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ASSOCIATION OF

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The Association of Wall and Ceiling Industries Victoria (AWCIV) represents the interests of member companies being businesses engaged in the manufacture, importation, supply and distribution of plasterboard and plaster products, and plasterers engaged in the installation, renovation, repair of plaster finishes and decorative finishes in the State of Victoria. The Association was formed in 1974 from two associations, the Country Fibrous Plasterers Association (Established 1924)

and the Metropolitan Fibrous Plasterers Association (Established 1934). AWCIV is affiliated with the Association of Wall and Ceiling Industries of Australia and New Zealand. As a member of that group, the Association works to enhance the technical quality of materials, trade and business practices across the plastering and associated industries.


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CFMEU Building and Construction Industry Industry EBA 2011–2015 will increase existing wage rates by a total of 20% (compounding) delivered in four annual instalments of 5%, at the beginning of the first full pay period commencing on or after 1 March 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2015.

The attached Wage Bulletin deals with the current rates that apply from commencement of the Agreement. Please Note: These rates are only applicable to those companies who have chosen to be bound by the above Agreement.

Rate Per Hour $

Rate Per Week $

Weekl y ProRata Annual Leave $

Weekly ProRata AIL Loading $

RDO Accrual Perday (0.8)

Trades Classifications CW3 ~ 100% Carpenter/Joiner; Tile-layer; Stonemason; Artificial Stoneworker; Marble & Slate-worker; Plasterer

33.96

1222.56

101.88

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Bricklayer

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Painter - New Work

33.20

1195.20

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Painter - Re-paint

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Apprentices FROM 1ST PAY PERIOD BEGINNING ON/AFTER 1 MARCH 2012 (1st Agreement Increment - 5%) Wages Per week

Daily Fares Allowance

Weekly Pro-Rata Annual Leave

Weekly Pro Rata AIL Loading

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Carpenters/Joiners; Stonemasons; Tilelayers; Plasterer; etc. 1' 3 months** Next 9 months ##

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4' Year

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Weekly Rates include Tool Allowance ** Start rate for an Apprentice who has NOT completed an approved preApprenticeship course ## Start (11'1 Year) rate for an Apprentice who has completed an approved preApprenticeship course.


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ILLUMINATION AND DECORATION OF FLAT SURFACES Dear Member, The Association of Wall and Ceilings Victoria has updated the Illumination and Decoration of Flat Surfaces booklet. LEVELS OF FINISH ASNZ2589:2007 defines three levels of finish for plasterboard linings, covering the different specification for the framing, installation, finishing and decorating required to achieve the various levels of finish. It is imperative that the required level of finish is determined at

the design state of the project with full consideration given to the lighting and decorative finishes to be used. Changes in the industry have greatly increased the need for this new edition. The cost of the booklet is $24.00 plus postage. To obtain copies contact T’arne at the AWCIV on (03) 9553 6363 or email admin@awciv.com.au.


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CODE OF ETHICS 1

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Members will assist in furthering the objects, interest and causes of the Association and will assist whenever possible in the development of effective communication, understanding and cooperation between members, customers, government agencies, the public and the industry. A member must conduct his/her business so as to minimise controversies with other members and to avoid conduct that is detrimental to the interest of the Association. Members will not make exaggerated or misleading statements to the public

concerning the qualities of materials or workmanship or knowingly allow their staff or sub-contractors to make such statements. 4

A member will conduct his/her business so as to reflect favourably on the Association and its members and to assure public confidence in the industry.

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CODE OF ETHICS CONT.... standard or workmanship as required by the member. 7

Members will be safety conscious and will, wherever possible, work towards a safer work environment.

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Members will ensure adequate operating standards by maintaining their equipment in good working condition and presenting themselves and their equipment in a clean and tidy manner.

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Members will treat all information from within the Association as strictly confidential and will not disclose to any person or corporation which is not a member, without the written

consent of the Executive Committee. In particular, members must not use information of the Association in any way so as to create a dispute, or as a means of supporting a position in an industrial dispute. 10 Members will ensure their staff are aware of the provisions of this Code. 11 Any breach of this Code should be reported in writing to the Association’s Executive Committee who may, after investigation, require members to answer any such allegations.


PROFESSIONAL PLASTERERS

IT’S TIME TO JOIN! Ask yourself these following points • Am I getting satisfaction/support from my supplier? • Do I need assistance with Industrial Relations disputes? • Is my business keeping up to date with Australian Standards/ Building Codes? • Is my business recognised Nationally within our industry? • Does the company need to up-skill its staff? • How can I have an input into Australian Standards and changes in our industry? • Do you think our trade is looked down on by builders & other trades? • Is my business up to date with OH&S? • Does my company keep enough evidence of correct installation of products for further assurances? • How do I get my Construction Induction Card (Red Card)? • How do I get my Stilts Safety & Maintenance Card? • Has our company completed the best plaster/Fibre cement or external façade system in Victoria? • How can I have an input on what my apprentice is trained? • Do I have a big enough network of support around my company? • Am I confident my employees are installing Fire-rated lining systems correctly? • Do I understand the legalities of signing a compliance certificate? • How can I join the fight to get this Trade accredited / licensed? If you have answered NO to any of the above, join us and have a SAY….ring now and talk to Rosemary on (03) 9553 6363


PROFESSIONAL PLASTERERS

MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION Trading Name Business Name ABN Number Business Address

Public Liability Insurance Details Contact Name Position Telephone Number Fax Number Mobile Number Email Address Web Site Address Please Tick Applicable

 Sole Trader

 Company

 Partnership

Names of Owner(s), Partner(s), Director(s)

Referred by (if appropriate) OR how did you find out about the Association Please provide a brief description of experience, including current and past work history in the plastering industries, and dates of service:


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MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION Please indicate the sector(s) relevant to your business and the number people engaged in each sector

Commercial Contractor

Domestic Contractor

Supplier

Do you agree to comply with Australian Standards applicable to the plastering industries?

 Yes

 No

(Please tick applicable)

Do you agree to comply with The Constitution and Rules and Code of Ethics of the Association?

 Yes

 No

(Please tick applicable)

Number of employees Number of sub-contractors What is the main sector of your operation? How long has the business been operating in the plastering industry?

Name of Referee Telephone Numbers Please note that applicants for Membership may view the Constitution and Rules of the Association at the Association’s registered office during ordinary office hours


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ASSOCIATION OF

WALL CEILING INDUSTRIES 2013

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