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This National Code of Practice for the Control of Workplace Hazardous Substances [NOHSC:2007(1994)] provides a practical guide on how to comply with the National Model Regulations for the Control of Workplace Hazardous Substances [NOHSC:1005(1994)] so as to minimise the risk of disease and injury due to exposure to hazardous substances in the workplace.
WorkSafe
Code of practice
21 May 2014
The purpose of this National Code of Practice for the Control of Scheduled Carcinogenic Substances [NOHSC:2014(1995)] is to provide practical guidance on how to comply with the prohibition and notification requirements for scheduled carcinogenic substances. It also explains the specific requirements for assessment and control of risks arising from work with scheduled carcinogenic substances, and the specific requirements for record keeping.
WorkSafe
Code of practice
21 May 2014
This national code of practice provides a practical guide on how to comply with the National Standard for the Control of Inorganic Lead at Work [NOHSC:1012(1994)] so as to minimise risk of disease and injury due to exposure to lead in the workplace. It can be used to develop specific workplace programs for the control of exposure to inorganic lead.
WorkSafe
Code of practice
21 May 2014
The National Code of Practice for Precast, Tilt-up and Concrete Elements in Building Construction provides practical guidance on ways to eliminate hazards and/or minimise risks in the safe handling of concrete elements in building construction.
WorkSafe
Code of practice
21 May 2014
This code of practice applies to all workplaces in Western Australia covered by the Occupational Safety and Health Act 1984 where excessive noise may exist. This code provides practical guidance for the management of noise which may be damaging to the hearing of people in workplaces. The approved code of practice Control of Noise in the Music Entertainment Industry provides additional information on controlling noise in that industry.
WorkSafe
Code of practice
21 May 2014
This code of practice applies to venues, where employees or the self-employed are present, where live (whether amplified or not) or recorded music is being played for entertainment purposes at levels which are likely to exceed the exposure standard for noise.
WorkSafe
Code of practice
21 May 2014
This code of practice applies to all workplaces in Western Australia covered by the Occupational Safety and Health Act 1984 where concrete and masonry cutting and drilling equipment is used.
WorkSafe
Code of practice
21 May 2014
The Wageline leave calculation guides can help you work out an entitlement to annual leave, sick leave or long service leave.
Labour Relations
Fact sheet
15 Mar 2018
This code of practice addresses issues that might potentially arise in some working hours arrangements, for example extended hours, shift work and on call work. It brings together a range of recognised workplace hazard factors that must already be addressed, as far as practicable, where there are occupational safety and health risks. This code of practice is presented as a starting point for undertaking a workplace or industry risk management process to address relevant issues where the working hours arrangements may have occupational safety and health considerations. As individual workplaces and industries have different working hours arrangements, this code of practice provides high level general guidance and recommendations on risk management. It is suggested that the risk management approach is tailored specific to the unique demands of each workplace and/or industry
WorkSafe
Code of practice
21 May 2014
This code of practice has been developed to provide guidance on meeting the requirements in the Occupational Safety and Health Act 1984 and Occupational Safety and Health Regulations 1996 relating to the prevention and management of workplace violence, aggression and bullying. The Code focuses on the general principles applying to the prevention and management of violence, aggression and bullying in the workplace. The intent of this Code is to provide practical guidance for workplaces where people may be exposed to various forms of workplace violence and aggression including physical assault, verbal abuse, threats, intimidation, harassment and bullying.
WorkSafe
Code of practice
21 May 2014

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Announcements

WorkSafe is investigating the work-related death of a 56-year-old man at a property at Uduc near Harvey yesterday. The man was believed to have unloaded several horses from a large transport vehicle when a door/ramp dropped on to him. WorkSafe inspectors travelled to the site from the Bunbury office and are investigating the circumstances of the incident. WorkSafe thoroughly investigates serious...
WorkSafe
Media release
28 Mar 2013
Fill up today if you want to pay less for your petrol – that’s the advice from FuelWatch. On Thursday, 28 March 2013, most Caltex sites are hiking their ULP price by 11 cents per litre (cpl) up to 150.9 cpl. Most BP, Coles Express and Caltex Woolworths sites are increasing their ULP price by 10 cpl up to 149.9 cpl and most Gull and Peak sites up to 146.9 cpl. Tomorrow's metropolitan average price...
Consumer Protection
Media release
27 Mar 2013
Consumer Protection has taken legal action against a rogue fencing contractor who has been the subject of a high number of complaints from consumers. United Fencing (WA) Pty Ltd of Mandurah, a registered company of sole director James Lee Battah of Harvey, closed their Bunbury office earlier this year. The company has signed a Court enforceable undertaking under the Australian Consumer Law with...
Consumer Protection
Media release
28 Mar 2013
Tuesday, 26 March 2013, 10.30am Consumer Protection regional office 3/ 50-52 Durlacher Street, Geraldton Detective Senior Sergeant Dom Blackshaw from WA Police Major Fraud Squad and Detective Senior Constable Rob Martin will be available to talk about their visit to Geraldton as part of Project Sunbird. Background: In May 2012 the WA Police Major Fraud Squad began ‘Operation Sunbird’ to...
Consumer Protection
Media release
26 Mar 2013
A gang of Irish travelling conmen who have been carrying out dodgy work on laying bitumen driveways as well as unauthorised painting work have been targeting Perth home owners. Consumer Protection and the Building Commission have warned consumers not to deal with these itinerant conmen who are breaking door to door trading laws and doing roof painting and restoration work without being registered...
Building Commission
Media release
22 Mar 2013
A Christmas Islander, a seniors' advocacy organisation, a drug and road safety educator, a journalist and a morning radio show have taken out top honours at this year’s Consumer Protection Awards.
Consumer Protection
Media release
22 Mar 2013
22 March 2013 – 11.30am-2pm The University Club of Western Australia, Hackett Drive, Crawley The ninth annual Western Australian Consumer Protection Awards are being announced by new Commerce Minister Michael Mischin on 22 March 2013. The Rona Okely Award acknowledges an individual Western Australian who has influenced and inspired the advancement, development and promotion of consumer protection...
Consumer Protection
Media release
21 Mar 2013
A self-employed carpenter has been fined $4000.00 for failing to provide fall prevention equipment and edge protection while working on the roof of a shed. Brendan Keith Purchase – trading as Brendan Purchase Carpentry Service – pleaded guilty to failing to provide fall prevention and edge protection and was fined in the Esperance Magistrates Court last week. In early 2011, Mr Purchase was...
WorkSafe
Media release
19 Mar 2013
Fill up today if you want to pay less for your petrol – that’s the advice from FuelWatch. On Thursday, 21 March 2013, most Coles Express sites are hiking their ULP price by 12 cents per litre (cpl) up to 153.9 cpl. Most BP sites are increasing their ULP price by 11 cpl up to 152.9 cpl. Most Caltex and Caltex Woolworths sites are putting their ULP price up by 10 cpl up to 151.9 cpl. Most Gull and...
Consumer Protection
Media release
20 Mar 2013
A solar company that made an unsolicited approach to a pensioner, signed her up for a $9,000 contract, and failed to inform her of her right to cancel, has been fined $15,000 in the first successful legal action of its kind by Consumer Protection. Solar Harness Pty Ltd pleaded guilty to five offences under the Australian Consumer Law and was ordered to pay Court costs of $1,320 in addition to the...
Consumer Protection
Media release
14 Mar 2013

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