Union membership gives you the knowledge and collective power to win positive outcomes at work.
The HSUWA is a specialised health union dedicated to organise and campaign for better pay, conditions and careers for our members. We are a leading progressive voice in health policy in Western Australia and part of the national health services union, representing more than 100,000 health workers in Australia.
You are eligible to join the HSUWA if you are a health professional, administrator or clerical worker, health technician or Allied Health Worker, or a supervisor or manager who works in a public or private hospital or health service, pathology, radiology, aged care, disability services, community pharmacy or dental practice. For more information please see here.
By joining your union, you will benefit from the collective strength of thousands of union members.
View membership contributions here (don't forget they are tax-deductible!).
HSUWA Direct Debit Service Agreement
By making this Direct Debit request, you have authorised the HSUWA to arrange for funds to be debited from your account to cover your Union Dues.
Membership subscriptions are reviewed annually and the Union will adjust deductions as rates are altered.
Deductions will commence on the next office Direct Debit run after the request is received by the Union.
Where a payment is dishonoured due to insufficient funds, your Bank/Financial Institution may charge your account. Make sure you read and understand the form before you sign.
Payments are deducted from your account fortnightly. Remember Direct Debit is like a cheque, you must have sufficient funds in your account on the nominated day of payment.
Direct Debiting does not allow the Union access to your account. Your bank guarantees security of your accounts. If you change your Bank or Account, make sure you notify the Union, as a new authority form will be required.
If you wish to cancel the Direct Debit payment, you must do so in writing to the Union. Deductions will continue to be made until your written cancellation is received.
If you become unemployed or retire, make sure you notify the Union as soon as possible.
This must be done in writing. Deductions will not stop until you notify the Union in writing and cancel your authority.×