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Safe Work Australia has created an easy to follow infographic to advise workplaces on the steps they should take if a worker comes down with a suspected or confirmed case of COVID-19.
COVID 19 - Coronavirus
This page contains frequently asked questions on COVID-19. Is physical distancing required at work? Appropriate physical distancing measures will depend on the workplace, work activities being conducted and the risks, and may include: Providing information to workers on physical distancing...
COVID 19 - Coronavirus
This page contains frequently asked questions about vaping. Is vaping hazardous? Yes, vaping can be hazardous. The nature of the hazard will depend upon factors such as the liquid used in the e-cigarette and the health status of the individual. In 2019, there were 2290 cases of lung injury...
Smoking
This overview explains how personal information is collected, used and disclosed by the Bond Administrator and officers authorised under the Residential Tenancies Act 1987 and the Residential Parks (Long-stay tenants) Act 2006 (the Acts). Personal information collected by the Bond Administrator...
Bonds
Consumer Protection regularly produces and updates publications about living in and operating residential parks, including the following: Bulletins Residential parks bulletins Publications Park living information booklet Long stay tenure in residential parks On site home agreement information sheet...
Park managers
The below information will assist if a landlord or park operator cannot contact the tenant, or the tenant has not provided instruction for the abandoned goods. Need to dispose of a previous tenant's belongings? Follow the information below and use this checklist to help you dispose of belongings a...
When a tenancy ends
Keeping safe in your rental property Quick close this page To close this window immediately, click on the orange exit button (right on a desktop computer or bottom for a mobile device) or press Ctrl +W if you are using a keyboard. For information about how to browse incognito, erase your history,...
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Gary Newcombe May 2021 - Current Gary Newcombe became Commissioner for Consumer Protection and Executive Director for Consumer Protection on Monday 24th May 2021. Gary has 40 years' experience in the Commonwealth and State public sectors and the Western Australian Parliament, primarily in the areas...
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In Western Australia workers have been killed by lightning, the most recent in 2014 when a backpacker working on a farm at Bruce Rock died after she was struck by lightning. Workers are most at risk working out in the open, on the sea or other waterways or sheltering under trees or other structures...
Environmental factors
Consumer Protection has undertaken a review of the laws which regulate long‑stay residential park tenancies in Western Australia. Status: Completed Background The purpose of this review is to assess the effectiveness of the operation of the Residential Parks (Long-stay Tenants) Act 2006 (RPLT Act...
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This form is to be used for a residential parks long-stay tenancy. A park operator / managing real estate agent must issue this notice to tenant/s of the residential park of when a new or altered...
Consumer Protection
Form – notification
31 Jan 2022
This form is to be used for a residential parks long-stay tenancy. A park operator / managing real estate agent must issue this notice to the tenant/s of the residential park on the outcome of the...
Consumer Protection
Form – notification
31 Jan 2022
This form is to be used for a residential parks long-stay tenancy. A park operator / managing real estate agent must issue this notice to the tenant/s of the residential park on the proposal to make...
Consumer Protection
Form – notification
31 Jan 2022
This form is to be used for a residential parks long-stay tenancy. A park operator / managing real estate agent may issue this notice to increase the rent payable by the tenant under a long-stay...
Consumer Protection
Form – notification
31 Jan 2022
Operators and residents of residential parks and lifestyle villages Changes are on the way! From 31 January 2022, changes to the Residential Parks legislation take place. This will affect your...
Consumer Protection
Brochure
10 Dec 2021
3 December 2021 Upcoming changes to residential parks laws On 31 January 2022, changes to residential parks laws will commence. The changes improve the security of long-stay tenancy agreements and...
Consumer Protection
Bulletin
03 Dec 2021
24 November 2021 Increasing the rent during a tenancy Consumer Protection has recently received a rise in queries about rental increases . A park operator can increase the rent for a long-stay...
Consumer Protection
Bulletin
25 Nov 2021
1 October 2021 Important changes to abandoned goods processes and mould in rental properties In this issue: Important changes to handling goods abandoned at the end of a tenancy Mould in rental...
Consumer Protection
Bulletin
13 Oct 2021
16 September 2021 Passing on electricity usage and supply costs to tenants Due to the nature and set-up of residential parks, it is common for park operators to on-supply electricity by on-selling...
Consumer Protection
Bulletin
30 Sep 2021
It's important for employers and workers to be prepared for the risks associated with cleaning up after a natural disaster. This publication has important health and safety information for cleaning...
WorkSafe
Information
20 Apr 2021

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