CPSU members work every day to improve Tasmania’s services, as well as the working lives of those who deliver them.

Because of us our communities and workplaces are safer, our children are cared for and educated, our justice system protects us, our environment is conserved and our state’s infrastructure is managed.

Together we’re standing for stronger public services to make Tasmania a better place for all.

KEEP

IT

OURS.

Cuts have undermined the services that generations of Tasmanians have built.


We’re calling on all political parties to commit to an end to all privatisation, outsourcing, and erosion of public assets for private profit.

Natural Resources and Environment Tasmania (NRET) has been smashed by repeated budget cuts, politicisation and ministerial interference over decades.

It’s up to us to turn things around.

01.

Talk to your delegate

02.

Ask your workmates to join

03.

Share your story

Recruitment and retention of Public Sector workers is a key issue facing the Tasmanian State Service. CPSU Members are working to deliver major change across the public sector. Jobs that provide employees with security and one that pays you for the skills, knowledge and experience you bring to work.

Every worker has the right to a safe workplace. But every year hundreds of workers are killed at work, and many more workers are injured or harmed.

Work Shouldn’t Hurt is a nationwide campaign to make workplaces safer and save workers lives.

Public sector workers deserve certainty that they will be paid for any roles undertaken when called into action or asked to go above and beyond for Tasmanians.

Together we are working to improve your working lives and the respect and recognition for the important role you play in keeping Tasmanians safe.

Respect the risk

Tasmania’s prisons are at breaking point.

For years facilities have been chronically overcrowded, putting the risk onto Correctional Officers instead of investing in the facilities our state needs.

Respect the Risk is a campaign to recognise and protect the rights of all Correctional Officers by advocating for a better recognition by the State Government of the serious risks faced by Tasmania’s Correctional Officers.

 

Public sector workers deserve certainty that they will be paid for any roles undertaken when called into action or asked to go above and beyond for Tasmanians.

Together we are working to improve your working lives and the respect and recognition for the important role you play in keeping Tasmanians safe.