Vehicle Manufacturing, Repair, Services and Retail Award 2010 [MA000089]

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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 Vehicle Manufacturing, Repair, Services and Retail Award package. For further information, refer to the award Vehicle Manufacturing, Repair, Services and Retail Award

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Last Updated: 31st January 2019
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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.

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Roadhouse Attendant, Driveway Attendant or Console Operator
The following work types, shift conditions and tags are available under the Vehicle Manufacturing, Repair, Services and Retail Award for Vehicle Industry RS&R employees.

 

Work Types
Work types are a description of the kind of shift employees are working and can be selected when an employee records a time sheet. The following is a list of work types employees can select on their time sheet and a reference guide for each item.

 

Annual Leave Taken
Choose this work type when annual leave was taken.

Call Back - 2nd+ for the day (breakdown, accident or emergency)
Choose this work type when an employee in a garage and/or an employee engaged as the driver of a tow and/or repair vehicle and/or the assistant to such a driver is recalled for a subsequent period after the first call back in the same day outside normal working hours for breakdown, accident or other emergency work.

Call Back (breakdown, accident or emergency)
Choose this work type when an employee in a garage and/or an employee engaged as the driver of a tow and/or repair vehicle and/or the assistant to such a driver is recalled outside normal working hours for breakdown, accident or other emergency work.

Compassionate Leave Taken
Choose this work type when compassionate leave was taken.

Family and Domestic Violence Leave Taken 
Choose this work type when Family and Domestic Violence leave was taken.

Inspecting other employee's work 
Choose this work type when an employee whose work as an inspector is required to inspect.

Leave without Pay Taken
Choose this work type when unpaid leave was taken.

Long Service Leave Taken
Choose this work type when long service leave was taken.

Meal Allowance - overnight travel
Choose this work type when an employee is required to travel and is required to stay away from home overnight and will be paid a meal allowance.

Own Vehicle (km)
Choose this work type where an employer requests an employee to use their own motor vehicle on any day to perform ordinary work away from a location where the employee normally works. The kilometres travelled should be entered into the ‘units’ field ie 1 (one) unit is equivalent to 1 (one) kilometre.

Paid Community Service Leave Taken
Choose this work type when Paid Community leave was taken.

Personal/Carer's Leave Taken
Choose this work type when sick/carers leave was taken.

Public Holiday not Worked
Choose this work type when employee is not required to work on a gazetted public holiday but otherwise would have worked on this day.

Standing by for call
Choose this work type when an employee is required regularly to hold themselves in readiness for a call-back, directed by an employer to hold themselves in readiness to work outside their ordinary working hours.

Time In Lieu Taken
Choose this work type when Time In Lieu leave was taken.

Travelling Time
Choose this work type when an employee is required on any day to travel to perform ordinary work away from a location where the employee normally works.

Working through meal break
Choose this work type when the employee (Driveway or Roadhouse Attendant) is required to work beyond five hours without a meal break or work during a meal break and thereafter.

 

Shift Conditions
Shift Conditions are further detail you can add to a shift where perhaps more than one work condition applies to your shift. Create a new shift each time a shift condition changes. Shift conditions are selected when you edit a timesheet record, or when clocking on using the ClockMeIn Time and Attendance app. The following is a list of Shift Conditions employees can select on their timesheet and a reference guide for each item.

Confined Space
Select this shift condition when an employee is working in a confined space, i.e. a compartment, space or place, the dimensions of which necessitate the employee working in a stooped or otherwise cramped position or without proper ventilation.

Dirty Work
Select this shift condition when an employee is undertaking work which a foreperson and the employee agree is of an unusually dirty or offensive nature.

Driver Handling Money (>$0-$20) 
Select this shift condition when a driver is handling money up to $20.

Driver Handling Money (>$20-$200)
Select this shift condition when a driver is handling money over $20 but not exceeding $200.

Driver Handling Money (>$200-$600)
Select this shift condition when a driver is handling money over $200 but not exceeding $600.

Driver Handling Money (>$600-$1000)
Select this shift condition when a driver is handling money over $600 but not exceeding $1,000.

Driver Handling Money (>$1000)
Select this shift condition when a driver is handling money exceeding $1,000.

Driver or assistant handling garbage
Select this shift condition when an employee employed as a driver on a vehicle handling garbage or the assistant to such a driver.

Drivers using two or more fork-lifts or cranes in a lift
Select this shift condition when an employee is using two or more fork-lifts or cranes are engaged in any one lift.

First Aid Duty 
Select this shift condition when an employee is holding first aid qualifications and appointed by the employer to perform first aid duty.

Handling Glass or Slag Wool
Select this shift condition when an employee is handling loose slag wool, loose insulwool or other loose material of a like nature used for providing insulation against heat, cold or noise. 

Hot Places (>54°C)
Select this shift condition when an employee is working for more than one hour in the shade In places where the temperature exceeds 54 degrees Celsius. 

Hot Places (46-54°C)
Select this shift condition when an employee is working for more than one hour in the shade In places where the temperature is raised by artificial means to between 46 and 54 degrees Celsius.

Leading Hand (3-10 employees) 
Select this shift condition when employee is in charge of 3-10 people for this shift.

Leading Hand (11-20 employees) 
Select this shift condition when employee is in charge of 11-20 people for this shift.

Leading Hand (21+ employees) 
Select this shift condition when employee is in charge of 21 or more people for this shift.

Notice given or meal supplied to work overtime 
Select this shift condition when employee worked overtime and the employer provided a meal.

Usually rostered to work on Sun/PH; no meal 
Select this shift condition when an employee is usually rostered to work on Sunday or a Public Holiday and is working overtime and is not supplied a meal.

Wet Places (required to work in wet clothing and/or boots) 
Select this shift condition when an employee who is not supplied with protective clothing who is required to work in any place where the employee’s boots or clothing become saturated, whether by water, oil or otherwise.

Working on underside of uncleaned livestock transport vehicle
Select this shift condition when an employee working on the underside or the body of the stock compartment of a vehicle which has been regularly used in the carriage of livestock and which has not been cleaned down immediately before service.

Tags
Employee Tags are specific conditions typically related to the employee’s agreement. These are often conditions negotiated and agreed between the employer and the employee, or unique characteristics of the employee’s role which are recurring and ongoing.

Afternoon Shiftworker
Apply tag when employee works on afternoon shifts only.

Alternating Afternoon/Night Shiftworker
Apply tag when employee works afternoon and night shifts.

Alternating Day/Afternoon/Night Shiftworker
Apply tag when employee works alternating day/night shifts, day/afternoon/night shifts, or day/afternoon shift combinations.

Console Operator
Apply tag when employee works as a console operator.

Continuous Shiftworker
Apply tag when employee works on consecutive shifts throughout the 24 hours of each of at least five consecutive days without interruption.

Driver Handling Money (>$0-$20)
Apply tag when employee is a driver and is required to handle money up to $20.

Driver Handling Money (>$20-$200)
Apply tag when employee is a driver and is required to handle money over $20 and up to $200.

Driver Handling Money (>$200-$600)
Apply tag when employee is a driver and is required to handle money over $200 and up to $600.

Driver Handling Money (>$600-$1000)
Apply tag when employee is a driver and is required to handle money over $600 and up to $1000.

Driver Handling Money (>$1000)
Apply tag when employee is a driver and is required to handle money over $1000.

Driveway Attendant
Apply tag when employee works as a driveway attendant.

First Aid Officer
An employee holding first aid qualifications and appointed by the employer to perform first aid duty. Employee must have the First Aid Qualification selected to receive the first aid allowance.

Leading hand - in charge of 3-10 employees
Apply tag when employee is in charge of between 3 and 10 employees.

Leading hand - in charge of 11-20 employees
Apply tag when employee is in charge of between 11 and 20 employees.

Leading hand - in charge of more than 20 employees
Apply tag when employee is in charge of 21+ employees

Night Shiftworker
Apply tag when employee works on night shifts only.

Receives Crib Breaks
Apply tag when employee works in agreement under clause 43.1(a)(ii) and receives crib breaks.

Roadhouse Attendant
Apply tag when employee works in a roadhouse, snack bar, kiosk or restaurant being part of or operated as an integral part of an establishment.

 

Key Updates

 

February 2019

Casual overtime rates for Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays were created and applied to the Casual pay rate templates. Also, the Casual Vehicle Industry RS&R - Roadhouse Attendant, Driveway Attendant or Console Operator rule set was updated to include the casual overtime pay conditions.

 

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