The CFMEU National Construction Division is aware of the risks of Covid-19 (Coronavirus), and it is our absolute priority to keep all our members safe, healthy and employed.
The CFMEU National Construction Division is calling on builders to adhere to the enhanced health and safety and hygiene practices that are necessary to combat the spread of coronavirus, as some uni
State and federal governments need to support local workers to rebuild bushfire affected communities rather than rely on cheap and exploitative backpacker labour, warns the CFMEU.
Action taken against the construction giant Lendlease over the flying of the Eureka flag demonstrates how far this government will go in abandoning democratic principles in pursuit of its rabid ant
The CFMEU National Construction Division is calling for urgent national action on silicosis after revelations that 1-in-5 Queensland stone workers tested positive to the potentially fatal disease.<
Shocking Senate testimony by officials from the ABCC confirms the regulator is not fit for purpose and is failing to police the wage theft, sham contracting and breaches of awards and conditions th
Construction Employment Training and Welfare Limited as Trustee for Creative Safety Initiatives Trust RTO ID 88216 have become the first training provider in Australia to develop and obtain nationa