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The inquiry into and report on emergency services agencies will be considering the policy response to bullying, harassment and discrimination in certain emergency service agencies.

parliament.nsw.gov.au/emergencyservices

Radio 2UUU morning host, Barry Mac talks to the Hon. Robert Borsak MLC (Shooters Fishers and Farmers Party) about the inquiry into and report on emergency services agencies.

Interview date: Thursday 1st June 2017 at 9.30am.

 

Please speak up, write your own submission to help stop the rot.

Please contact the VFFA if you need help with your submission and we will try to get someone to assist you.

Please don’t remain silent, we have been assured that a range of protective measures can be applied if you are worried about retribution.

Submissions close on the 23rd July 2017

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