WHS obligations for lone worker safety

Supplied by Telora Pty Ltd on Monday, 21 October, 2019


In this white paper, Catherine Dunlop and Courtney Ford of law firm Maddocks define employer responsibilities for worker safety, including for lone workers, and explore possible solutions.

Discover who is legally responsible for keeping workers safe, their obligations. Learn how a PCBU can meet its effective communication obligation for lone workers.

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