OHS

OHS is Occupational Health and Safety, sometimes known as Workplace Health and Safety or WHS.

News
The ABCC’s 2021-22 Annual Report has today been tabled in the Parliament of Australia by the Hon Tony Burke MP, Minister for Employment and Workplace Relations. Key achievements
17 November 2022
Basic page
Each year we prepare and submit to the Minister an Annual Report in accordance with section 46 of the PGPA Act. The 2021-22 Annual Report was submitted to the Minister for Employment and Workplace Relations on 20 September 2022.
14 November 2022
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From today, the Australian Building and Construction Commission’s role enforcing the Fair Work Act 2009 in the commercial building and construction industry has transferred to the Fair Work Ombudsman. What’s changing
10 November 2022
News
The Federal Circuit and Family Court has awarded penalties totalling $5,200 against Victorian sole trader Shane Chivell, for failure to comply with two statutory notices during an ABCC investigation into the underpayment of a former employee at his business Brighton H
3 November 2022
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The Australian Human Rights Commission and Respect@Work Council have launched a new website that will help workplaces of all sizes prevent and respond to sexual harassment and create a work culture that is safe, r
3 November 2022
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From 10 November 2022, the ABCC’s role enforcing the Fair Work Act 2009 (FW Act) in the commercial building and construction industry will transfer to the Fair Work Ombudsman. Which functions will move to the Fair Work Ombudsman?
27 October 2022
News
The Federal Court has today penalised the CFMMEU and three of its of representatives $495,000 after they organised unlawful industrial action at the Melbourne University Veterinary School project site.
12 September 2022
News
On 2 September 2022, the Fair Work Commission refused the CFMMEU’s application to renew the federal entry permit of its Queensland official Dean Rielly. The Fair Work Commission found Mr Rielly was not a fit and proper person to hold a federal entry permit.
5 September 2022
Legal Case
The ABCC commenced Federal Circuit and Family Court action on 1 September 2022 against the CFMMEU, CEPU and two officials following alleged right of entry breaches at the 264-apartment residential tower project at 443 Queen Street Brisbane.
5 September 2022
News
The ABCC has started Federal Circuit and Family Court action against the CFMMEU, CEPU and two officials following alleged right of entry breaches at the 264-apartment residential tower project at 443 Queen Street Brisbane.
5 September 2022