Fair Work Commission - Order

Published here is an order by DEPUTY PRESIDENT KOVACIC made to United Voice in relation to Foster’s Australia Limited T/A Carlton and United Breweries Limited.

Fair Work Act 2009

s.418—Industrial action

Foster’s Australia Limited T/A Carlton and United Breweries Limited
v
United Voice
(C2014/3701)


FOSTER’S AUSTRALIA LIMITED ABBOTSFORD BREWERY AND UNITED VOICE ENTERPRISE AGREEMENT 2012-2015 [AE895398] 

Food, beverages and tobacco manufacturing industry

DEPUTY PRESIDENT KOVACIC

MELBOURNE, 2 APRIL 2014
Application for an order that industrial action by employees stop.
1. TITLE
This order shall be known as the Foster’s Australia Limited T/A Carlton and United Breweries Limited Industrial Action Order 2014 (No. 1) (the Order).
2. APPLICATION
This order applies to work and employment regulated by the Foster’s Australia Limited Abbotsford Brewery and United Voice Enterprise Agreement 2012-2015 (the Agreement).
3. PARTIES BOUND
The parties bound by this order are:
3.1 Foster’s Australia Limited T/A Carlton and United Breweries Limited (the Company);
3.2 United Voice (the Union); and
3.3 employees of the Company who are members of the Union or eligible to be members of the Union and who are employed at the Abbotsford Brewery site located at Southhampton Crescent, Abbotsford in the State of Victoria and whose work and employment are regulated by the Agreement.
6.1.1 National Secretary United Voice (02) 9281 4480;
6.1.2 State Secretary United Voice (03) 9235 7770;
6.2 a copy of this order is placed on the noticeboards usually used by the Company for the purposes of communicating with the employees defined in clause 3.3 of this order.
6.3 By 4.00pm on 2 April 2014, United Voice must post this Order in a prominent position on its website.
6.4 United Voice must take all reasonably practicable steps necessary and available to it under its rules or otherwise to:
6.4.1 immediately advise its members (including its delegates) engaged in connection with work for the Company that:
6.4.1(a) any industrial action must not be engaged in, or threatened;
6.4.1(b) any industrial action must not be organised, aided, abetted, directed, procured, induced, advised, authorised, encouraged or facilitated; and
6.4.1(c) any direction, advice or authorisation by it to the Employees to engage in industrial action is withdrawn;
6.4.2 not later than 6.00pm on 2 April 2014, provide a copy of this Order to its delegates engaged in or in connection with work for the Company; and
6.4.3 ensure that its delegates comply with this Order.
7. TERM AND DATE OF EFFECT
This order shall come into effect at 2.00pm on 2 April 2014 and shall cease to have effect at 2.00pm on 2 October 2014.
DEPUTY PRESIDENT

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