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Herbert H. Fishwick (1882-1957) & Fairfax Corporation, Men standing on a metal girdle during the construction of the Sydney Harbour Bridge, Sydney 1926, nla.obj-163013442
Under the Australian system of government, the States and Territories have responsibility for making laws about workplace health and safety and for enforcing those laws. Each State and Territory has a principal WHS Act.
Some websites you might find useful include:
- Safe Work Australia provides a national forum for State and Territory governments, employers, and employees to consult and participate in WHS policy. It includes links to State and Territory WHS legislation and authorities.
- Australasian Legal Information Institute (AustLII) contains most Australian legislation.
- Federal Register of Legislation is the authorised whole-of-government website for Commonwealth legislation and related documents.
Useful print resources include:
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