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A guide to the correct procedures to dispose of uncollected goods. Though this guide to the disposal of uncollected goods was developed in partnership with the MTA, it is not just for the motor vehicle industry and it is applicable for the disposal of any type of product left with a business.
Consumer Protection
Guide / handbook
09 Nov 2017
A breakdown of the number and general location of buildings identified as being within the scope of the Western Australian state-wide cladding audit.
Building Commission
Reports
09 Nov 2017
The information in this document is provided as a guide for village managers and residents. The dispute resolution process is outlined in Division 6 of the Fair Trading (Retirement Villages Code)...
Consumer Protection
Guide / handbook
09 Nov 2017
What do I need to complete a request To request a copy or an extract of the register, you must: complete the application form pay the correct fee The information you are seeking may be available via...
Consumer Protection
Form – application
07 Nov 2017
Refunds and returns sign sample We are not required to provide a refund or replacement if you change your mind. But you can choose a refund or exchange if an item has a major problem. This is when...
Consumer Protection
Flyers
07 Nov 2017
The Coverage of the State industrial relations system information paper provides background information for the Ministerial Review of the State Industrial Relations System. Detail about the...
Labour Relations
Fact sheet
07 Nov 2017
This industry bulletin provides information on the minimum standard of documentation for timber framed roof construction for domestic single and double storey dwellings, particularly for sites...
Building Commission
Bulletin
07 Nov 2017
To be used within 30 days of receipt of the written notice of a decision.
Corporate
Form – application
06 Nov 2017
Are you planning to raise money to: assist in disaster relief efforts; or help someone in need in your community? Any person wishing to fundraise or seek donations from the public for a charitable...
Consumer Protection
Fact sheet
03 Nov 2017
The Charitable Collections Act 1946 gives a licensed organisation the right to grant authority to another group to collect money and goods under their licence. Organisations must have a licence to...
Consumer Protection
Fact sheet
03 Nov 2017
Organisations licensed under the Charitable Collections Act 1946 are entitled to visit a house to collect money or sell goods for a charitable purpose. All appeals must be authorised by the governing...
Consumer Protection
Information
03 Nov 2017
Organisations wishing to collect money or goods from the public for charity may need to be licensed. Organisations wanting to conduct a street collection must have a permit. Charitable Collections...
Consumer Protection
Fact sheet
03 Nov 2017
The approved activities listed in this document are for participants to attend in order to complete the required seven compulsory professional development (CPD) points of elective activity per...
Consumer Protection
Information
03 Nov 2017
1 November 2017 With only two months remaining for the 2017 calendar year Consumer Protection reminds you to check your Compulsory Professional Development (CPD) points tally. If you have not...
Consumer Protection
Bulletin
03 Nov 2017
1 November 2017 With only two months remaining for the 2017 calendar year Consumer Protection reminds you to check your Compulsory Professional Development (CPD) points tally. If you have not...
Consumer Protection
Bulletin
03 Nov 2017
You are entitled to expect safe goods and services From 1 January 2011, every Australian consumer will be protected in the same way under the Australian Consumer Law from unsafe consumer products and...
Consumer Protection
Fact sheet
02 Nov 2017
Know your rights when you go shopping From 1 January 2011, all Australian shoppers will have the same rights under the Australian Consumer Law. By knowing your rights you can make informed choices...
Consumer Protection
Fact sheet
02 Nov 2017
Know your rights when you shop at home. From 1 January 2011, all Australian consumers will have the same rights under the Australian Consumer Law, whether they shop at home, on the phone or online...
Consumer Protection
Fact sheet
02 Nov 2017
If there is bullying or conflict at your workplace, use the following four step process. Remember support is always available eg talk to a friend, your doctor or an counseller, or an advocate. Step 1...
WorkSafe
Information
01 Nov 2017
30 October 2017 A recent coronial inquest was held into the death of a 22 month old boy, who tragically died at the family’s Yokine home in October 2013. Forensic pathologists found that the boy had...
Consumer Protection
Bulletin
31 Oct 2017
10 October 2017 What would you do if a tenant leaves goods at your rental property after their tenancy had ended? If you want to avoid potential legal issues and claims for compensation, read on. An...
Consumer Protection
Bulletin
31 Oct 2017
30 October 2017 A recent coronial inquest was held into the death of a 22 month old boy, who tragically died at his family’s Yokine home in October 2013. Forensic pathologists found that the boy had...
Consumer Protection
Bulletin
31 Oct 2017
In 2014, the former Western Australian Government released a version of the model Work Health and Safety (WHS) laws (known as the “Green Bill” ) for public comment. 50 submissions were received...
WorkSafe
Information
31 Oct 2017

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