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In this section there are tools, templates and advice to help businesses in the metal manufacturing industry understand the Manufacturing and Associated Industries and Occupations Award 2010 [MA000010] (the Manufacturing Award).
See clause 4.9 of the Manufacturing Award for a detailed definition of all the industries and the jobs that are covered by the Manufacturing Award.
The National Structural Metal Product Manufacturing Campaign is aimed at helping employers in the structural metal product industry understand and comply with their obligations. This campaign is targeted at manufacturers of structural metal products used for the construction of buildings, such as doors, window frames and roller doors.
Find out what to expect including how you can prepare and the documents you may need to give us.
Find answers to frequently asked questions from a free webinar about the campaign and obligations under the Manufacturing & Associated Industries and Occupations Award 2010 held on 2 May 2012.
Structural Metal webinar FAQs
Have a look at the My Business page for general information about your responsibilities as an employer, including:
If you’re a member of an employer association, such as the Australian Industry Group (Ai Group), or a union you can contact them for individually tailored information about your obligations and entitlements. You can find a list of the employer associations and unions in your industry on our Registered organisations page.
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