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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 10 Duties of subcommittees Duties of WHSAC subcommittees are to: provide advice to WHSAC on implementation and application of the Act in particular industry sectors; examine specific issues referred by WHSAC; and offer a forum for the sharing of information and the identification of opportunities for social partners working together and with the Regulator on OHS issues in specific industry sectors. Meeting and reporting requirements of subcommittees Meetings are to be held at least quarterly and updates provided to the next WHSAC meeting; Once a year, in conjunction with a WHSAC meeting, the subcommittees will present a summary of the activities in the year to date and the operational plan for the coming year; NT WorkSafe is to undertake the function of Secretariat; and A final agenda and papers are to be circulated at least a week prior to each meeting and minutes to be maintained and distributed within a week after each meeting.

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