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ABCC's use of coercive powers up 175%: annual report

The ABCC substantially increased its use of its compulsory examination power in 2007-08, almost tripling the number of notices to attend and answer questions, its annual report reveals. 

Reforms welcome, but improvements can still be made to the Fair Work Bill

The UnionsWA submission to the Senate Inquiry into the Fair Work Bill says that some elements of the Bill do not go far enough in restoring the balance for employees.

UnionsWA OSH Officer appointed to WorkCoverWA Board

UnionsWA  OSH Officer appointed to WorkCoverWA Board

Danger time for workplace incidents is here

WorkSafe has issued a reminder to keep workplace safety in mind when returning to work after the festive season.

Unions pressure Telstra to resume negotiations
THOUSANDS of Telstra workers are set to resume rolling strikes and bans on working overtime this weekend after a lull in industrial action during the Christmas-new year break.
Anti-disease centre named after Banton


BERNIE BANTON'S fight against asbestos-related disease will live on.

A $2.5 million Bernie Banton Centre of Research Excellence into Asbestos Related Disease, and the Bernie Banton Asbestos Research Fellowship, will be created in memory of Mr Banton, who died a year ago today from mesothelioma.


Campaign silence on IR Laws dishonest

The WA minister responsible for industrial relations, Troy Buswell, has announced significant changes to work laws affecting up to 150,000 WA workers, but refuses to give detail.

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