WHS laws are changing in Queensland, with severe penalties for non-compliance hitting individuals and businesses hard.
If you have any business dealings in Queensland, you must be aware of these changes.
These changes shift the focus of responsibility not only on senior managers, but squarely on the shoulders of any employee that holds a role in deciding or influencing safety management and culture in the workplace.
To help you understand the complexities of the changes, ABLA has prepared a briefing document. These laws are complex and the implications of non-compliance significant. As a guide, this document will help you identify what your next steps should be in reviewing your WHS strategy.
Our team at ABLA are ready to help you make sense of these changes and work with your team to review your strategy for compliance. Call us today and take a step closer to compliance for your business
Download the WHS briefing document here