Equity industrial updates

Current workplace updates for campaigns, bargaining and other industrial issues


To access current versions of industrial agreements, insurance forms, and other documents go to the Resources section of this website and choose the Entertainment Crew & Sport folder.

Stunt performers

The Equity Stunt Grading Procedure is the only recognised professional grading process for stunt performers and safety supervisors in Australia, and one of only five recognised systems in the world. An Equity Stunt Grading Certificate is considered clear evidence that you can be trusted to work safely as a stunt professional on set. A national meeting will be held on Wednesday, May 2 (6pm-8pm AEST) to discuss important changes to the grading process. All members of the stunt community are encouraged to attend.

NSW: MEAA Federal Office 245 Chalmers Street, Redfern.
VIC: MEAA Victorian Office, Level, 3 365 Queen Street, Melbourne.
QLD: MEAA Upper Coomera Community Centre, 90 Reserve Road, Upper Coomera.

If anyone in other states or territories wants to join the meetings please contact Nikau Irvine nikau.irvine@meaa.org (Posted: Friday, April 20)

 

Stunt performers

Actors who bring the magic of movies to life at the Village Road Show Theme Parks in Queensland (inc. Warner Bros Movie World) are covered by a MEAA collective agreement that will soon expire. Negotiations for the new agreement will begin after the Commonwealth Games. Now is your chance to tell us what changes you want in the new agreement, including a pay rise. Complete the survey here. Inquiries to melissa.webster@meaa.org(Posted: March 20)