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Contents (2011 - 10)
Work Health and Safety Act 2011 No 10
Current version for 7 July 2017 to date (accessed 23 October 2017 at 11:42)
Part 11 Section 220
220   Contravention of WHS undertaking
(1)  The regulator may apply to the District Court for an order if a person contravenes a WHS undertaking.
(2)  If the Court is satisfied that the person who made the WHS undertaking has contravened the undertaking, the Court, in addition to the imposition of any penalty, may make one or both of the following orders:
(a)  an order directing the person to comply with the undertaking,
(b)  an order discharging the undertaking.
(3)  In addition to the orders referred to in subsection (2), the Court may make any other order that the Court considers appropriate in the circumstances, including orders directing the person to pay to the State:
(a)  the costs of the proceedings, and
(b)  the reasonable costs of the regulator in monitoring compliance with the WHS undertaking in the future.
(4)  Nothing in this section prevents proceedings being brought for the contravention or alleged contravention of this Act to which the WHS undertaking relates.
 Section 222 specifies circumstances affecting proceedings for a contravention for which a WHS undertaking has been given.