Glossary

  • Right of Entry

    Right of entry refers to the part of Commonwealth workplace laws which regulate the rights of organisation officials (such as a trade union) to enter premises. A federal permit holder (ordinarily a union official) may enter a site during working hours to investigate a suspected contravention of the FW Act, or a term of a fair work instrument, to hold discussions during meal times or other breaks with employees and / or to perform inspections and other functions under a State or Territory OHS law.

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