Latest enforceable undertaking News

Mercury Commits To $1.15m Safety Spend
IAG Back-pays Workers $37 Million
IAG enters Enforceable Undertaking with Fair Work Ombudsman
Insurance Australia Group signs Enforceable Undertaking, as FWO urges boards to focus on corporate culture
CBL managing director Peter Harris admits continuous disclosure and fair dealing contraventions and agrees Enforceable Undertaking
Optus Penalised $1.5M For Public Safety Failures
Unlawful native vegetation clearing results in enforceable undertaking for landholder
Compliance Update – 1 October To 31 December 2023
Formal warning for The Lines Company outages – focus on recovery plan
ASIC accepts court enforceable undertaking from former Melbourne financial adviser
Safety boost for Police speed camera operators
Designated complaints legislation welcomed
Optus Retail signs Enforceable Undertaking
Stevedoring company investing in training and research following enforceable undertaking
New protections for telco customers experiencing hardship
ASIC accepts court enforceable undertaking from buy now, pay later provider Elepay
ACCC to examine prices and competition in supermarket sector
Employers fined more than $16 million for safety breaches  
$54,000 fine and reparation after fall from ship 27 December
Fall from height to cost recycler $295,000
$263,000 penalty after hiding 14,000 tonnes of general and asbestos waste
Fair Work Commission’s first enforceable undertaking
The Fair Work Commission’s first Enforceable Undertaking (EU)
Australia Post compensates customers for lost and damaged parcel claims
Fishing company to offer watchkeeping training following enforceable undertaking
Forestry Corporation’s reckless record of illegal logging continues, Greater Gliders only safe thanks to local forest defenders
Telstra penalised $300,000 for repeat customer safety and privacy failures
Hand injury again highlights need to train staff to keep them safe
Primo to pay $150,000 after Cooks River discharge
AUSTRAC accepts enforceable undertaking from Gold Corporation
Forestry Corp to pay $500,000 after removal of trees at Coopernook State Forest
Enforceable undertaking in Coopernook State Forest
Seven breaches local content rules for Mildura
Kmart pays $1.3m penalty for spam breaches
Brilliant Lighting admits to engaging in resale price maintenance
ACCC authorises Brookfield and MidOcean’s acquisition of Origin
Webull and Wine Collective breach spam laws
Ampol to pay over $700,000 after oily water spill in Kurnell
Search engine code gets green light with new AI protections
Falling power tester costs lift company $240,000
Albanese Labor Government to criminalise wage theft
26 storey pipe fall lands company $200,000 safety spend
Safety commitment agreed after sea cave ordeal
Manufacturer fined $40,000 after worker loses fingers
Enforceable undertaking funds new fishing industry training
Bache Bros pays penalty for alleged Horticulture Code breach