Complaints and Problems Consumer Protection can help with a range of consumer right issues such as: Renting / tenancy / landlord problems Your rights when shopping Motor vehicle (Cars, boats and motorbikes) / dealer / mechanic problems Tradespeople and services Charities, associations and clubs...
Aboriginal consumers
The Western Australian Consumer Protection Awards provides an opportunity to reward and recognise the achievements of individuals, non-government organisations, businesses, local governments, journalists and media outlets that have increased awareness of consumer issues, provided support for...
Consumer Protection Awards



Many people don’t know where to turn to for tips and advice, especially when they need it most. So whether you need advice about buying property, booking travel, day-to-day shopping concerns or scams...
Consumer Protection
Guide / handbook
27 May 2014
Consumer Protection Division Indigenous Consumers Education Plan - 12 Principles The Commitment What Consumer Protection is doing Principle 1: Consumer Protection will work in consultation and...
Consumer Protection
20 Oct 2021
‘Indigenous Consumers Count’ are reports examining consumer issues faced by Indigenous Western Australians and whether consumer protection services adequately meet the needs of this diverse...
Consumer Protection
Guide / handbook
16 Dec 2015
WorkSafe has produced this checklist to assist you in inspecting your workplace in regards to evacuation and first aid. Although the checklists do not cover all the requirements under workplace safety and health laws, they will give you a better idea of whether your workplace meets basic standards of safety. They will also assist in laying the foundation for a safety and health management system at your workplace.
22 May 2014
The Department of Commerce has published the Aboriginal Employment Strategy to outline its commitment to equality in the public sector.
27 May 2014



Consumer Protection is warning Western Australians not to deal with Gerardus (Gerry) Hermanus Jorissen who has sent at least $200,000 of other people’s money to overseas criminals under the guise of an investment scheme. Mr Jorissen who lives in Moora, came to the attention of authorities in 2013 as a possible fraud victim identified by Project Sunbird – an anti-fraud initiative run...
Consumer Protection
Media release
23 Jun 2015


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