||AUSA represents the majority of Aviation workers in South Africa with advice, representation and assistance
in the work place, and in legal matters.
AUSA HOME - Who are we?
The Aviation Union of Southern Africa is a registered trade Union in terms of the Labour Relations Act (Act 66 of 1996).
The value of the benefit for being a member of the Aviation Union of Southern Africa ultimately accrues to its expertise representation elected from amongst the membership.
Therefore the membership has a direct voice within the Management, maintenance and governance of the Union’s well being.
As at March 2004, membership totalled some 2200 members, and it is wishing to increase that figure substantially, since it is AUSA’s intention to recruit membership from around the Aviation Industry, Locally and Internationally.
The administration of the Union is done by employed personnel, and elected Executive Council Office Bearers. The administration is governed by the Union’s Constitution laid out in terms of Law firstly and secondly by the substance of this document.
Purpose of the Union
The Aviation Union of Southern Africa is striving to be the single most skilful, professional, representative, TRADE UNION in the Aviation Labour Market.
The Aviation Union of Southern Africa believes in the following three principles for its success:-
• “Total Commitment” to both the RECRUITMENT and “PROVIDING A SERVICE” to members is of paramount importance.
• Ever constant commitment and dedication is required to further the six fundamental Trade Union rights.
- The right to work
- The right to Associate
- The right to Collective Bargaining
- The right to Withhold Labour
- The right to Protection
- The right to Develop
Stakeholders and Role-Players
The Stakeholders and role players that are relevant for the AUSA are:
||All persons eligible for membership within the parameters of the Union’s constitution.
||The Company’s which falls within the parameters of the Union’s Constitution of whom its employee’s may apply and be accepted to be represented.
|Department of Labour
||The department as appointed in terms of the Labour Relations Act.
|Executive Council Officers
||The Executive Council Office Bearers elected from the members as per the Union’s constitution.
Employees employed by Exco to assist in the management and the running of the Union Head Office as defined in the Union’s Constitution as well as their terms and Conditions of Employment.
Include but not limited to:
- Investment managers
- Insurance Brokers
- Information Technical Supplier