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            Breakfast Seminar: Contractual allocation of WHS risk – Management of subcontractors

            Not your employee, not your problem, right? Flawed thinking. Principals need to think carefully about ensuring the right settings are in place to ensure the safety of contractors and their employees.
            Construction and Infrastructure

            Date
            28 November 2018 07:00
            to
            28 November 2018 07:30

            Locations
            DWF (Australia) Brisbane Office
            Level 36, Riverside Centre
            123 Eagle Street
            QLD 4000

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            Understanding the extent of your obligations as Principal Contractor is critical - failure to manage the risks associated with your contractors, subcontractors, labour hire employees and outworkers can place you at risk of prosecution by the regulator. Join DWF Partner Damian Hegarty and Director Andrew Ross for an interactive seminar to assist you to develop and implement sound management strategies for your subcontracting arrangements.
            7:00am-7:30am: Registration and light breakfast
            7:30am-8:30am: Seminar presentation

            Topics:

            Contractual allocation of WHS risk – Management of subcontractors

            Speakers: 

            Matthew SmithDamian Hegarty & Andrew Ross

            Meet the speakers

            Matthew Smith

            • Principal Lawyer // Head of Employment, Safety & Regulatory (Australia)

            Damian Hegarty

            • Principal Lawyer

            Andrew Ross

            • Supervising Lawyer

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