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  1. Make sense of small business employment obligations

    This announcement is for:  Employee / worker Employer There are two systems of employment law that operate in WA – the state industrial relations system and the national fair work system. These systems have different employment obligations, so getting the ...

  2. New appointment to spearhead consumer issues in the Goldfields

    This announcement is for:  Consumer Bouyden McKenzie takes up position in Consumer Protection’s Kalgoorlie office His experience in supporting and educating the community useful in new role Department’s presence in the region increases ability to deal wit ...

  3. New appointment to spearhead consumer issues in the Mid-West

    This announcement is for:  Consumer Candice Evans to lead the team in Consumer Protection’s Geraldton office Her experience in helping tenants will be useful in new role Consumer Protection’s presence in the region increases ability to deal with local iss ...

  4. Former shire building surveyor fined $1,000 for misleading conduct – Darryle Baxter

    This announcement is for:  Building surveyor Builder Permit authority Consumer Former Shire of Cuballing building surveyor unintentionally misled the Shire of Narrogin Errors included the wrong type of certificate, no DFES review and non-compliant fire hy ...

  5. What to do if you have been underpaid

    This announcement is for:  Employee / worker Employer Employees who believe they have been underpaid can make an underpayment complaint to Wageline, which is part of Private Sector Labour Relations at the Department of Mines, Industry Regulation and Safet ...

  6. Gifting circle committing participants to break the law (The Commitment Circle / Foundation Gifting / 63K Masterminds)

    This announcement is for:  Consumer Reports of people participating in another illegal pyramid scheme/gifting circle The Commitment Circle is believed to have originated in New Zealand The scheme has targeted people in remote Indigenous communities in Aus ...

  7. Commissioner's blog: Food coach with appetite for change wins award

    This announcement is for:  Consumer Witnessing the effects food additives had on her own children inspired a Western Australian mother to create a movement that has been recognised in this year’s Consumer Protection Awards. Francine Bell of Additive Free ...

  8. Urgent safety warning after WA child consumes hand sanitiser

    This announcement is for:  Consumer Product safety Business / company Six year old child recovers from ingesting alcohol-based hand sanitiser Consuming sanitiser can cause serious health issues Sanitiser bottles should be kept out of reach of children An ...

  9. Important information regarding amendments to the Plumbers Licensing and Plumbing Standards Regulations 2000

    This announcement is for:  Plumber Plumbing work on-the-job by pre-apprentices undertaking a Certificate II in Plumbing qualification In April 2021 the Department of Mines, Industry Regulation and Safety’s Building and Energy Division (Building and Energy ...

  10. Stony silence after WA consumers pay for stone repairs and cleaning (Stone Repair Pro Pty Ltd / Darren Hemmings/Hemmynges)

    This announcement is for:  Consumer Queensland-based company and Director fined a total of $6,000 Court orders two WA consumers be paid $2,183.50 in compensation Traders warned not to betray consumers’ trust by failing to deliver A stone repair and cleani ...

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