Search results

Search results

Displaying 41 - 50 of 66 results
  1. Safe working guidelines for electrical workers

    Information on safe working guidelines for electrical workers. ...

  2. Safe Tenancy WA

    the listing was because of FDV. The content below is for tenants and we have a  poster/factsheet. We ...

  3. Smoke alarm laws

    This page is for:  Builder Building surveyor Consumer Home buyer / owner Western Australia's Building Regulations 2012 (the Regulations) sets out the requirements for home-owners to have compliant smoke alarms installed: prior to the sale or transfer ...

  4. Submissions to the Interim Report of the Ministerial Review of the State Industrial Relations System

    This page is for:  Employee / worker Employer   Public submissions in response to the Interim Report of the Ministerial Review of the State Industrial Relations System are published below.   Australian Manufacturing Workers' Union WA Branch Australia ...

  5. Egg labelling

    This page is for:  Consumer Small business and farmer Eggs sold or advertised in Australia as "free range" must have been laid by hens kept in certain conditions as set out by the  Free Range Egg Labelling Information Standard  introduced in Apr ...

  6. Working in the roof space

    This page is for:  Consumer Electrical contractor / worker Tradesperson The roof space of your home can be a very dangerous area. There are serious electrical hazards in roof spaces and the potential for electric shocks is high. Hazards can include: expos ...

  7. Code of Practice for Persons working on or near energised electrical installations

    This page is for:  Electrical contractor / worker Code of Practice Building and Energy has developed this Code of Practice for Persons working on or near energised electrical installations. Code of Practice for Persons working on or near energised electri ...

  8. Topic 5: The determination process

    This page is for:  Builder Tradesperson Once the adjudicator has received an application and the response, the adjudicator has 10 business days to assess the payment dispute and make a determination.  You can find further information about how the adjudic ...

  9. Topic 4: Responding to an application for adjudication

    This page is for:  Builder Tradesperson If you are involved in a payment dispute and the other party applies for rapid adjudication, you will be required to prepare a formal response to the application within 10 business days.  This will give you an oppor ...

  10. Topic 3: Applying for adjudication

    This page is for:  Builder Tradesperson If you have made a payment claim, and it has either been disputed or not paid, then your eligibility to apply for adjudication will depend on whether a “ payment dispute ” has arisen.  An application for adjudicatio ...

Pages