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ABC News reports that employers wanting to be present during the medical consultations of injured workers have been told by the WA Government regulator WorkCover that they are not welcome to do so. A ‘clarifying notice’ was issued after WorkCover acknowledged the practice of some employers attending medical appointments with their employees who were injured.

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Compulsory Takata Airbag Recall - ACCC briefing: What dealers and other automotive industries must know!

Key Points:

  • Briefing to be held 28th May 2018
  • Speakers include ACCC, Corrs Chambers Westgarth (Advisers to the Takata Task Force)
  • Interested parties should register below (Free)

 

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MTA WA Divisional Manager Mark Curnow conducted a training night for “first responders” on Wednesday 2nd May, with the aim of educating emergency services on the specialised shut-down procedures for Electric Vehicles (EV) in the event of an accident.

The evening was held in the MTA WA’s Automotive Institute of Technology's advanced training workshop and allowed for detailed theoretical and practical demonstrations. [Photos at end of the article, full gallery is HERE]

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Friday, 27 April 2018 11:32

Where have our stars gone?

Some of the most respected car manufacturers are releasing models or variants that are receiving 3 or 4 star Australian New Car Assessment Program (ANCAP) safety ratings. We investigate the story behind the stars.

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How the MTA WA can help you avoid fines and back-pay during the current audit sweep of WA.

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The Department of Transport is is inviting applications for suitably qualified organizations with an established premise in South East Wheat belt Region to perform vehicle inspection services.
Details of the tender and application process can be found via the below link;

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An employee of an Attadale car dealership has been fined $9500.00 (and ordered to pay $12,052.75 in costs) over the death of a fellow worker at the dealership in 2013.

Leslie Taylor was found guilty of failing to take reasonable care not to adversely affect another person and, by that failure, causing the death of that person, and was fined in the Fremantle Magistrates Court today.

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