Rules, management and governance

Here's how HACSU is governed

HACSU Tasmania is overseen by a Committee of Management, who are HACSU Members elected by the union membership every four years.

The HACSU Committee of Management is the body responsible overall for the management and control of the affairs of the union. The roles and function of the management committee are determined by the rules of the union.

All members of the management committee are elected by the HACSU membership every four years. It consists of seven union officers and eight ordinary members of the Branch Committee.

The seven officers of the union on the management committee are the President, Secretary, Assistant Secretary, Senior Vice-President, Junior Vice-President and two Trustees.

The Committee of Management meets at least five times a year.

From time to time it establishes sub-committees around specific projects or issues.

HACSU members on the Executive Committee of the management committee meet every month to examine in detail the financial accounts of the union and to scrutinise every item of expenditure made during the month to ensure members’ funds are spent in members’ best interests. The Executive Committee consists of members like you, who work in the industry and who are committed to ensuring HACSU remains a well-run and accountable union.

The overall management committee also scrutinises, reviews and approves expenditure.



4 Oct 2022: HACSU members can view the HSU post-election report E2022/34 here

Our Committee of Management for the 2022-2026 term:


Robbie Moore   |   State Secretary
Elected HACSU official

Tammy Munro   |   Assistant State Secretary
Elected HACSU official

Judy Richmond   |    President
Works at Mersey Community Hospital

Chris Webb   |   Senior Vice-President
Works at HACSU

Christine Hansson   |   Junior Vice-President
Works at Hobart Private Hospital

Leigh Gorringe   |   Trustee
Works at Oral Health Services

Peter Moore   |   Trustee
Works at Disability Services North West

Andrew Challis
Works at North West Private Hospital

Marlene McHenry
Works at Beaconsfield District Health

Melissa Bibe
Works at Launceston General Hospital

Carolyn Shearer
Works at Oak Possability Tasmania

Dave Thomas
Works at Ambulance Tasmania (North)

Kristy Youd
Works at Masonic Care Launceston

Tanya Clifford
Works at the Royal Hobart Hospital

Lauren Vanier
Works at Royal Hobart Hospital - Pharmacist


Click here to see our 2022 election notice / call for nominations 
You can download the HACSU 2022-2023 Financial Statements here .

You can download the HACSU 2022-2023 Officer and Related Party Disclosure Statement here
HACSU is a Union affiliate of Unions Tasmania. Unions Tasmania is the peak body for the union movement in Tasmania, representing over fifty thousand members of affiliate unions. 

HACSU is governed by a set of national rules for the Health Services Union. These rules apply to all branches of the union in Australia. The rules are registered with Fair Work Commission and can only be changed by the National Council of the union. The rules cover matters such as defining areas of membership coverage, responsibilities of office bearers, and the objectives of the union. The role and function of various union bodies such as National Council, National Executive and Branch Committee of Management are also spelled out in the rules. The rules also determine how and when elections are held for all the officers and officials of the union. 

You can read our rules on the Fair Work Commission website.



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Direct Debit Service Agreement

Member Charter



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Financial Management

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Document Management

Cashing out Long Service Leave

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