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  1. Thank you for letting us know

    Thank you for letting us know that you do not want to take part in our 2019 Stakeholder Survey. We have removed you from the list for the current survey and for any future stakeholder satisfaction DMIRS surveys. Please note: This action will not  affect y ...

  2. Safety in sport

    Many sports and recreational activities have inherent risks and dangers.  It is inevitable that injuries amongst participants will occur.  Negligence can lead to participants, officials, or the association being held liable (responsible) for conduct that ...

  3. Workers' compensation

    In Western Australia, all workers must be covered by a valid workers’ compensation insurance policy. The definition of a ‘worker’ is broad and extends to any ‘contract of service’ or ‘contract for service’ between a worker and employer. If an association ...

  4. WorkSafe

    The WorkSafe division of the Department of Mines, Industry Regulation and Safety administers the OSH Laws and can provide further information. WorkSafe can investigate breaches under the OSH Laws. Inspectors have broad powers to visit and inspect workplac ...

  5. Occupational safety and health

    Associations generally owe an obligation to provide and maintain a safe, healthy working environment. The Occupational Safety and Health Act 1984 and its associated Regulations (collectively referred to as the OSH Laws) sets out the requirements for provi ...

  6. Volunteering

    Volunteer work is unpaid and provides an opportunity for people to participate in the activities of their community. Volunteers (either as members or non-members of the association) can contribute to an association in a wide variety of roles such as: book ...

  7. Types of employment

    Incorporated associations can employ people to undertake a range of duties, including: to deliver the association’s services. to provide administration support. to manage the day-to-day operation of the association. There are a number of different working ...

  8. Grants

    It is very likely that an association will want to apply for a grant at one time or another over the course of its life. Applying for and receiving grants can contribute towards the costs of all kinds of initiatives and assist the furtherance of an associ ...

  9. The role of an auditor or reviewer

    It is the responsibility of the management committee to provide the financial statements. The role of the auditor or reviewer is to give a professional and independent on these financial statements.  The review or audit of an association’s financial repor ...

  10. Rights of the auditor/reviewer

    Under the Act an appointed auditor or reviewer is entitled to: receive all notices and communications that are sent to members regarding general meetings of the association; attend any general meeting of the association; and be heard at any general meetin ...

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