The Master Plumbers Association of Tasmania Inc. (MPAT) is a registered organisation of employers under the Industrial Relations Act 1984 and an Incorporated Association under the Associations Incorporations Act 1964.
The Association is governed by its Board as elected under its Constitution.
Member Meetings 2017
Thursday 23 February 2017 - 1pm to 3pm: Executive Meeting (GoTo)
Thursday 20 April 2017 - Launceston: TasGas Board Room, 5 Kiln Court: 1pm to 3pm: Executive Meeting and 3pm to 4pm: General Members Meeting
Thursday 29 June 2017 - Hobart: MPAT House, 1/237 Main Road, Derwent Park: 1pm to 3pm: Executive Meeting and 3pm to 4pm: General Members Meeting
Thursday 27 July 2017 - Devonport: Work & Training, 36 Oldaker Street: 1pm to 3pm: Executive Meeting and 3pm to 4pm: General Members Meeting
Thursday 28 September 2017 - Hobart: MPAT House, 1/237 Main Road, Derwent Park: 1pm to 3pm: Executive Meeting and 3pm to 4pm: Annual General Meeting
Thursday 23 November 2017 - Launceston: TasGas Board Room, 5 Kiln Court: 1pm to 3pm: Executive Meeting and 3pm to 4pm: General Members Meeting
Executive and Board Members 2016/17
President: Michael Overeem, Overeem Gas & Plumbing
Vice President: Anthony Balik, Twentieth Century Plumbing
Treasurer: Kaylee Coppleman, Skyline Roofing and Sheetmetal Pty Ltd
Cath McDowell, Howrah Plumbing
Robert Pearshouse, Rosetta Plumbing
Secretary: Angela Ayling, Executive Officer
Business Manager: Janette Price
The Board is responsible for the application of the Constitution and its Objects, those being:
- act as the peak industry body for the promotion training and advocacy ofcontractors in the plumbing industry;
- enable members to operate within the plumbing industry at the highesttechnical and ethical level;
- further the interests and protect the interests of its members;
- act as an organisation of contractors in respect to the plumbing industryunder the laws of Australia or any of its States or territories;
- act as an organisation for employers in respect to contractors in theplumbing industry and in that regard initiate, defend or bring any industrialdispute or claim relating to industrial matters before the appropriateforum including the Fair Work Commission, boards, regulators and other appropriate courts, tribunals, committees and conferences;
- make agreements with members, employees and/or their representatives,organisations, associations or unions in respect to wages and conditions of employment;
- to provide all current information relevant to awards, conditions and otherindustrial matters relevant to Associations members in respect to their employees; and
- to consult, advise, lob by or enter into arrangements with governmentagencies, regulators, training authorities and providers for any of the objects or purposes of the Association.
The Association draw’s its membership from all plumbing trades including general plumbing, roof plumbing and gasfitting etc.