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  1. Crane operator fined for overloading crane and injuring worker

    This announcement is for:  Employee / worker Employer A crane operator has been fined $4400 (and ordered to pay $4700 in costs) after he overloaded a crane and injured another worker when the crane collapsed. Robert Anthony Hoekzema pleaded guilty to fail ...

  2. Avoid Perth petrol price rise

    This announcement is for:  Consumer Business / company Motor industry The average cost of unleaded petrol is set to increase by around 20 cents per litre (cpl) to 139.2 cpl tomorrow, so FuelWatch is encouraging Perth drivers to fill up today to save money ...

  3. Stay safe during summer fun

    This announcement is for:  Consumer As the weather warms up our thoughts often turn to planning for holidays and fun festive celebrations, but it’s important to remember that common items used at this time of year can be hazardous. Water awareness is an o ...

  4. Builder and building surveyor fined over unauthorised waterfront work – Kerry George Parsons; Matthew James Deal; Inclusive Building Consultants Pty Ltd

    This announcement is for:  Builder Building surveyor Consumer The Building Services Board has imposed fines totalling $12,000 in relation to a Mandurah short-stay accommodation development where substantial construction took place without a building permi ...

  5. Public holiday obligations, child employment laws and more- Wageline News

    This announcement is for:  Employee / worker Employer The  Wageline Newsletter December edition  was sent today to approximately 5,000 subscribers, and has been published on the Wageline website. This edition features information about the upcoming Christ ...

  6. Tree lopper fined $6,000 for denying customers a cooling off period (Mitch Grisbrook / Elite Trees)

    This announcement is for:  Consumer A tree lopper has been fined $6,000 and ordered to pay costs of $887 by the Perth Magistrates Court for breaching his customers’ consumer rights to a cooling off period. Mitchell Craig Grisbrook of Connolly, trading as ...

  7. Cyclone contingency plans should be in place

    This announcement is for:  Employee / worker Employer WA is now well into cyclone season, and businesses throughout the State have been reminded to ensure that contingency plans have been established and are in operation. WorkSafe WA Commissioner Ian Munn ...

  8. Spike in reports – tax scam threats leave WA victims $80,000 out of pocket

    This announcement is for:  Consumer A spike in reports of Western Australians losing money to the tax debt scam has prompted Consumer Protection to issue an alert in an effort to reduce the mounting losses. So far this year, 21 victims have reported to WA ...

  9. Commissioner's Blog: New bulletin service for tenants

    This announcement is for:  Consumer Tenant Landlord / lessor Whether you have been renting a home for many years or are just about to jump into the rental market for the first time, it’s important to be aware of your rights and responsibilities. Residenti ...

  10. Changes to renewal reminder notices from January 2019

    This announcement is for:  Builder Building surveyor Electrical contractor / worker Gas worker Licence holders Painter Plumber Property industry As of 1 January 2019, c ourtesy renewal reminder notices for licences, permits and registrations will  only be ...

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