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Wageline Western Australia deals with queries about: pay rates, leave entitlements and other employment arrangements for employers and employees in the WA state industrial relations system - the state system covers business which operate as sole traders, unincorporated partnerships, unincorporated...
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Reporting an injury or disease online (see list of reportable injuries and diseases below) You can submit your notification using an online form, however to report a workplace fatality or serious incident please call 1800 678 198. In order to report an injury or disease, you will need: Name and...
How to report an injury or disease
WorkSafe’s Enforcement Policy All provisions of the OSH Act and Occupational Safety and Health Regulations 1996 are important in regard to the need to comply, and will be appropriately enforced. The enforcement action that is warranted will depend on the circumstances of the case and the...
About WorkSafe
An inspector has the legal right to enter, at any time, any workplace including aircraft, ships and vehicles, where employees work or are likely to be in the course of their work. This right to enter means that inspectors have unrestricted access to workplaces, excepting where there is a statutory...
Workplace inspections
An instrument of declaration allows jurisdictions normally falling under mine safety legislation to be transferred temporarily to the jurisdiction of the Occupational Safety and Health Act 1984 . Resources Safety is the division of the Department of Mines and Petroleum that is charged with safety...
Legislation, codes and guidance materials
The information on this page applies only to employers and employees in the WA state industrial relations system.The state system covers businesses which operate as sole traders, unincorporated partnerships, unincorporated trust arrangements as well as any incorporated associations or not for...
Types of employment arrangements
There are age restrictions on the type of job and working hours for children. These laws apply to all Western Australian businesses and all employers in the state and national industrial relations systems. As long as the work does not prevent school attendance, children of any age can: work in a...
When children can work
The information on this page applies only to employers and employees in the WA state industrial relations system. The state system covers businesses which operate as sole traders, unincorporated partnerships, unincorporated trust arrangements as well as any incorporated associations or not for...
Dismissal
The information on this page applies only to employers and employees in the WA state industrial relations system. The state system covers businesses which operate as sole traders, unincorporated partnerships, unincorporated trust arrangements as well as any incorporated associations or not for...
Resignation
The information on this page applies only to employers and employees in the WA state industrial relations system. The state system covers businesses which operate as sole traders, unincorporated partnerships, unincorporated trust arrangements as well as any incorporated associations or not for...
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Do you think you have been treated unfairly, inappropriately and/or unreasonably at work, then go to this document to see which agency will be able to assist you.
WorkSafe
Directory
21 May 2014
Do you need a worksheet to help you manage the risks of slips, trips and falls?
WorkSafe
Information
21 May 2014
This information bulletin is intended to provide guidance to employers, employees and the self-employed in the nail industry What safety and health hazards do nail technicians face? Nail technicians...
WorkSafe
Bulletin
11 Mar 2016
What can I do to prevent injuries from power take-offs?
WorkSafe
Bulletin
22 Feb 2017
What are the requirements for managing the removal of workers from lead-risk work?
WorkSafe
Bulletin
21 May 2014
What is the globally harmonised system (GHS) for classifying chemicals?
WorkSafe
Bulletin
09 Dec 2016
Moulds (also called molds , fungi or mildew) are organisms that belong to the fungi kingdom and are neither plants nor animals. They are commonly found both indoors and outdoors. Moulds are an...
WorkSafe
Bulletin
21 Jul 2016
It is common industry practice for electrical contractors to provide temporary electrical supply installations for commercial construction sites. However, regulation 3.65 of the Occupational Safety...
WorkSafe
Bulletin
11 Mar 2016
Assay laboratory employers have a duty of care under the Occupational Safety and Heath Act (1984) to not expose workers or others at the workplace to hazards. Milling or pulverising ore samples for...
WorkSafe
Bulletin
21 Jul 2016
Do you need to register or re-register an item of plant?
WorkSafe
Form – registration
21 May 2014

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Announcements

A Mundaring real estate agency and one of its sales representatives have been reprimanded and fined a total of $3,750 by the State Administrative Tribunal (SAT) for failing to disclose important information about a property for sale and miscalculating their commission. Willmark Pty Ltd, trading as Rundin Property Consultants of Mundaring, was fined $3,000 and real estate sales representative...
Consumer Protection
Media release
14 Mar 2014
Fill up today if you want to pay less for your petrol – that’s the advice from FuelWatch. On Thursday, 13 March 2014, most BP, Caltex and Coles Express sites are increasing their ULP price by 12 cents per litre (cpl) up to 162.9 cpl, most Caltex Woolworths and Gull sites up to 161.9 cpl and most Peak sites up to 160.9 cpl. Tomorrow's metropolitan average price for ULP will be 159.8 cpl, however...
Consumer Protection
Media release
12 Mar 2014
An unlicensed car dealer operating from a Thornlie home has been fined $10,000 by the Armadale Magistrates Court. Atomos Pty Ltd and Director Adam Richard Coe were found guilty on 5 March 2014 of buying and selling 52 motor vehicles over a 17 month period from November 2011, without having a licence as required by the Motor Vehicle Dealers Act. Mr Coe was issued with a Conditional Release Order...
Consumer Protection
Media release
07 Mar 2014
A former property manager of a real estate agency has been fined a total of $10,000 and ordered to pay costs of $2,220 by the Perth Magistrates Court for misleading and deceptive conduct. Josephine Wei-Wei Liau of Mount Pleasant pleaded guilty on 7 March 2014 to 16 charges of breaching the Australian Consumer Law (ACL), Fair Trading Act, Real Estate and Business Agents Act (REBA Act) and the...
Consumer Protection
Media release
11 Mar 2014
A solar company and its Director have been fined a total of $18,000 by the Joondalup Magistrates Court for misleading consumers over their rights relating to warranties and door to door trading. Total Action Pty Ltd, formerly of Balcatta, was fined a total of $15,000 on 4 March 2014 for misleading a consumer regarding the warranty on a product, and for breaching unsolicited trading laws. Charles...
Consumer Protection
Media release
06 Mar 2014
Two promoters of rent to buy property schemes in WA have been ordered to pay a total penalty of $29,500 by the Supreme Court for misleading and deceptive conduct in their dealings with prospective buyers and sellers. Patricia Mirawati Susilo and Bryan Artawijaya Susilo, sister and brother of Karawara, were ordered to pay $17,500 and $12,000 respectively on 27 February 2014 after admitting to...
Consumer Protection
Media release
05 Mar 2014
Fill up today if you want to pay less for your petrol – that’s the advice from FuelWatch. On Thursday, 6 March 2014, most BP, Caltex and Caltex Woolworths sites are increasing their ULP price by 14 cents per litre (cpl) up to 162.9 cpl; most Coles Express sites up to 162.9 cpl, most Gull sites up to 161.9 cpl and most Peak sites up to 160.9 cpl. Tomorrow's metropolitan average price for ULP will...
Consumer Protection
Media release
05 Mar 2014
A Picton scrap metal business has been fined $80,000 (plus $3000 in costs) over an unsafe work environment in which a worker died in 2011. J & P Group Pty Ltd – trading as J & P Metals – pleaded guilty to failing to provide and maintain a safe working environment and was fined in the Bunbury Magistrates Court last week. J & P Group operates a scrap yard at Copplestone Road, Paradise,...
WorkSafe
Media release
04 Mar 2014
Lodging bonds late has cost a Pilbara real estate agency more than $10,000 in a fine and court costs. Oresome (WA) Pty Ltd, trading as Crawford Realty of South Hedland, was fined $9,500 and ordered to pay costs of $970 on 28 February 2014 after pleading guilty in the South Hedland Magistrates Court to 21 charges of failing to lodge bonds with the Bond Administrator ‘as soon as practicable’ as...
Consumer Protection
Media release
04 Mar 2014
WorkSafe is undertaking an inspection program to look at safety issues relating to manual tasks in WA’s floor covering retail premises. Continuing throughout the remainder of the financial year in both metropolitan and regional areas, the program will look at independently-operated businesses that are not part of larger organisations. WorkSafe Director Joe Attard said today the inspections would...
WorkSafe
Media release
25 Feb 2014

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