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Risk management of aggression in the workplace involves a systematic and planned approach that covers the associated risks to employee safety. A risk assessment involves identifying the sources of risk, risk factors and the consequences if a worker is exposed to a hazard. Hazard identification...
Aggression
This page contains frequently asked questions on aggression in the workplace. Is aggression in the workplace a work issue or a police issue? The Occupational Safety and Health Act 1984 contains general duties and responsibilities placed upon people to ensure their own safety at work, and that of...
Aggression
Duty holders and legislation that relate to aggression in the workplace The Occupational Safety and Health Act 1984 and regulations place certain duties on employers, employees, self-employed people, manufacturers, designers, importers and suppliers and must be complied with. Duties include: Not...
Aggression
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...
Payroll essentials
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...
Payroll essentials
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...
Payroll essentials
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...
WA pay rates and award summaries
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...
Pay rates for apprentices and trainees
Inhalation of asbestos fibres can cause asbestosis, lung cancer and mesothelioma. Asbestos is a serious issue for Australia and will continue to be so for many years, despite the ban on new uses of asbestos in 2003. Asbestos can be classified into two main types, 'friable' or 'non-friable'. Friable...
Asbestos
This page contains frequently asked questions on asbestos. I’m not sure which WA agency would best help me with my asbestos query. See the 'Asbestos Issues: Who to call' brochure. What products might asbestos be found in? Asbestos cement products such as building materials ('fibro'), fences,...
Asbestos

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Do you need information on controlling the risks of nanotechnology?
WorkSafe
Bulletin
21 May 2014
This information bulletin provides guidance for wearing helmets on construction sites in accordance with the Occupational Safety and Health Act 1984 and Occupational Safety and Health Regulations 1996.
WorkSafe
Bulletin
21 Jul 2016
This information bulletin is intended to provide guidance to employers and employees for the selection, use and maintenance of personal protective gloves. Should gloves be worn? The three steps in...
WorkSafe
Bulletin
11 Mar 2016
What types of guarding should be used on food mixers?
WorkSafe
Bulletin
21 May 2014
Do you operate or work in a bakery?
WorkSafe
Bulletin
14 Mar 2016
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

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WorkSafe is investigating the work-related death of a man at a worksite in Jurien Bay this morning. Inspectors have travelled to the site and will investigate the circumstances. The incident happened at around 9am, 5km west of Brand Highway on Jurien East Road. WorkSafe thoroughly investigates serious work-related injuries and deaths in WA with a view to preventing future incidents of a similar...
WorkSafe
Media release
04 Apr 2014
Fill up today if you want to pay less for your petrol – that's the advice from FuelWatch . On Thursday, 3 April 2014, most Coles Express, Caltex Woolworths and BP sites are increasing their ULP price by 12 cents per litre (cpl) up to 158.9 cpl. Most Caltex sites are increasing their ULP price up to 157.9 cpl, most Gull sites up to 156.9 cpl and most Peak sites up to 155.9 cpl. Tomorrow's...
Consumer Protection
Media release
02 Apr 2014
A Perth woman who lost a six figure sum in an online dating scam says she feels like she has won the lottery after becoming the first known Western Australian romance fraud victim to get money back. 51-year-old Jenny has so far received 40% of the total amount she sent to an overseas bank account in late 2013 during a fictitious relationship with ‘Gary’ who she met on a well-known dating website...
Consumer Protection
Media release
02 Apr 2014
Wednesday 2 April 2014 10.30am Consumer Protection Media Room Level 6, Forrest Centre 219 St Georges Tce, Perth Hear from 51-year-old Jenny from Perth, who lost a six figure sum in six weeks through an online dating scam and has become the first known WA romance fraud victim to receive money back. Detective Senior Sergeant Dom Blackshaw from WA Police Major Fraud Squad will be able to speak...
Consumer Protection
Media release
02 Apr 2014
The operator of a network of clothing collection bins in Perth has agreed to make a $100,000 donation to charity and issue a public apology after agreeing that they may have misled the public. E’Co Australia Pty Ltd and its Managing Director Mark Brian Keay have settled Supreme Court legal action taken by the Commissioner for Consumer Protection by signing an enforceable undertaking. The...
Consumer Protection
Media release
27 Mar 2014
Directors of former Darlington-based company Mount Tamborine Property Services Pty Ltd have been ordered to pay fines, court costs and compensation totalling around $111,000 for an array of building offences. Ernest Jackson and Corinne Evangeline Jackson were successfully prosecuted by the Building Commission through proceedings that began at the Midland Magistrates Court in December 2012 and...
Building Commission
Media release
31 Mar 2014
A High Wycombe tradesman has been fined $1,000 linked to a Community Release Order for accepting a deposit for work and failing to complete it within a reasonable time. Mark Edward Straw , trading as Marks Ceilings & Renovations , failed to appear in the Midland Magistrates Court for his first scheduled appearance on 5 December 2013. He appeared on 21 February 2014 following his arrest on a...
Consumer Protection
Media release
27 Mar 2014
Fill up today if you want to pay less for your petrol – that’s the advice from FuelWatch. On Thursday, 27 March 2014, most BP and Coles Express sites are increasing their ULP price up to 159.9 cents per litre (cpl), a rise of 12 cpl and 11 cpl respectively. Most Caltex and Caltex Woolworths sites are increasing their ULP price up to 158.9 cpl, most Gull sites up to 157.9 cpl and most Peak sites...
Consumer Protection
Media release
26 Mar 2014
A former settlement agent has been ordered to pay more than $150,000 in fines and compensation by the Joondalup Magistrates Court after making unauthorised withdrawals from a trust account. Renee Lee Matthews, formerly trading as Saachi Settlements of Ocean Reef, was fined a total of $9,000 on 18 March 2014 after pleading guilty to five charges of breaching the Settlement Agents Act. She was...
Consumer Protection
Media release
21 Mar 2014
New regulations that will stop Western Australian retirement village residents from having to pay unfair recurrent charges will come into effect on April 1.
Consumer Protection
Media release
24 Mar 2014

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