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Falling from one level to another is a major workplace hazard and is the most common cause of death from traumatic injuries in construction. Fall hazards occur in all industries and most fatalities...
WorkSafe
Training material
29 May 2014
Harmony week banner image 2018
Harmony week banner image 2018, by Office of Mulitcultural Interests
Harmony week banner image 2018, by Office of Mulitcultural Interests Consumer protection agencies in Australia develop an innovative communication tools to help people from diverse backgrounds...
Non-English speaking consumers
WorkSafe Plan Certificates of Achievement are presented at three levels. Silver Certificates for organisations meeting minimum standards. Gold Certificates for organisations demonstrating good progress toward a best practice approach to safety and health management, and Platinum Certificates are...
WorkSafe plan
Notice: COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic Consumer Protection WA is prioritising complaints received during the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, to assist those most in need. Complaints lodged will be...
Consumer Protection
Form – notification
08 May 2020
Safety rules: When Using Baby Bath Aids WARNING! Baby bath aids are NOT safety devices BEFORE you run the bath get a towel and the baby’s clothes prepared. Keep your baby within arm’s reach at ALL...
Consumer Protection
Brochure
16 Oct 2018
A high number of Australian men die or are seriously injured each year while working under their cars using vehicle jacks, stands, or ramps, and Consumer Protection is keen to see a dramatic drop in these incidents. Research undertaken by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC)...
Product safety for consumers
Please use the AssociationsOnline portal for all forms and transactions. If you have difficulties, you can use the downloadable forms listed below.
AssociationsOnline welcome small
AssociationsOnline welcome small, by AssociationsOnline
AssociationsOnline Visit AssociationsOnline . You can manage your association online including updating details...
Fees, forms and publications
A statutory warranty applies only to vehicles bought from a licensed motor vehicle dealer. The Motor Vehicle Dealers Act requires licensed dealers to fix certain defects in used motor vehicles they have sold. The statutory warranty also applies only to motor vehicles that have a purchase price of $...
Buying a vehicle
Small business Consumer Protection provides information which may help small business owners get started or run a successful business. New business - Consumer Protection checklist for new business Selling goods and services - under the Australian Consumer Law (ACL) Licensing - for some occupations...
Small business
Telling consumers about their rights When it comes to consumer guarantees, you must be very careful about what you say to consumers about their rights, and the wording of any signs, advertisements or any other documents. What you cannot tell a consumer You must not tell a consumer that a consumer...
Returns and cancellations

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