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Australian jobs lost to foreign workers in Maritime Industry 457 visa crisis
 
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Could you loose your job to a foreign worker on a 457 visa?
Views: 1974 Rob Messenger
High Salary Jobs in Canada
 
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High Paid jobs offered in Canada. How much professors, engineers, managers, teachers, technicians, nurses can earn in Canada. You can send your CV at: [email protected] Currently they provide job placements with good salaries. Jobs in Canada work in canada pilot jobs aircraft engineer jobs marketing manager jobs network engineer jobs computer engineer jobs nurses jobs cooks jobs waiters jobs teacher vacancies professor vacancies technician jobs engineer jobs
Views: 1608879 GoAbroad
Maritime Union of Australia - Working Waves 2015
 
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Maritime Union of Australia - Working Waves 2015 - MUA Film Unit. This year was the 20th anniversary of the MUA working waves Surfing Contest, Maritime Mining & Power Credit Union (MMPCU) have been a major sponsor since inception in 1995. A crowd of supporters basked in the sun as the competitor’s lined up for this year’s event as they battled in the Open Division, Over 40’s, Long board, Comrades Cup and The Rock Head Relay [In memory of Mark Holland]. The day is organised through the Newcastle Branch of the Maritime Union of Australia and is enthusiastically supported by members from essentially the 3 areas of NSW, this year 2 members ventured from South Australia to join in the festivities. Retired members had the BBQ going all day and it is a great event for MUA members, family and friends.
CFMEU C&G - Australian construction workers tell it how it is
 
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CFMEU C&G - Australian construction workers tell it how it is in this video featuring CFMEU C&G members and National Secretary Dave Noonan.
Views: 4676 unionsnsw
BOSIET Ticket for Oil Rig Work (FIFO STAFF) Offshore Australia
 
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BOSIET - Basic Offshore Safety Induction and Emergency Training. If you are looking to work on an Oil Rig you need to have one or more of the following tickets. BOSIET, FOET, HUET, TBOSIET, TFOET, THUET. The following three training providers in Western Australia meet the internationally recognised OPITO Training Standards, see: http://fifostaff.com/fifo-metro-jobs for more information. 1) Australasian Maritime Institute - www.ami.edu.au 2) ERGT Australia - www.ergt.com.au 3) IFAP Survival Training Centre - www.ifap.asn.au
Views: 661 FIFO STAFF
CFMEU 150 yrs Part 1.wmv
 
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The history of the CFMEU Queensland
Re-imagining Australia: human rights for everyone - Prof Gillian Triggs | Lecture Curtin University
 
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Interested in studying? http://humanrights.curtin.edu.au/ or join the conversation https://www.facebook.com/CurtinCentreForHumanRightsEducation Professor Triggs examines the current state of play of human rights in Australia and explores the approaches to human rights education taken by the Australian Human Rights Commission, including its work linked to the national school curriculum, in its public campaigns and in its work with the business sector. Chapters: 00:00 Introduction - Professor Deborah Terry 06:25 Speech - Professor Gillian Triggs 44.47 Short film - Magna Carta - the story of our freedom 49:02 Speech - Professor Gillian Triggs 51:02 TV spot - Racism. It Stops With Me Feat. Adam Goodes The Inaugural Annual Curtin University Human Rights Lecture is an important new initiative of the Centre for Human Rights Education (CHRE). Professor Gillian Triggs, President of the Australian Human Rights Commission, presented this public lecture Thursday 12 May, 2016.
Views: 1204 Curtin University
Rio Tinto and Precarious Work - Global Day of Action 2014
 
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Rio Tinto is a bad corporate citizen. The CFMEU's Andrew Vickers highlights their current actions across the globe - particularly Mongolia, Mozambique, Madagascar as well as Australia - where their record of social, human, environmental and labour rights abuses continues. #STOPrecariousWork
Views: 880 CFMEUMINING
ABC 15/03/2010: CFMEU Building Jobs
 
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ABC news - CFMEU Building Jobs
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An Employer’s Top 5 Tips for Graduates - David Arkell (GE Australia & New Zealand)
 
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David has over 25 years of global Human Resources experience across Mining, Financial Services, Logistics and FMCG industries. At GE, David partners with the A&NZ CEO and leadership team to develop GE’s human capital strategy, enhance their leadership pipeline and build their in-region HR capability in Organisation & Talent Development, Talent Acquisition, HR Operations, Compensation & Benefits, Learning and Development and Employee Relations.
Views: 316 Bond OLT
CFMEU & Bikie Gangs Cause Climate of Fear In Construction Industry
 
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ABC TV News reports on the Victoria Police report to the Royal Commission on trade union governance and corruption documenting the Construction, Forestry, Mining and Electrical Union (CFMEU) use of outlaw motorcycle gangs as 'enforcers' . Trevor Evans Master Builders Immediate Past President testifies to is experience at the hands of the bikies and and the CFMEU. Also reported is the support from Victorian Police to re-establish the Australian Building and Construction Commission (ABCC). www.masterbuilders.com.au
Views: 61867 Master Builders
Maritime Union of Australia - MUA Here To Stay
 
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Maritime Union of Australia - MUA Here To Stay was first screened at the Maritime Union of Australia National Conference 2016.
Maritime Union Of Australia Youth Members Speak
 
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Maritime Union Of Australia MUA Young Maritime Workers articulate the most important issues facing them and the Australian maritime industry. In addition, the challenges facing MUA delegates organising in the workplace. "MUA Youth Members Speak" was screened at the Maritime Union of Australia National Conference 2012. Produced by Fabio Cavadini, Mandy King & Jamie McMechan Maritime Union of Australia - Film Unit. Australian Manufacturing Workers Union (AMWU) http://www.amwu.asn.au/ Australian Services Union (ASU) http://www.asu.asn.au/ Australian Workers Union (AWU) http://www.awu.net.au/ Construction Forestry Mining & Energy Union (CFMEU) http://www.cfmeu.asn.au/ Electrical Trades Union (ETU) http://www.etunational.asn.au/ Maritime Union Of Australia (MUA) http://www.mua.org.au/ Public Service Association of NSW (PSA) http://www.psa.labor.net.au/ Unions NSW (Unions NSW) http://www.unionsnsw.org.au/ Australian Council Of Trade Union (ACTU) http://www.actu.org.au/ International Transport Workers' Federation (ITF) http://www.itfglobal.org/ International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC) http://www.ituc-csi.org/
First boat of illegal immigrants in four years arrives on Australian shores
 
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Australia's immigration policy is once again being tested by the latest post Morrison as Prime Minister development. Dutton once again in the firing line as he is set to send 17 Vietnamese illegal immigrants off to Manus Island in Papua New Guinea.. The key comment here is that if you arrive in Australia and claim persecution and refugee status the country you are in CANNOT send you home. Australia has to hear your case in a court of law and if your claims are valid needs to settle you in another country, if not Australia.
Views: 749 Loving Life
Hutchison Ports Dispute - MUA Rising
 
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Hutchison Ports Dispute Rally was a tremendous event with workers from all sectors of the industry, community members, politicians, and a host of out fraternal unions taking the fight up to Hutchison's doors at Port Botany. Hundreds of angry wharfies and their supporters stormed on the Hutchison building at Port Botany in protest of the company’s decision to sack almost half of its workforce. The Maritime Union of Australia is in a serious struggle with the Hong Kong- based stevedore after the multi-billion dollar company announced, without warning, that it would be scrapping 100 workers from its two terminals in Brisbane and Sydney. Hutchison was using textbook union busting tactics in offloading shipping contracts in order to increase casualisation and undermine current conditions. Assistant National Secretary Warren Smith said the company had not lost contracts and that the company was subcontracting vessels to Patrick and DP World. "This is a manipulation and a rort by Hutchison that we will fight to the end," Smith said. "Manipulating contracts and colluding with the other port operators in order to manufacture redundancies is just not acceptable. This is a plot to remove union delegates and activists and bring in a disposable, casual, pliable workforce when the contracts mysteriously reappear. "Hutchison ought to know that the MUA is not naïve to its tactics and we are gearing up to fight for the long-haul." After a successful stop work meeting with the Hutchison workers at the seafarers club, a rally was staged and was attended by other wharfies from Patrick and DP World as we as with workers from ever, as well as unionists from the CFMEU, RTBU, TWU, FBEU, community supporters and family members. After rousing speeches from Rita Mallia (CFMEU), Mark Lennon (UnionsNSW), Jim Casey (FBEU), Matt Thistlethwaite (ALP), David Shoebridge (The Greens) in addition to the MUA’s Warren Smith, MUA Veteran Fred Krausert, ex-MUA official Barry Robson and all of the Sydney Branch Officials – Paul McAleer, Paul Keating, Paul Garrett and Joe Deakin. Hutchison delegate and former footballer, Craig Hancock, also graced the back of the ute with the loudspeaker before the crowd marched onto Hutchison, only to be greeted by a big police presence and security guards, preventing anyone entry into the building. "This campaign is one we will fight to the end. We will be using ever lever at our disposal to ensure that this anti-union attack is repelled," Smith said. Hutchison is: Automating without negotiation Automating as union busting Manipulating contracts to create a false redundancy Aiming to sack union delegates and activists MUA is demanding: Information and data, including labour modelling be provided to the union to enable transparent and correct decisions to be made Automation with negotiation The right to return to your job if made redundant Objective and fair negotiated redundancy selection processes A meeting with the company not conducted in a legal framework but an environment
CFMEU workers protest the re-introduction of the ABCC
 
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Nine News, June 2017. The Construction Forestry Mining and Energy Union rallied against the re-introduction of the Australian Building and Construction Commission and cuts to wages, while protesting for safer working conditions in Melbourne's CBD.
Views: 137 Chanel Zagon
Cargo / Container Ship Travel Guide: Everything you need to know
 
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Views: 108507 TheTravelingClatt
CFMEU Newsread  30 April
 
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Call for industrial manslaughter laws; dispute with Energy Australia at Yallourn; overwhelming support for cracking down on 457 rorts; rescue helicopter fundraiser
Views: 68 CFMEUMINING
ABC live cross moments after the Federal Court ruled in the MUA's favour
 
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MEDIA RELEASE Abbott Government Fails In Bid To Allow Cheap Foreign Labour In Offshore Oil and Gas Sector   The Abbott Government’s ongoing efforts to undermine Australian jobs in the offshore oil and gas sector suffered a setback today when the Federal Court rejected its underhand means of deploying visas for foreign workers.   The Full Court of the Federal Court declared that the Ministerial Determination ('Immi 14/077') introduced by Assistant Immigration Minister Michaelia Cash on July 17, 2014 “is not authorised … and is invalid”.   “The Parliament’s intention was to confer upon the Minister a power to except or exempt particular activities or operations carried out under the Offshore Petroleum Act or Offshore Minerals Act, not to reverse the Parliament’s desire and intention to bring within the [Migration] Act non-citizens who are engaged in operations and activities under the Offshore Petroleum Act or the Offshore Minerals Act.” : see Judgment at [73].   The Abbott Government has taken three significant steps to undermine Australian participation in offshore oil and gas projects. It has:*    introduced a Bill to repeal the Migration Amendment (Offshore Resources Activity) Act 2013 (ORA ACT) that was passed by the Parliament in 2013 to address a flaw in Australia's migration law following a Federal Court judgment in the Allseas case that found certain groups of workers were not within the migration zone and did not require visas to work in Australia.*    introduced a Regulation under the ORA Act that specified an inappropriate visa class as a work visa to conform with the ORA Act (the Maritime Crew Visa, which is a transit visa for visiting international seafarers, not a work visa) and;*    when the Senate rightly disallowed the regulation specifying that visa, introduced a Ministerial Determination ('Immi 14/077') effectively making the ORA Act null and void in complete disregard to the wishes of the Parliament.Following the decision of Justice Buchanan of the Federal Court on 15 September 2014 which validated the use by the Government of Ministerial Determination 'Immi 14/077', the MUA and AMOU appealed the decision to the Full Court of the Federal Court.    Maritime Union of Australia (MUA) National Secretary Paddy Crumlin said the decision today means that hundreds of jobs in the offshore oil and gas sector are in doubt and it’s not as if the Government hasn’t had time to prepare.   "The Abbott Government has clearly outlined their agenda for employment in this important segment of our economy without regard to existing employment law or consequence,” Mr Crumlin said.
Insights into the Belt and Road Initiative - an ECU Business Flashlight event
 
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This forum was held at the City of Perth Library in May 2018. The Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) is an economic and foreign policy project that focuses on reviving the ancient Silk Road, which was the main trade route from China to Europe centuries ago. BRI would connect three continents – Asia, Europe and Africa; covering a total of 3.2 billion people that is almost 45% of the world population. BRI is a blueprint for China to explore co-operation with new economic partners. In this ECU Business Flashlight forum, 3 speakers considered what BRI means for Australia. Speakers featured were the Hon. Bill Johnston MLA, Western Australia's minister for Mines and Petroleum; Commerce and Industrial Relations; Electoral Affairs; and Asian Engagement; Associate Professor Hadrian Djajadikerta, Associate Dean of Research for ECU's School of Business and Law and Associate Professor of Accounting; Ms Bonnie Shek, Director of Australia and New Zealand, of the Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTD); and Mr Tony Chong, Vice President of WA Chinese Chamber of Commerce and a corporate and tax lawyer, with extensive finance and commercial experience. The ECU Business Flashlight is a regular forum arranged by the School of Business and Law Research Office for researchers and practitioners to engage in collaborative dialogue with industry and government on relevant issues in business and management. This video uses the song “Stratosphere” by Adam Vitovsky (https://www.adamvitovsky.com/stratosphere) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/legalcode
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Thank God you're here - safety officers
 
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The thank God you're here guy's have a comical look at safety.
Views: 703522 Automotive Videos
CFMEU protected action at Cleanaway Brooklyn
 
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After 6 months of EBA negotiations broke down at Cleanaway in Brooklyn, CFMEU Members are taking legal protected action to prevent drastic cuts to their penalty rates and other conditions. The company has responded with more bullying and standover tactics, locking workers out and standing them down without pay, despite the action being legal and protected. Another example of broken industrial relations laws in Australia being exploited by employers to attack their workers. #ChangeTheRules
Views: 1001 CFMEUVIC
Mining union welcomes tax deal
 
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CFMEU national president Tony Maher says the Federal Government got a good result out of a tax deal with mining companies.
El Salvador - Impunity or Justice
 
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Maritime Union of Australia (MUA) National Secretary and International Transport Workers’ Federation (ITF) President Paddy Crumlin has highlighted the inaction of the government of El Salvador on the tenth anniversary of the assassination of Gilberto Soto, a representative of the International Brotherhood of Teamsters. Soto was killed in November 2004 while visiting El Salvador to establish fraternal relations with transport workers there and throughout Central America. The Teamsters have taken out a full-page advertisement in today’s edition of El Salvador’s largest daily newspaper, denouncing the government for its lack of action. The advertisement, published in La Prensa Grafica, poses the question “Justice or Impunity?” and is written as an open letter criticising the high-level cover-up of Soto’s assassination. It calls upon El Salvador’s current Attorney-General, Luis Martinez, to reopen investigations into this and other emblematic human rights cases. Mr Crumlin said El Salvador’s recent history has been marred by instances of murder, torture and other human rights abuses and atrocities. “The MUA, ITF and the International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC) have expressed concerns over a number of years that Mr Soto's death was linked to his trade union activities and it is yet to be properly investigated,” Mr Crumlin said. “More than 20 years after the signing of the Chapultepec Peace Accords, people around the globe are watching to see if El Salvador is prepared to protect the rights of its citizens to participate in union activities and other forms of engagement in civil society without risking their lives. “We call on Attorney-General Luis Martinez to appoint an official who is willing and able to effectively investigate the murder of Mr Soto, as well as other killings by death squads.” Teamsters General President Jim Hoffa, who joined 14 other human rights advocates in placing the advertisement said: “It’s time for justice for Gilberto Soto’s family and all who cherish human rights.” Lance Compa, a professor of international labor and human rights law at Cornell University said: “Under human rights law there is no statute of limitations on justice for victims such as Gilberto Soto.” Professor Compa has conducted studies for Human Rights Watch, the International Labor Rights Forum and other human rights groups, as well as for the United Nations’ International Labour Organisation. “Resolving yesterday’s injustice is essential for confronting and solving today’s human rights challenges. This is why re-opening the Gilberto Soto case will be so important for the international human rights community and for the Salvadoran people,” Mr Compa said. Noting that in the past, El Salvador’s office of the attorney general was itself involved in a cover-up of the Soto case, the signers urge Attorney General Martinez to work with the PDDH, the country’s human rights office, and independent human rights organisations to identify those who committed the emblematic crimes, and those who covered them up. Geoff Thale, program director of the Washington Office on Latin America, said he signed the open letter because “The unresolved human rights crimes of the past – the Jesuit case, massacres like El Mozote, like that of Gilberto Soto—involve deep emotional wounds for the families and relatives of those who died. These cases serve as a test for the criminal justice system, especially for the Attorney General’s office, as to whether it can investigate effectively and without political interference.” “We want to know—will El Salvador reject the cover-up of politically motivated crimes and end the culture of impunity?” said Ron Carver, an associate fellow at the Institute for Policy Studies in Washington, D.C. Posted by Jamie McMechan Maritime Union of Australia - Film Unit.
Who is standing over who at Seymour Whyte's Chandler Highway?
 
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What have Seymour Whyte got to hide? Join a CFMEU official on night shift at Chandler Highway as they do everything by the book, tick every box and jump through every hoop to deal with safety issues on the job. The system is broken, workers are denied access to their representatives and companies like Seymour Whyte think they can block, hinder and obstruct legal right of entry by union safety officials. Time to #ChangeTheRules
Views: 994 CFMEUVIC
Restore ABCC To Stop Bullying
 
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Why should bullying be tolerated on building sites when it is unacceptable in other workplaces and anywhere else. Master Builders is calling for the return of the Australian Building and Construction Commission (ABCC) to tackle building union thuggery and unlawfulness and to restore the rule of law to building sites.
Views: 83 Master Builders
7.30 Report: Sham Contracting
 
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7.30 Report exposé on sham contracting in Australia's construction industry (22 September 2009). Sham contracting -- employing someone as an independent contractor rather than an employee -- is leading to a race to the bottom in the industry and resulting in the deterioration of working conditions and safety standards. The CFMEU estimates as many as 350,000 workers in the building and construction industry are on sham contracting arrangements, which means they miss out on things such as the protection of minimum rates of pay, job security, leave entitlements and superannuation. The situation is making it impossible for legitimate businesses to compete and is robbing taxpayers of millions of dollars.
Views: 1035 cfmeunsw
Offshore Worker Visa's Invalid - Mick Doleman Speaks
 
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The Abbott Government’s ongoing efforts to undermine Australian jobs in the offshore oil and gas sector suffered a setback today when the Federal Court rejected its underhand means of deploying visas for foreign workers. The Full Court of the Federal Court declared that the Ministerial Determination ('Immi 14/077') introduced by Assistant Immigration Minister Michaelia Cash on July 17, 2014 “is not authorised … and is invalid”. “The Parliament’s intention was to confer upon the Minister a power to except or exempt particular activities or operations carried out under the Offshore Petroleum Act or Offshore Minerals Act, not to reverse the Parliament’s desire and intention to bring within the [Migration] Act non-citizens who are engaged in operations and activities under the Offshore Petroleum Act or the Offshore Minerals Act.” : see Judgement at [73]. The Abbott Government has taken three significant steps to undermine Australian participation in offshore oil and gas projects. It has: Introduced a Bill to repeal the Migration Amendment (Offshore Resources Activity) Act 2013 (ORA ACT) that was passed by the Parliament in 2013 to address a flaw in Australia's migration law following a Federal Court judgement in the Allseas case that found certain groups of workers were not within the migration zone and did not require visas to work in Australia. Introduced a Regulation under the ORA Act that specified an inappropriate visa class as a work visa to conform with the ORA Act (the Maritime Crew Visa, which is a transit visa for visiting international seafarers, not a work visa) and; When the Senate rightly disallowed the regulation specifying that visa, introduced a Ministerial Determination ('Immi 14/077') effectively making the ORA Act null and void in complete disregard to the wishes of the Parliament.Following the decision of Justice Buchanan of the Federal Court on 15 September 2014 which validated the use by the Government of Ministerial Determination 'Immi 14/077', the MUA and AMOU appealed the decision to the Full Court of the Federal Court. Maritime Union of Australia (MUA) National Secretary Paddy Crumlin said the decision today means that hundreds of jobs in the offshore oil and gas sector are in doubt and it’s not as if the Government hasn’t had time to prepare. "The Abbott Government has clearly outlined their agenda for employment in this important segment of our economy without regard to existing employment law or consequence,” Mr Crumlin said. "Firstly they ignored the intention of the Offshore Resources Act which offers labour market testing and appropriate protections for Australian workers, then they overrode the Senate when it offered a view they didn’t like. “At no stage have they tried to sit down with unions or Senators to try to find a way through – they simply acted in accordance with the wishes of the big business interests dominating the leasing of our national hydrocarbon assets . They were fully prepared to have taxpayers foot the bill for the incompetence that cloaked their political sycophancy and prejudice. "The Federal Court has today restored faith and most importantly stability in the employment laws protecting ordinary Australians. This entire episode merely adds to the appearance to our international markets of a chaotic, dysfunctional Government in what is an essential and highly efficient and productive Australian workforce and industry. "
Maritime Asia: Securitization of the China Seas
 
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The Institute of East Asian Studies, UC Berkeley, in collaboration with the Department of Politics & International Studies, University of Cambridge, is convening a workshop on “Maritime Asia” with a focus on the “securitization” of the China Seas in the 19th and 20th Centuries. This public forum presents the highlights from the workshop. Anchored in the disciplines of historical and international studies, we view “securitization” as a process of politicization that is geographically defined, historically contingent, resource constrained and trans-temporal in its effects. We also view securitization as the formation of a discourse that is contingent upon complex speech acts in multiple sites. What can we learn from China's modern history about the nation's long-term aspirations as a maritime power? How does Beijing pursue naval preeminence in a post-Cold War political economy of globalizing connections and multilateral agreements? As China aspires to become a major Asian maritime power in the 21st century, we propose to examine the how, why, and the so what, internally and internationally, about its significance.
Views: 291 UC Berkeley Events
WIMDOI Conference 2012 - Promo
 
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Australian Council Of Trade Unions ACTU The National Women In Male Dominated Industries And Occupations Conference 2012 (WIMDOI), hosted by the Australian Council Of Trade Unions (ACTU), was held in Adelaide on Wednesday 7 - Friday 9 November. The 2012 WIMDOI Conference focused on skills development for women activists in male dominated industries and occupations, including workplace organising and campaigning. It provides an opportunity for women in male dominated industries to network and develop ongoing support structures. The Conference will also implement the framework of the Women in Unions Report 2011 which encourages and supports women's participation in unions; and develop initiatives to encourage women into male dominated employment areas and support them in the workplace. Produced by Mich-Elle Myers - Maritime Union of Australia - National Women's Liaison Officer and Jamie McMechan - Maritime Union of Australia - Film Unit. Australian Manufacturing Workers Union (AMWU) http://www.amwu.asn.au/ Australian Services Union (ASU) http://www.asu.asn.au/ Australian Workers Union (AWU) http://www.awu.net.au/ Construction Forestry Mining & Energy Union (CFMEU) http://www.cfmeu.asn.au/ Electrical Trades Union (ETU) http://www.etunational.asn.au/ Maritime Union Of Australia (MUA) http://www.mua.org.au/ Public Service Association of NSW (PSA) http://www.psa.labor.net.au/ Unions NSW (Unions NSW) http://www.unionsnsw.org.au/ Australian Council Of Trade Union (ACTU) http://www.actu.org.au/ International Transport Workers' Federation (ITF) http://www.itfglobal.org/ International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC) http://www.ituc-csi.org/
Fire Extinguisher Training - PASS - Fire Safety Training Video
 
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Fire Extinguisher Training - PASS - Fire Safety Training Video The use of a fire extinguisher in the hands of a trained adult can be a life and property saving tool. However, a majority of adults have not had fire extinguisher training and may not know how and when to use them. This short video explains how to properly inspect fire extinguishers. It then covers the P.A.S.S. system for proper, effective fire extinguisher usage. Share this video with your family, friends, relatives, co-workers, employees and people in your community. It provides valuable training in how to use fire extinguishers in an emergency. Remember: The life you save may be your own. For more videos like this one, see our channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/SafetyMemos Never miss a new safety video! Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=safetymemos Extinguisher Basics: https://www.osha.gov/SLTC/etools/evacuation/portable_about.html Fire Extinguishers - A FEMA site: http://www.usfa.fema.gov/citizens/home_fire_prev/extinguishers.shtm Extinguisher Placement and Spacing: https://www.osha.gov/SLTC/etools/evacuation/portable_placement.html
Views: 458480 Safety Memos
Victory or Surrender? CFMEU  WA State Elections
 
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Who can you trust to deliver better pay and conditions?
Views: 172 teamreynolds
Geography Now! Indonesia
 
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Views: 1661819 Geography Now
Dealing with Threats in Tumultuous Times: General Jim Mattis
 
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In this talk, General Mattis, former commander of US Central Command discusses the changing security environment. Drawing on his expertise at the highest levels of the US military and advising the US government, General Mattis will discuss the major threats he sees, and the way they might be approached. Widely regarded as one of the keenest intellects and original thinkers in the US military, this talk will offer a fascinating insight into how the United States is thinking about international security and cooperation. Speaker General Jim Mattis, an Annenberg Distinguished Visiting Fellow at the Hoover Institution, is an expert on national security issues, especially strategy, innovation, the effective use of military force, and the Middle East. Before coming to Hoover, General Mattis was the commander of the US Central Command (CENTCOM). While commanding CENTCOM from 2010 to 2013, he was responsible for military operations involving more than 200,000 US, Australian and seventeen other nations' military and civilian personnel in Afghanistan, Iraq, and elsewhere in the Middle East and south-central Asia.
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Judge calls CFMEU behaviour 'flagrant and systematic' intimidation | by Just in AU
 
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► Judge calls CFMEU behaviour 'flagrant and systematic' intimidation | by Just in AU ► Updated March 09, 2018 21:18:45 The CFMEU and 19 of its officials have been slapped with a $817,500 ... ► SUBSCRIBE 4 More ....... : https://goo.gl/7BeyGH ► Facebook Fanpage ........: https://goo.gl/oxA42Q ► Twitter ................................: https://goo.gl/aq3hHK ► Google plus ......................: https://goo.gl/yyXg3J ► Photo & Content Source : http://www.abc.net.au//news/2018-03-09/cfmeu-fined-for-flagrant-and-systematic-intimidation/9533344 ========================================= ► Just in AU Channel dedicated to sharing The most recent top stories of Australia. ► Videos can use content-based copyright law contains reasonable use Fair Use (https://www..com/yt/copyright/). ► With the above criteria, if there is any breach of the principles of Community, law on copyright then please comment on the video
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Union warns mine safety at risk
 
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A decision by the NSW Labor Government to contract out the monitoring of coal dust has prompted Australia's biggest mining union to warn that the country's enviable safety record might soon be jeopardised.
Defend Noel Washington - 30th July 2008
 
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Thousands of union delegates rallied at Dallas Brooks Hall to support Noel Washington, a CFMEU Victorian construction union official who is facing being sent to jail for refusing to testify to the ABCC.
Views: 271 theunionshow
Mitsubishi official denies apology for forced Korean workers / YTN
 
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An outside director of Japan's Mitsubishi Materials Corporation has dismissed the company making an apology to Koreans forced to work for it during World War Two, citing the workers' legal situation under Japan's colonial rule at the time. Yukio Okamoto told foreign media in Tokyo on Wednesday that the company hopes to apologize to former British, Dutch and Australian World War Two prisoners of war. He added that the firm also hopes to reach an amicable agreement with Chinese forced laborers, following a landmark apology to American POWs earlier this week. When asked about the forced Korean laborers, the former diplomat said he believes their legal situation is different as Korea was colonized by Japan at the time and thus the Koreans were technically Japanese citizens ordered to work under a 1938 general mobilization law. South Korean government figures show an estimated 6,500 Koreans worked for Mitsubishi's affiliates, including over 4,100 for Mitsubishi Mining, the predecessor firm of Mitsubishi Materials. ▶ 기사 원문 : http://www.ytn.co.kr/_pn/1207_201507231014093397 ▶ 제보 안내 : http://goo.gl/gEvsAL, 모바일앱, [email protected], #2424 ▣ YTN 유튜브 채널 구독 : http://goo.gl/Ytb5SZ [ 한국 뉴스 채널 와이티엔 / Korea News Channel YTN ]
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Electrical Comprehension Tests; what to expect, how to pass, sample questions
 
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Get FREE ELECTRICAL Comprehension Tests & Answers » https://mx283-915684.pages.infusionsoft.net Jobs that require an electrical or technical knowledge, will sometimes require you to undertake an Electrical Comprehension test. Electrical Comprehension tests are specifically designed to measure your performance in relation to electrical concepts. You need to engage with, and utilise, your skills and knowledge, and illustrate the key competencies and qualities required for that particular job role. During an electrical assessment, you are most likely to encounter a range of different questions, including: simple circuits, electrical symbols, voltages, resistance, resistors, measurements, signal flow, Ohm's Law, ammeter, diodes, currents etc. Jobs that require you to sit an Electrical Comprehension assessment including the Royal Air Force, Armed Forces, Technical Positions, Electricians, Signal Repairers, Wiremen, Engineers, Electrical Engineering and jobs relating to Physics. For more information, please visit www.how2become.com
Views: 61147 CareerVidz
Why Cities Are Where They Are
 
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Views: 2485637 Wendover Productions
The Coriolis Effect
 
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Why do storms spin in different directions depending on their location—and why do they spin in the first place? Play the Cloud Lab: http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/labs/lab/cloud/ Find discussion questions for this video and other resources in the Cloud Lab collection on PBS LearningMedia: http://www.pbslearningmedia.org/resource/nvcl.sci.earth.coriolis/the-coriolis-effect/
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Raise The Red Eureka
 
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I wrote this song to enter into the Alistair Hulett Memorial Fund 2014 Songs for Social Justice Award (it didn't win). I was inspired to record it today by recent events in Marrickville - where the citizens rallied against the Baird Liberal Governments gerrymandering - and at the failure of the Federal Liberal partisan "Fair Work" Building Commission to be relevant in the current industrial climate. As a manufacturing worker in the building game, I feel a solidarity with the men and women of the CFMEU and their constant fight against the ABCC/FWBC and the companies that support this form of illegal regulation. The idea that a government agency, other than law enforcement, can impose penalties on individuals due to industrial action proves that the Liberals will stop at nothing to divide and conquer Australian citizens. This is a rousing working class Socialist anthem, advocating solidarity and unionism. ### Raise raise the red eureka Fly it high and fly it proud Workers unite across the nation Stand as one and sing it loud. The Internationale unites All who came across the seas We've boundless plains but sovereign borders Are just a Liberal fallacy And God forbid you've read a book And study at university No privilege for the working poor Conservative commodity. 457 FIFO workers None the value and none the worth They fly the destitution airways Shut their mouths and get to work Profiteering and offshoring Killing manufacturing Privatising infrastructure Profit margins quite obscene. Knights and dames on bended knee Delusions of grandeur Military spending spree Geared to kill the poor No!
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NAVY. Making The Seas Safe
 
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Throughout two World Wars and numerous naval engagements, the Royal navy has maintained its place as one of the world's major maritime powers. The Battle of Jutland from the first World War The Channel dash The sinking of the Force Z The hunt for the Bismarck The Battle of the Atlantic
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Dobell poison love bombs.
 
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Both sides of politics are owned by the same financial oligarchy. This being a British run system of international banks based in the City of London. Reference the website of CEC Australia. Or call them directly for a chat on the phone. How is this system working out for you; we the people have seen the greatest mining boom in our countries history; yet we are left in state of increasing poverty. Our mothers are now forced to work full time while our working families are increasingly falling into poverty. We are forced to shut down our industries and accept British run free trade rape and the continual degradation of the quality of the merchandise. Your Govt does not work for you; it works for the international banking oligarchy; who own it lock stock and barrel. Most high level Govt operatives are compromised in some way and are owned by the same system. You can search this all here: COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA - a private corporation registered at the Securities Exchange Commission in Washington DC ABN:122 . And the CEC Aust website. Yes we are under pirate maritime law; not the law of the land. There is and can be no justice; the courts are also owned. Our country was sold out in the 1920s, best you know this. We have all witnessed the continuing destruction of our farms by CSG fracking. The forced acceptance of poisonous GMO foods to feed our families. The rolling continual closing down of our fabulous Murray irrigation food bowl and the destruction of our fishing and timber industries the regulated dominance of all our towns by 2 Govt sponsored food and booze companies. What will it take for people to understand were this is programmed to lead. This is indeed not a natural order . It is Agenda 21 programmed destruction. Now in this clip we look up and witness the destruction of the very air we all breath. We have also been taught to pay a carbon? tax for this very same air we breath with the CO2 scam. We pay our so called carbon tax to an international company: Gore and Blood Co; yes the same Al Gore and his mate Mr Blood who made the fraudulent movie Inconvenient truth; these same vile beasts who pollute our kids minds in our schools against the very beauty of nature. Yes my friend we are all indeed in a world none of us could see coming; a non human world of fascist/corporate rape, while we are held in check by ruthless Govt regulations No one will speak to this in the fascist media. Where is the love?
Views: 74 bullsnutsoz
Yelawolf - Till It’s Gone
 
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iTunes: http://smarturl.it/TillItsgone Sign up for updates: http://smarturl.it/Yelawolf.News Music video by Yelawolf performing Till It’s Gone. (C) 2014 Interscope Records Best of Yelawolf: https://goo.gl/vy7NZQ Subscribe here: https://goo.gl/ynkVDL
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Unions stand with John and Shaun
 
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Luke Hilakari condemns attacks on the CFMEU. Every Australian should be concerned that the Turnbull Liberal Government is using criminal law in industrial relations issues. The Liberals are desperate to get something out of their $80 million failed Royal Commission witch hunt - a taxpayer funded political attack.
Views: 214 CFMEUVIC
Industrial Disputes Security Australia CPA
 
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Industrial Disputes Security Australia CPA is a specialist, dynamic and highly professional security organisation specialising in the maritime, mining, manufacturing, construction and aviation industries.www.cpasecurity.com