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TWU Pilots is a specialist division of the Transport Workers’ Union. We’ll use our collective strength to improve pay and conditions for pilots, and hold the Federal Government and companies to account.
DELEGATES CONFERENCE 2022
Hundreds of TWU delegates from across NSW and the ACT are meeting together at Rooty Hill for our Annual Delegates’ Conference. Delegates will learn, share information and hear from those in Government about how the industry can be improved. Delegates are the Yard Leaders supporting the changes for a safer and fairer transport industry. It is their skill, passion and hard work that binds together the transport workers in our yards and industries so TWU members can win secure jobs, safe working conditions and wages you can sustain a family on. The Conference is being held at West HQ, Thursday 25 and Friday 26 August in Rooty Hill. Speak to your TWU Official for more information. Email Messages for Check in have been sent out to Delegates. Our Time Is Now.
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