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1 November 2017 With only two months remaining for the 2017 calendar year Consumer Protection reminds you to check your Compulsory Professional Development (CPD) points tally. If you have not...
Consumer Protection
Bulletin
03 Nov 2017
You are entitled to expect safe goods and services From 1 January 2011, every Australian consumer will be protected in the same way under the Australian Consumer Law from unsafe consumer products and...
Consumer Protection
Fact sheet
02 Nov 2017
Know your rights when you go shopping From 1 January 2011, all Australian shoppers will have the same rights under the Australian Consumer Law. By knowing your rights you can make informed choices...
Consumer Protection
Fact sheet
02 Nov 2017
If there is bullying or conflict at your workplace, use the following four step process. Remember support is always available eg talk to a friend, your doctor or an counseller, or an advocate. Step 1...
WorkSafe
Information
01 Nov 2017
30 October 2017 A recent coronial inquest was held into the death of a 22 month old boy, who tragically died at his family’s Yokine home in October 2013. Forensic pathologists found that the boy had...
Consumer Protection
Bulletin
31 Oct 2017
In 2014, the former Western Australian Government released a version of the model Work Health and Safety (WHS) laws (known as the “Green Bill” ) for public comment. 50 submissions were received...
WorkSafe
Information
31 Oct 2017
Model rules of a Non‑distributing Co‑operative with share capital
Consumer Protection
Schedule
25 Oct 2017
In May 2017 p resenters from both WorkSafe and the Health Department delivered an information session on asbestos health risks, the relevant legislation, and some common issues that arise in relation...
WorkSafe
Information
23 Oct 2017
An audit of contractor and product performance in the construction of fire walls at the new Perth Children’s Hospital.
Building and Energy
Reports
23 Oct 2017
19 October 2017 Over the past 12 months, Consumer Protection has had a specific focus on reducing the number of late lodgements of residential tenancy bonds, through an ongoing compliance program,...
Consumer Protection
Bulletin
19 Oct 2017
6 October 2017 The Building Commission recently informed the building industry about concerns regarding representations made in advertisements by builders in relation to house and land packages...
Consumer Protection
Bulletin
19 Oct 2017
The department's final annual report for 2016-2017 presents information on its statutory compliance, financial, non-financial and operational performance, in accordance with the requirements of the...
Corporate
Reports
16 Oct 2017
This Australian Consumer Law factsheet is for suppliers and salespeople What defines an unsolicited consumer agreement? An agreement is considered to be unsolicited when: a supplier/salesperson...
Consumer Protection
Fact sheet
13 Oct 2017
About this guide This guide will help you find assistance when you are in dispute with a business. Your rights when you buy, hire or lease goods, or pay for services, are set out by the Australian...
Consumer Protection
Information
11 Oct 2017
Refunds policy sign example We are not required to provide a refund or replacement if you change your mind. But you can choose a refund or exchange if an item has a major problem. This is when the...
Consumer Protection
Promotions
10 Oct 2017
This fact sheet gives an overview of what constitutes a contract and the obligations arising from entering into a contract. What is a contract? A contract is a legally binding agreement between two...
Consumer Protection
Fact sheet
10 Oct 2017
About this guide This is one of six guides to the Australian Consumer Law (ACL), developed by Australia’s consumer protection agencies to help businesses understand their responsibilities under the...
Consumer Protection
Fact sheet
10 Oct 2017
A general inspection report into the construction of sheet metal clad timber framed roofing in Perth metropolitan and South West regions.
Building and Energy
Reports
10 Oct 2017
Do workers who operate vehicle loading cranes need a licence?
WorkSafe
Information
06 Oct 2017
What is the requirement for doggers in the use of vehicle loading cranes? In non-construction workplaces - A High Risk Work License for dogging is required at all times when the work undertaken falls...
WorkSafe
Information
06 Oct 2017
This occupational safety and health (OSH) newsletter has been developed to provide information and assistance to employers, self-employed persons, persons having control of workplaces and employees...
WorkSafe
Checklist
06 Oct 2017
Wageline's making a complaint process fact sheet provides a publication format version of the information on the Making a complaint about underpayment of wages and entitlements page of this website...
Labour Relations
Fact sheet
05 Oct 2017

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