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Our offices will be closed from Monday 26 December 2022 and will reopen on Tuesday 3 January 2023.

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Acknowledgement of Country

We acknowledge Aboriginal people as the Traditional Custodians of the lands on which we deliver our services.

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Announcements & Publications

PLB policy – Applications for the renewal of a...

Plumbers Licensing Board policy

Settlement industry bulletins

Settlement industry bulletins provide topical information and reminders for agents. Have you subscribed to the bulletins? Keep up to date with the latest...

Data security in the settlement industry - Settlement...

9 December 2022 In light of recent Optus and Medibank data breaches, the Department of Mines, Industry Regulation and Safety – Consumer Protection Division ...

Home Building Contracts Act

A guide for those entering into a contract for home building and associated works. When does the Home Building Contracts Act apply? The Home Building...

Home safety for baby takeway tips

To keep your baby safe, please follow our tips: Curtains and blinds: Cords are secured with tensioners or wall cleats Cords have no loops 1.6 m or less from...

Commissioner's Blog: Have your say on family & domestic...

Family and domestic violence (FDV) is an extremely serious issue in our community, so we need to make sure the right laws are in place to not only support...

Builder fined for unauthorised work at own home – Riviera...

Mount Lawley house mostly demolished despite requirement to keep key parts Significant new building work did not comply with building permit or plans The...

Wageline News December edition published

The December edition of the Wageline News has just been published. Read this latest edition on the Wageline News page. 

Company fined $240,000 over worker’s loss of fingers

A company involved in steel importation and land development has been fined a total of $240,000 (and ordered to pay $30,581 in costs) over an incident in...

School holidays start soon, find out when children can work

Employers, parents and young people need to know all the special rules that apply when young people are working during the school holidays. Western Australia...

Be prudent when pruning to avoid electrical hazards near...

Home owners urged to hire professionals to trim trees near power lines Hazards include electric shock, arcing, fire and falls Vegetation should be kept 2m...

WA award summary - Electrical Contracting Industry Award

Allowance rates in Electrical Contracting Industry Award amended The state Electrical Contracting Industry Award was varied by the Western Australian...