Most of the company agreements negotiated by AIMPE are only for engineers. This is the result of AimPE`s policy of negotiating separate agreements. Separate agreements mean that only engineers can vote on the conditions that apply to engineers. This page is being reviewed and is being updated The company agreements that AIMPE has negotiated with maritime employers are listed below. The majority of AIMPE members have defined their terms and conditions of employment through a company agreement (see above), but the EEa are supported by a series of modern prices. When an application for EA authorization is submitted, it is subject to the “Better Off Over” test – known as BOOT. The Fair Work Commission applies the BOOT test to each proposed EA. If the staff is not generally better off, the proposed EA should not be approved. Ports Harbours and Enclosed Water Vessels Award 2010 In general, IAM MEMBERS covered by an EA never have to attend one of the Modern Awards. However, employees who are not covered by an EA may be required to refer to the terms of the bonus. These awards set the legal minimum wage and conditions applicable to all maritime workers in the six listed sectors of the maritime industry: the AIMPE represents naval engineers employed by a large number of employers throughout Australia. One of the most important tasks of the AIMPE is to assist members, as negotiators, in negotiating company agreements.
To the extent possible, the IAMP official responsible for a company/sector will be supported by the delegate(s) during the negotiation process. . . .