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The BCI Code contains various reporting or notification obligations for building contractors. The requirements are contained in paragraph 20 (Industrial Action), paragraph 25 (Collusive tendering), paragraph 26 (Private Covered Building Work) and paragraph 27 (Breaches of the BCI Code). All reports...
Reporting obligations
Do you employ young workers (under 25 years of age) in your workplace? This session will provide a background about physical and cognitive developmental changes, injury trends, the impact of work design and work culture, and the education and learning preferences for young workers. Employers will...
Information sessions and workshops
The awards recognise outstanding OSH management, solutions and innovation in Western Australian workplaces and are now open for submissions. WorkSafe strongly encourages you to submit an entry for a worthy individual, solution or organisation and would appreciate you informing your colleagues and...
Work Safety Awards
David Hillyard was appointed as Acting Commissioner for Consumer Protection in December 2015. Prior to this, he was the Director of Consumer Protection’s Retail and Services Directorate. David has worked with Consumer Protection for over 35 years and has been in senior management roles where most...
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The Personal Property Securities Register (PPSR) is the single, national online database of security interests in personal property in Australia. Personal property generally includes all form of property other than land, buildings and fixtures. Businesses can check the PPSR to see if the valuable...
Business tools
Once registered, a limited partnership have certain ongoing obligations related to conducting business. The partnership must: Display the Certificates of Registration in their registered offices. Include the follwing words/initials next to their business names on all stationery and documents: “...
Limited partnerships
How to end a limited partnership depends on the type of partnership you are in. Ending a limited partnership There are three ways to end a limited partnership: Change a limited partnership to a general partnership with the agreement of all general and limited partners, which can occur only if all...
Limited partnerships
A commercial partnership comprises two or more people who jointly carry on business with a view to making a profit. Partnerships can be general partnerships, limited partnerships or incorporated limited partnerships. Limited partnerships or incorporated limited partnerships in Western Australia...
About business partnerships
The forms are currently under development and will be available on this page as soon as they are finalised. Please contact the branch on the details below for any further information. Register of limited partnerships and incorporate limited partnerships Consumer Protection is responsible for...
Limited partnerships forms and fees
Complete list of annual reports for the Construction Contracts Act 2004 CCA Annual Report 2015–2016 PDF 7.6MB CCA Annual Report 2014–2015 PDF 123KB CCA Annual Report 2013–2014 PDF 1.4MB CCA Annual Report 2012–2013 PDF 93KB CCA Annual Report 2011–2012 PDF 94KB CCA Annual Report 2010–2011 PDF 326KB...
Annual reports on the Construction Contracts Act

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A building contractor must notify the BCCMU of a breach or a suspected breach of the BCI Code as soon as practicable, but no later than 48 hours after becoming aware of it.
Building and Construction Code Monitoring Unit
Form – notification
11 Apr 2017
To advise the BCCMU if any aspect of the Tender preparation was inconsistent with the obligations outlined in paragraph 25 of the BCI Code 2016.
Building and Construction Code Monitoring Unit
Form – notification
11 Apr 2017
Model clauses which may be used in connection with expressions of interest, requests for tender, purchase orders and subcontracts between a contractor and its subcontractor in circumstances where the...
Building and Construction Code Monitoring Unit
Guidance note
11 Apr 2017
This checklist has been developed as a tool for Building Contractors to use to assist them with identifying areas where they may not comply with the requirements of the BCI Code.
Building and Construction Code Monitoring Unit
Guidance note
11 Apr 2017
It is imperative that Government agencies tendering for State Building Works include the obligation to comply with the BCI Code within requests for tender and through the contractual process.
Building and Construction Code Monitoring Unit
Guidance note
11 Apr 2017
Every Building Contractor who is covered by the BCI Code must have a freedom of association policy in place for the time they remain covered by the BCI Code.
Building and Construction Code Monitoring Unit
Guidance note
11 Apr 2017
A Head Contractor who enters into a contract for State Building Work exceeding $10 million in value must have a BCI Code compliant WRMP in place prior to commencing work.
Building and Construction Code Monitoring Unit
Guidance note
12 Apr 2017
Industry Development
Brochure
14 Feb 2017
This form is used to register a Limited Partnership (LP).
Consumer Protection
Form – application
15 Feb 2017
This checklist applies where any inspection, cleaning, repair, maintenance or alteration of plant is carried out or where the function or condition of plant is impaired to the extent that it presents...
WorkSafe
Checklist
25 Jan 2017

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The Western Australian Government acknowledges Federal Defence Industry Minister Christopher Pyne's endorsement of Civmec's $80 million expansion to deliver naval shipbuilding and maintenance in WA.
Industry Development
Media release
26 Apr 2017
The average cost of unleaded petrol is set to increase by around 18 cents per litre (cpl) to 137.6 cpl tomorrow, so FuelWatch is encouraging Perth drivers to fill up today to save money. FuelWatch advises that on Tuesday 25 April 2017, most Puma, BP, Caltex Woolworths, Caltex and Coles Express sites are increasing their ULP price to 139.9 cpl (increasing between 20 and 24 cpl). Most United sites...
Consumer Protection
Media release
24 Apr 2017
Scammers are using the name of a Subiaco jeweller to persuade their victims to urgently send money in a new variation to the ‘help me’ scam. Recent reports received by WA Scamnet at Consumer Protection suggest that people are receiving phone calls from scammers saying that a relative or friend has purchased jewellery at the Smales jewellery store but their credit card transaction had been...
Consumer Protection
Media release
24 Apr 2017
A real estate agent who forged signatures and prepared bogus listing and sales contracts has had his licence cancelled by the State Administrative Tribunal (SAT) and has been banned from working in the industry in WA for 15 years. Joseph Weng Kong Cheong and his company Easy Invest Pty Ltd , formerly based in Rivervale, were reprimanded and their licences cancelled as a result of disciplinary...
Consumer Protection
Media release
21 Apr 2017
Consumer Affairs Australia and New Zealand (CAANZ), a body made up of consumer affairs officials across Australia, has delivered its final report on the Australian Consumer Law (ACL) review to Commonwealth, state and territory consumer affairs Ministers. CAANZ proposes a package of 19 proposed legislative reforms to strengthen and clarify the ACL in order to improve consumer wellbeing. The...
Consumer Protection
Media release
20 Apr 2017
The average cost of unleaded petrol is set to increase by around 19 cents per litre (cpl) to 137 cpl tomorrow, so FuelWatch is encouraging Perth drivers to fill up today to save money. FuelWatch advises that on Tuesday 18 April 2017, most 7-Eleven, BP, Caltex, Caltex Woolworths and Puma sites are increasing their ULP price to 139.9 cpl (increasing between 23 and 26 cpl). Most United sites are...
Consumer Protection
Media release
17 Apr 2017
Building Commissioner Peter Gow has issued a public warning about the financial status of Mount Hawthorn registered building contractor Turquoise Developments Pty Ltd (reg. BC14354), trading as Talbot Le Page Homes.
Building Commission
Media release
18 Apr 2017
Consumer Protection reminds traders and consumers that the following retail trading hours for general retail shops in the Perth metropolitan area will apply over the Easter long weekend: Good Friday (14 April) Closed Easter Saturday (15 April) 8am – 5pm Easter Sunday (16 April) 11am – 5pm Easter Monday (17 April) 8am – 6pm (extended trading approved) General retail shops All shops are regarded as...
Consumer Protection
Media release
13 Apr 2017
The average cost of unleaded petrol is set to increase by around 19 cents per litre (cpl) to 136.1 cpl tomorrow, so FuelWatch is encouraging Perth drivers to fill up today to save money. FuelWatch advises that on Tuesday 11 April 2017, most Caltex, Puma and Coles Express sites are increasing their ULP price to 139.9 cpl (an increase of 26 cpl by Caltex and Puma and 25 cpl by Coles Express). Most...
Consumer Protection
Media release
10 Apr 2017
A roof insulation company has been fined $18,000 by the Albany Magistrates Court for misleading consumers about the quality rating and standard of one of their products. Golden Bay Properties Pty Ltd , trading as Jumbuck Wool Insulation , was also ordered to pay costs totalling $11,968 when sentenced on 6 April 2017. In September 2014, an officer from Consumer Protection purchased polyester...
Consumer Protection
Media release
10 Apr 2017

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