The Victorian Occupational Health and Safety Act, 2004 gives rights to elected occupational health and safety representatives, as well as obligations to employers regarding reps. Here you can find out more about what those rights are.
For a good general reference, see WorkSafe Victoria's publication Employee Representation
Last amended September 2015
- OHS reps - your rights
- OHS reps and deputies
- I've been given a duty statement..
- Consultation - what does the employer have to do?
- OHS Reps' Right to Training
- Facilities and Time Off
- Discrimination for OHS reasons
- Resources for OHS Reps
- Accidents & Incidents - how should a rep react?
- A PIN: How to use it
- My PIN is cancelled - what can I do?
- Inspectors and PINs
- Discrimination and harassment
- Privacy legislation