RTBU: a proud history
The RTBU was formed 1 March 1993 through the historic amalgamation of three railway unions and one tram and bus union. These unions have a strong tradition dating back to the nineteenth century. The oldest was the Locomotive Engine Drivers' Association which formed in 1861 in Victoria making the RTBU the oldest rail union in Australia.
RTBU rthealth Fund
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Direct Debit &/Or Credit Card Payment Authority
There is a significant campaign by the RTBU to persuade members to immediately transfer from payroll deduction (PRD) to another payment method for Union subscriptions.
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Maurice Blackburn Lawyers work for members
Maurice Blackburn have a long history of helping our members face legal problems related and unrelated to their employment.
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|RTBU Submission to the BaT Reference Design|
Submitted to the Department of Transport & Main Roads, Queensland, April 2014
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If you work in an industry covered by the Rail Tram and Bus Union, then don't delay, join the Union.
RTBU member benefits include advice on workers compensation, unfair dismissals and other appeal processes, legal advice, Union Shopper, RTBU Health Plan, members' holiday units, Railways Credit Union and much more. Find out.
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The Advocate is the award-winning journal of the Australian Rail Tram and Bus Union Queensland Branch. PDF copies of The Advocate are available for download.
As per the Industrial Relations Act 1999 (Qld)
|Initial Financial Disclosure Statement|
Information for each of the highest paid officers of the organisation for the initial year (2012-13)
|Mid Year Financial Disclosure Statement 2013-14|
Information for each of the highest paid officers of the organisation for the mid year (2013-14)