Research Legislation Template

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Part A –    You are to research the current pieces of Legislation, Codes of Practices and National Standards listed below to provide instructions to event staff and management to ensure compliance in their day-to-day work practices whilst working in an Events Management organisation.

 

  1. The Anti-Discrimination Act 1991

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Staff and management comply with this law by following the procedures listed below:

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  1. The Privacy Act 1988

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Staff and management comply with this law by following the procedures listed below:

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  1. The Copyright Act 1968 and the Copyright Amendment 2000

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3.1 Staff and management comply with this law by following the procedures listed below copyright on Text, logos, graphics and photographic material by:

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Copyright includes music compositions and the lyrics and words as well as the recording of the various artists.   Businesses can comply with music copyright by:

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  1. Competition and Consumer Act 2010

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Staff and management comply with this law by following the procedures listed below:

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Contracts with suppliers, artists and entertainers are an integral part of an event operation.  Staff and management can comply with contract law by:

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  1. Security Providers Act 1993 and the Crowd Controllers Code of Practice 2008

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Staff and management comply with this law by following the procedures listed below:

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  1. Environmental Protection Act 1994

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Staff and management comply with this law by following the procedures listed below:

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  1. Waste Management Act 1996, Reduction and Recycling Act 2011 and Reduction and Recycling Regulations 2011

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Staff and management comply with this law by following the procedures listed below:

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  1. Food Safety Act 2006

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Staff and management comply with this law by following the procedures listed below:

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  1. The Liquor Act 1992

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Staff and management comply with this law by following the procedures listed below:

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  1. The Tobacco and other Smoking Products Act 1998 and Tobacco and Other Smoking Products Regulation 2010

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Staff and management comply with this law by following the procedures listed below:

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  1. Charitable and Non – Profit Gaming Act 1999 (Fundraising Activities such as raffles)

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Staff and management comply with this law by following the procedures listed below:

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  1. Work Health and Safety Act 2011 and How the Manage Work Health and Safety Risks: Code of Practice 2011

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Staff and management comply with this law by following the procedures listed below:

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  1. Licensed personnel – Australian Workplace Safety Standards Act 2005 including Fireworks in Queensland

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Staff and management comply with this law by following the procedures listed below:

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  1. Public Liability Insurance Act 1991 & Civil Liability Act 2003

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Staff and management comply with this law by following the procedures listed below:

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Part B – Describe the use and application of a ‘Code of Practice’ and discuss ‘ethical issues’ faced by event staff and management in their day to day operations

  1. A Code Of Practice                                   do not use W H & S Code of Practice

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  1. Ethical issues faced by staff and management in the event industry –   DO NOT PROVIDE LEGAL ISSUES

 

An example: Please delete this example and provide 4 Ethical issues faced by staff

 

Exploiting Volunteers – it is important to ensure the volunteers are treated in and moral and ethical manner. The volunteers must not be overworked and if necessary must be fed and given reasonable breaks. As volunteers are not paid it is important to ensure they are comfortable with the roles that are expected of them.  Volunteers have rights and responsibilities, and should not be in the place of paid staff, but should support staff in Not for profit Organisation such as The Queensland Cancer council.

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