National Structural Metal Product Manufacturing Campaign 2012
Date: 23 March 2012
Campaign type: National
Campaign summary: The Fair Work Ombudsman, for the first time, is conducting a national education and compliance campaign within the structural metal product manufacturing industry. One of the roles of the Fair Work Ombudsman is to make compliance with Australian Workplace laws easier. Therefore we will be contacting industry employers and actively promoting and encouraging them to visit the dedicated web page www.fairwork.gov.au/structuralmetal where they can find information on their workplace obligations and check that their work practices are compliant.
Later in the year we will select a sample number of employers at random for a time record and wage assessment. Employers selected for an assessment will be notified by a Fair Work Inspector. During the campaign Fair Work Inspectors will work with employers, educating them on their obligations and assisting them achieve compliance.
Find answers to frequently asked questions from a free webinar about the campaign and obligations under the Manufacturing & Associated Industries and Occupations Award 2010 held on 2 May 2012.
Structural Metal webinar FAQs
National Vehicle Repair & Maintenance Campaign 2011-2012
Date: 22 November 2011
Campaign type: National
Campaign summary: The Fair Work Ombudsman has commenced the information and awareness phase of the National Vehicle Repair and Maintenance Industry Campaign (the campaign). During the information and awareness phase the Fair Work Ombudsman will be actively promoting the campaign, making written contact with approximately 20,000 vehicle repair and service employers and hosting a webinar on the campaign and obligations under the Vehicle Manufacturing, Repair, Services and Retail Award 2010.
A central focus of the information and awareness phase is the vehicle industry page of Fair Work Online, which we will be encouraging industry employers to visit. This provides a suite of tools, templates, best practice examples and advice which aims to assist vehicle industry employers understand and comply with Australia’s workplace laws. For further information visits the vehicle industry page.
As part of the compliance phase, which commences in January 2012, employers will be randomly selected for a time record and wage assessment. Employers selected for an assessment will be notified by a Fair Work Inspector.
Find answers to frequently asked questions and other resources from a free webinar about the National Vehicle Repair Campaign that was held on 18 January 2012.
National Vehicle Campaign Webinar FAQs
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