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Buying a car is one of the biggest things you will do other than buying a house, but how you get the right car for you isn't always easy.
Aboriginal consumers
Consumer Protection has a dedicated Aboriginal Community Education Officer who works with Aboriginal communities to help protect their consumer rights. Common issues reported to us include getting repairs and refunds on goods purchased, repair and warranty issues with vehicles, quality of building...
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
The terms and conditions of entering the Consumer Protection Awards
Consumer Protection Awards

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Publications

‘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.
WorkSafe
Checklist
22 May 2014
The Department of Commerce has published the Aboriginal Employment Strategy to outline its commitment to equality in the public sector.
Corporate
Information
27 May 2014

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Announcements

Consumer Protection is warning Western Australians, particularly those in remote and regional communities, about door-knockers offering ‘free’ laptops to people who sign up for courses. Acting Commissioner David Hillyard says varying reports are being looked into and there’s a common theme that consumers are on a low-income and thought they were dealing with someone working for, or associated...
Consumer Protection
Media release
15 Jun 2015

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