Effective and ongoing stakeholder engagement enables better planned and more informed policies, projects and services including a greater understanding and management of issues and potential risks. For stakeholders, the benefits of engagement include the opportunity to have their issues heard and contribute to the decision-making process.
The following engagement principles are used when conducting our business:
Inclusive – We understand and acknowledge stakeholders’ views and consider the issues from their perspective, and be clear and open in our communications.
Relevant – We are risk-based and adaptive, and continuously adjusting our focus in response to changing circumstances, seeking the best outcome for the people of Western Australia.
Responsive – We keep stakeholders informed of issues that affect them by providing transparent, timely, consistent and accessible information and feedback, and engage in a manner that encourages mutual trust and respect.
Stakeholders are individuals, groups or organisations affected, directly or indirectly, by our activities and those that affect our activities. These include the broader community, internal staff, communities affected by mining or petroleum activities, local State and federal governments, community groups, Aboriginal communities and industry groups.
Open for public consultation
|Draft for public consultation||Summary||Date closing||Status|
|Draft for public consultation: Workplace behaviour code of practice||
The Commission for Occupational Safety and Health seeks your comments.
This code focuses on the general principles applied to the prevention and management of inappropriate or unreasonable behaviour in the workplace. The intent of this code of practice is to provide practical guidance for workplaces where people may be exposed to various forms of inappropriate or unreasonable workplace behaviour including physical assault, verbal abuse, threats, intimidation and harassment.
The guidance in this code of practice should be considered in conjunction with the general duties in the Occupational Safety and Health Act 1984 and the draft Violence and aggression at work code of practice .
|30 August 2021||Any queries can be sent via email to email@example.com|
|Draft Guideline for the Development of Petroleum, Geothermal and Pipeline Environment Plans in Western Australia||
The Department of Mines, Industry Regulation and Safety (DMIRS) is seeking comment from stakeholders on the revised draft Guideline for the Development of Petroleum, Geothermal and Pipeline Environment Plans in Western Australia.
The document, which will be available on the department’s website for public consultation for 12 weeks, amalgamates the following existing guidance material:
The department is seeking feedback on the guidelines, particularly on the rehabilitation and closure content (Section 188.8.131.52).
|Tuesday 5 October 2021||Email any comments or feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org|
For previous consultations conducted by the Department, please visit https://www.dmirs.wa.gov.au/content/closed-consultations
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