Health Infrastructure: Proposed changes to the Asset Management program

The HSU has received correspondence from Health Infrastructure about significant changes to the Asset Management program.

According to Health Infrastructure, the Asset Management Executive Steering Committee (AMESC) has made the decision to reduce funding to the program, and to transfer funding and responsibility for the program to the Ministry of Health and Local Health Districts/Specialty Networks.

The reason given for the changes is to meet savings targets set by NSW Health following a push from the Government to bring the State budget back into surplus.

You can view the correspondence at the below link:

What do you think?

It’s important for union members to lead this discussion. How will this affect you? Please send your feedback on this proposal to [E-Mail not displayed] by Tuesday 2 April using the subject line Health Infrastructure Asset Management Funding.

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Everyone affected by these changes needs to be a union member. Members deserve to have control over their working lives. Tell your colleagues now is the time to join.

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