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He will seek to tap into growing discontent when he addresses a no confidence rally outside Parliament House today.
The national secretary of the Australian Workers Union, Paul Howes, warned of more to come.
The hostile environment for Australian steelmakers has forced BlueScope to write down the value of some assets by hundreds of millions of dollars, and to consider abandoning the export side of its business.
He called on the government to ''maximise opportunities'' for Australian manufacturers to win a share of the $14.8 billion the carbon tax will make available for clean technology.
The government says it cannot make companies buy locally but Mr Oliver suggested tax incentives such as accelerated depreciation, which is also supported by the steel industry,
The unions, with the backing of the steel industry and a core group of 20 Labor MPs from manufacturing seats, are pressing for more to be done while the dollar stays high and the mining boom rages.
Industry poised for huge job cuts
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''This is one of the worst periods Australian manufacturing has gone through since the Great Depression.''
The job loss announcement is due today from BlueScope Steel, which will reveal dire annual results. The company has been hinting for weeks that it was about to cut domestic production due to pressures caused by the high Australian dollar and the soaring costs of coking coal and iron ore.
Analysts expect BlueScope to report a loss of about $115 million and for the company to join the calls for government policies to bolster local content.
''The next couple of weeks we are going to see huge numbers of jobs in the manufacturing sector go,'' he said.
Dave Oliver, the national secretary of the Australian Manufacturing Workers Union, echoed the concerns and called for a ''buy Australian'' policy.
The Opposition Leader, Tony Abbott, will use the crisis to press his demand for the government to drop the carbon tax so as not to exacerbate pressures the sector is facing.
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The BlueScope job cuts will follow the 400 announced last week by its rival OneSteel.
AT LEAST 1000 jobs are expected to be cut from the Australian steel sector today, fuelling demands for policies to support manufacturers as unions claim the sector faces its gravest crisis since the Depression.
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''The chronic and scandalous lack of use of Australian content by the resources sector during this resources boom is a significant factor in the pain that Australian manufacturing is feeling at the moment,'' Mr Howes said.
government is in the process of developing additional steps in that regard.''
mining, oil and gas sectors, as little as 10 per cent of steel used in big Australian resources projects was made in Australia, with the rest coming from overseas.
Sources say job losses will be at the Port Kembla steelworks and at BlueScope's plant in Western Port, in outer Melbourne.
were not flowing to other sectors of the economy as they should.
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The federal government, which has been informed of the job losses, will announce an assistance package for the workers to be laid off and some other short term measures.
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