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  1. Extended warranties not worth the money

    This announcement is for:  Consumer High number of complaints and enquiries about extended warranties on new cars Similar issues reported on new whitegoods and electronics Shoppers reminded that guarantees under Australian Consumer Law are free As the bus ...

  2. Industrial radiator company and lifting equipment company fined over worker death

    This announcement is for:  Employee / worker Employer Two companies have been fined a total of $800,000 over the death of a worker at a Welshpool factory in 2019. L&M Radiator Pty Ltd, a company that manufactures, services and repairs large industrial ...

  3. WA bans sale of unsafe open-flued gas heaters

    This announcement is for:  Gas worker Consumer Home buyer / owner Open-flued gas space heaters and open-flued decorative effect gas appliances can only be sold if they have new safety features Prohibition applies to the sale of new and second-hand applian ...

  4. Commissioner's Blog: Keeping up with the cost of living

    This announcement is for:  Consumer Times are tough for many Western Australians right now, so lots of households will be looking at ways to manage their rising living costs and keep on top of bills. To help consumers manage their living expenses, the Aus ...

  5. Wageline festive season closure 2022-2023

    This announcement is for:  Employee / worker Employer Wageline will be closed from 4.30pm Friday 23 December 2022 to Monday 2 January 2023, and will reopen at 9am on Tuesday 3 January 2023. Information on employment obligations and entitlements will conti ...

  6. Public holiday information Christmas New Year 2022-23

    This announcement is for:  Employee / worker Employer With Christmas not far away, now is the time for employers and employees in the state industrial relations system to check working arrangements for public holidays over the Christmas New Year period. T ...

  7. Councils urged to stay buoyant on pool barrier inspections

    This announcement is for:  Builder Building surveyor Building practitioner Home buyer / owner Permit authority Local governments must inspect private pool safety barriers at least every four years 1.5% of WA pools were overdue for inspection at 30 June 20 ...

  8. Drainage plumbing work inspections — plumbers notification requirements

    This announcement is for:  Plumber This article is to advise licensed plumbing contractors (LPCs) of changes regarding the available methods to notify the Plumbers Licensing Board (Board) that drainage plumbing is ready to be inspected. LPCs responsible f ...

  9. Investigation into Halloween incident that injured a Perth boy

    This announcement is for:  Consumer Product safety Exploding gunpowder used in a cap gun causes serious hand injury High Wycombe boy is being treated for second degree burns General warning about Halloween novelty items that may pose hazards Consumer Prot ...

  10. WorkSafe investigates another farm death

    This announcement is for:  Employee / worker Employer WorkSafe is investigating the work-related death of a 35-year-old female farmhand at a property near Collie on the 20 October. The woman was reported to have been thrown from a quad bike while rounding ...

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