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The State Government announced in April 2017 widespread public sector reforms, aimed at creating collaborative departments focused on whole-of-Government objectives and delivering services in the most efficient way. On 1 July, the Departments of Commerce and Mines and Petroleum combined to form the new Department of Mines, Industry Regulation and Safety. The new department has three key business...
Corporate
Department News
01 Jul 2017
The myWA program is seeking to help people and businesses in the community find and access public services online wherever they are, whenever they like, using any device. myWA Alpha is a government digital services portal prototype for convenient access to government services. This is the first step in developing a whole-of-government digital services portal where people can find and access any...
Corporate
Department News
23 Dec 2016
The Western Australian Building and Construction Industry Code of Conduct 2016 applies from 1 January 2017 to the new tendering process of all State building projects. The WA code was developed to ensure that Western Australian government agencies, when expending public funds, contract with building contractors that conduct themselves in a reputable, fair, safe and responsible manner, both in...
WA Building and Construction Code Monitoring Unit / Corporate
Department News
05 Dec 2016
Labour Relations is now located at: Level 4 (Reception is on Level 5) The West Centre 1260 Hay Street West Perth View on Google Maps Wageline's phone number will remain 1300 655 266. Other contact details: Tel: (+618) 6251 2100 Fax: (+618) 6251 2803 Email: labourrelations@commerce.wa.gov.au
Labour Relations / Corporate
Department News
26 Sep 2014
This year’s finalists in the WA Industry and Export Awards program were recognised at a certificate presentation breakfast this morning held at Kings Park. Read the rest of the Media Statement at the WA Government site
Corporate
Media release
17 Sep 2014
Western Australian home and business owners are being urged to contact their builders or electrical contractors to determine the brand of electrical cabling installed in homes or business premises following a national safety recall of Infinity brand cables which don’t comply with Australian safety standards. Energy Safety advises licensed electrical contractors who know or suspect they have...
Building Commission / Consumer Protection / EnergySafety / Corporate
Media release
27 Aug 2014