Companies forced to fly unions to rigs

FROM January 1 oil companies will be forced to fly union officials out to their offshore installations if they request it, thanks to an amendment to the Fair Work Australia Act pushed through on federal Parliament's last sitting day.

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Given a Puma flight out to the Bass Strait installations from Victoria costs about $30,000, it is not going to be a cheap exercise.

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