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Professional Standards Workshop

Workshops, Definition of a Profession, Workplace Laws

This practical workshop will be an interactive session where attendees can learn from the experience of facilitators and from each other. We encourage associations interested in credentials, certification, accreditation and designations to join us as these topics are explored. Program 8.30am           Arrival Tea and Coffee 9.00am          Session 1: Principles of Credentialing

Working from home: WHS safety laws

Workplace Laws

WHS laws still apply to businesses whose workers are required to work from home.  Employers must still ensure, as far as is reasonably practicable, the health and safety of their workers. The worker also has a responsibility to take reasonable care for his or her own health and safety, including complying with reasonable instructions given by the employer or…

Workplace laws and government support during coronavirus

Operations, Workplace Laws

Associations Forum has gathered a list of essential resources from various authorities that provide answers to frequently asked questions.  Australian workplace laws regarding coronavirus. Fairwork has issued a list of important Government information about coronavirus, the workplace and the obligations to employees under the Fair Work Act. This information is designed to help employers navigate the obligations during the coronavirus crisis and answer some of the frequently asked…

COVID-19 Employer Guide

Operations, Workplace Laws

This detailed guide by the Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry covers how to manage your workplace during the COVID-19 outbreak. It covers the obligations an employer has to ensure a safe working environment, even when employees work from home and the legal requirements when scaling down operations.  Originally published by the Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry. 

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Intuto MAY 23