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Work Health and Safety Act 2011 No 10
Current version for 6 January 2017 to date (accessed 30 April 2017 at 22:57)
Part 7 Division 4
Division 4 Requirements for WHS entry permit holders
123   Contravening WHS entry permit conditions
A WHS entry permit holder must not contravene a condition imposed on the WHS entry permit.
WHS civil penalty provision.
Maximum penalty: $10,000.
124   WHS entry permit holder must also hold permit under other law
A WHS entry permit holder must not enter a workplace unless he or she also holds an entry permit under the Fair Work Act or the Industrial Relations Act 1996.
WHS civil penalty provision.
Maximum penalty: $10,000.
125   WHS entry permit to be available for inspection
A WHS entry permit holder must, at all times that he or she is at a workplace under a right of entry under Division 2 or 3 of this Part, have his or her WHS entry permit and photographic identification available for inspection by any person on request.
WHS civil penalty provision.
Maximum penalty: $10,000.
126   When right may be exercised
A WHS entry permit holder may exercise a right under Division 2 or 3 of this Part only during the usual working hours at the workplace.
WHS civil penalty provision.
Maximum penalty: $10,000.
127   Where the right may be exercised
A WHS entry permit holder may exercise a right of entry to a workplace only in relation to:
(a)  the area of the workplace where the relevant workers work, or
(b)  any other work area that directly affects the health or safety of those workers.
128   Work health and safety requirements
A WHS entry permit holder must not exercise a right of entry to a workplace under Division 2 or 3 of this Part unless he or she complies with any reasonable request by the relevant person conducting a business or undertaking or the person with management or control of the workplace to comply with:
(a)  any work health and safety requirement that applies to the workplace, and
(b)  any other legislated requirement that applies to that type of workplace.
WHS civil penalty provision.
Maximum penalty: $10,000.
129   Residential premises
A WHS entry permit holder must not enter any part of a workplace that is used only for residential purposes.
WHS civil penalty provision.
Maximum penalty: $10,000.
130   WHS entry permit holder not required to disclose names of workers
(1)  A WHS entry permit holder is not required to disclose to the relevant person conducting a business or undertaking or the person with management or control of the workplace the name of any worker at the workplace.
(2)  A WHS entry permit holder who wishes to disclose to the relevant person conducting a business or undertaking or the person with management or control of the workplace the name of any worker may only do so with the consent of the worker.