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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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Patricia Blake January 2023 - Current Patricia Blake (known as Trish) became Commissioner for Consumer Protection and Executive Director for Consumer Protection in January 2023. Prior to becoming Commissioner Trish has been the Director of Retail and Services within Consumer Protection and worked...
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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...
Consultations
The following provides links to media statements where the Department has named traders (businesses and individuals) or conducted other compliance action for non-compliance with laws administered by Consumer Protection . 2023 2 February - More complaints trigger second warning against aircon/...
Compliance actions
Regulations require LP Gas cylinders be inspected and tested every ten (10) years. Filling damaged or out-of-test date cylinders is illegal and can be dangerous. LP Gas cylinders out-of-test date must not be filled until tested and re-stamped by an approved gas cylinder test station. The approved...
Gas installations
The Director of Energy Safety can prohibit the sale/hire/use of an appliance or component if considered that such appliance/component is, or is likely to become, unsafe or dangerous in use. This applies also to gas appliances/components that are approved. Appliances that may be unsafe or dangerous...
Gas appliances
Consumer Protection was seeking the views of the community as part of a review of laws that regulate residential parks in Western Australia. Status: Closed Closed: 12 September 2014 UPDATE: 2016 Final report - DRIS Background The purpose of this review was to assess the effectiveness of the...
Consultations
The Residential Parks (Long-stay Tenants) Act 2006 ('Parks Act') applies to people who: are renting a relocatable home, such as a caravan or park home and a site on a park for 3 months or more; are renting a site on a park for 3 months or more; had a written, fixed term agreement that expired or...
During a tenancy
Consumer Protection has a variety of prescribed (mandatory) and template forms. The links below are to help you find the form you need: Licences Motor vehicle industry licensing fees and forms (Motor vehicle dealers, salespersons, yard managers, car market operators, repairers and repair businesses...
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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
05 Jan 2023
11 February 2021 In this issue: Two new phases of Residential Rent Relief Grant Scheme Future renting WA - Negotiating guide now available New phases of the Residential Rent Relief Grant Scheme...
Consumer Protection
Bulletin
15 Feb 2021
The Digital DMIRS Strategy seeks to improve the department’s operations and service delivery through the effective use of technology. Some goals of the strategy are to modernise digital systems and...
Corporate
Information
23 Dec 2020
18 December 2020 In this issue: COVID-19 rent laws – how they affect you $600 to pay your power bill – apply for a household electricity credit Consumer Protection December to January office closures...
Consumer Protection
Bulletin
18 Dec 2020
Roughing it no longer has to be part of camping. Portable fridges, barbecues, cookers, outdoor heaters and other portable gas appliances can make camping holidays much more enjoyable. Portable gas...
Building and Energy
Brochure
18 Nov 2021
2 November 2020 Changes to residential parks laws - greater clarity for all residents In this issue: The change to the definition of residential park Take our quick online survey Consumer Protection...
Consumer Protection
Bulletin
02 Nov 2020
15 October 2020 Changes to WA’s residential parks laws – what you need to know In this issue: Upcoming changes to WA’s residential parks laws How the changes will affect you When the changes are...
Consumer Protection
Bulletin
19 Oct 2020
Extension of the COVID-19 rent laws emergency period It’s important for WA park operators to know that the State Government has extended the emergency period under the Residential Tenancies (COVID-19...
Consumer Protection
Bulletin
02 Oct 2020
The department's mental health and wellbeing inspectors have developed a series of resources on workplace mental health and wellbeing. The concepts presented may assist workplaces to discuss, consult...
WorkSafe
Information
15 Jun 2021
COVID-19 Residential Tenancies Mandatory Concilliation Service (RTMCS) The Residential Tenancies Mandatory Conciliation Service (RTMCS) was introduced by the WA Government to help landlords and...
Consumer Protection
Fact sheet
06 Jan 2022

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