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Webinar: “Regulators!” – Employer rights and obligations when dealing with WHS Regulators and WHS Inspectors.

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The range of civil penalties and criminal charges employers, managers and employees can face for WHS incidents. If you thought criminal records and jail time don’t apply to WHS matters – think again!

Please join our Managing Director, Athena Koelmeyer, as she reviews the model Work Health Safety laws with a particular focus on:

  • The powers of WHS regulators and WHS inspectors;
  • Enforcement measures available to WHS regulators and WHS inspectors; and
  • How employers can prepare for WHS inspector visits.

Athena will also look at the range of civil penalties and criminal charges employers, managers and employees can face for WHS incidents. If you thought criminal records and jail time don’t apply to WHS matters – think again!

This is a must attend webinar for all HR and WHS Managers and anyone else who has a WHS responsibility in their workplace.

The webinar will begin at 11.00 am (AEST) on Wednesday, 29 August 2018. Not at your desk? No problem, simply download the GoToWebinar app and listen wherever you may be.

Reserve your spot today, this webinar is FREE^ of charge!

^Please note that places are strictly limited, Workplace Law reserves the right to decline registrations at its discretion.

 

 

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