WHS Update — last quarter's hot issues
Minter Ellison has released the latest version of its WHS Update, which outlines the key work health and safety (WHS) developments that have occurred since the July issue. Not surprisingly, the bullying reforms have continued to be the most significant WHS issue in the past quarter…
- Bullying reforms — the Bullying Code and Workers Guide
- The Northern Territory’s first sentence under the harmonised legislation
- The ongoing debate about insurance for directors in WHS matters
- Western Australia’s position on harmonisation
- The model Construction Code being re-issued for public comment
- The progress of mining WHS harmonisation
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