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Before selecting a licenced asbestos removalist, you may wish to confirm that the material to be removed contains asbestos. Only a competent person who has appropriate training, knowledge and experience can identify asbestos containing material (ACM) and determine if the ACM is friable or non-...
Asbestos licensing
To obtain a High Risk Work Licence you will need to be trained by a Registered Training Organisation and assessed by a WorkSafe Registered Assessor. This directory lists assessors who are affiliated with a Registered Training Organisation. At the completion of your training and assessment your...
How to become a high risk work registered assessor
In Western Australia certain demolition work must be carried out by a WorkSafe demolition licence holder. There are three types of demolition licence , please ensure you select the right type of licence holder for the work to be carried out. Find a demolition licence holder Search this directory to...
Demolition licence
Working on or near energised electrical equipment (live work) is the leading cause of burns, shocks, serious accidents and fatalities for electricians. Energy Safety ’s Code of Practice Safe Low Voltage Work Practices by Electricians sets out guidelines issued under the authority of Section 33AA of...
Information for industry
Inhalation of respirable asbestos fibres may cause diseases such as asbestosis, lung cancer and mesothelioma. Risk factors include the dose (number of fibres inhaled), lifetime exposure, fibre type, smoking status and genetics. If the health of a person is at risk as a result of exposure to...
Asbestos
Listed below are the licencing fees for asbestos, demolition, high risk work and high risk work assessors . These fees are current as of 1 July 2016 until 30 June 2017. Please note: No GST is payable on fees. Asbestos Application for restricted asbestos licence : $781 Application for renewal of...
Application forms
Good mobile coverage depends on where you are, the mobile handset, tablet or broadband device you are using and whether it has an external antenna attached. Obstructions such as buildings, vehicles, trees, hills and building materials can all reduce the signal level available for your mobile device...
Regional Telecommunications Project
The Director-General and Corporate Executive are dedicated to maintaining the safety and health of all people associated and affected by our department including employees, contractors, visitors and members of community. In line with our occupational safety and health (OSH) management plan, the...
Other policies and plans
Businesses and employers should always conduct a thorough licence check before engaging workers. When selecting a person to do work that requires a High Risk Work Licence, businesses and employers must consider their duties under the Occupational Safety and Health Act 1984 by: satisfying yourself...
High risk work licence
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This publication is a summary of the Fruit Growing and Fruit Packing Industry Award. This WA Award Summary applies to businesses in the state industrial relations system. It covers businesses which...
Labour Relations
Fact sheet
28 Feb 2017
This publication is a summary of the Landscape Gardening Industry Award. This WA Award Summary applies to businesses in the state industrial relations system. It covers businesses which operate as:...
Labour Relations
Fact sheet
28 Feb 2017
This publication is a summary of the Motel, Hostel, Service Flats and Boarding House Workers Award. This information applies to businesses in the state industrial relations system. It covers...
Labour Relations
Fact sheet
28 Feb 2017
This publication is a summary of the Dental Technicians and Attendant / Receptionists Award. This WA Award Summary applies to businesses in the state industrial relations system. It covers businesses...
Labour Relations
Fact sheet
28 Feb 2017
This publication is a summary of the Hotel and Tavern Workers Award. This WA Award Summary applies to businesses in the state industrial relations system. It covers businesses which operate as: sole...
Labour Relations
Fact sheet
28 Feb 2017
This publication is a summary of the Transport Workers (General) Award. This WA Award Summary applies to businesses in the state industrial relations system. It covers businesses which operate as:...
Labour Relations
Fact sheet
28 Feb 2017
This publication is a summary of the Building Trades (Construction) Award. This WA Award Summary applies to businesses in the state industrial relations system. It covers businesses which operate as...
Labour Relations
Fact sheet
28 Feb 2017
This publication is a summary of the Furniture Trades Industry Award. This information applies to businesses in the state industrial relations system. It covers businesses which operate as: sole...
Labour Relations
Fact sheet
28 Feb 2017
This publication is summary of the Shop and Warehouse (Wholesale and Retail Establishments) Award. This WA Award Summary applies to businesses in the state industrial relations system. It covers...
Labour Relations
Fact sheet
28 Feb 2017
This publication is a summary of the Clerks (Hotels, Motels and Clubs) Award. This information applies to businesses in the state industrial relations system. It covers businesses which operate as:...
Labour Relations
Fact sheet
27 Jun 2016

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Wageline frequently receives calls from both employees and employers regarding the issue of deductions from pay and when it is lawful for a deduction to occur. Information on this issue is on the Deductions from pay page.
Labour Relations
Alert
27 Oct 2016
A proactive inspection program looking at safety standards and issues in the wholesale industry has raised serious concerns with the safety of racking. The inspection program – carried out over the 2015/16 financial year in both metropolitan and regional areas of the State – looked at a wide range of hazards faced by workers in the wholesale trade. WorkSafe Director Joe Attard said today the...
WorkSafe
Media release
14 Oct 2016
A new version of Wageline's Restaurant Tearoom and Catering Workers Award WA Award Summary is now available which contains more detail on pay rates for junior employees. If you have queries about junior rates under this award, please contact Wageline on 1300 655 266.
Labour Relations
Department News
13 Oct 2016
WorkSafe has issued a reminder to employers to use every means at their disposal to protect workers from falls from height. WorkSafe WA Commissioner Lex McCulloch said today falls had led to a large number of deaths and injuries in workplaces over the past ten years. “Over the past ten years, 28 Western Australian workers have lost their lives as the result of work-related falls, four of these...
WorkSafe
Media release
29 Sep 2016
The Wageline Newsletter September 2016 edition has been published today. Wageline Newsletter is an email service which provides updates on: increases to the state minimum wage and WA award rates of pay other changes to key WA awards critical issues employers need to know to comply with state employment laws You can subscribe to the Wageline Newsletter on the Wageline Newsletter page. Wageline's...
Labour Relations
Department News
22 Sep 2016
Every year Wageline receives hundreds of calls about the differences in working arrangements between employees and subcontractors. New information has been added to the Employee or Subcontractor page , including a new version of Wageline’s Employee or Subcontractor Checklist which is designed to assist in understanding the key aspects of each type of working arrangement.
Labour Relations
Department News
19 Sep 2016
WorkSafe is undertaking a proactive inspection program looking at safety issues in the accommodation industry. The inspection program will continue throughout the 2016/17 financial year in Perth and regional areas of the State, and will focus on smaller accommodation providers such as caravan parks, motels and backpacker accommodation rather than large hotels. WorkSafe Director Joe Attard said...
WorkSafe
Media release
16 Sep 2016
With Acting Commissioner for Consumer Protection David Hillyard Scammers are carrying out research into people at various organisations and either hacking computers or impersonating email accounts in a fraud known as a ‘man in the middle’ attack. Consumer Protection and WA Police Major Fraud Squad warn anyone making payments to third parties to be aware of the increased frequency in attempts to...
Consumer Protection
Department News
08 Sep 2016
WorkSafe is undertaking a proactive inspection program looking at safety issues at amusement centres and with operators of inflatable amusement devices. The inspection program will involve inspectors visiting amusement centres and the operators of inflatable devices such as bouncy castles in Perth and regional areas of the State throughout the 2016/17 financial year. WorkSafe Director Joe Attard...
WorkSafe
Media release
05 Sep 2016
WorkSafe is undertaking a proactive inspection program to look at safety issues in the goods and equipment rental and hire industry. The inspection program will involve inspectors visiting goods and equipment rental and hire businesses of all sizes in Perth and regional areas of the State throughout the 2016/17 financial year. WorkSafe Director Joe Attard said today the inspection program had...
WorkSafe
Media release
02 Sep 2016

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