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Building approvals process page 22
Building approvals process page 22, by ebleakley
Building approvals process page 22 Note: for uncertified applications, the certificate of design compliance is obtained by the relevant permit authority after the application is submitted. Typical building approval sequence – Class 1 and...
A guide to the building approvals process in WA
There are over 3,000 trampoline-related injuries reported each year in Australia, making them some of the most reported product-related injuries to children in Australia. This equates to at least eight people a day being injured on a trampoline. Injuries include bone fractures, superficial...
Product safety for consumers
Amber teething necklaces are a chain of rounded amber chips (fossilised tree resin) usually worn as a necklace. These products come in a range of colours, including yellow, white, beige and brown. It is claimed if a child wears the necklace against their skin it will help to reduce teething pain...
Product safety for consumers
Whether you rent or own your home, you can keep you and your family safe by reducing any risks you notice around the house. The following pages will provide you with tips on what to look for and how to fix any issues: Portable swimming pool safety Rules for pools and spas (Building Commission)...
Home safety
When looking at a property with an existing balcony or deck, deterioration or substandard work may not be easily spotted. If you rent or about to buy a property, be aware the property owners may not even know how or when it was constructed. Unsafe balconies and decks are a hazard and can place...
Home safety
All new products should be washed thoroughly before use to avoid any allergic reactions. New clothing and materials may contain allergens and toxic chemicals either as part of their manufacture or through cross contamination through shipping and transport. Ch emicals can be found in plastic water...
Product safety for consumers
All Australians could have their say on country of origin food labelling in an online survey to help design the Australian Government’s new labelling system. Status: Closed: Closing date Friday 3rd July 2015 Background The Australian Government wants to deliver a more direct system for food...
Consultations and reports
Servicing requirements of pre-1980 gas appliances A prohibition order was gazetted in July 2013 banning the sale, hire or use of pre-1980 Natural Gas appliances to the coastal supply area as shown on the ERA website . The prohibition order means that it is an offence to offer for sale, hire,...
Gas appliances
Businesses and employers should always conduct a thorough licence check before engaging workers. When selecting a person to do work that requires a High Risk Work Licence, businesses and employers must consider their duties under the Occupational Safety and Health Act 1984 by: satisfying yourself...
High risk work licence
Helpful information about what are the safety considerations when buying or using a portable pool? Don't duck out. Make it safe. A guide for portable pool buyers In Australia, on average one child...
Consumer Protection
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14 Nov 2018

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