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What To Do In Cases of Extreme Temperature

The AEU advises Workplace Health & Safety representatives, Sub-branch Presidents and Principals to work together closely to minimise discomfort and safety risks to students and staff.

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EA Claim: Guaranteed Classroom Temps Between 17 and 30

The best way of addressing the issue of extreme temperatures is through our Enterprise Agreement.

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AEU Policy on Extreme Temperatures

The AEU believes that members have a right to decline to teach in situations where classroom temperatures are lower than 17 degrees Celsius or more than 30 degrees Celsius. The Work Safety Bill 2008 makes it legal to refuse to work on the grounds of a “reasonable belief that the work involves a significant risk to work safety.”

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ETD Schools Preparation Checklist for Extreme High Temperatures

This checklist produced by ETD may assist in planning for extreme high temperatures.

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ETD Expected High Temperature Temporary Closure Checklist

The following checklist has been produced by ETD for cases where temporary school closure is necessary due to extreme high temperatures.

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