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There is a wide variety of products around our home or workplace which can be dangerous if not installed or used properly. Each year there are a number of consumer alerts and/or product recalls including sunglasses, car ramps and jacks, hot water bottles, ethanol heaters and decorative burners,...
Product safety for consumers
Infinity electrical cables were recalled due to safety concerns on 27 August 2014. If you had electrical work done during 2012 or 2013 to your house, rental or commercial property it is strongly recommended you contact your electrician and ask if they have used this product in your property. The...
Home safety
Mandarin Translation - Information regarding new tenancy laws in Western Australia effective from July 1st, 2013
Consumer Protection
Information
16 Jul 2014
Burmese Translation - Information regarding new tenancy laws in Western Australia effective from July 1st, 2013
Consumer Protection
Information
16 Jul 2014
Dinka Translation - Information regarding new tenancy laws in Western Australia effective from July 1st, 2013
Consumer Protection
Information
16 Jul 2014
Farsi Translation - Information regarding new tenancy laws in Western Australia effective from July 1st, 2013
Consumer Protection
Information
16 Jul 2014
Malay Translation - Information regarding new tenancy laws in Western Australia effective from July 1st, 2013
Consumer Protection
Information
16 Jul 2014
Swahili Translation - Information regarding new tenancy laws in Western Australia effective from July 1st, 2013
Consumer Protection
Information
08 Jan 2015
IMPORTANT NOTICE TO PROSPECTIVE APPLICANTS UNDER SET 2 AND SET 4 The Building Services (Registration) Regulations 2011 (WA) have been amended, removing the Building Services Board examinations as a qualification pathway for painting practitioner registration. Currently, painting practitioner...
Initial registration
Carry with care, a baby sling campaign developed by Queensland Government, helps parents and carers carry small children in 'slings' safely with a few simple TICKS. T - TIGHT The sling should be tight with your baby positioned high and upright with head support. Any loose fabric may cause your baby...
Product safety for consumers

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