Finsec looking after members’ health and safety at work

Former Westpac worker and Finsec member Stephanie Connell  was in the media earlier this week with her story about how exposure to excessive dust and chemicals from cash handling caused her illness so sever that she lost her job at the bank and is now on a sickness benefit.

The case is a timely reminder about one of the key benefits of Finsec membership – the support we give workers when they get injured at work.

Finsec’s legal organisers regularly support union members, including Stephanie, who get injured or sick at work and help them to navigate their way through the complex ACC system. By being a Finsec member you are not on your own when it comes to workplace injury.  We are here to help and do help members all the time.

So if you get injured at work and need support get in contact with your union!

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