Amusement Devices Code of Practice 2023 commences on 1 February 2024. This code of practice provides practical guidance on how to manage health and safety risks associated with an amusement device at a workplace.
Concrete Pumping Code of Practice 2019 (PDF, 1.04 MB) has been varied on 1 September 2023 to amend an incorrect date reference.
Managing the risk of psychosocial hazards at work Code of Practice 2022 commenced 1 April 2023. The WHS Regulation will also be updated to include psychosocial hazard regulations providing more specific detail about how duties under the WHS Act must be performed.
Managing respirable crystalline silica dust exposure in construction and manufacturing of construction elements Code of Practice 2022 commenced 1 May 2023. This code of practice establishes minimum, enforceable standards for duty holders in the construction industry and in manufacturing businesses.
Codes of practice provide information on a specific issue and help you achieve legal standards.
Remember, these codes don't cover every risk which may arise. It's best for you to consider all hazards connected to your work, not only those that are regulated. If you're a duty holder, you can use another method to meet your legal duties. But you need to make sure your approach gives the same or a higher standard of work health and safety than the relevant code of practice.
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Commencement date: 1 May 2005Varied date: 1 July 2018
Recreational diving, recreational technical diving and snorkelling code of practice 2018 - comparative tableCommencement date: 8 February 2018Varied date: 8 February 2018
Commencement date: 8 February 2018Varied date: 8 February 2018
Commencement date: 1 March 2021Varied date: 1 January 2023