ATTENTION: Transport Drivers
Post is now rolling out the revised version of the Fitness for Duty Declaration (FFDD).
Drivers previously signed off on the “Australia Post Transport Drivers Daily Health Declaration”. This is an updated version due to changes in legislation.
Post’s original FFDD contained several points that were not relevant to what transport laws require. Some points were repeated such as having a valid drivers license and complying with “Our Ethics” policy.
Drivers now only sign a document that is relevant to what they are responsible for by law and relevant driving duties.
To sign an open ended declaration without any key points being identified to what a driver is declaring would be irresponsible.
The union is here to protect driver’s rights and safety.