Patrick guilty of discrimination in Geelong health & safety rep dispute
A MELBOURNE magistrate has found stevedoring company Patrick guilty of three counts of retaliatory discrimination against an employee who raised health and safety concerns in 2007.
Section 76 of the Victorian Occupational Health and Safety Act (2004) prohibits employers from actually, or threatening, to subject an employee to detrimental work conditions because that employee expressed concerns for, or took action in respect of, health and safety...
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