Fitness Industry Code of Practice Review Public Consultation Paper

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ConsumerBusiness / company

June 2018

This public consultation paper invites feedback and/or suggestions from any consumer, fitness services provider, industry association, or other interested stakeholder on:

  1. current and emerging issues and types of fitness services being offered in the marketplace, and whether there is a need for mandatory industry specific regulation in Western Australia; and whether it should apply to the same or new additional types of service providers and fitness activities as those regulated by the 2018 Interim Code;
  2. whether you have experienced a problem as a consumer with joining a fitness centre or gym, purchasing services from a fitness instructor or personal trainer, the terms of your membership agreement, and terminating your membership agreement – and how your problems were resolved;
  3. whether you have experienced a problem as a fitness services provider with transactions with consumers, terms of membership agreements, consumers terminating their membership agreements – and how your problems were resolved; and
  4. whether you believe the 2018 Interim Code provides appropriate mandatory regulation of the fitness industry, or how it can be improved.

Want to make a submission?

Visit the consultation page for more details on the fitness industry code of practice review.

Consumer Protection
Consultations / public comment
Last updated 28 Jun 2018

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