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Workplace Health and Safety Advisory Council : Workplace Health and Safety Act Annual report 2010 - 2011



Workplace Health and Safety Advisory Council : Workplace Health and Safety Act Annual report 2010 - 2011

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Workplace Health and Safety Adviosry Committee


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Date:2011; Workplace Health and Safety Act




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12/01/2012 Workplace Health & Safety Advisory Council Annual Report 2010-11 page 5 Who are the Members? Section 23 of the Workplace Health and Safety Act provides: Membership of Council (1) The Council consists of: (a) the Executive Director, NT WorkSafe; and (b) not more than ten other members appointed by the Minister. (2) The membership of the Council must: (a) include members with a wide range of experience extending as far as possible across all major industry sectors in the Territory; and (b) include representatives of organisations representing employers, and representatives of organisations representing employees, in equal or approximately equal numbers. (3) Before making an appointment to the Council, the Minister must: (a) invite recommendations for appointment to the Council from interested organisations and persons; and (b) consider all recommendations made in response to the notice. (4) The invitation must be published in the Gazette and in any other way the Minister considers appropriate.

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