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  1. Using fuel gas to produce theatrical or other special effects

    This page is for:  Gas worker An activity involving the use of fuel gas to produce theatrical or other special effects is regulated under the Gas Standards Act 1972 and Gas Standards (Gasfitting and Consumer Gas Installations) Regulations 1999 (GSR1999). ...

  2. Proposed changes to definition of employee in state industrial relations legislation

    This page is for:  Employee / worker Employer On 25 June 2020, the Industrial Relations Legislation Amendment Bill 2020 (the Bill) was introduced into State Parliament. The Bill provides for changes to the definitions of employee in two key pieces of stat ...

  3. Future regulation of WA's accident towing industry 2020

    This page is for:  Consumer Motor industry Small business and farmer We encourage consumers, people involved WA’s accident towing industry and motor vehicle insurers to let us know their views about options for reforming the accident towing industry.  You ...

  4. Review of Regulation of the Fitness Industry: Decision Regulatory Impact Statement (final report) July 2019

    This page is for:  Business / company Consumer Small business and farmer A review of the Fair Trading (Fitness Industry Code of Practice) Regulations 2010 (WA) has been completed by Consumer Protection. Review purpose The key purpose of the review was to ...

  5. Resolving complaints with charity collectors

    This page is for:  Not for profit Conduct of collectors The reputation of a charitable organisation can impact its ability to fundraise and collectors need to be respectful in their dealings with the public. Any information provided about the nature of th ...

  6. Protect yourself from charity scams

    This page is for:  Not for profit The public’s generosity when responding to a disaster or tragic event is seen by scammers as an opportunity to profit from other people’s misfortune. The best way to avoid being scammed, is to deal directly with licensed ...

  7. Charity collection types

    This page is for:  Not for profit There are a variety of ways to raise money for charitable purposes. Before commencing any fundraising activity, an organisation should make sure that it is familiar with any relevant legislative requirements and any neces ...

  8. Managing conflicts of interest

    This page is for:  Not for profit The decision makers for a licensed charitable collector have a responsibility to ensure that public monies raised for charitable purposes are used efficiently and effectively for the benefit of the organisation as opposed ...

  9. Charity licensing conditions

    This page is for:  Not for profit All licences issued under the  Charitable Collections Act 1946  (the Act) are subject to standard conditions imposed by the Commissioner for Consumer Protection (the Commissioner). A failure by an organisation to comply w ...

  10. Consumer Protection Awards FAQ

    This page is for:  Aboriginal Consumer Business / company Multicultural / non english speaking Not for profit Product safety Tenant Nominating for a Consumer Protection Award The frequently asked questions below provide some helpful information about the ...

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