Check in time – 7.50 am
Session start – 8.00 am
Session finish – 9.15 am
Public transport access via Martin Place or Town Hall stations.
Parking accessible via Wilsons Parking at 19 Martin Place.
My Powers Rule: Investigations and Enforcement Powers
Since the introduction of the model WHS laws in January 2012, regulators and inspectors have exercised broad powers to enter work sites, obtain documents and compel answers to questions.
It is important that businesses and their officers and workers understand how those powers can be exercised, and the rights that they have when dealing with a regulator or inspector.
In this session we unpack WHS regulator and inspector enforcement powers, recent changes to those powers, and further changes on the horizon.
This is an excellent opportunity to:
Learn about state-wide trends workplace investigations
Acquire insights to apply in your own organisational context
Participate in discussion with industry peers
Speaker: Scarlet Reid, Partner, McCullough Robertson Lawyers
As a former senior prosecutor with a work, health & safety regulator, Scarlet has particular expertise in regulatory compliance and defending regulatory prosecutions and is recognised as a leading safety lawyer.
Scarlet frequently assists her clients with investigations, inquiries and litigation related to workplace misconduct, including allegations of fraud, corruption and discrimination and represents clients in a myriad of Federal and State courts and tribunals.
You will receive an automatic email and receipt to confirm your registration.
Registration closes Friday 30 August 2019
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