Have your say

Your feedback is important to guide and develop our regulatory approach to deliver improved outcomes to the New South Wales community.

We welcome submissions on our consultations. Your feedback is important because it helps us deliver improved work health and safety to people across the New South Wales community.

We might not be carrying out public consultations all the time, but when we do we list the projects below and invite you to contribute.

Open consultations

There are currently no consultations open for feedback.

Closed consultations

SafeWork NSW licence register

If any penalty notices are issued in connection with high risk work, asbestos and demolition licences, and general construction induction training cards on or after 1 July 2018, they may be published on the SafeWork licence register.

The draft SafeWork policy for the publishing of penalty notices is available for public comment until 8 June 2018.

Provide your comments via the contact@safework.nsw.gov.au

Visit check a licence for more information.

Revised asbestos blueprint

This consultation closed 12 March 2018.

The Heads of Asbestos Co-ordination Authorities (HACA) asked for input on the revised asbestos blueprint from stakeholders and the community. The second edition of the asbestos blueprint provides an updated overview of the current legislative framework and the roles and responsibilities of the agencies that regulate asbestos in NSW. Feedback on the blueprint is being reviewed to ensure the ongoing improvement of the management and regulation of asbestos in NSW.

Statutory review of the Work Health and Safety Act 2011

This consultation has now closed. Our work heath and safety legislation page has more information.

Draft horse code of practice
This consultation has now closed and the final horse code of practice was gazetted in February 2017.

Submissions made public

Submissions are usually made public. If we do that then we will remove contact details such as email addresses, postal addresses and telephone numbers.

At our discretion we may not publish certain submissions (or part of submissions) due to our assessment of length, content, appropriateness or confidentiality.

If your submission contains confidential or commercially sensitive information that you do not wish to be published, clearly indicate in writing at the time of your submission that you prefer it or any part of it to be treated confidentially. We will then make every effort to protect that information.

All personal information or health information provided in submissions is dealt with in accordance with:

Any requests for access to confidential submissions are dealt with in accordance with the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009.

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