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New whistleblowing protections passed by Senate, with some tweaks

USA, Australia - December 20 2018 Many companies will soon need to adopt a whistleblower policy (or to expand their existing policy) as Federal whistleblowing laws are closer to being...

Andrew Walker, Dan Trindade.

Union officials can huff and puff but without an entry permit they can't come in

Australia - June 8 2017 This decision restores the position that was generally accepted a union official must hold a valid entry permit under the Fair Work Act to enter...

Dan Trindade.

Rights of entry: is taking photographs during a WHS inspection covered under your right to inspect?

Australia - October 29 2015 A recent Federal Court case has specifically identified entry rights and rights of inspection as two hot topics to be further considered by the Court...

Ashleigh Buckland.

Are public servants responsible if a government contractor breaches work safety laws?

Australia - December 11 2014 The Commonwealth's health and safety duties can extend to cover workers employed by private companies that the Government contracts to provide...

Jennifer Wyborn.