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UpdatesAug 05, 2022

SafeWork SA inspectors targeting risks of violence and aggression in retail

SafeWork SA launched a state-wide compliance campaign in July to ensure businesses in the retail sector are managing the risks associated with violence and aggression.

Work-related violence and aggression, which are common in the retail sector, include any incident in which a worker is verbally abused, threatened or physically assaulted in circumstances relating to their work. Examples include:

Work-related violence can cause both physical and psychological harm to workers. SafeWork SA inspectors are auditing retail outlets across the state to ensure that businesses have:

Inspectors will educate persons conducting a business or undertaking to ensure they are informed of their work health and safety obligations, responsibilities and how to appropriately manage risks.

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