HACSU - Tasmania's Largest and Strongest Union

The Health and Community Services Union – or HACSU for short – represents workers in public and private hospitals, paramedic workers, the aged care sector, disability care sector, and community services across Tasmania.

Over 10,500 members are a part of HACSU, working together to fight for improved wages and conditions, safer workplaces, and more secure working rights.

Are you working in the health industry and aren’t a member yet? Click here to find out more about joining a strong movement that is helping to improve working conditions for thousands of Tasmanian workers.

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Medical Imaging workers to strike amidst record low staffing levels

Posted on 18/06/2024

Workers are protesting the government’s inaction on implementing a market allowance.

Child safety RICC – here’s the latest

Posted on 17/06/2024

We met again for your southern CSS Regional Industrial Consultative Committee (RICC).

HACSU slams The District Nurses go slow tactics

Posted on 17/06/2024

We are demanding fortnightly bargaining meetings from now on.

Ambulance update – what needs to happen for the government to act?

Posted on 15/06/2024

Here's the latest update for Ambulance members.

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