Electrical, Electronic and Communications Contracting Award 2010 (MA000025)

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This article provides guidelines about when to use the different work types and tags that are included as part of the pre-built Electrical, Electrnic and Communications Contracting award package. For further information about the Electrical, Electronic and Communications Contracting Award, refer to:

http://awardviewer.fwo.gov.au/award/show/MA000025

Installing and Configuring the Pre-Built Award Package

For details on how to install and configure this Pre-built Award Template, please review the detailed help article here.

Special notes on this award

  • All purpose allowances - any all purpose allowances have been designed in this award to show separately on the pay slips. While there is an exhaustive list, we have chosen this method for improved transparency and audit quality of the final pay slips. All purpose allowances can be triggered on or off by employee tag, with the exception of the Electrical Line Distribution and Tree Clearing Allowance which is triggered by work type.
  • Special allowances - These have been ranked from lowest (1) to highest (12) in order to assist the employee in selecting the most appropriate allowance
  • All other allowances will need to be recorded by adding a timesheet line and inputting a number of units corresponding to these work types.

Work types

Additional meals not included in fares/accommodation (1 unit = 1 meal)
 
Use this work type when you have worked away from home (overnight). 1 unit represents a meal which is not otherwise included in the cost of travel and accommodation.

Annual Leave taken
 
Use this work type where you have taken annual leave. Enter the hours you would have worked had you not been on leave.

Available for duty
 
Use this work type if you are not at work but have been scheduled as available to work.

Call back
 
This work type should be selected when an employee has been recalled to work for any reason before or after completing their normal roster or on a day which they did not work.

Community Service Leave taken
 
Choose this work type when community service leave was taken

Compassionate Leave taken
 
Choose this work type when compassionate leave is taken

Electrical distribution line maintenance and tree clearing
 
This work type is chosen when engaged in line maintenance or tree clearing and will apply an all purpose allowance for each hour worked.

Hours worked
 
Choose this work type for normal shifts where nothing else listed here is applicable.

Kilometres travelled (1 unit = 1km)
 
Choose this work type and fill out the units field as kilometres travelled.

Leave without pay
 
Use this work type if you have taken time off without an available leave balance

Living away from home (1 unit = 1 week)
 
This work type will pay a weekly allowance to the employee where they have worked away from home for the week.

Long Service Leave taken
 
Use this work type where long-service leave was taken

Personal/Carer's Leave taken
 
Use this work type where personal / carers leave was taken

Public holiday (day off)
 
Use this holiday where you are a permanent employee and did not work on a public holiday. Enter the hours you would have normally worked had the day not been a public holiday.

RDO Leave taken
 
Use this work type where the employee has had a rostered day off.

Single call-out
 
Use this work type if you are available for duty and have only been called out once. Do not use this if you are called out multiple times. In this case use hours worked.

Special allowance 1 - Multistorey allowance - 0-15 floors
 
Use this work type if you were working on a building site where the building was up to 15 floors.
 
Special allowance 2 - Multistorey allowance - 16-30 floors
 
Use this work type if you were working on a building site where the building was 16-30 floors.

Special allowance 2 - Towers allowance -15-30 metres
 
Use this work type if you are an employee working on a chimney stack,spire,tower radio or television mast or tower,air shaft (other than above ground in a multistorey building), lift shaft,service shaft,cooling tower or silo,where the construction is between 15-30 metres in height.

Special allowance 3 - Multistorey allowance - 31-45 floors
 
Use this work type if you were working on a building site where the building was 31-45 floors.

Special allowance 4 - Service cores more than 15 metres above the main structure of a multistorey building of 0-15 floors
 
Use this work type if you are an employee working on a service core at more than 15 metres above the highest point of the main structure and the main structure is up to 15 floors high.

Special allowance 5 - Multistorey allowance - 46-60 floors
 
Use this work type if you were working on a building site where the building was 46-60 floors.

Special allowance 6 - Service cores more than 15 metres above the main structure of a multistorey building of 16-30 floors
 
Use this work type if you are an employee working on a service core at more than 15 metres above the highest point of the main structure and the main structure is 16-30 floors high.

Special allowance 6 - Towers allowance - 30-45 metres
 
Use this work type if you are an employee working on a chimney stack,spire,tower radio or television mast or tower,air shaft (other than above ground in a multistorey building), lift shaft,service shaft,cooling tower or silo,where the construction is between 30-45 metres in height.

Special allowance 7 - Multistorey allowance - more than 60 floors
 
Use this work type if you were working on a building site where the building was more than 60 floors.

Special allowance 8 - Service cores more than 15 metres above the main structure of a multistorey building of 31-45 floors
 
Use this work type if you are an employee working on a service core at more than 15 metres above the highest point of the main structure and the main structure is 31-45 floors high.

Special allowance 9 - Service cores more than 15 metres above the main structure of a multistorey building of - 46-60 floors
 
Use this work type if you are an employee working on a service core at more than 15 metres above the highest point of the main structure and the main structure is 46-60 floors high.
 
Special allowance 10 - Towers allowance - 45-60 metres
 
Use this work type if you are an employee working on a chimney stack,spire,tower radio or television mast or tower,air shaft (other than above ground in a multistorey building), lift shaft,service shaft,cooling tower or silo,where the construction is between 45-60 metres in height.

Special allowance 11 - Service cores more than 15 metres above the main structure of a multistorey building of - more than 60 floors
 
Use this work type if you are an employee working on a service core at more than 15 metres above the highest point of the main structure and the main structure is 60 floors or more high.

Special allowance 12 - Towers allowance - higher than 60 metres
 
Use this work type if you are an employee working on a chimney stack,spire,tower radio or television mast or tower,air shaft (other than above ground in a multistorey building), lift shaft,service shaft,cooling tower or silo,where the construction is above 60 metres in height.
 
Start/finish on job site allowance - over 50 km from depot - own transport (1 unit = 1 day)
 
Use this allowance if you started or finished onsite over 50km from the registered depot and your employer did not offer transport.

Start/finish on job site allowance - over 50 km from depot - transport provided (1 unit = 1 day)
 
Use this allowance if you started or finished onsite over 50km from the registered depot and your employer offered transport.

Start/finish on job site allowance - up to 50 km from depot - own transport (1 unit = 1 day)
 
Use this allowance if you started or finished onsite up to 50km from the registered depot and your employer did not offer transport.

Start/finish on job site allowance - up to 50 km from depot - transport provided (1 unit = 1 day)
 
Use this allowance if you started or finished onsite over 50km from the registered depot and your employer offered transport.

TIL Leave taken
 
Use this work type if you have taken time off in lieu
 
Unrelieved shiftworker
 
Use this work type if you are a shiftwork employee and you have needed to work additional time on your rostered day off befpre being relieved by a replacement employee.
 
Work on a roster day off
 
Use this work type if you are called to work on your usual roster day off.
 
Working through a break
 
Use this work type if you've worked through a break from the start of when you should have had a break to when you took a break.
 
Tags
 
RDO
 
Assign this tag if the employee will accumulate 24 minutes of each shift to RDO to accumulate 7.6 hours after 19 shifts
 
Permanent Night Shift
 
Assign this tag if the employee has been on night shift permanently for more than 4 weeks work.
 
Electrician's licence
 
Assign this tag if the employee is required to hold and use an electrical licence to perform their duties.
 
Required to order materials
 
Assign this tag if the employee is in the building and construction industry and left in charge of a job which is of a duration of one week or more,and is required to order materials for a job on which two employees (including the person receiving the extra payment) are engaged.
 
Act as nominee for electrical contractor
 
Assign this tag to an electrical mechanic who holds the relevant State electrical licence and acts as a nominee for an electrical contractor
 
Agreed 12 hour shift duration
 
Assign this tag if it is agreed that one shift per week can have a 12 hour duration.
 
Tool allowance
 
Assign this tag if the employee is required to provide their own tools
 
First aid allowance
 
Assign this tag if the employee has an appropriate first aid qualification and will be the designated ongoing first aid officer during every shift they are rostered to work.
 
In charge of 3-10 employees
 
Assign this take if you are assigned leading hand in charge of 3-10 employees. If you are in charge of someone with a higher classification than yours, use the higher classification setting instead.
 
In charge of 11-20 employees
 
Assign this take if you are assigned leading hand in charge of 11-20 employees. If you are in charge of someone with a higher classification than yours, use the higher classification setting instead.
 
In charge of more than 20 employees
 
Assign this take if you are assigned leading hand in charge of more than 20 employees. If you are in charge of someone with a higher classification than yours, use the higher classification setting instead.
 
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