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Published by Maurice Baroni
Aug 6, 2015 in Employment

Wide ranging investigation powers under WHS Act

In the case of Perilya Limited v Nash [2015] NSWSC 706, Perilya Limited (Perilya), the holding company of Perilya Broken Hill Limited (PBHL) was ordered to pay $40,000 for two offences of not complying with a notice to produce under s155 of the Work Health and Safety Act 2011 (NSW) (the Act) by claiming that the documents were commercially sensitive and contained confidential information. Perilya was also ordered to pay approximately $74,000 in...
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