Monthly Archives: July 2016

Trade Agreement

Electrical Trade Union of Free Trade Agreement with the Government of New Deal

Runs the risk of creating “a significant hazard in the workplace, not just only for electricity, but the power of all users.” Fire Chief Executive Protection Association (FPA), Scott Williams, also said that the organization is very concerned about the loss of key terms, and are worried that cheap Chinese work, flooded with unqualified workers, they can cause serious effects on the security of Australia. Mr Williams said that “there is an attempt to disperse, dilute, or really stupid skill down, we can see only that which causes the result will be increased in the event of a fire in Australia.” Arguably, the use of the work is detrimental not only to the people in Australia, but also increases the likelihood that vulnerable workers will benefit from a more open trade policy. read more »