0018 Jack Johns

General information

Submitterʼs name
Jack Johns
Submitted on behalf of
Individual

About the submission

Please select the industry your submission is in relation to. If required, you may select multiple industries.
Other Services
Do you have a particular regional interest? If required, you may select multiple regions.
National
New South Wales
Northern Territory
Tasmania
Western Australia

Responses

1. Do you consider that occupations need to be added to or removed from the Medium and Long-term Strategic Skills List (MLTSSL)?

No

2. Do you consider that occupations need to be added to or removed from the Short Term Skilled Occupation List (STSOL)?

Added to STSOL

What occupations should be added to the Short Term Skilled Occupation Lists (STSOL)?

451711 Flight Attendant

Please outline the evidence or data that would support these occupations being added to the STSOL.

According to the below report;

http://www.paddleyourownkanoo.com/2018/05/18/cabin-crew-working-on-qanta...

Qantas has already said it plans to launch more direct flights to other European cities, including the French capital, Paris.  Both Boeing and Airbus have even been tasked with creating a long-range aircraft that will one day be able to fly passengers direct from Sydney to London or even New York.

At the moment Cabin Crew Working On Qantas’ Flight From Perth to London Are Suffering Fatigue Because of “Trip Length Trial”

That will lead Qantas Airline to increase the number of flight attendant in order to give more rest to the crew onboard.

I hope you reconsider offering flight attendant occupation for 190 again.

3. Do you consider that occupations need to be added to or removed from the Regional Occupation List (ROL)?

Removed from ROL
Do you have any supporting material for your submission?
Yes (see attachments)

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Last modified on Monday 1 April 2019 [45051|135176]