St John Ambulance staff across New Zealand are taking action to highlight the risks posed to themselves and the public from the current state of the Ambulance service. Sign the open letter to St John CEO Peter Bradley to show your support.8,966 signatures
To Peter Bradley,
Assaults on single-crewed ambulance staff, prolonged work-periods without rest breaks, and patient welfare put at risk are now common occurrences in the service. With adequate staff and funding these issues are easily resolved.
Please do the right thing by your staff and the people they care for and ensure:
Ambulances are fully crewed with skilled staff so that patients get the best care possible and Ambulance Professionals are safe in vulnerable situations.
Ambulance Professionals get rest and meal breaks to ensure that they are fit to make the right decisions on the job to save lives.
Ambulance Professionals are fairly rewarded for the service they provide.
We stand in support of Ambulance Professionals in their fight for fair work conditions.
123 years since women got the vote, the Government has finally agreed to adopt equal pay principles. That's step one down, now there's two more to go.
We're sending a message to Parliament to support equal pay.
Will you add your name to it?3,928 signatures
To the Female MPs of New Zealand
On the 19th of September you received a white flower in celebration of Suffrage Day. 123 years on from the enfranchisement of women in Aotearoa, it's time to really tackle the suffrage movement's next big issue - Equal Pay.
And doing that is easy as 1, 2, 3:
- Implement the agreed Equal Pay Principles
- Settle the equal pay claim brought by Kristine Bartlett on behalf of all caregivers
- Allocate funding so that equal pay claims can be settled.
I want you to know I'm right beside you taking those next steps.