competence and training including: is
responsible for the quality of their own work subject
to routine supervision; works under routine
supervision either individually or in a team
environment; exercises discretion within their level of
skills and training; assists in the provision of on-the-
job training.
Wage Group: C11: Engineering/production employee
level IV, An employee at this level performs work
above and beyond the skills of an employee at the C12
level and to the level of their skills, competence and
training including: works from complex instructions
and procedures; assists in the provision of on-the-job
training; co-ordinates work in a team environment or
works individually under general supervision; and is
responsible for assuring the quality of their own work.
Wage Group: C10: Engineering tradesperson level I,
An engineering tradesperson level I is an employee
who holds a trade certificate or tradespersons rights
certificate or equivalent as an: Engineering
tradesperson (electrical/electronic) level I;
Engineering tradesperson (mechanical) level I;
Engineering tradesperson (fabrication) level I; Building
tradesperson; understands and applies quality control
techniques; operates lifting equipment incidental to
their work; performs non-trade tasks incidental to
their work; inspects
products and/or materials for conformity with
established operational standards. Production systems
employee, understands and applies quality control
techniques; exercises good interpersonal
communications skills; exercises discretion within the
scope of this classification level; exercise keyboard
skills; performs work under limited supervision either
individually or in a team environment; and inspects
products and/or materials for conformity with
established operational standards.
Wage Group: C9: Engineering tradesperson level II, An
engineering tradesperson level II is an: Engineering
tradesperson (electrical/electronic) level II; or
Engineering tradesperson (mechanical) level II; or
Engineering tradesperson (fabrication) level II; who
has completed the minimum training requirements.
Exercises discretion within the scope of this
classification; works under limited supervision either
individually or in a team environment; understands
and implements quality control techniques; provides
trade guidance and assistance as part of a work team;
operates lifting equipment incidental to their work;
and performs non-trade tasks incidental to their work.
Engineering technician level I.
Wage Group: C8: Engineering tradesperson special
class level I, An engineering tradesperson special class
level I means a: Special class engineering tradesperson
(electrical/electronic) level I; or Special class
engineering tradesperson (mechanical) level I;
or Special class engineering tradesperson (fabrication)
level I; who has completed the minimum training
requirements. Provides trade guidance and assistance
as part of a work team; assists in the provision of
training in conjunction with supervisors and trainers;
understands and implements quality control
techniques; works under limited supervision either
individually or in a team environment; operates lifting
equipment incidental to their work; and performs non-
trade tasks incidental to their work. Engineering
technician level II.
Wage Group: C7: Engineering tradesperson special
class level II, An engineering tradesperson special class
level II means a: Special class engineering
tradesperson (electrical/electronic) level II; or Special
class engineering tradesperson (mechanical) level II;
or Special class engineering tradesperson (fabrication)
level II; or Higher engineering
tradesperson;Engineering technician level III.
Wage Group: C6: Advanced engineering tradesperson
level I, An advanced engineering tradesperson level I
means an: Advanced engineering tradesperson
(electrical/electronic) level I; or Advanced engineering
tradesperson (mechanical) level I; or Advanced
engineering tradesperson (fabrication) level I;
Engineering technician level IV
Definitions of streams and fields
Electrical/electronic stream which includes the design,
assembly, manufacture, installation, modification,
testing, fault finding,
commissioning, maintenance and service of all
electrical and electronic devices, systems, equipment
and controls, such as electrical wiring, motors,
generators, PLCs and other electronic controls,
instruments, refrigeration, telecommunications, radio
and television, and communication and information
processing.
Mechanical stream which includes the design,
assembly, manufacture, installation, modification,
testing, fault finding, commissioning, maintenance
and service of all mechanical equipment, machinery,
fluid power systems, automotive mechanics,
instruments and refrigeration, and the use of related
computer controlled equipment, such as computer
numeric controlled machine tools.
Fabrication stream which includes fabrication in all
materials, forging, carpentry, plumbing, founding,
structural steel erection, electroplating, metal
spinning, metal polishing and sheet metal work and
the use of related computer controlled equipment.
Bulk Terminal Operations
Bulk terminals employee level 1 (BT1): New
starter—basic labouring duties. This is the level for a
new terminal technician who undertakes a three
month probation period whilst training and
performing basic labouring duties.
Bulk terminals employee level 2 (BT2): General
labouring duties. At this level the employee has
achieved the basic skills for a terminal technician and
performs general labouring duties.




Bulk terminals employee level 3 (BT3): Basic plant
operation. At this level the employee has achieved the
semi skilled terminal technician level and performs
plant operation at the basic level.
Bulk terminals employee level 4 (BT4): Intermediate
plant operation. At this level the employee has
achieved the high skilled terminal technician level and
performs plant operation at the intermediate level.
Bulk terminals employee level 5 (BT5): Advanced plant
operation. At this level the terminal technician has
achieved the plant operator’s level for production and
maintenance and undertakes advanced plant
operation.
Bulk terminals employee level 6 (BT6): Basic
tradesperson (mechanical/engineering). At this level
the terminal technician is the basic tradesperson who
has achieved the basic skills required to perform all
duties relating to normal terminal operations.
Bulk terminals employee level 7 (BT7): Advanced
tradesperson (mechanical/engineering). At this level
the terminal technician is the advanced tradesperson
who has achieved the advanced technical skills
required to perform all duties relating to normal
terminal operations.
Supported Employment   MA000103   This industry award         Grade 1
Services Award 2010               covers employers            Examples of duties at this grade include basic cleaning
                                  throughout Australia who    within a kitchen or food preparation area including
                                  operate supported           cleaning of dishes and utensils, labouring, sorting,
                                  employment services         packing, labelling, clipping, document preparation and
                                  and their employees         routine basic assembly tasks. Art Union seller
                                  working in the              Grade 2
                                  classifications listed in   Engineering: Repetition work on automatic,
                                  Schedule                    semiautomatic or single purpose machines or
                                  A—Classifications to the    equipment; assembles components using basic
                                  exclusion of any other      written, spoken and/or diagrammatic instructions in
                                  modern award.               an assembly environment; uses selected hand tools;
                                                              rewind machine operator; boiler cleaning; and/or uses
                                                              hand trolleys and pallet trucks.
                                                              Microfilm: Document copying; microfilm operator
                                                              basic; and/or packaging, labelling and collating.
                                                              Catering: Assistance to employees who are cooking
                                                              and performing delivery tasks; removing food plates;
                                                              setting and/or wiping down tables; cleaning and
                                                              tidying of associated areas; general clearing duties
                                                              within a kitchen or food preparation area and scullery;
                                                              and/or assembly and preparation of ingredients for
                                                              cooking.
                                                              Leather and canvas goods and sewing: Repetition
                                                              sewing work on automatic, semiautomatic or single
                                                              purpose machines (including basic operation of
                                                              sewing machines) requiring some discretion with
                                                              respect to kind, quantity, pressure, temperature or
                                                              running
speed; rudimentary marking and hand cutting; gluing
(making basic eyelets) of small items; manufactures
components and/or assembles to finished product;
die cutting using clicking press on canvas material
within the scope of this grade; and/or sorting,
checking and packing.
Clerical support: Clerical or routine office duties
including basic typing, checking figures, matching
documents, simple calculating, collating, sorting or
filing, photocopying and handling of mail; and/or
cashier and banking functions under direct
supervision.
Timberwork: labouring; sorting; packing; undercoat
painting; and/or assembly.
Gardening: basic labouring.
Laundries: labouring (manual handling), Specialist
packaging, sorting (manual); labelling; folding;
stacking; and/or use of hand trolleys, pallet trucks.
Printing/Bookbinding: labouring; sorting; labelling;
packaging; gluing (manual); and/or assembly.
Foam and plastic: reception work on automatic,
semiautomatic or single purpose machine or
equipment; maintaining records; performing basic test
functions, with an ability to measure accurately using
gauges and meters; operate hand-operated transport
and lifting devices; operate granulating, reclaiming,
crumbling and shedding machines; trimming, cutting,
gluing, sealing, assembling or wrapping finished
goods; operate slitting and/or setting
machines; operate automatic and manual press
machines; repair airbags, belts and cables, fit
terminals and cables; and/or operate machinery that
requires basic set-up skills.
Art Union seller: This grade applies to Art Union sellers
whose performance during two consecutive Art
Unions has met the enhanced performance levels of
this grade.
Grade 3
Engineering: non-trade engineering skills; sorting,
checking, packing (other than repetitive packing in a
standard container or containers in which such goods
are ordinarily sold); basic soldering techniques;
operation of forklifts, roving pendant type overhead
cranes and winch operation; assists one or more
tradespersons; third class machinist and/or welding
operation, drilling/tapping machine operators; and/or
rewind machine operators.
Catering: specialised non-cooking duties in a kitchen
or food preparation area; and/or elementary cooking
including finger and take-away food.
Leather and canvas goods and sewing: operates
heavy duty and special duty application sewing
machines including bias binders; basic machine setting
skills and control adjustments; die cutting using click
press on canvas material with discretion, within the
scope of this grade.
Microfilm: microfilm camera operator; microfilm
jacketing; and/or dark room operators.
Clerical support: general clerical or office duties
within a regular work routine such as
typing, operates a switchboard and basic data entry;
and/or receiving, despatching, documenting and
recording of goods.
Timberwork: nail gun work; sewing (manual); cutting
(manual); painting; and/or more complex assembly.
Gardening: propagation and gardening; uses manual
gardening tools (including hand held lawn mowers).
Laundries: laundering (other than labouring); sealing;
stamping; loading; and/or basic machine operation.
Specialist packaging: more complex packaging
(including weighing and measuring); use of
machinery; and/or operation of forklifts.
Printing/bookbinding: strapping; stores assistant;
basic machine operation; manual guillotine work; use
of gluing machines; more complex assembly; and/or
skin packaging.
Foam and plastic: operates with flexibility between
assembly/process stations; basic inventory control in
the contact of the production process; basic keyboard
skills; operates mixing and milling machines that
require set up and operating skills; ability to measure
accurately using gauges and meters; and/or operation
of mobile equipment including forklifts, hand trolleys
and pallet trucks.
Cleaning: vacuuming and spot cleaning of carpets and
soft furnishings; sweeping and mopping; toilet
cleaning; rubbish collection; and/or cleaning of glass,
both internal and external.
Grade 4
Engineering: uses precision measuring instruments;
some machine setting, loading and operation; use of
tools and equipment within the scope (basic non-
trades maintenance); general welding to as 1554
standard at basic level; second class machinist
operators; paint line operator; basic engineering and
fault finding skills; performs basic quality checks on
the work of others; licensed and certified for forklift,
engine driving and crane driving operations; has a
knowledge of the employer’s operation as it relates to
production process; lubrication of production
machinery equipment; and/or assists in the provision
of on-the-job training in conjunction with
tradespersons and supervisors/trainees.
Catering: undertaking general waiting duties of food
including cleaning of tables with minimum
supervision; assist in cookery class demonstrations;
and/or basic cooking under general supervision.
Leather and canvas and sewing: cutter who has a
knowledge of all types of weights of materials made
and used in the trades and who is capable of laying
out and cutting all types of material of work and who
can mark out and prepare for the machinery and the
finish for the work concerned; lays out, cuts,
assembles and repairs canvas and related products
such as awnings, tents, tarpaulins, horse rugs and
caravan annexes; lays out full-scale drawings
according to blueprints or sketches; cuts materials
with power cutters; die cutting using
clicking press (on leather where the employee is
required to exercise discretion as to the kind and
quality of material cut); and/or minor machine
maintenance including lubrication of (automatic and
semiautomatic) production equipment.
Clerical and support: clerical duties of audio typing,
stenography, complex word processing, spread sheet
and basic data processing, desk top publishing,
tabulating machine operation, computer operator;
and/or clerical duties under limited supervision.
Timberwork: complex painting (i.e. use of machines);
complex cutting (i.e. use of machines); and/or
complex sewing (i.e. use of machines).
Gardening: operates gardening machinery; and/or
landscape gardening under supervision.
Laundries: laundering (includes wide knowledge of
machine operations, garment sorting and appropriate
use of chemicals); repair of linen, clothing—general
alterations; and/or basic tailoring.
Specialist packaging: ordering; despatching; and/or
inventory/record keeping.
Printing/bookbinding: low level supervision; complex
type setting; more complex binding; block setting;
compactor operation; quality control (basic); and/or
machine guillotine work.
Foam and plastic: use precision measuring
instruments; complex machine and die setting,
loading, testing and operation; intermediate
keyboard skills; basic engineering and fault finding
skills; supervise and perform operations and calendar,
mixing and milling machines; perform and implement
quality control functions; basic inventory and stores
control; and/or assists in the provision of on-the-job
training in conjunction with tradespersons and
supervisor/trainees.
Cleaning: ordering and distribution of cleaning stores;
minor maintenance duties incidental and/or
peripheral to cleaning; receiving deliveries; and/or
performing specialist cleaning functions for a greater
part of each day or shifts.
Grade 5
Catering: gourmet chef engaged in cooking, baking,
pastry cooking or butchering duties; and/or
specialised catering and cookery demonstrator.
Leather and canvas and sewing clerical support:
advanced clerical duties including administration
assistance, the supervision of office personnel and the
checking of work; and/or work under limited
supervision, receives limited instructions with little
guidance, is regularly required to exercise substantial
responsibility and independent initiative and
judgment and possesses a requisite knowledge of
office procedures.
Timberwork: tradesperson (e.g. carpenter/furnisher).
Gardening: tradesperson (e.g. horticulturist).




Laundries: trades certificate; dry cleaning; pressing;
and/or tailoring.
Specialist packaging: complex machinery and
computer operations.
Printing/bookbinding: tradesperson.
Foam and plastic: approves and passes first off
samples and maintains quality of product; works from
production, drawings, prints or plans; operates, sets
up and adjusts all production machinery in a plant;
performs a range of engineering maintenance
functions; basic production scheduling and material
handling within the scope of the production process;
understands and applies computer techniques as they
relate to production process operations; high level
stores and inventory responsibility; and/or has sound
knowledge of employer’s operations as it relates to
the production process.
Cleaning: dealing with owners and tenants
responsible, with respect to the proper cleaning and
servicing of building; handling routine personnel,
industrial relations and health and safety matters;
and/or directly involved in the provision of on-the-job
training.
Welfare officers: Persons engaged at this level as
welfare officers will not be required to possess more
than the trade certificate or equivalent qualifications
and/or experience.
                                                               Grade 6
                                                               Training/instructor; purchasing officer; developing
                                                               officer; marketing officer; commis chef;
                                                               supervisor/welfare support staff; and/or senior
                                                               supervisor
                                                               Grade 7
                                                               Organise, motivate and control subordinate staff;
                                                               understand and apply quality control techniques;
                                                               exercise good interpersonal and communication skills;
                                                               and/or capable of operating all equipment used by
                                                               subordinates. Positions typically considered to be at
                                                               the Grade 7 level include: senior supervisors—in
                                                               charge of large and/or complex sections/units; and/or
                                                               senior training officers.


Surveying Award 2010   MA000066   This industry award          Trainee Assistant—Survey; setting up surveying
                                  covers employers             instruments; clean basic survey instruments; reduce
                                  throughout Australia who     levels; general office duties; measuring accurately;
                                  employ professional          maintaining survey equipment; the accurate transfer
                                  surveyors and other          of survey information; basic plan preparation;
                                  employees in the             accurate angular observation; efficient field
                                  classifications listed in    techniques; being responsible for the acquisition of
                                  Schedule                     data in the field; down loading of field data into
                                  A—Classification             computers and basic keyboard skills; Survey
                                  Structure and Definitions    Technician limited engineering surveys; survey
                                  and their employees to       computations; being able to use survey based
                                  the exclusion of any other   computer programmes; preparing reports of a
                                  modern award. The            technical nature on specific tasks or assignments as
                                  award does not cover         directed or within the scope of discretion at this level;
                                  employees of a local         managing computer files and job flow patterns;
                                  government covered by        ensuring quality assurance for the areas directly under
                                  another award.               their control; preparing detailed reports on survey
                                                               results; professional surveyor—Experienced/Licensed;
                                                               Manager Project/Specialist; Manager
                                                               Business/Specialist; Professional surveyor
Telecommunications    MA000041   This industry award             Customer Contact Trainee; Customer Contact Officer
Services Award 2010              covers employers                Level 1; Principal Customer Contact Specialist;
                                 throughout Australia who        Customer Contact Team Leader; Principal Customer
                                 are engaged in the              Contact Leader; Clerical and Administration
                                 telecommunications              employee; Telecommunications Technical Employee;
                                 services industry in            Telecommunications Technician; Advanced
                                 respect of work by their        Telecommunications Technician; Principal
                                 employees in a                  Telecommunications Technician; Telecommunications
                                 classification in this          Associate; work in a customer contact centre
                                 award and their                 environment; process basic customer account
                                 employees engaged in            enquiries; and conduct data collection; send and
                                 the classifications listed in   retrieve information over the Internet using browsers
                                 clause 14—Classifications       and email; manage workplace relationships in a
                                 and minimum wage rates,         contact centre; conduct a telemarketing campaign;
                                 of this award, to the           lead operations in a contact centre; monitor safety in
                                 exclusion of any other          a contact centre; administer customer contact
                                 modern award                    telecommunications technology; lead teams in a
                                                                 contact centre; and prepare and process
                                                                 financial/business documents; deliver a service to
                                                                 customers; produce simple word-processed
                                                                 documents; create and use simple spreadsheets; and
                                                                 maintain financial records; process payroll; process
                                                                 accounts payable and receivable; maintain a general
                                                                 ledger; maintain business technology; manage
                                                                 operational plan; install cable support systems; place
                                                                 and secure cable; terminate metallic conductor cable;
                                                                 install functional and protective telecommunications
                                                                 earthing system; joint
copper cable; alter services to existing cable system;
and organise and monitor cabling to ensure
compliance with regulatory and industry standards;
use hand and power tools; haul underground cable;
install telecommunications service to a building;
construct underground enclosures; joint metallic
cable; splice optic fibre cable; joint and terminate co-
axial cable; install an above ground equipment
enclosure; erect cable supports; and fix aerial cable.
Install Customer Premises Equipment (CPE) systems
and equipment; cut- over new CPE systems and
equipment; • hand-over systems and equipment;
recover CPE; refurbish CPE; and complete all
administrative work associated with CPE activity.
Identify requirements for customer’s
telecommunications equipment; prepare design
drawings and specifications for a cable installation;
estimate and quote on customer equipment
installation; schedule and supply cable installation;
supervise cabling project; organise resources;
undertake a civil site survey; organise material supply;
assign a transmission path; schedule resources;
schedule CPE installation; install radio controlled CPE;
install PC based CPE system programs; install an
antenna/wave guide; test cable bearers; effect
changes to existing CPE systems and equipment;
cutover CPE additions, moves and changes; complete
network equipment/software upgrades;




commission an electronic system; monitor, analyse
and action telecom network alarms; conduct field
tests of radio/wireless networks; locate and diagnose
cable faults; design a telecommunications project;
design an electronic network; prepare project
specifications; acceptance test new systems and
equipment; commission telecommunications network
equipment; integrate new systems and equipment
into the telecommunications network; cutover new
and/or replacement network equipment; complete
equipment/software upgrades; locate and rectify
complex CPE system and equipment faults; provide
expert advice and support on very complex CPE faults;
analyse and organise repair of complex
telecommunications network faults; undertake outage
management; conduct tests on handset
enhancements and international roaming agreements;
develop software; use Photonics devices; integrate
specialised Photonics devices into
telecommunications systems; use a virtual instrument;
perform Photonics laboratory techniques; configure
and cutover a WDM system; administer a data
communication (LAN or WAN) network; and test and
measure mobile phone performance.
Textile, Clothing,      MA000017   This industry award       Minor equipment/machine maintenance Includes
Footwear and Associated            covers employers          cleaning and minor adjustments to the equipment
Industries Award 2010              throughout Australia in   involved. In the case of sewing machines for example,
                                   the textile industry,     it may include: changing needles; cleaning;
                                   clothing industry, bag    lubrication; and/or tension and stitch adjustment.
                                   making industry, button   changing needles; cleaning; lubrication; and/or
                                   making industry,          tension and stitch adjustment. Make up section:
                                   footwear industry and     uncomplicated tasks which are easily learned and
                                   allied manufacturing and  involve little decision making whether machine or non-
                                   fabricating industries andmachine; and/or basic machine tasks are those where
                                   their employees engaged   the positioning of the work may be controlled by
                                   in duties covered by the  guide-bars and sensor lights, or other such guiding
                                   classifications in this   devices, or where there is uncomplicated feeding of
                                   award.                    the fabric. Basic machine tasks In the make up section
                                                             basic machine tasks are those where the positioning
                                   The award covers all      of the work may be controlled by guide-bars and
                                   eligible entities who are sensor lights, or other such guiding devices, or where
                                   covered by the terms of there is uncomplicated feeding of the fabric or
                                   this award in respect of uncomplicated machine related tasks. In the non
                                   Schedule D—Outworkers. make up section, basic machine tasks involve those of
                                                             a sock turner. Pedestrian Fork Lift Operator means an
                                                             employee operating from a standing position adjacent
                                                             to a self powered fork lift appliance with which loads
                                                             are handled, either solely by means of forks or tines
                                                             mounted on a sliding carriage, or a vertical or near
                                                             vertical mast, or by such means together with the use
                                                             of a jib, ram, grab or other attachment. This definition
                                                             specifically excludes stillage trucks or other appliances
                                                             designed to lift and move a pallet or pallets within
                                                             30cm of floor level. High
Rise Stacker Operator means an operator of a device
known as a high rise stacker where both the operator
and the lift ascend with the load above the floor level
of up to 12 metres. A high rise stacker operator in
addition to being a qualified fork lift driver will have
undertaken additional training and be qualified to
operate a high rise stacker in accordance with the
various state acts. Warehouse employee means an
employee (other than foreman/woman) performing
up to any of the following functions: Sorting and
storing Assist in unloading trucks, trolleys or other
transportation devices. Sort or check goods and take
them to appropriate places (bins, shelves, stacks) in
warehouse for storage. Enter on cards or labels. Order
processing Make up orders to specifications by
selecting goods from storage places in warehouse and
assembling them for packing or parcelling. Enter on
cards or labels. Wrapping or packing Check, pack or
wrap assembled goods, address and weigh. Assist in
loading. Enter on cards or Labels. Provided that any
person performing more than two of the above
functions will be classified as storeman/woman.
Provided also that an employee engaged exclusively in
sorting and/or storing and/or dispatching of goods
partly processed within an workplace and held in a
storage area pending further processing within that
workplace will be regarded as a warehouse employee.
Provided further that warehouse employee will not
include: an employee who in the course of
manufacture merely encloses goods in the uniform
container or containers in which such goods are
ordinarily sold by the manufacturer; an employee
employed solely in cleaning or labouring duties in or
about a warehouse or in connection with the work of
a warehouse employee will not be deemed, by reason
only of the employee’s performance of such duties to
come within the definitions; a foreman/woman or
other person in charge in such warehouse or place
who does not ordinarily work manually therein as a
warehouse employee. Wool and basil employees
Wool and basil employees are employees who are
required to work on pulling sheep skins, pie or piece
picking, or any other class of work connected with
wool scouring and carbonising.
Assistant foreman/woman and/or overlooker means
an employee appointed as such by the management.
Designer—Creative means an employee engaged as
such and who in the course of heir employment is
required to create original designs and master
sketches and may supervise and correct the work of
other designers and technical drawers.
Designer—Other means an employee engaged as such
and who is required to produce master sketches from
designs supplied by the employer and in doing so may
be required to adapt or correct such designs, or is
required to produce original drawings (not being
master sketches) or adaptations. Fancy Warper
Woollen and Worsted Division means an employee
who in the construction of warps containing different
counts, shades, qualities or twists of yarn, uses two or
more colours or where yarn is of a similar count,
shade, quality or twist, three or more colours.
Machine Operator and/or Attendant means an
employee who in the course of their duty, is called
upon to operate a machine and does not include an
employee whose sole duty is carrying material to and
from a machine. Recorder means an employee whose
main duties are entering of production figures on
tickets and/or sheets, weighing and/or classifying the
materials and/or making simple book entries. Sewing
Machine Mechanic means an employee: who has
served an apprenticeship as such or who, in the view
of the employer and the union, has undergone
equivalent training and/or experience; and who is
engaged to assemble, adjust, test and lubricate, to
dismantle machines and trace faults, to repair and
replace mechanisms and to be able to make and
install a multiplicity of attachments and to use all tools
commonly used in the industry, for the correct and
efficient operation of all sewing machines. Textile
Mechanic means an employee: who has served an
apprenticeship as such or who, in the view of the
employer and the union, has undergone equivalent
training and/or experience; who possesses a
knowledge of yarns, fabrics, cloth structure and
designs




and the ancillary processes connected with the
different types of machinery; and who is engaged in
maintenance, mechanical adjustments, assembling,
dismantling, replacement of parts (other than those
parts replaced by machine operators in the course of
their normal duties), and to be able to make and
install attachments, and to use all tools commonly
used in the industry, and setting of different types of
machines for their correct and efficient operation, and
all things incidental thereto. Technical Drawer means
an employee engaged as such who in the performance
of their duties prepares stencils or films for screen
printing by tracing or working from master sketches or
similar art work or designs. Textile Mechanic Special
Class and Textile Mechanic (Sewing Machine) Special
Class means a textile mechanic (as defined) who is
principally engaged in servicing and maintaining
complex equipment requiring the application of
additional knowledge.
Timber Industry Award   MA000071   This industry award         General Timber Stream, Wood and Timber Furniture
2010                               covers employers            Stream, Pulp and Paper Stream.
                                   throughout Australia in
                                   the industry sectors
                                   described in clause 4.2
                                   and to the work and
                                   persons performing such
                                   work as listed in the skill
                                   grade structures, as
                                   described in clause
                                   3—Definitions and
                                   interpretation. Without
                                   limiting the scope of this
                                   award it applies to the
                                   following types of work in
                                   the forest and building
                                   products, manufacturing
                                   and merchandising, and
                                   pulp and paper sectors
                                   and persons performing
                                   such work or employed in
                                   connection with the
                                   following work, to the
                                   exclusion of any other
                                   modern award.
Transport (Cash in    MA000042   Escort means an employee who has completed the
Transit) Award 2010              required training and is qualified to perform Escort
                                 duties as part of an armoured vehicle crew, but this
                                 does not include driving an armoured vehicle.
                                 Armoured vehicle operator means an employee
                                 qualified to drive the necessary vehicles and who
                                 holds relevant licences and has satisfactorily
                                 completed all required training and is employed as
                                 such. An Armoured vehicle operator must be capable
                                 of performing the duties of an escort. Crew leader
                                 means an employee responsible for and in charge of
                                 the crew, contents and vehicle and on-the-job
                                 training. A Crew leader must be capable of performing
                                 all duties of the crew and employed as such.
Travelling Shows Award MA000102   The award does not cover    Grade 1
2010                              employers and               An employee at this level is employed as a ride
                                  employees covered by        attendant and includes employees not otherwise
                                  the following awards: (a)   classified.
                                  Silviculture Award 2010;    Such an employee:
                                  or (b) Graphic Arts,        (a) is responsible for the quality of their own work,
                                  Printing and Publishing     subject to routine supervision;
                                  Award 2010.                 (b) works under routine supervision either individually
                                                              or in a team environment;
                                                              (c) performs tasks under general supervision,
                                                              exercising limited discretion within defined
                                                              procedures;
                                                              (d) performs work which is subject to final checking
                                                              and, as required, progress checking;
                                                              (e) is trained in, and applies, basic quality/service
                                                              requirements relating to their own work and may be
                                                              required to give general inquiry assistance to the
                                                              customer;
                                                              (f) has a good working knowledge of health and safety
                                                              procedures;
                                                              (g) may require basic technical skills to perform the
                                                              work;
                                                              (h) is engaged in the operation of rides, amusements,
                                                              games, stalls or general labouring duties as directed;
                                                              and
                                                              (i) may carry out all work incidental, peripheral or
                                                              necessary for the proper conduct of the business
                                                              including driving a motor vehicle, painting and
                                                              digging.
                                                              Grade 2
                                                              An employee at this level is employed as an assistant
                                                              to a Grade 3 employee and includes an employee
                                                              performing ticket selling duties for rides and
                                                              amusements or an employee who is a counter
                                                              attendant, program seller or cashier.
                                                              Such an employee:
                                                              (a) works from simple instructions and procedures;
                                                              (b) assists in the provision of on-the-job training;
                                                              (c) can perform a variety of tasks competently in
                                                              accordance with the established procedures within
                                                              their work classification;
                                                              (d) can provide assistance for problem solving and
                                                              work direction;
                                                              (e) performs work which is the subject of final
                                                              checking and, as required, progress checking;
                                                              (f) has a good working knowledge of health and safety
                                                              procedures;
                                                              (g) works individually under general supervision while
                                                              having the ability to coordinate work within a small
                                                              team environment;
                                                              (h) communicates effectively with other workers;
                                                              (i) performs duties such as food preparation,
                                                              attending counter, handling cash, cleaning, animal
                                                              care, ordering stock, hosting duties, operating rides,
                                                              EFTPOS transactions, maintenance of records,
                                                              telephone operations, feeding animals, presentations,
operating a cash register, beer reticulation, processing
invoices, forklift driving, stock control, bar-tending,
waitering, attending snack bar, non specialised
cooking and operating games and amusements;
(j) assists Grade 3 employees in the erection and
dismantling of any temporary or permanent structure,
non-trade cooking, operating a food outlet, bookings
and reservations; and
(k) may carry out all work incidental, peripheral or
necessary for the proper conduct of the business
including driving a motor vehicle, painting and
digging.
Grade 3
An employee at this level is engaged as an assistant
supervisor to a Grade 4 employee and includes a
construction technician and/or erector (including an
employee engaged in maintenance and utility duty).
Such an employee:
(a) is responsible for the quality of their own work,
subject to routine supervision;
(b) works under routine supervision either individually
or in a team environment;
(c) assists in the provision of on-the-job training;
(d) performs tasks under general supervision,
exercising limited discretion within defined
procedures;
(e) performs work which is subject to final checking
and, as required, progress checking;



(f) is trained in, and applies, basic quality/service
requirements relating to their own work and may be
required to give general inquiry assistance to the
customer;
(g) applies good interpersonal and communication
skills in dealing with customers and other workers;
(h) has a good working knowledge of health and
safety procedures;
(i) may assist in on-the-job training of employees of a
lower level;
(j) may require basic technical skills to perform the
work;
(k) rigs steel or timber components and/or erects or
dismantles same on any site or location either as a
temporary or permanent structure. This includes the
preparation, painting and greasing or lubricating of
any structural part, fixed or moving, either in the
employer’s workshops or on the site where the stand
or fixture or structure is to be erected, dismantled
and/or operated;
(l) is not qualified in any trade, but may be engaged in
or in connection with the in house preparation,
loading or unloading, marking out, carpet laying,
fabrication, installation, erection or dismantling; and
(m) may carry out all work incidental, peripheral or
necessary for the proper conduct of the business,
including driving a motor vehicle, painting and
digging.
Grade 4
An employee at this level is a supervisor or operator of
a stand, amusement or ride where there are four or
more employees.
Such an employee:
(a) works from complex instructions and procedures;
(b) assists in the provision of on-the-job training;
(c) can perform a greater variety of tasks competently
in accordance with the established procedures within
their work classification;
(d) provides assistance for problem solving and work
direction;
(e) is trained in, and can apply, a higher level of quality
control and customer service;
(f) has a good working knowledge of health and safety
procedures;
(g) communicates effectively with other workers in
their work section;
(h) rigs steel or timber components and/or erects or
dismantles same on any site or location either as a
temporary or permanent structure. This includes the
preparation, painting and greasing or lubricating of
any structural part, fixed or moving, either in the
employer’s workshops or on the site where the stand
or fixture or structure is to be erected, dismantled
and/or operated;




(i) while not qualified in any trade, may be engaged in
or in connection with the in house preparation,
loading or unloading, marking out, carpet laying,
fabrication, installation, erection or dismantling; and
(j) may carry out all work incidental, peripheral or
necessary for the proper conduct of the business
including driving a motor vehicle, painting and
digging.
Vehicle Manufacturing,   MA000089   This award covers             cleaning duties; Car cleaner/washer Workshop cleaner
Repair, Services and                employers throughout          Car polisher—by hand Detailer—other Driveway
Retail Award 2010                   Australia of employees        attendant Office cleaner Parking attendant Process
                                    engaged in vehicle            worker Tradesperson’s assistant also Employee not
                                    manufacturing and/or          elsewhere prescribed Battery repairer Brake servicer a
                                    vehicle industry repair,      portable machine Lubritorium attendant Operator on
                                    services and retail, as       warming mill Operator detreading, buffing, gouging,
                                    defined in this clause, to    etc. Roadhouse attendant, cook take away Spring
                                    the exclusion of any other    service worker Tyre fitter Assembler Detailer
                                    modern award and where        Machinist Motor cycle assembler Operator in charge
                                    the employer’s                of extruder Operator mainly engaged examining tyres
                                    establishment, plant or       prior to repairing, retreading, recapping or lugging
                                    undertaking is principally    Operator repairing and/or building up and/or
                                    connected or concerned        retreading and/or recapping used in: aeroplane tyres
                                    with: the selling,            (for re-use on aeroplanes); and tyres other than as
                                    distributing,                 referred to above Operator relugging earth mover
                                    dismantling/wrecking/res      and/or grader and/or tractor tyres by hand
                                    toring, recycling,            Painter—brush and/or spray on mechanical chassis
                                    preparing for sale,           components Paint shop assistant Polisher/cutter
                                    storage, repairing,           using buff or wet and dry rubber Service
                                    maintaining, towing,          receptionist—not being a tradesperson Steam cleaner
                                    servicing, and/or parking     and/or proof coater Storeperson—first 12 months
                                    of motor vehicles of all      Wheel aligner Wheel builder and/or repairer
                                    kinds, including caravans,    Windscreen fitter and/or repairer
                                    trailers or the like and      Wrecker—automotive Bodymaker Roadhouse
                                    equipment or parts or         attendant if engaged primarily to cook other than take
                                    components or                 away foods Radiator repairer salesperson Storeperson
                                    accessories thereof           Driveway attendant operating a console packer
                                    including the                 Windscreen fitter and/or repairer Automotive servicer
                                                                  or checker




                                    establishments                Automotive electrician Automotive engine
                                    concerned for such            reconditioner Automotive parts interpreter
                                    vehicles and the like;        Bodymaker—1st class Brake mechanic
                                    operations or allied          Electroplater—1st class Fitter and/or turner
                                    businesses concerned          Instrument mechanic—automotive Machinist
                                    with selling, distributing    (metal)—1st class Motorcycle or motor scooter
                                    or supplying running          mechanic Motor mechanic Painter Panel beater
                                    requirements for vehicles     Salesperson—more than six months’ experience
                                    (including motor fuels,       Signwriter Trimmer Vehicle and/or agricultural vehicle
                                    gas and oils); the selling    salesperson Welder Wheel aligner Wheel builder
                                    and/or handling and/or        and/or repairer Assembler, cushion and squab
                                    retreading and/or             including spring frame Dipper solder or tin Degreaser
                                    storing/distribution          at liquid or vapour bath Electroplater—3rd class
                                    and/or fitting and/or         Garage attendant Greaser and/or oiler Grinder using
                                    repairing of tyres or the     fixed gear Heat treat attendant—first three months
                                    like made of any material;    Janitor and/or convenience attendant Machinist
                                    the repair and servicing of   (metal)—3rd class Packer other than as defined Paster
                                    motor vehicles in the         trim Paintshop assistant Pickler Plastics developer (b)
                                    establishment of an           second class (2) first month’s experience Pleat stuffer
                                    employer not falling          Press operators assistant Shot and/or sand blast
                                    within clauses (a), (b)       operator Spring coil machinist not required to set up
                                                                  machine. Washer using phenyl etc.
and (c) but who is
engaged in the motor
vehicle rental business;
the manufacturing,
assembling or repairing of
carriages, carts, wagons,
trucks, motor cars,
bodies, motorcycles,
railway cars, tram cars,
side-cars or other vehicles
or parts or components
or accessories in wood,
metal and/or other
materials;
manufacturing,
assembling, fabricating,
installing, servicing,
maintaining,
reconditioning or
repairing of engines or
vehicle servicing
equipment and
agricultural machinery or
implements or the like
where such employer
immediately prior to 31
December 2009 was
bound by clause 1.5.4 (a)
of the Vehicle Industry
Award 2000;
any operation concerned
with roadside/mobile
service; or driving school
instruction. For the
purposes of coverage of
this award: employees
engaged in vehicle
industry repair, services
and retail means
employees covered by
the classifications at
clause 33 and for whom
Section 1—Vehicle
Industry RS&R Employees
applies; and employees
engaged in vehicle
manufacturing means
employees covered by
the classifications at
clause 45 and for whom
Section 2 applies.
Exclusions This award
does not cover:
employees who are
covered by a modern
enterprise award, or an
enterprise instrument




(within the meaning of
the Fair Work
(Transitional Provisions
and Consequential
Amendments) Act 2009
(Cth)), or employers in
relation to those
employees; an employer
who, on 31 December
2009 was engaged in the
manufacture and/or
assembly of metal parts
or accessories and was
bound to observe the
Metal, Engineering and
Associated Industries
Award 1998; or an
employee in a car park
where the employee’s
undertaking does not
provide repairs and
service and/or servicing
facilities of motor
vehicles other than
supplying petrol and oil.
Waste Management   MA000043   This industry award         Depot hand in training; labourer or depot hand at any
Award 2010         industry   covers employers            waste management facility including but not limited
                   based      throughout Australia in     to transfer stations, landfills, recycling centres,
                              the waste management        alternative waste treatment facilities and incinerators;
                              industry and their          and offsider on a vehicle collecting waste or recyclable
                              employees in the            materials;driver of a mechanical street sweeping
                              classifications listed in   machine; machinery operator at all waste
                              clause 18—Classifications   management facilities except landfill sites (including
                              to the exclusion of any     mechanical diggers, trenchers, shovels, dozers,
                              other modern award.         graders, compactors, forklift and front-end loaders);
                                                          weighbridge operator; and driver of a waste
                                                          management vehicle for which a class C driving
                                                          licence is required; driver of a garbage compactor
                                                          vehicle with a carrying capacity not exceeding 10.7
                                                          cubic metres; driver of a liquid waste tanker with a
                                                          carrying capacity of less than or equal to 11,365 litres;
                                                          driver of a vehicle with a sidestacking or sideloading
                                                          device (HIAB or similar type cranes); and driver of a
                                                          vehicle collecting recyclable materials not referred to
                                                          elsewhere in this award; driver of a liquid waste
                                                          tanker with a carrying capacity exceeding 11,365
                                                          litres; driver operating a mechanical rear lift loading
                                                          vehicle not exceeding 10.7 cubic metres in capacity
                                                          servicing bulk containers; driver of a vehicle collecting
                                                          mobile carts with mechanical lift loading, and with a
                                                          capacity not exceeding 10.7 cubic metres and a driver
                                                          of such a vehicle engaged in the collection of
                                                          recyclables; driver of a pantechnicon; driver of a
                                                          garbage compactor vehicle with a carrying capacity




                                                          exceeding 10.7 cubic metres; driver of such a vehicle
                                                          engaged in the collection of recyclables; operator of
                                                          septic tanks/chemical closets, portaloos, etc; and
                                                          driver/operator of a rigid vehicle with roll on/roll off
                                                          system or with hook lift; driver of a vehicle collecting
                                                          mobile carts with mechanical lift, rear loading and
                                                          with a capacity exceeding 10.7 cubic metres; and
                                                          driver operating mechanical rear lift loading exceeding
                                                          10.7 metres capacity servicing bulk containers; driver
                                                          of a vehicle collecting containers of solid waste and/or
                                                          recyclable materials by means of a one-man side
                                                          operated grab and hoist or lifting device;
                                                          driver/operator of a rigid vehicle with a front-lift
                                                          system; and driver of an articulated vehicle removing
                                                          waste or recyclables from a waste management
                                                          facility; driver/operator of a grader, dumper, tractor,
                                                          loader, compactor, skid steer tractor or dragline
                                                          shovel operator at landfill sites; and intermodal facility
                                                          operator and tipping platform operator only. Driver of
                                                          a double articulated vehicle (B-double) removing
                                                          waste or recyclables from a waste management
                                                          facility.
Water Industry Award   MA000113   This industry award            Level 1: Completion of generic and basic tasks
2010                              covers employers               involving the utilisation of basic skills under
                                  throughout Australia in        established practices and procedures. Individual or
                                  the water industry and         team work is closely monitored under direct
                                  their employees in the         supervision, basic communications with other staff
                                  classifications listed in      and possibly with the public.
                                  Schedule                       Level 2: The use of a limited range of tools, techniques
                                  B—Classifications to the       and methods within a specified range of work. An
                                  exclusion of any other         employee may resolve minor problems that relate to
                                  modern award.                  immediate work tasks.
                                  n this award water             Level 3: May supervise work or provide on the job
                                  industry means the             training, based on their skills and/or experience, to
                                  harvesting (including by       employees of the same or lower levels. rRequire
                                  desalination),                 communication skills to enable them to effectively
                                  transportation, storage,       communicate with clients, other employees and
                                  treatment and supply of        members of the public and in the resolution of minor
                                  water to commercial,           matters.
                                  residential and other          Level 4: Responsible for leading employees in
                                  consumers and the              operational duties or the application of trades,
                                  harvesting,                    administrative or technical skills. Provide employees
                                  transportation, storage,       with on-the-job training, guidance and basic
                                  treatment and recycling        knowledge of workplace policies and procedures.
                                  of waste water,                Employees may lead small groups of employees at the
                                  stormwater and                 ‘work face’.
                                  sewerage.                      Level 5: Discretion within standard practices and
                                  In this award water            processes and may involve the exercise of high
                                  industry does not include:     precision occupational skills using various specialised
                                  (a) the construction of        techniques, systems, equipment, methods or
                                  water industry facilities or   processes. Positions provide local decisions, direction,
                                  infrastructure                 leadership and on-the-job training to supervised
                                                                 employees or groups of employees.
(other than by employers       Complexity in reaching decisions and making
otherwise within the           recommendations. For supervisors, the work
water industry);               processes often requires the quantification of the
(b) the installation,          amount of resources needed to meet those
maintenance and repair         objectives. Assistance may be readily available from
of:                            other staff in the work area in solving problems.
(i) water, sewerage or         Complex elements of post-trades or specialist
drainage services within       disciplines either through formal training programs or
buildings, structures or       on-the-job training. Persuasive communication skills
facilities that are not part   are required to participate in specialised discussions
of the water industry as       to resolve issues, including explaining policy to the
defined in clause 4.2; or      public and/or others and reconciling different points
(ii) the mains, drains and     of view.
lines immediately              Level 6: Judgment and problem solving skills are
connecting to such             required where there is a lack of definition requiring
buildings, structures or       analysis of a number of options. Typical judgments
facilities,                    may require variation of work priorities and
(other than by employers       approaches; some creativity and originality may be
otherwise within the           required. Guidance and counsel may be available
water industry);               within the time available to make a choice. Provide
(c) the construction,          higher level supervision of groups of operational,
manufacture, sale,             administrative, trades or technical employees.
installation or repair of      Employees supervised may be in a number of
water tanks (other than        different work areas, requiring motivation,
by employers otherwise         monitoring, managing and co ordination to achieve
within the water               specific outputs. Positions may require an
industry); or                  understanding and implementation of relevant
(d) the processing or          employment policies and practices.
supply of bottled water.       Level 7: Provides professional and/or specialist
                               technical services to complete assignments or projects
                               in consultation with
4.4 This award does not       other employees. May work with a team of employees
cover:                        requiring the review and approval of more complex
(a) employers and             elements of the work. Positions require considerable
employees covered by          knowledge and a level of skill in a specific area to
the Local Government          resolve issues having elements of complexity which
Industry Award 2010;          may not be clearly defined. Skills and knowledge
(b) contractors to owners     needed are beyond those normally acquired through
or operators of water         the completion of secondary education alone and
industry facilities or        normally acquired through completion of a degree
infrastructure, and the       with little or no relevant work experience, or a
employees of such             diploma with considerable work experience.
contractors, where such       Level 8: Provides a specialist service in the completion
contractors are covered       of work and/or projects which have elements of
by any of the following       complexity (composed of many parts that may be
awards:                       more conceptual than definite). Technical employees
(i) Building and              at this level may manage more complex projects
Construction General On-      involving people and other resources. Professional
site Award 2010;              employees at this level may manage minor projects
(ii) Electrical, Electronic   involving employees in lower levels and other
and Communications            resources. Interpersonal skills in leading and
Contracting Award 2010;       motivating employees in different teams/locations
(iii) Joinery and Building    may be required, as well as persuasive skills to resolve
Trades Award 2010;            problems or provide specialised advice.
(iv) Manufacturing and        Level 9: Accountable for the effective management of
Associated Industries and     major sections or projects within their area of
Occupations Award 2010;       expertise. Provides a professional advisory role to
                              people within or
(v) Mobile Crane Hiring        outside the employer on major areas of policy or on
Award 2010;                    key issues of significance to the organisation. Such
(vi) Plumbing and Fire         advice may commit the employer and have significant
Sprinklers Award 2010; or      impact upon external parties dealing with the
(vii) Professional             employer. The position’s influence would have an
Employees Award 2010,          important role in the overall performance of the
unless such contractor is      function. Positions require knowledge and skills for
a sub-contract operator        the direction and control of a key function of the
of water industry facilities   employer or major functions within a department.
or infrastructure;             Positions require expert knowledge and skills involving
(c) a chief executive          elements of creativity and innovation in addressing
officer, however               and resolving major issues. Employees may direct
described, executives and      professional or other staff in the planning,
other senior officers not      implementation and review of major programs, as
covered by a classification    well as participating as a key member of a functional
in Schedule                    team. Positions at this level may also be required to
B—Classifications; or          manage staff, resolve operational problems and
(d) an employee excluded       participate in a discrete management team to resolve
from award coverage by         key problems.
the Act.                       Level 10: Makes determinative decisions and is
4.5 The award does not         accountable under delegated authority. Influences day-
cover employees who are        to-day and/or strategic direction of a department.
covered by a modern            May lead development and/or implementation of
enterprise award, or an        policy. High level of independence in determining
enterprise instrument          direction and approach to issues. Require the
(within the meaning of         application of a range of specialist knowledge and
the Fair Work                  skills, including relevant legislation, policies and other
(Transitional Provisions       areas of precedent. Application of developed
and Consequential              management skills to establish and/or monitor goals
                               and objectives. Manage employees, budgets, work




Amendments) Act 2009           programs or major projects of the employer or a
(Cth)), or employers in        department utilising leadership, evaluation and
relation to those              monitoring skills to facilitate achievement of
employees.                     objectives. Ability to generate innovative approaches
                               to more effectively deploy resources, meet changing
                               circumstances and improve services. Highly developed
                               interpersonal skills to influence, persuade and/or
                               motivate others to achieve objectives critical to the
                               employer and to resolve conflict.
Wine Industry Award   MA000090   This industry award         Guillotine machinist Packer as defined in clause 3.1
2010                             covers employers            Press operator light Process Worker Sewing machinist
                                 throughout Australia in     Spring coiling machinist required to set up machine
                                 the Wine Industry and       Spring maker required to set up machine
                                 their employees in the      Tradespersons assistant Welder—electric spot and
                                 classifications in this     buff Vyceman Wood machinist—2nd class basic
                                 award to the exclusion of   inventory control in the context of a production
                                 any other award. This       process; basic keyboard skills; advanced soldering
                                 award does not cover an     techniques; Air hammer operator Assembler and/or
                                 employee excluded from      wirer tractor and assembler etc. Band sawyer Boiler
                                 award coverage by the       attendant or fireman Cold setter Dismantler Driller of
                                 Act.                        body panels Electric machine cutter trim Electroplater
                                                             second class Furnace person foundry Grinder other
                                                             than in assembly plant Heat treatment attendant
                                                             Machinist—2nd class Machine setter other Material
                                                             chaser Moulder Painter on prime coats other than in
                                                             assembly plant, on floors, chassis, etc. Painter’s wet
                                                             rubber Plastics developer—2nd class Polisher Press
                                                             operator over 250 tonnes Slinger Solder Annealer
                                                             and/or case hardener Assembler and/or wirer chassis
                                                             Assembler of bodies or parts when on line Body
                                                             maker—2nd class Boiler attendant Crane driver Dent
                                                             knocker Die setter press Fork-lift driver, mobile crane
                                                             driver and driver of motor vehicle up to eight tonnes.
                                                             Grinder using portable machine assembly plant High
                                                             stack operator Metal finisher Painter on prime coats
                                                             vehicle assembly plants Rigger Solderer on the line
                                                             Spotter and/or toucher up Squab or




                                                             cushion maker Trimmer sectional Welder other than
                                                             trade using oxy, etc. automotive electrician
                                                             Bodymaker 1st class Boilermaker Cabinet maker
                                                             Carpenter Die setter when working on try outs
                                                             Electrical fitter Electrician special class Electroplater
                                                             1st class Fitter and turner Heat treater Jigmaker
                                                             Machinist 1st class Motor mechanic Motor tuner and
                                                             tester Motor body developer Painter Patternmaker
                                                             Plastics developer first class Plumber Refrigerator
                                                             mechanic Signwriter Smith tradesperson Spring maker
                                                             Tradesperson marker off Trouble chaser Trimmer
                                                             Welder Wood machinist 1st class performs
                                                             operations on a Computer Aided Design/Computer
                                                             Aided Manufacturing (CAD/CAM) terminal in the
                                                             performance of routine modifications to Numeric
                                                             Control/Computer Numeric Control (NC/CNC)
                                                             programs; and high voltage switching. works in
                                                             machines or equipment which utilise complex
                                                             electric/electronic circuitry; and/or
                                                             hydraulic/pneumatic controls or a combination
                                                             thereof; works on instruments which make up a
                                                             complex control system which utilises some
                                                             combination of electrical, electronic, mechanical or
                                                             fluid power principles; applies advanced computer
                                                             numerical control techniques in machining, cutting,
                                                             welding or fabrication; exercises intermediate
                                                                  CAD/CAM skills in the performance of routine
                                                                  modifications to programs; works on complex or
                                                                  intricate interconnected electrical circuits; and works
                                                                  on complex radio/communication equipment.
                                                                  detailed drafting and/or planning or technical duties
                                                                  set up, commission, maintain and operate
                                                                  sophisticated maintenance, production and test
                                                                  equipment and/or systems involving the application
                                                                  of computer operating skills ) works on various forms
                                                                  of machinery and equipment electronically controlled
                                                                  by complex digital and/or analogue control systems
                                                                  using integrated circuitry; and works on complex
                                                                  electronics, instruments, communications equipment
                                                                  or control systems which utilise electronic principles
                                                                  and electronics circuitry containing complex analogue
                                                                  and/or digital control systems using integrated
                                                                  circuitry.


Wool Storage, Sampling MA000044   This industry award             Core sampling (non-mechanical); feeding wool into
and Testing Award 2010 industry   covers employers                blending machines; head marking or branding of head
                       based      throughout Australia in         bale at receival or weighing; inserting lot plates or
                                  the raw wool testing,           dividers;
                                  skin, hide and wool             lobbing; opening or closing bales (including fadging
                                  storage services industry       and boodling); pushing into or taking rom elevators or
                                  and their employees in          drops; sewing; wheeling baskets; hand trucking; use of
                                  the classifications listed in   non-licensed material andling equipment; operate
                                  clause 13—Classifications       wool bending machine; housekeeping, appropriate
                                  and minimum wage rates          licence to operate required materials handling
                                  to the exclusion of any         equipment (other than crane or fork lift rated in
                                  other modern award.             excess of 20,000 kg), breaking out of specified bales
                                                                  for shipping, showing, pooling or blending; breaking
                                                                  out for rail trucks (including the use of mechanical
                                                                  aids); breaking down stacks of wool; port marking and
                                                                  branding of wool for shipment; operating and in
                                                                  charge of semi automatic dump press; operation of all
                                                                  appropriate materials handling equipment (other than
                                                                  crane or fork lift rated in excess of 20,000 kg), not
                                                                  requiring ancillary or incidental clerical functions;
                                                                  sheetman or fossicker; wool pressing; and weight
                                                                  adjusting. advanced level of interpersonal and
                                                                  communications skills;
                                                                   keyboard skills; ability to operate computerised
                                                                  inventory equipment ; sworn weigher or employee
                                                                  (including fork lift driver) recording or carrying out
                                                                  clerical functions in
receiving, weighing and delivering or shipping of bales
including notifying locations of bales by radio or other
electronic means; employee in charge of an out-store;
operation of semi automatic core line; and employee
responsible for the actual packing of containers with
dumped bales; operator in charge of a fully
automated coe line operation; operator in charge of
fully automatic dump press (i.e. TriPak); operator of
container handling equipment rated greater than
20,000 kg; ability to sort all types of wool to desired
graded lines; ability to allocate bin types and calculate
bin weights and percentages; responsible for sorting
wool to industry quality control standards;
understanding of operation of a wool re-handling
department; classing or sorting wool with or without
mechanical aids; and undertake appropriate recording
functions.
ability to perform testing and sampling functions and
duties without supervision and to accept additional
responsibilities; performing of 3 to 4 less complicated
testing functions, limited coreline supervision, manual
coring and associated tasks to the above such as
sample security, handling and delivery; operating
mechanical sampling equipment; weighing of bales
and recording bale ;laserscan testing; mechanical tuft
sampling; auto




residuals; atlas testing; burrs; vegetable matter
dissection; fleece Measurement testing;
batching/receivals; more complicated non-routine
testing retufting; and recoring; and processing over
weight bales. Planning, organising and supervision of
testing and/or sampling by other employees;
administering the company’s operations in a specific
area; undertaking a range of quality control duties;
participating in stock control, ordering, purchasing
and like activities associated with the testing and
sampling operations; trials of testing functions and/or
equipment for research and development purposes;
calibration of instruments; ashing; and scoured wool
testing. trottering or handling green skins and/or
handling hides; curing of skins and/or hides; preparing
skins and/or hides for classers; operator of a feeder of
skin, hide or wool press whether mobile or fixed;
cleaning/maintenance; ability to measure accurately
using gauges and meters; allocating and retrieving
goods from specific warehouse areas; periodic stock
checks; preparation and receipt of documentation
including liaison with supplier; bale clerk; trainee
shipping officer; trainee classer; and wool classer
trainee; operation of tripak ashe press or any other
similar automated dumping press; core and grab
machine operator; and skin and hide classer.




.
ards Translator


                  Definitions
                  Aboriginal community controlled health
                  services are incorporated Aboriginal
                  organisations, initiated and based in an
                  Aboriginal community. They are governed by
                  a representative Aboriginal Board of
                  Management which is elected by the local
                  Aboriginal community. They deliver holistic
                  and culturally appropriate health and well-
                  being services to the Aboriginal community
                  which controls them.
                  Aboriginal health worker includes a person
                  who is registered with a national, State or
                  Territory registration body, where registration
                  is required in the State or Territory where the
                  person is employed




                  Note: Registration as an Aboriginal health
                  worker is required in one or more States or
                  Territories. Where registration is required, an
                  employee employed in the relevant State or
                  Territory will not be employed as an
                  Aboriginal health worker unless they are
                  registered with the relevant State or Territory
                  registration body. It is intended that a national
                  registration system will be implemented and
                  variations to the definition of Aboriginal
                  health worker will be sought once that
                  registration system is established.
                  Aboriginal knowledge and cultural skills—level
                  1 means:
                  (a) an understanding, awareness and
                  sensitivity to Aboriginal culture and lore,
                  kinship and skin relationships, local cultural
                  values, the ability to conduct oneself in a
                  culturally appropriate manner and an
                  understanding that Aboriginal culture is not
                  homogenous throughout Australia;
                  (b) where relevant, a knowledge of one or
                  more relevant Australian Aboriginal language
                  groups;
(c) an ability to deliver or assist in the delivery
of effective and appropriate services to an
Aboriginal clientele through knowledge of the
relevant Australian Aboriginal community, the
ability to effectively communicate with
Aboriginal people, and a knowledge of cultural
conventions and appropriate behaviour;
(d) an awareness of the history and role of
Aboriginal organisations in the relevant
region, an understanding of the organisations
and their goals and the environment in which
the organisations operate;
(e) the ability to function effectively at work in
an Aboriginal organisation; and
(f) an understanding and/or awareness of the
concepts of Aboriginal self determination and
Aboriginal identity
Aboriginal knowledge and cultural skills—level
2 means Aboriginal knowledge and cultural
skills—level 1 plus a thorough knowledge of
the history and role of Aboriginal




organisations in the region, including an
understanding of the organisations and their
goals and knowledge of the political and
economic environment in which the
organisations operate
Aboriginal knowledge and cultural skills—level
3 means Aboriginal knowledge and cultural
skills levels 1 and 2, plus an understanding,
awareness and/or sensitivity to local, national
and international cultural values and a clear
understanding of Aboriginal organisations,
their establishment and goals, and the
political and economic environment in which
the organisations operate at a local, national
and international level
Aboriginal person will be taken to include a
Torres Strait Islander person, appropriate
certificate for the purposes of Aboriginal
Health Worker Grade 2 means successful
completion of an accredited course deemed
appropriate by an Aboriginal community
controlled health service which may include
but is not limited to Certificate II through to
Advanced Diploma courses in Aboriginal
and/or Torres Strait Islander Primary Health
Care under the Health Training Package
Aged Care industry means the provision of
accommodation and care services for aged
persons in a hostel, nursing home, aged care
independent living units, aged care serviced
apartments, garden settlement, retirement
village or any other residential
accommodation facility including in the home.


Aerial application means a flight for the
purpose of applying application material,
including any flight in support of such
operations such as inspection of a work area,
pilot training or checking, training of another
crew member, travel from a landing area to a
work area and back, carriage of a passenger as
permitted by CASA regulations, or preparation
for any of the above activities. Aerial
application includes all operations previously
called agricultural operations. Airline
operation means employers operating aircraft
for the purposes of providing commercial
scheduled passenger and freight air transport
services in, and from a base in Australia,
excluding regional airlines.
Airport reserve is a term which applies to
domestic and regional flying only and means
duty time spent by a cabin crew member at
the airport awaiting assignment to a flight or
duty
Cabin Crew manager means a cabin crew
member who is responsible for the
supervision of cabin crew members and the
management of all cabin activities including
supply and delivery of in-flight
product/entertainment in conjunction with
overseeing customer and crew safety, and
initiation and performance of emergency
procedures when necessary onboard aircraft.
And also performs duties associated with
arrivals and departures of aircraft, as required.
Cabin crew member means a person
responsible for the comfort and safety of
passengers in their carriage by aircraft, in
accordance with the standards and
regulations determined by the employer, and
employed under the provision of this award
Deadhead travel means all travel performed
under direction not associated with the actual
operation of the aircraft. For the purpose of
this award deadhead travel time will be
regarded as duty time.




Domestic cabin crew member means a cabin
crew member predominantly undertaking
domestic flying
Domestic flying means any flying that is not
international or regional flying
International cabin crew member means a
cabin crew member predominantly
undertaking international flying
Regional cabin crew member means a cabin
crew member employed by a regional airline
Sign-on (domestic and regional cabin crew)
means the time a cabin crew member is
required to report for flight duty and will be
no less than 45 minutes prior to the departure
of a flight. Airport Reserve or other duties
will be the rostered commencement time for
that duty.
Airline Operations - Ground Staff Award
covers operating and/or ancillary on-airport
servicing of aircraft used for the purposes of
providing commercial passenger or freight air
transport services (scheduled or non-
scheduled), and private business and
instructional flying in, and from a base in,
Australia.
Technical services officer, Administrative
services officer, Ground services officer,
Professional engineer
Alpine resort means an establishment whose
business, among other things, includes alpine
lifting
Junior employee means an employee who is
less than 19 years old
Snowsports instructor is an employee whose
primary role is the teaching of skiing or
boarding including race and specialist program
coaches
Aluminium Industry involves bauxite
operations and the treatment of bauxite,
alumina, aluminium or any of their
derivatives, including: resource drilling,
extraction, rehabilitation work and treatment
of bauxite; all processing, refining, smelting,
melting, casting and rolling operations
performed in connection with the treatment
of bauxite, alumina, aluminium and any of
their derivatives; activities ancillary to the
above, including: generation/transmission of
power/steam that is ancillary/incidental above
activities; bulk materials handling at a wharf
or any load out/in facility; supplementary
labour services used in activities above by
supplementary labour personnel principally
engaged to perform work at a location where
such activities are being performed; servicing,
maintaining, or repairing (including
mechanical, electrical, fabricating or
engineering) or repairing of plant and
equipment used in above activities (but note
conditions and exclusions in award).
Ambulance and patient transport industry
means the provision of ambulance and patient
transport services and ambulance and patient
transport education and training
Amusement, Events and Recreation industry
involves the operation of leisure and
recreation facilities and centres; sporting,
exhibition, convention and amusement
complexes; theme parks (locations or
enterprises operating attractions or
amusements, whether indoor or outdoor,
open to the public); heritage, tourism and
cultural centres; museums and galleries;
animal parks and aquariums; agricultural and
horticultural shows; carnivals and amusement
parks; ten pin bowling venues; go-kart racing
venues; amusement arcades, including video
game and pinball parlours; supply,
preparation, marking out, fabrication,
installation, erection or dismantling of
exhibition stands or associated components
for the trades and public promotions industry.
Exclusions: health and fitness services and
classes; employers bound by Building and
Construction General On-site Award 2010;
Electrical, Electronic and Communications
Contracting Award 2010; Joinery and Building
Trades Award 2010; or Travelling Shows
Award 2010.
Animal care industry means community-
based charity organisations working to
prevent cruelty to animals by actively
promoting their care and protection and
educating people in the care of animals
Associate means a veterinary surgeon who is
employed on a full-time, part-time or casual
basis
associate’s ordinary rate of pay means the
actual remuneration for the associate’s
normal weekly rostered hours of work
See Coverage & Classifications.
Experienced Graduate of Architecture is a
Graduate of Architecture who is performing
the duties as defined for Level
2(a)—Experienced Graduate of Architecture in
clause 15—Minimum wages. Graduate of
Architecture means an employee who holds
an Approved Qualification under the eligibility
requirements for admission to the
Architectural Practice Examination (APE) for
registration as an Architect under Australian
legislation. Student of architecture is an
employee who is normally enrolled full-time in
a course of architecture and who is employed
to gain experience in the practice of
architecture.
Ashphalt industry involves roadmaking;
manufacture or preparation, applying, laying
or fixing of bitumen emulsion, asphalt
emulsion, bitumen or asphalt preparations,
hot pre-mixed asphalt, cold paved asphalt and
mastic asphalt.




Banking, Finance and Insurance Industry
means the industries of banking, lending,
loaning, providing credit, investment, finance,
superannuation, all forms of insurance, credit
unions, building societies, financial
intermediaries, trustee creditors and agencies,
money market dealers, credit or charge card
institutions, wool broking, agribusiness and
services to the above industries such as
broking, trading, debt recovery, financial
consulting, valuation, money changing, data
processing, transaction accounts, telephone
enquires and transaction processing.
For the purposes of this award, Black Coal
Mining Industry has the meaning applied by
the courts and industrial tribunals, including
the Coal Industry Tribunal. Subject to the
foregoing, the black coal mining industry
includes: (a) the extraction or mining of black
coal on a coal mining lease by means of
underground or surface mining methods;
(b) the processing of black coal at a coal
handling or coal processing plant on or
adjacent to a coal mining lease;
(c) the transportation of black coal on a coal
mining lease; and
(d) other work on a coal mining lease directly
connected with the extraction, mining and
processing of black coal.
4.3 The black coal mining industry does not
include:
(a) the mining of brown coal in conjunction
with the operation of a power station;
(b) the work of employees employed in head
offices or corporate administration offices
(but excluding work in town offices associated
with the day-to-day operation of a local mine
or mines) of employers engaged in the black
coal mining industry;




(c) the operation of a coal export terminal;
(d) construction work on or adjacent to a coal
mine site;
(e) catering and other domestic services;
(f) haulage of coal off a coal mining lease
(unless such haulage is to a wash plant or char
plant in the vicinity of the mine); or
(g) the supply of shotfiring or other explosive
services by an employer not otherwise
engaged in the black coal mining industry.
Note: Where there is no classification for a
particular employee in this award it is possible
that the employer and that employee are
covered by an award with occupational
coverage.
Book Industry involves the receipt, perusal,
editing and preparation of manuscripts and
other material for publication in book form, or
the supervision thereof, or in any branch of
writing, drawing or photographic work for
publicity or public relations purposes in
relation to publications in book form, other
than those substantially engaged in
marketing. Excludes executives or managers.




Broadcasting and Recorded Entertainment
Industry involves production (including pre-
production and post-production),
broadcasting, distribution, showing, making
available, and/or sale of audio and
audio/visual content including but not limited
to feature films, television programs
(including series, serials, telemovies and mini-
series), news, current affairs, sport,
documentaries, video clips, digital video discs,
television commercials, training films and the
like whether for television exhibition,
theatrical exhibition, sale to the public, digital
media release or release in any other medium
On-Site Building, Engineering and Civil
Construction Industrymeans the industry of
general building and construction, civil
construction and metal and engineering
construction, in all cases undertaken on-site.
(a) general building and construction means:
(i) the construction, alteration, extension,
restoration, repair, demolition or dismantling
of buildings, structures or works that form, or
are to form, part of land, whether or not the
buildings, structures or works are permanent
and maintenance undertaken by employees of
employers covered by clause 4.1 of such
buildings, structures or works;
(ii) site clearance, earth-moving, excavation,
site restoration, landscaping and the provision
of car parks and other access works associated
with the activities within clause 4.7(a)(i); and
(iii) the installation in any building, structure
or works of fittings and services; (b) civil
construction means: (i) the construction,
repair, maintenance or demolition of: civil
and/or mechanical engineering projects;
power transmission, light, television, radio,
communication, radar, navigation,
observation towers or structures; power
houses, chemical plants, hydrocarbons and/or
oil treatment plants or refineries; silos; and/or
sports and/or entertainment complexes; (ii)
road
making and the manufacture or preparation,
applying, laying or fixing of bitumen emulsion,
asphalt emulsion, bitumen or asphalt
preparations, hot pre-mixed asphalt, cold
paved asphalt and mastic asphalt;
(iii) the prefabrication and installation of
geomembranes, geotextiles and
appurtenances; (iv) dredging or sluicing work
for or at premises provided for persons
mentioned in or in connection with work
under clause 4.7(b)(i); (v) the testing of soil,
concrete and aggregate when it is carried out
at a construction site in or in connection with
work under clause 4.7(b)(i); (vi) batch plants
and precast yards at a construction site in or
in connection with work under clause
4.7(b)(i);
(vii) traffic management in or in connection
with work under clause 4.7(b)(i);
(viii) construction and/or establishment of
landscape gardens in or in connection with
work under clause 4.7(b)(i), provided that this
award does not apply to the: maintenance or
horticultural establishment work following
practical completion of work as specified
under the terms of the construction contract
or project; and/or laying-out, construction,
cultivation or keeping in order of gardens in
connection with private houses; (ix)




the industry or calling of either or both
catering and cleaning for or at premises
provided for persons mentioned in clause
4.7(b)(i);
(x) car parks excepting car park buildings and
car parks within the alignment of a building;
and
(xi) railways, tramways, roads, freeways,
causeways, aerodromes, drains, dams, weirs,
bridges, overpasses, underpasses, channels,
waterworks, pipe tracks, tunnels, water and
sewerage works, conduits, and all concrete
work and preparation incidental thereto; (c)
metal and engineering construction means:
(i) metal trades work performed in the work
of construction, fabrication, erection and/or
installation work or work incidental thereto
when it is carried out at a construction site
which is specifically established for the
purpose of constructing, fabricating, erecting
and/or installing the following: power
stations, oil refineries, terminals and depots;
chemical, petro-chemical and hydrocarbon
plants; and associated plant, plant facilities
and equipment; major industrial and
commercial undertakings and associated
plant,
plant facilities and equipment including
undertakings for the processing and/or
smelting of ferrous and non-ferrous metals,
the processing of forest products and
associated by-products, acid and fertiliser
plants, cement and lime works, and other
major industrial undertakings of a like nature;
plant, plant facilities and equipment in
connection with the extraction, refining
and/or treatment of minerals, chemicals and
the like; transmission and similar towers,
transmission lines and associated plant, plant
facilities and equipment; lifts and escalators as
prescribed in clause 42—Lift industry; facilities
and equipment in other engineering projects;
and (ii)maintenance and/or repair and/or
servicing work carried out on-site by the
employees of contractors or subcontractors in
connection with contracts for on-site
construction work referred to in clause
4.7(c)(i). This does not include any work which
is incidental to or of a minor nature in relation
to the work normally performed by an
employee of an employer not engaged
substantially in metal and engineering
construction. Note: Where there is no
classification for a particular employee in this
award it is possible that the employer and that
employee are covered by an award with
occupational coverage.




Business Equipment Industry means the sale
or lease and associated installation and
servicing of business equipment such as
computers, data processing equipment,
photocopiers, facsimile machines, cash
registers, accounting and adding machines,
calculators and peripheral equipment
associated with such equipment including
keyboards, display screens, printers, routers
and multifunction devices.
Car Parking Industry means the provision of
parking and related services for cars and other
vehicles on a commercial basis but does not
include the provision of such services which
are incidental or ancillary to the operations of
an employer primarily engaged in another
industry




Cement and Lime industry is where work
happens in or in connection with or incidental
to the manufacture and/or handling of
cement, clinker, flyash, lime and hydrated
lime within production establishments, or
work in or in connection with or incidental to
the distribution of cement, clinker, flyash, lime
and hydrated lime out of production
establishments, or work in or in connection
with or incidental to the receival of and/or the
distribution of cement, clinker, flyash, lime or
hydrated lime into or from bulk silos
See Coverage & Classifcations.
Adjunct care means care provided within a
facility where the parent or guardian remains
responsible for the child and remains close by,
usually on the premises
Childcare means a program providing care,
support supervision and development for
children
Children’s services and early childhood
education industry means the industry of long
day care, occasional care (including those
occasional care services not licensed),
nurseries, childcare centres, day care facilities,
family based childcare, out-of-school hours
care, vacation care, adjunct care, in-home
care, kindergartens and preschools, mobile
centres and early childhood intervention
programs
Employee means a national system employee
as defined in section 13 and 30C of the Act but
does not include an employee covered by the
Educational Services (Teachers) Award 2010
Long day care centre means a childcare
establishment which usually provides services
over a period of approximately eight hours or
more each day for approximately 48 weeks or
more during the year
Ocasional care means a service that provides
short-term childcare
Out-of-school hours care means a program
providing childcare and recreation before
and/or after school hours and/or during
school vacation periods
Preschool means a kindergarten, day school or
nursery school and will include:
(a) a full day care centre which means an
establishment which does not operate on a
sessional basis, but which usually operates
during hours and terms which approximate
those of a recognised school.
(b) a sessional care centre which means an
establishment which operates on the basis of
morning and/or afternoon sessions and which
usually operates during hours and terms
which approximate those of a recognised
school.
School education weeks of the year means the
school education weeks of the year as
gazetted or recognised in the relevant State or
Territory
Standard rate means the minimum weekly
rate for a Children’s Services Employee Level
3.1 (Certificate III qualified) in clause
14—Minimum wages
Unit means a group or class of children which
does not at any one time exceed 25 children,
but which need not necessarily consist of the
same children at all times
Vacation care means a service that provides
care for school age children during non term
time
The Contract Cleaning Services Industry
means the business of providing cleaning
services under a contract and includes:
cleaning (including event cleaning, trolley
collection and hygiene and pollution control
but excluding trolley collection covered by the
General Retail Industry Award ); and minor
property maintenance which is incidental or
peripheral to cleaning. For the purpose of this
clause event cleaning means the provision of
cleaning, in connection with the staging of
sporting, cultural, scientific, technological,
agricultural or entertainment events and
exhibitions.
Clerical work includes recording, typing,
calculating, invoicing, billing, charging,
checking, receiving and answering calls, cash
handling, operating a telephone switchboard
and attending a reception desk.
A Coal Export Terminal is a facility that
receives and stockpiles coal, and loads coal
onto vessels for export and which does not
deal with other cargo or undertake other port
activities unless such cargo or activities are of
a minor nature or incidental to that facility’s
activities relating to the receipt, stockpiling
and loading of coal.




Advertising Sales Representative means a
person employed, substantially away from the
employer’s place of business, in soliciting
orders, obtaining sales leads or appointments
or otherwise promoting sales for, or selling
advertising space or time of any kind
Commercial Traveller means a person
employed, substantially away from the
employer’s place of business, for the purpose
of soliciting orders for, or selling articles,
goods, wares or merchandise or material for
wholesale sale, for resale, or for use in or in
connection with the production and/or
preparation and/or distribution of
commodities for sale by the customer
Commission means any financial incentive
payment, financial bonus or financial reward
directly related to the soliciting or obtaining of
orders or business by an individual
Commercial Traveller, but will not be deemed
to include any incentive payment, bonus or
reward periodically made by the employer on
the basis of profitability or performance of the
employee, or any section, group or division
thereof
Merchandiser means a person who is
employed away from, or substantially away
from, the employer’s place of
business in promoting the employer’s
products, re ordering stock and preparing
display units and gondola ends, and who in
conjunction with these principal functions
may solicit orders as a minor feature of the
employee’s work
Probationary Traveller means an Advertising
Sales Representative or Commercial Traveller
who has less than three months service with
the employer
Concrete Products Industry means fabrication
or manufacture of cement products or
concrete products including concrete panels,
concrete pipes, monier or concrete tubs,
baths, sinks, ventilating shafts, troughs,
blocks, rollers, tiles, pavers, slabs, gutter
bridges, plates, pile armours, bridge piles and
similar articles and preparing reinforcement of
steel or wire for use in making such articles.
Contract Call Centre Industry means: any
business whose principal function is supplying
inbound or outbound customer contact
services to a number of clients, on a contract
basis, and whose business is independent of
the client; and any business which supplies
labour to a business in the contract call centre
industry on a labour hire basis in respect of
any such labour hire employees while
engaged in the performance of work for a
business in the contract call centre industry.
Customer contact services means any
inbound or outbound work, including
telephone sales, using the telephone or other
telecommunication devices such as facsimiles,
the internet or email.
Corrections and Detention Industry means
the private operation of correctional facilities,
custody centres, court custody services and
detention facilities, and the private operation
of prisoner or detainee facilities or services,
including the provision of security escort
services to and from correctional facilities,
courts and/or hospitals carried out by private
operators.
See Coverage & Classifications.




Dredging industry means: the operation of
vessels in dredging or sluicing work generally
and including such work in relation to land
reclamation, metalliferous and other mining,
and oil and gas projects; and the operation of
vessels, barges, self-propelled dredges, tugs or
other self-propelled vessels, used in the
dredging of ports, harbours, bays, estuaries,
rivers and channels requiring travelling to or
from a dumping area, or whilst moving from
port to port
Dry Cleaning and Laundry Industry means the
industry of:
(a) dry cleaning, dyeing and/or repairing
and/or invisible mending of garments or
articles in dry cleaning establishments or their
auxiliary receiving depots; and
(b) washing, sorting and/or packing of laundry
in laundries and laundrettes including the
repair of items and preparation of garments
for rental; and
(c) performing any operation incidental to the
activities in clauses 3.1(a) or (b) of this
definition in dry cleaning, laundry or
combined dry cleaning/laundry
establishments
Foul laundry means laundry that contains
human excreta.




Post-secondary educational services industry
means the provision of education and training
to persons over the age of 16 years who have
exited the school education system. This
includes: vocational education and training
(VET) teaching leading to qualifications
recognised within the AQF; ELICOS and TESOL
teaching; LOTE teaching; English language,
literacy and numeracy teaching; English
language teaching in migrant education
programmes; community and adult education
teaching not leading to qualifications
recognised by the AQF; undergraduate and
postgraduate teaching leading to the
conferring of accredited degrees or other
higher education qualifications recognised
within the AQF, except teaching in a university
approved to operate in Australia; foundation
studies programmes or bridging course
teaching where the programme or course is
preparatory to or articulates
with programmes of teaching leading to
higher education qualifications recognised
within the AQF; and the employees of any
student unions established for students in
institutions providing post-secondary
educational services.

Exclusions: This award does not apply to any
secondary school; any employer in respect of
an employee to whom the Higher Education
Industry—Academic Staff—Award 2010 or the
Higher Education Industry—General
Staff—Award 2010 applies; or any employer
whose principal function is the provision of
labour market assistance programs.




School education industry means the
provision of education including preschool or
early childhood education in a school,
registered and/or accredited under the
relevant authority in each state or territory or
in an early childhood service operated by a
school, including all operations of the school.
Where the provision of school education is
directed, managed and/or controlled by a
central or regional administration of a system
of schools it may also include persons
involved in providing such services to schools.
In this award, unless the contrary intention
appears:
all other teachers means an employee who
does not have the qualifications of a three
year, four year or five year trained teacher
children’s services and early childhood
education industry means the industry of long
day care, occasional care (including those
occasional care services not licensed),
nurseries, childcare centres, day care facilities,
family based childcare, out-of-school hours
care, vacation care, adjunct care, in-home
care, kindergartens and preschools, mobile
centres and early childhood intervention
programs
director means the employee appointed by
the employer to be responsible for the overall
management and administration of a service
in which an early childhood/preschool teacher
is employed
five year trained teacher means a teacher
who has completed a degree in education or
early childhood education that requires four
years of full-time study at an Australian
university and in addition has completed a
postgraduate degree at an Australian
university requiring at least one year of full-
time study, or the equivalent as determined
by the National Office of Overseas
Skills Recognition, or the relevant State or
Territory teacher registration authority, or in
the case of early childhood teachers the
relevant licensing and accreditation authority
four year trained teacher means a teacher
who has completed a degree in education or
early childhood education that requires four
years of full-time study at an Australian
university or the equivalent as determined by
the National Office of Overseas Skills
Recognition, or the relevant State or Territory
teacher registration authority, or in the case of
early childhood teachers the relevant licensing
and accreditation authority
preschool means a service in the children’s
services and early childhood education
industry which usually operates during hours
and terms which approximate those of a
recognised school, and includes a
kindergarten, day school or nursery school
principal means the employee appointed by
the employer to the most senior leadership
position in a school
school education industry means the provision
of education, including preschool or early
childhood education, in a school registered
and/or accredited under the relevant
authority in each State or Territory or in an
early childhood service operated by a school




and includes all operations of the school.
Where the provision of school education is
directed, managed and/or controlled by a
central or regional administration of a system
of schools it may also include the persons
involved in providing such services to schools.
teacher means a person employed as such by
a school, children’s service or early childhood
education service and who performs duties
which include delivering an educational
program, assessing student participation in an
education program, administering an
education program and performing other
duties incidental to the delivery of the
education program. So as to remove any
doubt, teacher includes a teacher in a senior
leadership position, but not a principal or
deputy principal.
three year trained teacher means a teacher
who has completed a degree in education or
early childhood education that requires three
years of full-time study at an Australian
university or the equivalent as determined by
the
National Office of Overseas Skills Recognition,
or the relevant State or Territory teacher
registration authority, or in the case of early
childhood teachers the relevant licensing and
accreditation authority
two year trained teacher means any teacher
employed in the children’s services and early
childhood education industry as at the
commencement of this award who has
completed a two year full-time course in early
childhood education and who has been
recognised as an early childhood teacher by
the relevant State or Territory licensing and
accreditation authority.



Electrical Power Industry means the
generation (by whatever means),
transmission, distribution and retail supply of
electrical power; the mining, processing and
treatment of brown coal (by whatever means)
for use in generating electrical power; the
retail supply of gas and other utility services
by an employer whose core business is within
clause 4.2(a); the provision of temporary
labour services used in activities within
clauses 4.2(a) and/or (b) by temporary labour
personnel principally engaged to perform
work at a location where such activities are
being performed.
Exclusion: the generation and/or transmission
of power and/or steam that is ancillary or
incidental to the employer’s activities in
another industry.
Electrical Services includes: the maintenance
of electric power distribution lines and all
associated work; and/or the installation of
electric light and power, all classes of
assembly, wiring, repair and maintenance of
electrical installations and appliances
including, without in any way limiting the
generality of the foregoing, the assembling,
installing, diagnosing, servicing and rectifying
of faults in any of the following: electronic
products (e.g. television receivers, video
cassette recorders, audio equipment/systems,
home computers, etc) and any combination of
these products together with ancillary devices
and/or equipment; television and radio
transmitting devices including: LF (low
frequency); HF (high frequency); VHF (very
high frequency); UHF (ultra high frequency);
and CB radios; telemetry systems and ancillary
equipment; multiple access television
distribution systems; computers and their
peripherals; microwave and associated
equipment; electrically operated refrigeration
and air conditioning plant and/or equipment;
telephone communication devices; fibre optic
transmission lines and associated equipment;
public address systems;




domestic satellite television receivers;
maritime electronic equipment (including
depth sounders, radar, etc); security alarm
systems; fire alarm systems; superconductivity
systems and associated equipment;
electromagnetic devices; instrumentation; and
all work incidental to the above.
Fast Food Industry means the industry of
taking orders for and/or preparation and/or
sale and/or delivery of: meals, snacks and/or
beverages, which are sold to the public
primarily to be consumed away from the point
of sale; take away foods and beverages
packaged sold or served in such a manner as
to allow their being taken from the point of
sale to be consumed elsewhere should the
customer so decide; and/or food and/or
beverages in food courts and/or in shopping
centres and/or in retail complexes, excluding
coffee shops, cafes, bars and restaurants
providing primarily a sit down service inside
the catering establishment



In this award, unless the contrary intention
appears:
appointed station means the station of the
brigade to which a firefighter or station officer
is appointed
duty station means the station at which a
firefighter or station officer is carrying out
their normal duties, whether at the appointed
station or not.
Fitness Industry means the operation or
provision of: fitness centres; fitness services or
classes; group fitness organisations; weight
loss/control centres; aquatic centres; aquatic
services or classes; indoor sports centres; golf
driving ranges; dance centres; martial arts
centres; and recreational camps.




Food, beverage and tobacco manufacturing
means the preparing, cooking, baking,
blending, brewing, fermenting, preserving,
filleting, gutting, freezing, refrigerating,
decorating, washing, grading, processing,
distilling, manufacturing and milling of food,
beverage and tobacco products, including
stock feed and pet food, and ancillary
activities such as: (a) the receipt, storing and
handling of ingredients and raw materials to
make food, beverage and tobacco products,
including stock feed and pet food; (b) the
bottling, canning, packaging, labelling,
palletising, storing, preparing for sale, packing
and despatching of food, beverage and
tobacco products, including stock feed and pet
food; and (c) the cleaning and sanitising of
tools, equipment and machinery used to
produce food, beverage and tobacco
products, including stock feed and pet food.
In this award, unless the contrary intention
appears:
arranging officer means a weekly employee
required to make funeral arrangements, carry
out any receptionist duties or any
administrative functions connected with the
arranging or planning of funerals and the
supervision of viewing and other duties
connected with the conduct of any office or
branch, but who will not be employed to do
any other work in the funeral industry covered
by this award
coffin without limiting its general meaning,
will include any coffin irrespective of the
material used in its construction and
manufactured for the purpose of the transfer,
cremation or interment of a deceased person
coffin maker means any employee, other than
a shop person, wholly or partially engaged in
the making, spraying, staining, lacquering,
varnishing, and/or polishing of caskets and/or
crematoria urns by hand or any mechanical
process
conductor means an employee engaged for
more than half of their working time to
supervise the carrying out of funerals from
any place to a cemetery or crematorium and
the return therefrom



embalmer means a weekly employee or a
duly qualified casual employee engaged for
more than half of their working time in the
work of sterilisation and/or preservation of
human remains and who may be employed
also in any other capacity in the undertaking
industry covered by this award
embalmer qualified means a person who is
eligible for membership of the Australian
Institute of Embalming and/or such other
equivalent institute and is qualified to carry
out tasks such as reconstructive artistry,
cosmetic enhancements and embalming of
bodies for funerals and transhipment within
Australia and internationally
employee means a national system employee
as defined in sections 13 and 30C of the Act
funeral director’s assistant means an
employee who performs tasks associated with
preparing for funerals; including assisting with
the conduct of the funeral service, collection
and transfer of deceased persons, basic body
preparation and other mortuary tasks;
cleaning duties, including mortuary cleaning;
driving tasks; including hearses, mourning cars
and transfer vehicles
funeral industry means the provision of
funeral services, coffin manufacturing, the
removal of deceased human remains and any
ancillary services
funeral services means the preparation,
arrangement and assistance in conducting a
ceremony to mark a person’s death and/or
alternatively disposing of a person’s remains,
including but not limited to the removal of
human bodies and remains, preparing human
bodies and remains for disposal, burial, or
cremation
mortuary assistant means an employee who
carries out embalming tasks under supervision




removal means the transfer of one deceased
human remains from:
• the place of death;
• a cemetery;
• a hospital;
• a crematorium; or
• a city mortuary,
to the mortuary of a funeral director and
includes a transfer requested by police.
It does not include any subsequent transfer of
remains between a funeral director’s premises
or coffined remains to or from:
• a funeral director’s premises;
• a church;
• a chapel;
• a residence; or
• an airline, railway or shipping terminal.
Gardening and landscaping services industry
means: the design, preparation and
installation of pavements, landscape features,
and/or associated lawns and gardens in
parklands, public domain and recreation
areas; maintenance or horticultural
establishment work following practical
completion of work; the laying-out,
construction, cultivation or keeping in order of
gardens in connection with private houses;
landscape and environmental rehabilitation
and restoration works on private or public
lands; or the preparation and maintenance of
gardens and grounds including related turf
and renovation works in sports fields.




Gas Industry means the transmission,
distribution, wholesaling and retailing of gas
to industrial, commercial and domestic
consumers.
Exclusions: This award does not cover:
the retail, marketing and supply of gas where
that activity is incidental or supplementary to
the core business of an employer covered by
the Electrical Power Industry Award 2010;
the industry of the manufacture, making,
processing, treatment, preparation,
extraction, separation and associated storage,
transport, distribution, sales and marketing of
industrial, medical and special gases;
the industry of the manufacture, processing,
transportation, storage, distribution,
marketing and sale of liquefied petroleum (LP)
gas;
employers and employees covered by the
Hydrocarbons Industry (Upstream) Award
2010;
employers and employees covered by the
Road Transport and Distribution Award 2010;
or
employees wholly or mainly engaged in
professional or managerial positions.
Community pharmacy means any business
conducted by the employer in premises: that
are registered under the relevant State or
Territory legislation for the regulation of
pharmacies; and that are established either in
whole or in part for the compounding or
dispensing of prescriptions or for vending any
medicines or drugs; and where other goods
may be sold by retail .Fast food operations
means taking orders for and/or preparation
and/or sale and/or delivery of: meals, snacks
and/or beverages, which are sold to the public
primarily to be consumed away from the point
of sale; and/or take away foods and beverages
packaged sold or served in such a manner as
to allow their being taken from the point of
sale to be consumed elsewhere should the
customer so decide; and/or food and/or
beverages in food courts and/or in shopping
centres and/or in retail complexes, excluding
coffee shops, cafes, bars and restaurants
providing primarily a sit down service inside
the catering establishment. General retail
industry means the sale or hire of goods or
services to final consumers for personal or
household consumption including: food
retailing, supermarkets,




grocery stores; department stores, clothing
and soft goods retailing; furniture, house ware
and appliance retailing; recreational goods
retailing; personal and household goods
retailing; household equipment repair
services; bakery shops; but does not include:
community pharmacies; pharmacies in
hospitals and institutions providing an in-
patient service; hair and beauty
establishments; hair and beauty work
undertaken in the theatrical, amusement and
entertainment industries; stand-alone butcher
shops;
stand-alone nurseries; retail activities
conducted from a manufacturing or
processing establishment; clerical functions
performed away from the retail
establishment; warehousing and distribution;
motor vehicle retailing and motor vehicle fuel
and parts retailing; fast food operations;
restaurants, cafes, hotels and motels; or
building, construction, installation, repair and
maintenance contractors engaged to perform
work at a retail establishment . Video shop
means any business conducted by the
employer in premises where the primary
function is the hire of videos, DVDs or
electronic games to the public .
Graphic arts, printing, publishing and
associated industries and occupations
means the following industries, parts of
industries and occupations: composing,
reading, electrotyping, stereotyping,
letterpress machining, lithographic machining,
lithographing, screen printing, printing of all
classes, slug-casting or type-casting machine
attending and adjusting and/or repairing; type-
founding; engraving, process engraving
and/or photo engraving; commercial and/or
lithographic designing, writing and/or
drawing; publishing; despatching which is
incidental to the industries or parts of
industries covered by the award; book-
binding, binding, paper ruling and/or paper
cutting; paper making, paper working, calico
and/or paper bag making; envelope making,
stationery making and/or paper products
working; embossing; cardboard box making,
carton making (including the making of any
kind of boxes and/or containers of paper
and/or cardboard used alone or in
combination with any other material or
materials); mailing houses, including
(without limiting the generality or ordinary
meaning of the phrase) folding,
paging, numbering, perforating,




gathering, collating, inter-leaving, wrapping,
sealing, addressing, mailing, despatching,
stamping, inserting, security paper working,
wire stapling, envelope working, direct mail
systems working, addressograph work, paper
products work and machine working or in
connection with enveloping, sealing,
automatic/computer addressing and/or
wrapping; creation of designs, concepts or
layouts used or intended to be used in the
advertising or marketing of commodities or
service or for other uses in or in connection
with the industry of commercial and industrial
art, the execution of finished art, that is, the
preparation of individual components of
finished art(including illustrations, borders,
retouching of photographs, photographic
reproportioning and lettering by hand or
transfer) and the final assembly of these
components (including the paste up of
reproduction type, profiling
illustrations, key line drawings etc);
production of non-daily and regional daily
newspapers, which includes any
business, trade, manufacture, undertaking,
calling, service, employment,handicraft or
industrial occupation in the printing and any
kindred industries; commercial and industrial
art within the production described in clause
4.5(n); the composing or imposition or
assembly of matter which is to be printed and
the transfer of images by use of cameras or
scanners or transparency duplications to
obtain a relief of planographic or intaglio
formation for
printing; and plastics manufacturing or any of
the processes of or incidental to the
manufacturing of plastics or of goods
manufactured there from or substitutes
therefore but only to the extent that such
manufacturing or processes are incidental to
printing.



Hair and beauty industry means the
performing and/or carrying out, in any
hairdressing salon, of shaving, haircutting,
hairdressing, hair trimming, facial waxing, hair
curling or waving, beard trimming, face or
head massaging, shampooing, wig-making,
hair working, hair dyeing, manicuring, eye-
brow waxing or lash tinting, or any process or
treatment of the hair, head or face carried on,
using or engaged in a hairdressing salon, and
includes the sharpening or setting of razors in
a hairdressing salon
Health industry means employers whose
business and/or activity is in the delivery of
health care, medical services and dental
services
Higher education industry means educational
institutions providing undergraduate and post
graduate teaching leading to the conferring of
accredited degrees and performing research
to support and inform the curriculum




Higher education industry means educational
institutions providing undergraduate and
postgraduate teaching leading to the
conferring of accredited degrees and
performing research to support and inform
the curriculum.




Horse and Greyhound Training Industry
means the business, calling or occupation of
the training and preparation of animals for the
thoroughbred, trotting, harness and
greyhound racing industries and covers the
functions of pre-training, grooming, feeding,
handling, stabling and exercising of animals,
the cleaning, care and maintenance of stables
and associated training equipment and the
care and leading in of horses at race meetings.
Horticulture Industry means: agricultural
holdings, flower or vegetable market gardens
in connection with the sowing, planting,
raising, cultivation, harvesting, picking,
packing or treating of horticultural crops,
including fruit and vegetables upon farms,
orchards and/or plantations; or clearing,
fencing, trenching, draining or otherwise
preparing or treating land for the sowing,
raising, harvesting or treating of horticultural
crops, including fruit and vegetables.
Horticulture industry does not mean: the
wine industry; silviculture and afforestation;
sugar farming or sugar cane growing, sugar
milling, sugar refining, sugar distilleries and/or
sugar terminals; any work in or in connection
with cotton growing or harvesting; cotton
ginneries and associated depots; cotton oil
mills and the extraction of oil from seed;
plant nurseries; or a broadacre mixed farming
enterprise as defined in the Pastoral Award
2010.
Hospitality Industry includes hotels; motor
inns and motels; boarding establishments;
condominiums and establishments of a like
nature; health or recreational farms; private
hotels, guest houses, serviced apartments;
caravan parks; ski lodges; holiday flats or
units, ranches or farms; hostels, or any other
type of residential or tourist accommodation;
wine saloons, wine bars or taverns; resorts;
caterers, restaurants; casinos; and function
areas and convention or like facilities
operating in association with the
aforementioned.
See Coverage & Classifcations.




Hydrocarbons Industry means:
the exploration and/or drilling for
hydrocarbons by use of on and offshore
drilling rigs or platform drilling rigs or any
other means;
the preparatory work and development of an
oil or gas field, including well servicing, and
decommissioning of hydrocarbon facilities;
the extraction, separation, production and
processing, piping, storage, distribution and
transport (including handling or loading
facilities) of hydrocarbons;
provision of services incidental to the
activities set out in clause 4.2(a) to (c) above,
including:
provision of clerical and administrative,
warehousing, stores and materials, medical,
laboratory, utility or general services, or
platform services at a location where the
activities in clause 4.2(a) to (c) above are
being performed;
provision of catering, cleaning and
accommodation services where owned or
operated by an employer engaged in the
activities set out in clause 4.2(a) to (c) above
at a location where the activities in clause
4.2(a) to (c) above are being performed;
provision of supply base services owned or
operated by an employer engaged in the
activities set out in clause 4.2(a) to (c) above;
the commissioning, servicing,
maintaining (including mechanical, electrical,
fabricating or engineering and preparatory
work) modification, upgrading or repairing of
facilities, plant and/or equipment used in the
activities set out above by employees
principally employed to perform work on an
ongoing basis at a location where the activities
described above are being performed; or
the provision of temporary labour services
used in the activities set out in clause 4.2(a) to
(e) above, by temporary labour personnel
principally engaged to perform work at a
location where the activities described above
are being performed.
Exclusions: This award does not cover:
employees who are covered by a modern
enterprise award, or an enterprise instrument
(within the meaning of the Fair Work
(Transitional Provisions and Consequential
Amendments) Act 2009 (Cth)), or employers
in relation to those employees;
an employee excluded from award coverage
by the Act;
employers in respect of their operations or
activities in the following industries or
occupations: employees principally engaged
as maritime officers, maritime engineers,
ratings and catering crew on any vessel used
in offshore hydrocarbon operations (including
but not limited to any propelled or non-
propelled vessel used in navigation,
construction or drilling, ship, barge, drilling
vessel, rig, crane vessel, floating production
facility, tug boat, support vessel, supply
vessel, stand-by/emergency vessel, pipe laying
vessel, diving support vessel, lighter or like
vessels); refining hydrocarbons including
crude oil, petroleum and petro-chemical
products and manufacture of hydrocarbon-
based products;
transportation, storage, distribution,
marketing and sale of products produced in
clause 4.3(c)(ii) or finished hydrocarbons
products, including operations at bulk liquid
terminals, refineries, airports and depots;
information technology professionals,
professional engineers, geologists and
scientists; security, catering, cleaning and
accommodation services (unless employed by
an employer engaged in the hydrocarbons
industry or related company); or aviation
industry; or
employers in respect of their operations or
activities covered by the Manufacturing and
Associated Industries and Occupations Award
2010, except for work covered by clause 4.2
above.
Joinery and Building Trades Industries and
Occupations: the following industries: joinery
work. shopfitting. prefabricated building.
stonemasonry. glazing contracting work.
glazing contracting means the business of
principally providing glazing services on a
contract basis. joinery work means work
performed by the classifications contained in
this award in a joinery shop, provided such
establishment is not located on an ‘on-site’
construction project, and includes the
preparation, decoration and assembling of
joinery or building components principally in
timber or similar material. outside work
means erection or assembly work performed
at the employer’s premises but outside of
enclosed factory buildings on the
prefabricated sections, modules or panels of
any building principally made out of timber or
similar material. prefabricated building means
prefabrication of the sections, modules or
panels of any building principally made out of
timber or similar material, including buildings
or sections supplied in kit form, where the
prefabrication is done at a factory or yard
prior to erection or siting in a permanent or
semi-permanent position, or outside work.
shopfitting means the manufacture,
installation, alteration and/or repair of
shopfronts, showcases, partitions




involving wrap around glazing, partitions
(including the insertion of glass panels where
the glass is 6.35 millimetres or less in
thickness, by beads or moulds or other dry
glazing methods) and exhibitor’s stands, and
the installation or alteration of interior fittings
and fixtures in or on buildings. signwriter
means an employee who does any of the
following work:
signwriting, designing and/or lettering of price
tickets and showcards; pictorial and scenic
paintings, or production of signs and posters
by means of stencils, screens, computers or
like methods, or any other work incidental
thereto; and without limiting the generality of
the
foregoing includes: lettering of every
description, size or shape applied by brush on
any surface or material; designing for
windows, posters, show window and theatre
displays, honour rolls, illuminated addresses,
neon signs, stencils, display banners; gilding
(i.e. the application of gold, silver, aluminium
or any metal leaf to any surface); designing
and laying out of cutout displays of all
descriptions, either pictorial, scenic or
lettering; the designing, setting up and the
operation for duplication of signs on any
material; and the making of stencils and
stencilling by screens or any other method
and the making and/or fixing of transfers.
stonemason means an employee engaged in
the dressing or setting of any kind of
stonework that has to be cut to a mould or
template or which has to be proven by a
square or straight edge or set to a line or a
level. stonemasonry means any work
performed in a stonemason’s yard or factory,
and/or similar work performed in a cemetery.




See Coverage & Classifcations. The award
does not cover employees employed in the
following positions:
(a) editor, editor in chief and chief of staff of a
metropolitan daily newspaper; and
(b) Nationally: (i) on a national metropolitan
daily newspaper: six positions; (ii) on any
associated publication including an online
publication: one position
(c) in Victoria: (i) on a metropolitan daily
newspaper published in Victoria: 10 positions;
(ii) on its related Sunday newspaper: two
positions; (iii) on any other associated
publication including an online publication:
one position
(d) in New South Wales: (i) on a metropolitan
daily newspaper published in New South
Wales: 10 positions; (ii) on its related Sunday
newspaper: two positions; (iii) on any other
associated publication including an online
publication: one position
(e) in Queensland: (i) on a metropolitan daily
newspaper published in
Queensland: four positions; (ii) on its related
Sunday newspaper: two positions; (iii) on any
other associated publication including an
online publication: one position
(f) in South Australia: (i) on a metropolitan
daily newspaper published in South Australia:
four positions; (ii) on its related Sunday
newspaper: two positions; (iii) on any other
associated publication including an online
publication: one position;
(g) in Tasmania: (i) on a metropolitan daily
newspaper published in Tasmania: three
positions; (ii) on any other associated
publication including an online publication:
one position
(h) in Western Australia: (i) on a metropolitan
daily newspaper published in Western
Australia: five positions; (ii) on a separately
published metropolitan Sunday newspaper:
three positions; (iii) on any other associated
publication including an online publication:
one position
(i) in the Northern Territory: (i) on a
metropolitan daily newspaper published in the
Northern Territory: one position;




(ii) on any other associated publication
including an online publication: one position;
(j) in the Australian Capital Territory: (i) on a
metropolitan daily newspaper published in the
Australian Capital Territory: four positions; (ii)
on a separately published metropolitan
Sunday newspaper: one position; (iii) on any
other associated publication including an
online publication: one position;
(k) in a magazine publishing business that
employs more than 20 editorial employees: (i)
any employee (below the level of publisher)
who has principal responsibility for the
editorial aspect of more than one magazine
published by the employer, including without
limitation an editor in chief; (ii) any employee
(below the level of publisher) who has
principal responsibility for the artistic aspect
of more than one magazine published by the
employer, including without limitation an art
director; (iii) photographic manager; (iv) on
any weekly magazine: two positions; (v) the
editor on any other magazine;
(l) in a regional daily newspaper business, the
editor and: (i) the next most senior editorial
employee employed in a regional daily
newspaper published in Albury, Geelong or
Launceston; (ii) the next two most senior
editorial employees employed in a regional
daily newspaper published in Townsville; (iii)
the next three most senior editorial
employees employed in a regional daily
newspaper published on the Gold Coast;
(m) in an online publication (that is not an
associated publication of a print publication)
that employs more than 20 editorial
employees: (i) any employee (below the level
of publisher) who has principal responsibility
for the editorial or artistic aspect of more than
one online publication published by the
employer, including an editor in chief or art
director; (ii) the editor of any online
publication;
(n) at Australian Associated Press: six
positions.
Part 5—Hours of Work and Related Matters -
of this award will not have any application to
the following employees:




(a) an employee employed on an online
publication other than those employees
described in clause 3.2; or (b) an employee
classified as: (i) Levels 12 or 13; (ii) Levels 10
by a suburban newspaper; or (iii) Levels 9 by a
country non-daily newspaper.
The overtime provisions applying to part-time
and casual employees at clauses 10.2(e),
10.2(f), 10.3(c) and 10.3(d) will not apply to
employees referred to in clause 4.8.
Provided that, all the employees referred to in
clause 4.8 will be given at least two days off in
each week in accordance with clause 19.8. The
provisions of clause 22.4 will apply to an
employee not given two days off.
The only clause in Part 5 of this award that will
have any application to employees employed
by a specialist publication is clause
23—Specialist publications.
Labour market assistance industry means the
provision of work placement, job searching,
personal support, vocational training and
related services in the welfare sector,
delivered by arrangement or contract with
federal and State governments, to assist
persons seeking employment
on-hire means the on-hire of an employee by
their employer to a client, where such
employee works under the general guidance
and instruction of the client or a
representative of the client




In this award, unless the contrary intention
appears:
law clerk means a clerk who is engaged for
the major part of their time in interviewing
clients, preparing documents and general
work assisting a barrister or solicitor in their
practice, but will not include account clerks,
law graduates, titles office clerks,
receptionists and employees principally
engaged in word processing, computer use,
filing, machine operation, switchboard,
delivery of documents or duties of a routine
nature
law graduate means a lawyer not admitted to
practice but who is undertaking a period of
training within a law firm with the view to
being admitted to practice
legal clerical and administrative employee
means an employee in the clerical and
administrative stream
legal services industry means employers
engaged in the business of providing legal and
legal support services
Live performance industry means producing,
including pre-production and post-production,
staging, lighting, audio and audio/visual,
presenting, performing, administration,
programming, workshops, set and prop
manufacture, or otherwise undertaking live
theatrical, performance art, operatic,
orchestral, dance, erotic, variety, revue,
comedy, multi-media, choral, or musical
performances, productions, presentations,
workshops, rehearsals or concerts, including
the provision, sale, service or preparation of
food or drink and also including selling tickets
by any means, for or in or in connection with
any such performances, productions,
presentations, workshops, rehearsals or
concerts, and including the operation of
venues or other facilities, whether permanent
or temporary, utilised for such performances,
productions, presentations, workshops,
rehearsals or concerts are performed or
presented in the presence of an audience, or
are recorded by any means.
Community Services means those employees
whose role is to encourage, promote or
conduct community pursuits or community
development programs for the maintenance
or improvement of general social and living
standards with regard to family support,
services related to income, welfare,
employment, education, health, housing,
youth, the aged, domiciliary, arts and/or
culture including arts programs, exhibitions,
museums, art galleries, events, entertainment
and theatres
recreation centres means a recreation centre,
leisure centre, swimming pool, aquatic centre
or sports centre or any other municipal centre
that provides physical, recreational and/or
cultural/historical activities or such other
similar activities provided in the public
interest
tourism services means the following
services: visitor and regional information
centres; exhibition, convention and
amusement complexes; heritage, tourism and
cultural centres; animal parks and aquariums;
guided tours and other educational services
operated by local government for the benefit
of tourists, visitors and the local community
Manufacturing and Associated Industries and
Occupations Manufacturing and Associated
Industries and Occupations means:
 (a) the following industries and parts of
industries:
 (i) the manufacture, making, assembly,
processing, treatment, fabrication and
preparation of:
 • the products, structures, articles, parts or
components set out in clause 4.3; or
 • the materials or substances set out in clause
4.3; or
 • any products, structures, articles, parts or
components made from, or containing, the
materials or substances set out in clause 4.3.
  (ii) the coating, painting, colouring,
varnishing, japanning, lacquering, enamelling,
porcelain enamelling, oxidising, glazing,
galvanising, electroplating, gilding, bronzing,
engraving, cleaning, polishing, tanning,
dyeing, treatment and finishing of any of the
items referred to in
 clause 4.2(a)(i).
 (iii) the repair, refurbishment, reconditioning,
maintenance, installation, testing and fault
finding of:
 • any of the items referred to in clause
4.2(a)(i); or
 • plant, equipment and buildings (including
power supply) in the
 industries and parts of industries referred to
in clauses 4.2(a)(i) and (ii);
 or
 • plant, equipment and buildings (including
power supply) in any other
 industry.
  (iv) mechanical and electrical engineering.
 (v) space tracking.
 (vi) farriery (other than in the racing
industry).
 [ (vii) glazing, cutting, bending, fixing in
position or otherwise working of, or with, all
types of glass.
  (viii) bottle merchants.
  (ix) every operation, process, duty and
function carried on or performed in or in
connection with or incidental to any of the
foregoing industries, parts of industries or
occupations.
  (x) handling, sorting, packing, espatching,
distribution and transport in connection with
any of the foregoing industries or parts of
industries.
 (b) the provision of any of the operations or
services set out in clause 4.2(a) on a contract
basis by one business to another business,
where the first business is independent of the
second business.
(b) the following occupations:
 (i) maintenance employees in the engineering
streams.
 (ii) technical workers.
 (iii) draughtspersons.
 (iv) production planners.
 (v) trainee engineers.
 (vi) trainee scientists.
 (vii) engine drivers.
 4.3 For the purposes of clause 4.2(a)(i), the
products, structures, articles, parts,
components, materials and substances
include:
 (a) all products made from, or containing,
steel, iron, metal, sheet metal, tin, brass,
copper and non-ferrous metal.
 (b) melting and smelting of metals.
 (c) articles made from wire and the drawing
and insulation of wire.
 (d) industrial gases.
 (e) ships, boats, barges and marine vessels of
all descriptions, and components.
  (f) aircraft and components.
 (g) locomotives, rolling stock, railway line and
components.
 (h) motor engines, motor cars, motor cycles
and other motor driven vehicles and
components.




 (i) industrial machinery.
 (j) tools, saws, dies, gauges and moulds.
  (k) electrical, electronic, telecommunications,
lighting, radio, television and Xray products,
equipment, apparatus, installations,
appliances, devices and signs.
 (l) recording, measuring and controlling
devices for electricity, fluids, gases, heat,
temperature, pressure, time, weight, mass,
etc.
  (m) stoves, ovens, steam cookers,
refrigerators, kitchenware, household utensils,
irons, radiators, heaters, furniture, toys,
sporting goods, perambulators, window
frames, agricultural implements, safes, strong
rooms, wet batteries, dry batteries, metallic
containers, canisters, drums, lifts, elevators,
air-conditioning plant/equipment, bridges,
girders, gates, fences, frames, engine packing,
brushes and brooms.
 (n) insulation materials and articles.
  (o) clay and ceramic articles, including but
not limited to bricks, refractory
bricks, terra cotta products, tiles, pipes,
pottery, tableware and flower pots.
 (p) jewellery, watches and clocks (including
cases), badges, name-plates, precious metal
products and precious stones.
 (q) medical and optical instruments,
appliances and equipment, including but not
limited to spectacles, contact lenses and
artificial limbs.
 (r) brake linings, disc pads, clutch facings and
other friction materials for
 automotive or other industrial applications.
 (s) all products made from or containing
plastic or rubber, or substitutes for plastic or
rubber.
 (t) synthetic resins, powders, tablets, etc,
used in the plastics industry.
 (u) duperite, bakelite, casein or similar
compositions, synthetic rubberlikes,
guttaperchalikes, rubberlike plastics,
nitrocellulose, celluloid, leather, cloth and
elastomers.




(v) thermoplastics and thermo-setting plastics,
cellulose plastics, perspex, cellulose acetate
butyrate, polymethyl methacrylate, nylon 66,
polyethylene terepthalate, acronitrile-
butadiene-styrene, epoxy resins, laminates of
all descriptions, polymers of all descriptions
and all long chain organic materials generally
known as plastics.
 (w) transmission cables which encompasses
power and communication cables (including
single strand) whether insulated or not.
 (x) abrasive wheels and stones, bounded
abrasives, articles or goods containing a
thermoplastic and/or a thermosetting plastic
and allied products.
 (y) all types of tapes including pressure
sensitive tapes, cellulose adhesive tape,
masking, cloth, metal, paper, plastic tapes in
rolls or sheet form, films, papers or cloth
surface coated with abrasives, and abrasive
coated materials and abrasive coated and/or
uncoated articles of all descriptions,
impregnated and/or coated or uncoated films,
papers or cloths, plastic ribbons, adhesives,
laminates, sealers, coatings and elastic
cements, and associated machinery and/or
dispensing equipment using any of the above
products.
 (z) gelatine, glue, agar, and their by-products,
dried residues, filter earth dextrine and
adhesives of all descriptions, and other like
materials.
  (aa) artificial fertilizers, chemicals, alkalis and
all processes involving chemical synthesis.
  (bb) paint, decorative or protective surface
coatings or coverings and associated products.
  (cc) rope, cordage, twine, yarn, thread and
braid made from jute or flax and/or any fibre
or synthetic fibre in substitution therefore and
all products made from
 such rope, cordage, twine, yarn, thread and
braid.
  (dd) skins, pelts, leather, canvas, fibre,
vulcanised fibre, webbing, bark and other
tanning extracts and all substitutes and all
products made therefrom, including but not
limited to saddles, harnesses, hips, machine
belting, sporting goods, travel goods,
handbags, wallets, belts,




gloves, hats, sails, tents, tarpaulins, umbrellas,
parachutes, car seats, gaskets, beach shelters,
deck chairs, cargo nets, shipsgear and life
jackets.
 (ee) all types of flat glass and fibreglass, and
all substitutes, and all products made
therefrom including but not limited to flint
ware, bottles, containers, jars, bricks, light
bulbs, opal ware, pyrex ware, translucent
reinforced sheeting, tubing, rods and lamp
shades.
 (ff) gypsum, plasterboard and similar
materials and all products made therefrom.
 (gg) furnishings made from cane, bamboo
and other like materials.
 (hh) upholstery, furnishing drapery, blinds,
screens, awnings, mattresses and bedding.
 (ii) flooring products made from other than
wood.
 (jj) picture frames made from other than
wood.
 (kk) musical instruments made from other
than wood.
booking means the period of engagement
advised by the employer
compere means a person whose work is
compering mannequin parades
foundation garment means an undergarment,
e.g. a bra, underwear, corset, corselet or
girdle, worn to give support or contours to the
figure
house mannequin or model means a full-time
or part-time employee engaged to show
clothing and accessories or ranges of clothing
and accessories and who may be employed at
other times in work associated with and
incidental thereto
mannequin means a casual employee whose
work is exhibiting clothes or other fashion
articles for the purpose of attracting a
commercial interest
model means a casual employee who poses or
acts as a subject for photographers and/or a
person who models for a hairdresser in the
process of hair styling for advertising
assignments
paradette means a mannequin parade where
a collection of apparel is shown periodically
over a period of a day or days in parades of no
longer than 30 minutes’ duration each
single parade means a mannequin parade,
other than a paradette, which may be either
exclusive or open to the public.




Marine tourism and charter vessel industry
means the operation of vessels engaged on a
day charter or for an overnight charter wholly
or principally as a tourist, sightseeing, sailing
or cruise vessel and/or as a place of or for
entertainment, functions, restaurant/food and
beverage purposes engaged in the provision
of water orientated tourism, leisure and/or
recreational activities but does not include the
operation of ferries engaged in regular
scheduled passenger and/or commuter
transport
Marine towage industry means: any work on
tug boats, in conjunction with ship-assist
operations and voyages, at or about, or to or
from, a port in Australia (harbour towage
operations); movement of contract cargoes by
combined tug and barge (up to a maximum of
10,000 tonnes) between different ports or
locations in Australia (tug and barge
operations).


Maritime offshore oil and gas industry means
the operation, utilisation, control,
maintenance, repair, and service of vessels (as
defined) in or in connection with offshore oil
and gas operations




Market and social research industry means
all market and social research including every
process, trade, business or occupation on or in
relation to or in connection with market and
social research and all support work engaged
in or in connection with market or social
research, for both public and private
purposes. Market and social research includes
both qualitative and quantitative research,
including the gathering, recording or analysing
of information or data related to
governments, markets, business consultancy,
consumers or competitors, or any processes
or activities incidental or ancillary to such
work.
Exclusions:
This industry award does not cover:
(a) an employee excluded from award
coverage by the Act;
(b) an employer bound by an enterprise award
or enterprise NAPSA with respect to any
employee who is covered by the enterprise
award or NAPSA; or
(c) an employer covered by the Higher
Education Industry—Academic Staff— Award
2010.
Meat manufacturing establishment means an
establishment wholly or predominately
concerned with the manufacturing or
processing of fresh meat into any form of
edible manufactured or processed meat, meat
products, smallgoods, ham, bacon, or similar
products in which meat is a substantial
ingredient, including any related activities
such as retail and/or wholesale sales, and
killing, dressing, boning, slicing, preparation
and/or packing of fresh meat, where such
activities are conducted at any place as an
ancillary part of the manufacturing or
processing business
Meat processing establishment means an
establishment wholly or predominately
concerned with any one or more of the
activities of killing, dressing, boning, slicing,
preparation, and/or packing of fresh meat and
will include any related activities conducted at
any place as an ancillary part of such business,
such as manufacturing or processing of meat,
the treatment and processing of skins or
hides, rendering, processing of by-products
and/or retail and/or wholesale sales
 Meat retail establishment means an
establishment wholly or predominately
concerned with the retail and or




wholesale sale of fresh meat and/or meat
products, including establishments where
meat and/or meat products including ham
and smallgoods and similar products are
processed and/or manufactured as an
ancillary part of the retail and/or wholesale
business
medical practitioner means a person who is
employed as a medical practitioner in
hospitals, hospices, benevolent homes, day
procedure centres, aboriginal health services,
community health centres, the Red Cross
Blood Service, the South Australian Institute of
Medical and Veterinary Science, the Victorian
Cytology Service or the Victorian Institute of
Forensic Medicine ;
medical practitioner—non specialist means a
Career Medical Practitioner, Senior Career
Medical Practitioner or Community Medical
Practitioner
senior doctor means a Specialist, Senior
Specialist, Principal Specialist, Senior Principal
Specialist, Deputy Director of Medical Services
or Director of Medical Services.
Mining industry means: extracting any of the
following from the earth by any manner or
method including exploration, prospecting,
development and land clearing, preparatory
work and rehabilitation during the life of the
mine: any metals, minerals or ores;
phosphates and gemstones; mineral sands;
uranium and other radioactive substances;
the processing, smelting and refining of the
metals, minerals, ores or substances covered
by clause 4.1(a); the transportation, handling
and loading of any of the metals, minerals,
ores or substances covered by clause 4.1(a) on
a mining lease or tenement; the
transportation, handling and loading of any of
the metals, minerals, ores or substances
covered by clause 4.1(a) by the mine operator,
a related company or an entity principally
engaged by the mine operator to do such
work, using the plant or infrastructure
(including rail and/or ports) of the mine
operator or a related company; the servicing,
maintaining (including mechanical, electrical,
fabricating or engineering) or repairing of
plant and equipment used in the activities set
out in clauses 4.1(a) to
(d) by employees principally employed to
perform work on an ongoing basis at a
location where the activities described above
are being performed; or the provision of
temporary labour services used in the
activities set out in clauses 4.1(a) to (e), by
temporary labour personnel principally
engaged to perform work at a location where
the activities described above are being
performed.
This award does not cover: an employer
bound by an enterprise award with respect to
any employee who is covered by the
enterprise award; an employee excluded
from award coverage by the Act; employers
in respect of their operations or activities in
the following industries or occupations:
aluminium; catering, accommodation,
cleaning and incidental services (unless
employed by a mine operator or a related
company); clerical or administrative;
information technology professionals,
professional engineers, geologists and
scientists; oil, gas and hydrocarbons;
quarrying of stone, crushed stone.



See Coverage & Classifications.
Mobile Crane Hire Industry means the service
industry involving the hiring of mobile cranes,
mobile elevated work platforms and like
equipment and operating personnel to clients
whose requirements include but are not
limited to the provision and service of
materials handling equipment, lifting and
machinery movement equipment,
earthmoving and construction plant hire and
civil contracting, plant and mobile units for
quarrying and mining projects, dig load and
haul projects. Hiring can be on an hour by
hour, day by day, or contract basis depending
on the nature of the task.




Nursery Industry means: the propagation,
planting, growing, cultivation, maintenance,
sale, distribution or treating of plant material
and associated nursery products in plant
nurseries, flower, turf and tree farms or other
similar enterprises; the production and
modification of growing media and clearing,
treating or preparing of land for the
propagation, planting, growing, cultivation,
maintenance, sales and distribution or
treating of plant material and associated
products; the processing, grading, packing or
storing of plant material and associated
products as part of a nursery; and the
despatching and distribution of plant material
and associated products in connection with
work under clauses 4.2(a) to 4.2(c).
Nursery industry does not mean: the general
retail industry as defined in the General Retail
Industry Award 2010; the wine industry;
silviculture and afforestation; or sugar
farming, sugar cane growing, sugar milling,
sugar refining, sugar distilleries or sugar
terminals.
Health Industry means employers in the
business and/or activity of providing health
and medical services and who employ nurses
and persons who directly assist nurses in the
provision of nursing care and nursing services
Oil Refining and Manufacturing Industry
means: refining crude oil; manufacturing and
blending petroleum products including:
aviation fuels; bitumen; diesel; ethylene;
gasoline; liquefied petroleum gas; lubricant
base oils, greases and other related product
lines; or solvents; and pipeline distribution of
oil or petroleum products included in clause
4.2 to or from a terminal or storage facility
owned and operated by a refinery employer
or a related company, which is itself
connected by pipeline to an oil refinery, and
the operation of such a terminal or storage
facility; and storage of bulk liquid at a bulk
liquid terminal, provided that immediately
prior to 1 January 2010, the employer of any
employees at such terminal was bound by the
Oil and Gas Industry Bulk Liquid Terminals
Award 2002 (AP822096CRV).
Passenger vehicle transportation industry
means the transport of passengers by: motor
vehicle, limousine or hire car; bus or coach;
and electric tramway, monorail or light rail.




Pastoral Industry means all employers and
employees who are engaged in or in
connection with: the management, breeding,
rearing or grazing of livestock or poultry; the
shearing and crutching of sheep and the
classing and pressing of wool on farms;
dairying; hatchery work; the sowing, raising
or harvesting of broadacre field crops and
other crops grown as part of a broadacre
mixed farming enterprise; the treatment of
land for any of these purposes; or clearing,
fencing, well sinking, dam sinking or trenching
on such farms or properties
The award does not cover employers in the
following industries: the wine industry;
silviculture and afforestation except where
carried on as a part of a broadacre mixed
farming enterprise; sugar farming or sugar
cane growing, sugar milling, sugar refining,
sugar distilleries and/or sugar terminals; the
horticulture industry, as defined in the
Horticulture Award 2010; or any work in or in
connection with the production and
processing of fish, aquaculture and marine
products including fish purse seining or
polling, fish farming, marine farming,
aquaculture, pisciculture, mariculture,
cultivation of live sea and freshwater
products, breeding or spawning of fish and
hatching of fish or
marine products whether in or from the sea,
rivers, dams, tanks, ponds, underwater cages,
aquariums or other water source, holding,
containing, penning, or harvesting of live fish
or marine products or marine vegetation,
cleaning, purging, flushing, packing, freezing,
processing, preserving, smoking, treatment of
fish or marine products, cultivation, culling or
treatment of live shellfish including marine
farming of oysters, mussels, clams, scallops
and abalone except where the production of
freshwater species is incidental to a broadacre
mixed farming enterprise to which this award
would otherwise apply.
Pest Control Industry means the industry of
the control and/or eradication of pests,
vermin, feral animals and weeds in domestic,
commercial and civic buildings or facilities and
includes:
(a) the inspection of buildings, structures,
trees, commodities and stored products or
items for pest activity, and reporting on pest
activity in domestic, commercial and civic
buildings or any situation where pest activity
may be of concern; and
(b) the installation, maintenance or inspection
of termite, bird or other pest barriers or
management systems in new or existing
buildings or structures including the use of
fumigants in all forms




Pharmaceutical industry means: the
manufacture and production of prescription
pharmaceuticals or of both prescription and
non-prescription pharmaceuticals; or the
wholesaling of prescription pharmaceuticals
or of both prescription and non-prescription
pharmaceuticals; or processes and activities
that are incidental or ancillary to the
manufacture and production of prescription
pharmaceuticals or of both prescription and
non-prescription pharmaceuticals.
community pharmacy means any business
conducted by the employer in premises: that
are registered under the relevant State or
Territory legislation for the regulation of
pharmacies; and that are established either in
whole or in part for the compounding or
dispensing of prescriptions or for vending any
medicines or drugs; and where other goods
may be sold by retail
Plumbing means plumbing, gasfitting, roof
plumbing, lead burning, ship plumbing,
heating, airconditioning or ventilation
plumbing, irrigation installation, pipe-fitting or
domestic engineering work, whether
prefabricated or not, engaged on-site or in
construction work or any work in or in
connection with: sheet lead, galvanised iron
or other classes of sheet metal or any other
materials which supersede the materials
usually fixed by plumbers; lead, wrought, cast
or sheet iron, copper, brass or other classes of
pipework; water (hot or cold), steam, gas, air,
vacuum, heating or ventilating appliances,
fittings, services or installations; or house,
ship, sanitary, chemical or general plumbing
or drainage and irrigation. Fire sprinkler fitting
means the erection, fitting, fixing, altering,
overhauling or repairing of apparatus, pipes
and/or fittings in and/or outside of buildings,
ships or other structures for the
extinguishment of fire by automatic sprinklers
and/or other fire protection systems.
Construction work means all work performed
under this award in connection with the
erection, repair, renovation, maintenance,
ornamentation or demolition of buildings or
structures, including the prefabrication of
work performed in plumbing workshops. For
the purpose




of this definition maintenance is confined to
employees employed by employers in the
building and construction industry. Irrigation
installer means an employee employed or
usually employed in executing any irrigation
plumbing. Without limiting the generality of
the foregoing such work will include the
following: the installation of irrigation
systems to distribute water or similar liquids
from any source for such purposes as growth,
leaching, cooling, misting, fogging, recycling,
treating, disposal or water replenishment of
the soil or other areas or substances used to
sustain plant life; the installation of any pipes,
fittings, pumps, tanks, valves, control valves,
main valves or ferrules, pressure control
devices, flow control devices, backflow
prevention devices, filters, water meters, flow
control systems, all types of hydraulic, electric
and electronic extra low voltage control
systems including relays, timers, flow
switches, level controls and other ancillary
controls up to 32 volts AC and
DC including the associated wiring for such
equipment and all other components required
to form a complete system of irrigation; the
installation of any irrigation drainage including
any system of channels, pipes, pits, sub-soil
agricultural pipes and the like, installed for
such purposes as receiving and removing
water, prevent water saturation of the soil or
other medium, reducing salt and chemical
build-up in the soil or other medium as a
result of irrigation; and associated excavation,
levelling and trenching work including the
operation of manual or mechanical equipment
as required .



Port services includes: infrastructure
management and integration;
communications; navigation services including
channel marking and management and pilot
transfers; landside logistics, including loading
and unloading facilities; mooring and
gangways; sewage and waste disposal;
security; emergency response; dredging;
survey; and passenger services.
Ports, harbours and enclosed water vessels
industry means the operation of vessels of
any type wholly or substantially within a port,
harbour or other body of water within the
Australian coastline or at sea on activities not
covered by the above awards.
Poultry processing industry means the killing,
processing, preparation, packing, wholesaling
and distribution of uncooked poultry, poultry
products and poultry by-products and, where
the cooking is incidental to the
aforementioned, cooked poultry, poultry
products and poultry by-products.
Premixed concrete industry means the
industry of premixed concrete manufacturing
In this award, unless the contrary intention
appears:
atmospheric diving systems (ADS) means a
manned diving system such as OMB, ARMS,
MOB, JIM, WASP and similar systems which
allow an operator to work underwater
without being subjected to greater than
atmospheric pressure
award-based transitional instrument has the
meaning in the Fair Work (Transitional
Provisions and Consequential Amendments)
Act 2009 (Cth)
designated assembly point means the point
from which the employer provides transport
to the designated point of embarkation
designated point of embarkation means the
point from which transport to the offshore
location is provided
inshore divers means employees qualified as
ADS divers (parts 1, 2, 3 trained to the
appropriate level of AS 2815.1, 2815.2,
2815.3) who undertake diving operations in
coastal or inland waters under the jurisdiction
of Australian State or Territory legislation and
in keeping with the provisions of the
operational standard AS/NZS




2299.1:2007
saturation techniques means procedures in
accordance with which a diver is continuously
subjected to an ambient pressure greater than
atmospheric pressure so that the body tissues
and blood become saturated with the inert
element of the breathing mixture
underwater inspector means an employee
engaged in or in connection with the
inspection of underwater structures
See Coverage & Classifications.




carry includes transmit, switch or receive
communications includes any communication
whether between persons and persons, things
and things or persons and things, and whether
in the form of:speech, music, or other sounds;
data;text;
visual images, whether or not animated; or
signals,
in any other form or other combination of
forms
Engineering stream
Experienced engineer means a Professional
engineer with the undermentioned
qualifications engaged in any particular
employment where the adequate discharge of
any portion of the duties requires
qualifications of the employee as (or at least
equal to those of) a member of Engineers
Australia.
Professional engineer means a person
qualified to carry out professional engineering
duties as defined. The term Professional
engineer will embrace and include Graduate
engineer and Experienced engineer as defined
in this clause.
professional engineering duties means duties
carried out by a person in any particular
employment, the adequate discharge of any
portion of which duties requires qualifications
of the employee as (or at least equal to those
of) a graduate member of Engineers Australia
information technology industry means:
the design and manufacture of computers and
computer peripherals;the design and
manufacture of telecommunications
equipment;
the design and manufacture of computer
software;
computer system installation, repair and
maintenance;
computer consultancy services;computer
programming;
system analysis services; the design,
development and maintenance of on-line
internet architecture and the facilitation of on-
line content management; oractivities which
are incidental, ancillary or complementary to
the activities set out in this definition.
Experienced information technology
employee means a professional information
technology employee with the
undermentioned qualifications in any
particular employment the adequate
discharge of any portion of the duties of which
employment requires.
Graduate information technology employee
means a person who: holds a university
degree with a science or information
technology major (three, four or five year
course) accredited by the Australian Computer
Society at professional level; or
has sufficient qualifications and experience to
be eligible for admission as a member of the
Australian Computer Society.
Professional information technology
employee means an adult person qualified to
carry out professional information technology
duties as above defined. The term
Professional information technology
employee will embrace and include Graduate
information technology employee and
Experienced information technology
employee as defined.
professional information technology duties
means duties carried out by a




person in any particular employment the
adequate discharge of any portion of which
duties requires a person to:
hold a university degree with a science or
information technology major (three, four or
five year course) accredited by the Australian
Computer Society at professional level; or
have sufficient qualifications and experience
to be eligible for admission as a member of
the Australian Computer Society.
telecommunications service means a service
for carrying communications by means of
guided or unguided electromagnetic energy or
both
telecommunications services industry means:
the supply and/or installation and/or
maintenance of telecommunications services;
or
the supply and/or installation and/or
maintenance of value added
telecommunications services; or
incidental, ancillary or complementary to the
supply and/or installation and/or maintenance
of telecommunications services; or the
installation and/or maintenance of
telecommunications equipment and line.
Experienced scientist means a professional
scientist possessing the following
qualifications and engaged in any particular
employment, the adequate discharge of any
portion of the duties of which, requires the
possession of such qualifications.
The qualifications are:
that they will have had further experience on
professional scientific duties, after obtaining
their degree or diploma, as follows:
when a graduate (four or five year course) –
four years’ experience;
when a graduate (three year course) – five
years’ experience, or
that they possess qualifications acceptable to:
the Royal Australian Chemical Institute for
admission to the grade of Associate member;
or the Australian Institute of Physics for
admission to the grade of member; or the
Australasian Institute of Mining and
Metallurgy for admission to the grade of
Associate member; or
the Australian Institute of Food Science and
Technology for admission to the grade of
Associate member.




Professional scientist means a person
qualified to carry out professional scientific
duties as above defined. The term
Professional scientist will embrace and include
Qualified scientist and Experienced scientist as
defined.
professional scientific duties means duties
carried out by a person in any particular
employment, the adequate discharge of any
portion of which duties requires academic
qualifications of the employee as specified in
the academic schedule below:
Academic schedule
A degree in science from an Australian, New
Zealand or United Kingdom university or from
an Australian tertiary educational institution.
Academic qualifications acceptable to the
Royal Australian Chemical Institute for
admission to the grade of corporate
membership.
Academic qualifications acceptable to The
Australian Institute of Psychics for admission
to the grades of graduate membership or
corporate membership.
Academic qualifications in metallurgy,
metallurgical engineering or technology
acceptable to either the Australasian Institute
of Mining and Metallurgy for admission to the
grade of junior or corporate membership, or
the
Institution of Metallurgists (London) for
admission to the grades of graduate or
associate membership.
Academic qualifications acceptable to the
Australian Institute of Agricultural Science for
admission to the grade of corporate
membership.
Academic qualifications acceptable to the
Australian Institute of Food Science and
Technology for admission to the grades of
graduate or corporate membership.
Academic qualifications acceptable to a
Pharmacy Board or council within the
Commonwealth of Australia provided that the
award will not apply to pharmacists employed
in a retail pharmacy shop.
Qualified scientist means a Professional
scientist other than an Experienced scientist
as defined, that is, a person possessing
academic qualifications as specified in the
academic schedule
quality auditing industry means that industry
the participants in which provide advisory,
auditing and assessment services to
companies which are pursuing quality
improvement programs (in compliance with
the International Standards Organisations
quality standards)




quality auditor/senior (lead) quality auditor
means for the purposes of this award the
classifications as outlined in Schedule
A—Classification Structure and Definitions
Quality auditing means the duties carried out
by a person in any particular employment
within the quality auditing industry, the
adequate discharge of any portion of which
duties requires qualifications.




Quarrying Industry means: operations in lime
and/or stone quarries, sand pits or gravel pits,
other than dimension stone, brick, shale or
slate quarries; and operations (other than in a
quarry) where the plant and equipment is
principally used to crush, screen and/or blend
materials such as stone, brick concrete,
masonry, asphalt etc. to produce recycled
material, including aggregates, road bases,
gravels, fine sands and/or course sands and/or
a blend of these
This industry award covers employers
throughout Australia engaged in the staging of
events at Horse and Greyhound Racing
Venues, including but not limited to
thoroughbred, harness, trotting and
greyhound racing clubs, and their employees
in the classifications listed in clauses 17 and
18 to the exclusion of any other modern
award.
Maintenance means:
the construction, ornamentation,
presentation, formation, maintenance or
keeping in order of grounds or enclosures
used in conducting the racing industry; and
the laying out, planting, construction,
cultivation, maintenance, keeping in order or
removal of gardens (including ornamental
features) and/or lawns and/or trees
See Coverage & Classifications.




In this award, unless the contrary intention
appears:
conjunctional agent fee means the proportion
of commission received from a client from a
sales or commercial leasing transaction and
paid to a real estate agent external to the
employer’s business in respect of that
transaction
employee means a national system employee
as defined in sections 13 and 30C of the Act
employer’s net commission for a commission-
only employee means the employer’s gross
commission (as defined) less an amount of no
greater than 10%
exchange in relation to a real estate sales
transaction means that a contract for the sale
of a property or business is a legally
enforceable contract
legally-enforceable contract means a contract
of sale, lease or agreement to lease that is
signed by both the property owner and the
intending buyer or lessee
operational employee means an employee
who is engaged under a property sales
classification or a property or strata
management classification, as defined in
Schedule B—Classifications
real estate industry means the provisions of
services associated with sales,
acquisitions, leasing and/or management of
residential, commercial, retail, industrial,
recreational, hotel, retirement and any other
leasehold or real property and/or businesses.
Such services include:
• real estate agency;
• business and hotel broking;
• strata and community title management (or
similar service however described);
• stock and station agency;
• buyers agency; and
• real estate valuation.
real estate law means legislation enacted by a
State or Territory government for the
purposes of regulating the conduct of the real
estate industry
This award covers the work of bar attendants
or stewards employed in a club situated on a
football ground, cricket ground or sports
ground and persons engaged as
greenkeepers, ground attendants, gardeners,
propagators, lawn mower and motor roller
drivers and general labourers in the
construction and maintenance of bowling
greens and golf courses, but does not cover:
(a) persons employed by a student union of a
university; (b) employees of municipal, shire
or county councils; (c) landscape gardeners
and master gardeners; (d) employees
employed by an employer other than the club,
where the employer operates a golf pro shop,
driving range or other golfing facility, or
provides golf coaching or other similar
services, which are accessible to the general
public; (e) thoroughbred, harness, trotting and
greyhound racing clubs and their employees in
relation to operations covered by the Racing
Clubs Events Award 2010; or (f) club honorary
secretaries.
In this award, unless the contrary intention
appears:
catering by a restaurant business means the
provision by a restaurant of catering services
for any social or business function where such
services are incidental to the major business
of the restaurant
restaurant industry means restaurants,
reception centres, night clubs, cafes and
roadhouses, and includes any tea room, café,
and catering by a restaurant business but does
not include a restaurant operated in or in
connection with premises owned or operated
by employers covered by any of the following
awards:
(a) Hospitality Industry (General) Award 2010;
(b) Registered and Licensed Clubs Award
2010; or
(c) Fast Food Industry Award 2010
spread of hours means the period of time
elapsing from the time an employee
commences duty to the time the employee
ceases duty within any period of 24 hours
standard hourly rate means the minimum
hourly wage for a Level 4 classification (Cook
grade 3 (tradesperson)) in clause 20.1
long distance operation means any interstate
operation, or any return journey where the
distance travelled exceeds 500 kilometres and
the operation involves a vehicle moving
livestock or materials whether in a raw or
manufactured state from a principal point of
commencement to a principal point of
destination. An area within a radius of 32
kilometres from the GPO of a capital city will
be deemed to be the capital city.
Road Transport andDdistribution Industry
means: the transport by road of goods,
wares, merchandise, material or anything
whatsoever whether in its raw state or natural
state, wholly or partly manufactured state or
of a solid or liquid or gaseous nature or
otherwise, and/or livestock, including where
the work performed is ancillary to the
principal business, undertaking or industry of
the employer; the receiving, handling or
storing of goods, wares, merchandise,
material or anything whatsoever whether in
its raw state or natural state, wholly or partly
manufactured state or of a solid or liquid or
gaseous nature or otherwise in a distribution
facility; the storage and distribution of goods,
wares, merchandise, materials or anything
whatsoever whether in its raw state or natural
state, wholly or partly manufactured state or
of a solid or liquid or gaseous nature or
otherwise, and/or livestock where the storage
and distribution activities are carried out in
connection with air freight forwarding and
customs clearance; the wholesale transport
and delivery by road of meat from abattoirs,
slaughterhouses, and wholesale meat depots;
mobile food vending; the cartage and/or
distribution, in tankers, of petrol or bulk
petroleum products (in the raw or




manufactured state) from refineries, terminals
or depots of oil companies and/or
distributors; the cartage and/or distribution
on road vehicles of packaged petroleum
products (in the raw or manufactured state)
from refineries, terminals or depots of oil
companies and/or distributors and the
transport and/or distribution of petrol and
petroleum products (in the raw or
manufactured state) for distributors of oil
companies or for contractors or sub-
contractors to such distributors; the road
transport of crude oil or gas condensate; the
transport on public roads of milk and cream in
bulk, and the transport, vending and
distribution of milk, cream, butter, cheese and
their derivatives (including fruit juices,
yoghurt and custard); and/or the cartage by
road of quarried materials.
See Coverage & Classifications.
Seafood Processing means the following
industries and parts of industries conducted
on land post harvesting: (a) the receipt,
sorting and handling of fish, seafood and
marine products whether wild or farmed,
freshwater or saltwater including but not
limited to scale fish, crustaceans, molluscs,
and other marine species; (b) the preparing,
cooking, preserving, filleting, gutting,
shucking, drying, smoking, freezing,
refrigerating, washing, grading, processing
and/or canning of fish, seafood and marine
products; (c) the packaging, labelling,
palletising, cold storage, chilling and/or
freezing, preparing for sale, packing and
despatching of fish, seafood and marine
products; (d) the cleaning and sanitising of
tools, equipment and machinery used to
process fish, seafood and marine products;
and (e) the marketing in fish markets and
selling by wholesale of fish, seafood and
marine products.


In this award, unless the contrary intention
appears:
AOV means all other vessels
cargo includes all freight carried in a ship but
does not include bunker fuel and other articles
carried for the vessel’s use
day means from 12 midnight to the following
12 midnight
employee means a national system employee
as defined in sections 13 and 30C of the Act
home port means the port at which the
employee is originally engaged or the port
which is agreed upon between the employer
and employee concerned
seagoing industry means the operation of
vessels trading as cargo or passenger vessels
which, in the course of such trade, proceed to
sea (on voyages outside the limits of bays,
harbours or rivers)
swing cycle work (or work cycle) means a
cycle made up of working and non working
days
the Security Services Industry includes:
patrolling, protecting, screening, watching or
guarding any people and/or property,
including cash or other valuables, by physical
means (which may involve the use of patrol
dogs or the possession or use of a firearm) or
by electronic means; crowd, event or venue
control whether through physical or electronic
means; body guarding or close personal
protection; the operation of a security control
room or monitoring centre; loss prevention;
and traffic control when it is incidental to, or
associated with, the activities referred to
these.

This award does not apply to an employer
merely because that employer, as an
incidental part of a business that is covered by
another modern award, has employees who
perform functions referred to above.
See Coverage & Classifications.
crisis assistance and supported housing
sector means the provision of crisis assistance
and supported housing services
disability services sector means the provision
of personal care and domestic and lifestyle
support to a person with a disability in a
community residential setting, including
respite centre and day services but excluding a
private residence
family day care scheme sector means the
operation of a family day care scheme for the
provision of family day care services
home care sector means the provision of
personal care, domestic assistance or home
maintenance to an aged person or a person
with a disability in a private residence
social and community services sector means
the provision of social and community
services including social work, recreation
work, welfare work, youth work or community
development work, including organisations
which primarily engage in policy, advocacy or
representation on behalf of organisations
carrying out such work.
See Coverage & Classifications.
See Coverage & Classifications.
Stevedoring Industry means the loading and
unloading of cargo into or from a ship
including its transporting and storage at or
adjacent to a wharf.
Storage services and wholesale industry
means the receiving, handling, storing,
freezing, refrigerating, bottling, packing,
preparation for sale, sorting, loading, dispatch,
delivery, or sale by wholesale, of produce,
goods or merchandise as well as activities and
processes connected, incidental or ancillary.
Wholesale means the sale of commodities in
large quantities other than to final consumers.
Bulk terminal operations means all handling
and storage operations of the bulk sugar
terminals of both sugar, its products or any
other commodity the terminals may handle
from time to time
by-product means any product manufactured
or processed in the sugar industry apart from
sugar crystal (this may include, for example,
ethanol, molasses, furfural and compost)
distillery sector means all distilling operations
of sugar by-products for industrial purposes
and packaging operations in a distillery
directly linked to a sugar mill
field sector means all cane farming and/or
harvesting operations, and any operations
incidental to, or in connection with, such
operations in the sugar industry including any
pest, disease control and research operations,
including cane testing work
milling sector means the operations of
transporting and processing cane including all
rail construction, maintenance and operation;
factory operation; sugar cane by product
manufacture and processing at a sugar mill;
and packaging and storage operations
performed at a sugar mill
refinery sector means all refining operations
of raw sugar at sugar refineries and those
refineries own packaging and storage
operations
seasonal employee means an employee
who has been engaged by the employer on or
about the commencement of the crushing
season for the purpose of performing duties
directly and indirectly related to crushing
season operations and whose duties are
completed and employment terminated on or
about the end of the mill’s crushing season.
For the purpose of a 38 hour week only, all
employees not specifically engaged as
seasonal, who are engaged after the first
Monday of June in any one year and before
the first Monday in June in the subsequent
year, will be deemed to be seasonals until the
first Monday of June in that subsequent year.
In this award, unless the contrary intention
appears:
employee with a disability means a national
system employee who qualifies for a disability
support pension as set out in sections 94 or 95
of the Social Security Act 1991 (Cth), or who
would be so qualified but for paragraph
94(1)(e) or paragraph 95(1)(c) of that Act
supported employment services means a
service as defined in section 7 of the Disability
Services Act 1986 (Cth)
Graduate surveyor means a person who has
successfully completed a course of studies
approved by the Surveyors Board or the
Institute of Surveyors Australia who is entitled
to enter a training agreement with a Licensed
surveyor; Licensed surveyor means an
employee qualified to carry out professional
surveying duties as defined and who is
registered in accordance with the provisions
of the relevant legislation; professional
surveying duties means duties carried out by
a person in a particular employment the
adequate discharge of any portion of which
duties requires qualifications of the employee
acceptable to the Institute of Surveyors,
Australia for admission to the grade of
Associate member;Professional surveyor
means an employee qualified to carry out
professional surveying duties as above
defined. The term Professional surveyor will
embrace and include Graduate surveyor or
Licensed surveyor as defined.
Telecommunications services industry means
any business: whose principal function is a
telecommunications service carrier; or whose
principal function is a carriage service provider
or a content service provider; or whose
principal function is the supply of
telecommunications services including value
added telecommunications services; or
whose principal function is incidental, ancillary
or complementary to these businesses; or
which supplies labour to a business in the
telecommunications services industry on a
labour hire basis in respect of any such labour
hire employees while engaged in the
performance of work for a business in the
telecommunications services industry.

Telecommunications service carrier means the
holder of a carrier licence.

Exclusions
This award does not cover: an employee
excluded from award coverage by the Act; an
employer bound by an enterprise award or
enterprise NAPSA in respect to an employee
who is covered by the enterprise award or
NAPSA; television stations and radio stations;
employees of electrical contractors covered by
the
scope of the Electrical, Electronic and
Communications Contracting Award 2010; a
business whose principal function is the
manufacture and supply of
telecommunications equipment and lines
whether or not such business also installs and
monitors telecommunications equipment and
lines; and a business whose principal function
is the installation, service and/or maintenance
of telecommunications equipment and lines,
unless the business also operates that
equipment and lines.
textile industry includes: artificial silk; braids;
carpets; commission dyeing, bleaching and
finishing; cloth, including shade cloth; cotton;
blinds; cotton wool; elastic webbing;
embroidery; fabrics; felt, wool and/or fibre;
filament yarns; flax; hosiery; knitting and
knitted articles; kraft paper yarns;
lace; man made fibres; mercerising; non-
woven fabrics; narrow fabrics; printing of
textiles; pure silk; quilting; ribbons; personal
and household hygiene products; technical
textiles; medical dressings, materials and
supplies; synthetic fibres and yarns; tassels;
textile waste and flock; trimmings; wadding;
webbing tapes; woollen and worsted; and
woven materials
allied manufacturing and fabricating
industries includes but is not limited to:
processing and treatment of raw cotton;
spinning, throwing, texturising, creping,
extruding, mercerising, impregnating,
processing and treatment of fibres, filaments,
threads, tyre cords, or yarns of all descriptions
including animal or vegetable fibres, artificial
silk, cotton, flax, pure silk, filament, synthetic
fibres or wool, or any of them combined with
one another or with any other animal, natural
or synthetic fibre; weaving, including hand
weaving braids, fabrics, materials and/or
webbing tapes of all kinds and descriptions;
dyeing,
 bleaching, coating, calendering, cleaning
and/or finishing of all types of fabrics,
filament yarns, wool tops, yams and articles of
all descriptions up to and including the
completed product; printing including hand
printing, screen and/or roller printing and
stamping of fabrics and/or articles of all kinds
and descriptions; mending and/or repairing
(including invisible mending) of fabrics and/or
articles of all kinds and descriptions;
manufacturing of artificial silk, filament yams,
man made fibres and/or synthetic fibres;
knitting and the manufacture of hosiery, half
hose, children’s hose, underwear, outerwear,
jersey piecegoods, fabrics and like goods or
materials; storing, sorting, scouring,
carbonising, mixing, blending and combing of
wool and top-making; storing, blending,
carding or garnetting of wool, hair, or other
fibres, felting, needling, milling, tentering
and/or drying; and every operation, process,
duty and function or calling carried on or
performed in or in connection with or
incidental to any of the foregoing bag making
industry includes: bag making and repairing,
including manufacture of jute, hessian, calico
and stockinette bags, water bags, tents,
tarpaulins, cuffs, neckwear, earmuffs, rugs
and mats,
blinds and covers button making industry
includes: haberdashery and manufacture
and/or treatment of buckles, buttons and of
badges clothing industry includes: wholly or
partly designing, preparing, manufacturing,
processing, labelling or, finishing, or wholly or
partly controlling, managing or supervising the
designing, preparing, manufacturing,
processing or finishing, of any type of
garment, apparel or articles (including aprons,
napery, nappies, manchester, linen,
handkerchiefs, mosquito nets, artificial
flowers, cot covers, blankets, collars, hats and
headwear, umbrellas or parasols or the like)
whether inside or outside of a factory or
workroom. footwear industry includes: design
or cutting of patterns for and/or wholly or
partly preparation, manufacturing, making
and repairing of footwear, boots, shoes,
sandals, surgical and fitted boots and slippers
and all component parts, of every description
from any material, including cutting or
preparing half soles, tip fillers or top pieces
including where performed by bespoke
bootmakers and repairers and heel bar
operatives
technical textiles; medical dressings, materials
and supplies; synthetic fibres and yarns;
tassels; textile waste and flock; trimmings;
wadding; webbing tapes; woollen and
worsted; and woven
materials
The following activities are arranged in
industry sectors for ease of use. In reality each
sector may overlap and include any or all
activities from other sectors.
Harvesting and forestry management sector:
(i) Harvesting timber, processing of harvested
timber, operating any machinery or vehicle in
connection with harvesting, lifting, processing
and transporting timber. (ii) Routine
maintenance of equipment or vehicle.
(iii) Preparation of forest for harvesting
operations, maintenance of forest during
harvesting and activities associated with the
rejuvenation of forest during and after
harvesting operations, where carried out by
employers engaged in harvesting operations.
(iv) General forestry and forest management
work where carried out by employers engaged
in harvesting operations.
Milling and processing sector: (i) Processing of
logs and other forms of raw timber into
building timber and other value-added
products in timber mills, factories, merchant’s
premises and other locations. (ii) Processing
includes lifting, sorting, stacking, storing,
warehousing transporting,




debarking, sawing, dressing, drying,
machining, laminating, jointing, chipping,
treating and carrying out any grading, labelling
and clerical functions associated with
processing. (iii) Operation of any machinery
used in processing or in connection with
processing including plant and infrastructure
and any maintenance associated with such
machinery, plant or infrastructure. (iv)
Assembling and construction of products from
processed timber. (v) Supervision, co-
ordination and planning of the processing
activities and processing infrastructure.
Panel products sector: (i) Manufacturing of
boards, panels or veneer from timber and
timber products. (ii) Handling, sorting,
stacking, lifting, treating, cutting, pressing,
gluing, edging, trimming, painting, laminating
and processing in any manner, board, panel or
veneer. (iii) Transporting and storing board,
panels or veneer. (iv) Operating and
maintaining any or all machinery associated
with board, panel or veneer manufacture
including manufacturing plant and
infrastructure. (v) Planning, setting-up and
assembling products from board, panel or
veneer and associated components.
Manufacturing sector: (i) All activities listed in
the milling and processing sector in clause
4.2(b). (ii) Machining timber in any manner to
produce components and articles. (iii)
Planning, setting-up and assembling wood
components and associated attachments into
products. (iv) Painting and glazing products.
(v) Manufacturing frames, trusses, doors,
windows and other building products or
components from wood or timber. (vi)
Measuring, estimating, designing and
manufacturing products for building and other
purposes. (vii) Manufacturing wooden
sporting goods including for cricket, hockey,
lacrosse, polocrosse, billiards, badminton.
(viii) Cabinet making, wood machining, wood
turning, wood carving, finishing, polishing,
upholstering and other work carried out in or
in connection with preparing, packing,
assembling, manufacturing repairing or fixing,
whether new or second hand any article of
furniture including inbuilt and caravan
furniture, chairs and seating, picture frames,
musical instruments and toys; where any of
the foregoing are made of wood or timber,
manufactured wood or timber products; and
any other product made from wood.




Merchandising and retailing sector: (i) All
activities listed in the manufacturing sector in
clause 4.2(d). (ii) Displaying, demonstrating,
preparing, handling, providing advice and
selling timber and timber related products,
hardware and building products in wholesale
and timber merchant/retail outlets. (iii)
Activities associated with the importing and
wholesaling of timber products. (iv)
Calculating and processing customer orders
and dealing with customers generally.
Pulp and paper sector: The manufacture,
process and supply of: pulp and recycled pulp;
plastic materials where obtained from the
wood and cooking chemicals derived from the
manufacture, processing and supply of pulp
and recycled pulp; paper, including paper
board, strawboard, paper bags or any similar
commodity, brown papers, copy paper,
envelope grade paper, hardboard paper, kraft
paper, linerboard, publication and printing
papers, sackcraft, security papers, watermark
papers, fruit trays, egg cartons, wine trays,
paper towel, facial tissue, toilet tissue, paper
napkins, printed tissue products (including
printed and laminated) where printing and
conversion occurs in conjunction with the
processing of pulp for tissue manufacture.
Reference to timber and/or wood in this
award without in anyway limiting the ordinary
meaning of the words, will also include any
artificial, laminated or manufactured material
now in existence or hereafter coming into
existence from whatever materials made or
constructed or manufactured, which is or can
be used in the place of wood or timber and
worked in a similar manner as wood or
timber.



Cash in transit industry means the transport
of cash and other valuables; armoured vehicle
means a vehicle especially designed for
payroll services, transportation of cash,
bullion and valuables. The design will include
armour plate windscreens and windows and
the body specifications will be constructed to
withstand armed attack from ordinary hand
held weapons. An armoured vehicle will be
fitted with air-conditioning or other
temperature control system. ATM work
means work which (in accordance with a
condition of contract between an employer
and the ATM proprietor) involves a crew in
shutting down an



ATM (disengaging the ATM from online
status), performing a variety of tasks (e.g.
removing of empty cartridges, inserting filled
cartridges and clearing deposits lodged,
purged notes and captured cards) and on
completion returning the ATM to online
status. cash and other valuables means cash,
securities and other financial instruments,
bullion and other precious goods and
materials, including valuables such as gold and
jewels and other commercially negotiable
articles and/or transactions; mobile cash unit
means an armoured vehicle with note
counting facilities, utilised out of capital cities
for servicing country locations.
See Coverage & Classifications.
agricultural vehicle salesperson; automotive
instrument mechanic; automotive engine
reconditioner; operate one or more of the
following machines: crankshaft grinder,
camshaft grinder, internal grinder, surface
grinder, cylinder borer, line borer, con rod
borer, oning machine, pin fitting machine,
valve seat grinding and inserting machines;
automotive parts interpreter (specialist);
automotive arts salesperson; automotive
serviceperson; bodymaker—1st class repairing
or customising of passenger and/or
commercial ehicle bodies, trailers and other
vehicles; brake mechanic; detailer; driver;
driver tow; electroplater; exhaust repairer;
machinist; motor chanic motor vehicle
salesperson employed in the sale of road and
industrial vehicles, motorcycles, caravans,
trailers and/or boats; packer ; paint shop
assistant ; panel beater ;plant mechanic (New
South Wales only); process; radiator repairer;
roadhouse ; spring service worker means an
employee employed on the removal and/or
replacement of springs, luggage carriers
and/or bumper bars, and/or the dismantling
and/or reassembling of finished parts of
motor car and truck chassis; tyre fitter; tyre
repairing and ;welder—tradesperson;




wheel builder and/or repairer; wrecker; boiler
attendant or fireperson, boilermaker;
coremaker, jobbing ; machine, or aking
repetition cores requiring little or no skill to
produce dismantler; ;drier ;electrical fitter;
electrical mechanic; electrician—special class;
garage attendant; heat treater; jigmaker;
material motor body developer; moulder,
jobbing; painter—tradesperson; rigger;
spring maker; structural steel tradesperson;
tooling smith; toolmaker; trimmer sectional;
trouble chaser; wood machinist.
waste management industry means the
collection, transportation, handling, recycling
and disposal of any waste material
whatsoever (be it solid or liquid, organic,
biological, medical, raw or natural, wholly or
partly manufactured, decomposed or partly
decomposed or in any other state or form and
including all domestic, trade and industrial
waste) and includes the operation of transfer
stations, landfill sites, incinerators, recycling
depots, yards or terminals, treatment plants,
compost facilities, alternative waste treatment
facilities and the operation of other facilities
of the same kind
See Coverage & Classifications.
Wine Industry means the industry of growing
and processing wine grapes and includes: the
preparation of land for the planting of wine
grape vines, the planting of wine grape vines,
the pruning of wine grape vines, the care,
growing, treating, picking, harvesting and
forwarding of wine grapes and other activities
associated with a wine grape vineyard; and/or
processing wine grapes, producing wine juice
or grape spirit, the bottling, packaging, storage
or dispatch of wine, brandy or other potable
spirit, liqueurs, vinegar or grape juice and
other activities associated with a winery or
wine distillery including but not limited to
cellar door sales, laboratory activities and
making or repairing barrels, vats, casks and
like articles; and/or packaging, storing and
dispatching of wine or grape spirit from a
warehouse facility or other place of storage
associated with a winery or wine distillery
The raw wool testing, skin, hide and wool
storage services industry means the receipt,
handling, processing (including sampling,
testing, blending or dumping), storage,
shipping or transport of skins, hides and wool.
Raw wool testing laboratory means a testing
laboratory independent of the sale transaction
and having undertaken to carry out tests in
accordance with the current International
Wool Textile Organisation Core Test
Regulations. Raw wool includes greasy wool,
wool which has been scoured, carbonised,
washed or solvent degreased, scoured skin
wools, washed skin wools. It consists of wool
fibre together with variable amounts of
vegetable matter and extraneous alkali-
insoluble impurities, mineral matter, wool
waxes, suint and moisture. Greasy wool is
wool from the sheep’s back or sheepskins,
which has not been scoured, solvent
degreased, carbonised or otherwise
processed. Sampling means all or any of the
functions and duties required to be performed
in connection with, or incidental to, the
obtaining of wool samples for testing and, in
particular,
without limiting the generality of the
foregoing, includes: the drawing of samples
manually and/or the operation of mechanical
sampling equipment; attendance at sampling
lines in wool stores; the weighing of bales and
recording of bale weights as a sworn weigher;
and the clerical functions associated with the
identification of bales and samples . Testing
means all or any of the functions and duties
required to be performed in connection with,
or incidental to, the testing of wool, seeds,
grain, grasses and wool grease samples and, in
particular, without limiting the generality of
the foregoing, includes: the operation of
various types of laboratory apparatus, testing
equipment and machines; the weighing of
containers and/or samples, subsamples and
test specimens using laboratory balances
rovided and the recording of such weights; the
clerical functions associated with the
identification, control batching etc. of
samples, subsamples, test specimens and
containers; and the use of such chemicals and
the handling of samples as required by the
procedures laid down




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