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This information is only relevant to employers and employees in the WA state industrial relations system – sole traders, unincorporated partnerships, unincorporated trusts and some incorporated or not for profit organisations. Find out more on the Guide to who is in the WA state system page. If you...
Sick and carer's leave
Employees should be trained to follow the safety procedures that are in place to reduce the risk of aggression in the workplace. There should be prior consultation with all relevant parties regarding the training delivered. This information should also be included in induction training for new...
Aggression
Risk management of aggression in the workplace involves a systematic and planned approach that covers the associated risks to employee safety. A risk assessment involves identifying the sources of risk, risk factors and the consequences if a worker is exposed to a hazard. Hazard identification...
Aggression
This page contains frequently asked questions on aggression in the workplace. Is aggression in the workplace a work issue or a police issue? The Occupational Safety and Health Act 1984 contains general duties and responsibilities placed upon people to ensure their own safety at work, and that of...
Aggression
Duty holders and legislation that relate to aggression in the workplace The Occupational Safety and Health Act 1984 and regulations place certain duties on employers, employees, self-employed people, manufacturers, designers, importers and suppliers and must be complied with. Duties include: Not...
Aggression
This information is only relevant to employers and employees in the WA state industrial relations system – sole traders, unincorporated partnerships, unincorporated trusts and some incorporated or not for profit organisations. Find out more on the Guide to who is in the WA state system page. If you...
Payroll essentials
This information is only relevant to employers and employees in the WA state industrial relations system – sole traders, unincorporated partnerships, unincorporated trusts and some incorporated or not for profit organisations. Find out more on the Guide to who is in the WA state system page. If you...
Payroll essentials
This information is only relevant to employers and employees in the WA state industrial relations system – sole traders, unincorporated partnerships, unincorporated trusts and some incorporated or not for profit organisations. Find out more on the Guide to who is in the WA state system page. If you...
Payroll essentials
For help with finding the right rate of pay for a particular employee or job, follow the three steps below. Step 1 - Are you in the state system? Two different industrial relations systems operate in WA, the state system and the national fair work system. The two systems have different employment...
WA pay rates and award summaries
This information is only relevant to employers and employees in the WA state industrial relations system – sole traders, unincorporated partnerships, unincorporated trusts and some incorporated or not for profit organisations. Find out more on the Guide to who is in the WA state system page. If you...
Pay rates for apprentices and trainees

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This guide will help you better manage the safety and health risks in your business and workplace - Malay
WorkSafe
Information
23 May 2014
An introduction to workplace safety and health management written in Chinese.
WorkSafe
Information
22 May 2014
Do you need to provide safety information in languages other than English?
WorkSafe
Guide / handbook
21 May 2014
This bulletin has been produced to provide guidance for employers in managing the occupational safety and health of migrant workers.
WorkSafe
Guide / handbook
21 May 2014
This bulletin has been produced to provide guidance for community groups on occupational safety and health in relation to migrant workers.
WorkSafe
Guide / handbook
21 May 2014
Would you benefit from guidance on how to create a fatigue management plan for your drivers and operators?
WorkSafe
Information
21 May 2014
What is the difference between a forklift truck and an order picking forklift truck ? When is a licence required for a non-slewing mobile crane and an elevating work platform ?
WorkSafe
Information
21 May 2014
This fact sheet provides information for employees and managers in the baking, restaurant and food preparation industries on the hazards of breathing in flour dust and ways to reduce the risk.
WorkSafe
Bulletin
22 May 2014
Would you like a checklist to assess and manage the risks of aggression in your workplace?
WorkSafe
Information
21 May 2014
Developing and implementing an aggression in the workplace prevention policy can support an employer’s integrated risk management and prevention approach for aggression in the workplace.
WorkSafe
Fact sheet
11 Jun 2014

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Announcements

The regional dates for the Queen’s Birthday public holiday for 2016 have now been published - visit the Regional dates for the Queen's Birthday public holiday page. In all other areas of WA the Queen’s Birthday public holiday will be held on Monday 26 September 2016.
Labour Relations
Alert
13 Apr 2016
Private sector employers and employees now have access to combined information on employment rights and obligations. From 31 March 2016 the Labour Relations website has changed and what was previously two separate sections - one for private sector employers and one for private sector employees has been combined into a single new section titled Private Sector Employers and Employees . All key...
Labour Relations
Department News
31 Mar 2016
Construction sites in Perth’s CBD and surrounds will be the focus of a WorkSafe proactive inspection program next week. WorkSafe Acting Director John Reilly said today the program would involve construction inspectors checking safety standards at construction sites in Perth’s CBD and surrounding suburbs east and west of the city. “The program is part of a continuing series of proactive inspection...
WorkSafe
Media release
30 Mar 2016
A proactive inspection program looking at construction sites in Perth’s southern suburbs has found a high level of compliance in training and licensing, but has raised concerns over the testing and tagging of portable electrical items. The program involved construction inspectors checking safety standards at construction sites across the southern suburbs as far as Mandurah in the final week of...
WorkSafe
Media release
24 Mar 2016
Energy Safety and WorkSafe are investigating the suspected electrocution of an electrician who was working at a property in Yokine yesterday. The man was repairing an air-conditioner in the roof space of the premises. Inspectors travelled to the site soon after and are investigating the circumstances. Energy Safety and WorkSafe thoroughly investigate serious electrical incidents and deaths in WA...
Building and Energy
Media release
16 Mar 2016
A transport company has been fined $75,000 and ordered to pay costs of $1,980 after a worker was seriously injured in their yard in 2013. Marley’s Transport pleaded guilty to failing to provide and maintain a safe working environment and, by that failure, causing serious harm to an employee, and was fined in the Perth Magistrates Court. On January 23, 2013, Marley’s Transport employees were...
WorkSafe
Media release
09 Mar 2016
A crane operating business and one of its employees have been ordered to pay a total of $9,877 over an incident in 2013 where an employee received an electric shock. Cranes R Us (WA) Pty Ltd pleaded guilty to directing a worker to complete high risk work when they were not licensed to do so and was fined $5,000 plus ordered to pay costs of $688.50. Simon Peter Pratt pleaded guilty to failing to...
WorkSafe
Media release
09 Mar 2016
The Industrial Magistrates Court has fined the owner of a Fremantle hairdressing salon over $7,000 for underpaying two employees more than $9,000 between 2011 and 2013. Maurizio Raffa, who owned the Amore for Hair salon, was found to have underpaid a junior apprentice hairdresser $7,300.05 and a senior hairdresser $2,025.72. Mr Raffa was fined $5,830 for underpaying the apprentice and a further $...
Labour Relations
Media release
04 Mar 2016
The Western Australian public holidays for the 2016 Easter period are: Good Friday, Friday 24 March 2016 Easter Monday, Monday 28 March 2016 Award covered employees Employers covered by a WA award should check the relevant award for details on public holiday entitlements and payment arrangements. Some WA awards also provide for additional Easter Saturday rates of pay. The most used of these are...
Labour Relations
Alert
03 Mar 2016
WorkSafe is conducting an inspection program to look at safety standards and issues in WA supermarkets and grocery stores. The program will continue throughout the remainder of the financial year, and will be conducted in both metropolitan and regional areas of the State. WorkSafe Director Joe Attard said today the sector was being targeted because of its high level of work-related injuries...
WorkSafe
Media release
24 Feb 2016

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