Sunday, 27 March 2016

Victorian Meeting This Wednesday

Victorian Prison Officers meeting this week is sure to set the tone for the immediate future of negotiations in Victoria for Workers First and APOA members.

Send your issues to and we will put them on the agenda for discussion this week. | 07 3807 3807 |

#workersfirst #apoa #joinworkersfirst #joinapoa #prisonofficers #victorianprisonofficers #australianprisonofficersassociation

Friday, 25 March 2016

Victorian Prison Officers Getting Organised

Workers First and APOA are in Melbourne again this Wednesday, we are meeting with Prison Officers and workers enjoying the benefits of our representation. 

To arrange a confidential meeting with us in Melbourne this week, email or call 0738073807.

#joinapoa #prisonofficers #victorianprisonofficers #workersfirst #joinworkersfirst #gethelpatworkersfirst | 0738073807 | 

Monday, 21 March 2016

Victorian Prison Officers Leading the Way Forward

An exponential growth in Victoria amongst Prison Officers is proving that the Workers First and APOA membership concept, which was designed specifically for workers to take advantage of the services we offer, is proving to be a winner in the southern states of Australia's east coast and it olblynlooks like getting bigger.

To find out more about membership, email

Saturday, 19 March 2016

we face what you fear, every day

#prisonofficers #joinapoa #workersfirst #joinworkersfirst # wefacewhatyoufear

Thursday, 3 March 2016

Join the APOA FREE

Join the Australian Prison Officers Association. It's FREE. #apoa #joinapoa #workersfirst 

Wednesday, 2 March 2016

Townsville Prison Officers Getting a Visit

18 March 2016 Workers First Director Brian Newman will be in Townsville meeting with Prison Officers and fielding concerns about current issues within the Prison.

If you need a confidential meeting with Brian during this visit, email or call us on 0738073807.

Join today for just $2 a day and enjoy the peace of mind that you'll have the Workers First Ultimate Membership.

Tuesday, 1 March 2016

They're Not All Together Serious Are They?

So once again, the minority benefit because why? 

Because they just don't care enough about Corrective Services Officers. 

You're the minority to them and I don't mean the minority that benefitted in this negotiation.

You're a very small part of a huge machine that does NOT specialise in Corrective Services matters. 

They let delegates do the heavy lifting whilst they sit on their asses and do nothing. 

What a disgraceful situation and what an all together crappy performance. 

Recently, members of this so called Union have complained to us about the poor responses and offers of "templates" for show cause responses and investigations when they contacted this mob for help as long standing financial members.

Is that what you'd expect when you're under the microscope and your jobs in jeopardy? 

Give yourself a pay rise and quit this mob. 

Join the Australian Prison Officers Association, it's FREE.

At least we care enough to keep our gloves up and keep showing up for you.

You be the judge. It's your job, your career and your family that relies on you. 

Surely they can do better... can't they? After all they're a "Union".