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In the first-ever prosecution of its kind, Qantas has been hit with criminal charges for targeting and standing down HSR Theo Seremetidis at the start of the pandemic.
This is a big case for every worker in Australia.
We must all get behind Theo for bravely standing up to Australia’s worst corporate bully, Qantas.
Why this case is so important
If the safety regulator’s prosecution of Qantas is successful, it will affect workplace health and safety across Australia – no employer has the right to discriminate against an HSR or discipline them for exercising their functions under the WHS Act.
HSRs exercising their powers and functions are a crucial part of maintaining a safe workplace. Trained HSRs have the right to:
By standing down Theo, Qantas has again shown its utter disregard for workers’ safety and their legal rights.
Transport workers are fighting for a fairer, safer industry. Join them today and secure your future.