OHS

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

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Australian Building and Construction Inspectors (ABC Inspectors) are appointed under the Building and Construction Industry (Improving Productivity) Act (BCIIP Act).
19 August 2018
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What is required? Commonwealth funded projects that meet the funding thresholds stipulated in Schedule 2 of the Code for the Tendering and Performance of Building Work 2016 (the Code) are required to have a Workplace Relations Management Plan (WRMP).
3 June 2019
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What laws must I comply with? If you’re a code covered entity, you’re required to comply with a number of laws. It’s important to know what these laws are, because failure to comply may result in a breach of the Code. To help you understand these laws, we’ve outlined them for you below.
19 August 2018
Legal Case
The ABCC commenced proceedings against the CFMEU and its (now former) SA organiser Mark Gava alleging he purported to exercise a right of entry onto the Flinders Medical Centre Transforming Health project site in December 2016 while knowing he did not have a valid right of entry permit.
31 August 2018
Legal Case
The trial was held for six days commencing on 27 July 2015. A decision regarding liability was handed down on 31 May 2016. The Court found contraventions of s343(1) of the Fair Work Act against all respondents.
31 August 2018
Legal Case
The Federal Circuit Court on 28 February 2020 penalied the CFMMEU and five of its officials $486,500. The union was found to have organised unlawful blockades and work disruptions targeting Sydney concreting company De Martin and Gasparini (DMG) in 2015.
31 August 2018
Legal Case
On 6 December 2019, the Federal Court handed down penalties of $270,000 against the CFMMEU for unlawfully picketing two Melbourne construction sites in 2017.
31 August 2018
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Table of ContentsEnterprise Agreements and the Code Letter of Compliance
3 January 2020
Legal Case
The Federal Court has today imposed penalties totalling $44,000 against the CFMMEU and its delegate James Fissenden for coercing a worker to join the union.
14 October 2019

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