News Items for April 2016

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The Industrial Court convicted labour hire employer, Big Mars Pty Ltd, this week for failing to provide a safe system of work and failing to provide information, instruction, training and supervision.
Australian Consumer Law regulators across Australia, including Consumer and Business Services have put the training industry on notice.
SafeWork SA reminds South Australians that retail trading restrictions will be in place for this Monday’s Anzac Day public holiday.
A new set of guides that aim to ensure fair trading in Australia and protect consumers and businesses are now available online.
An unlicensed car seller from Christie Downs has been convicted and ordered to pay $3,816, following prosecution by South Australia’s consumer watchdog Consumer and Business Services (CBS).
The Government has introduced legislation to reduce the upper limit for Minor Civil matters in the Magistrates Court to $12,000.
Today the Industrial Court convicted Mr Anthony Rosier from Eco Asbestos Removal Service of seven counts of unsafe asbestos removal work.
Grants are now available for local projects that reduce crime and increase community safety.
Police Commissioner Grant Stevens has announced an Equal Opportunity Commission Review of the South Australia Police.
The State’s consumer watchdog has issued a public warning to consumers to be wary of three groups of bitumen bandits targeting rural South Australia.
Latest figures show that the South Australian Employment Tribunal continues to deliver timely, efficient and effective dispute resolution for Return to Work matters.
A new look SafeWork SA will provide tailored support and education services to help employers meet their responsibilities.