The NT Government has begun a six-month independent review of NT WorkSafe.
The reviewer will work closely with a Territory reference group made up of industry, union and government nominees to look into strengthening NT WorkSafe’s policies, procedures, and activities.
As part of this undertaking, the independent reviewer has drafted a discussion paper to seek public feedback and input into the review.
Attorney General, Natasha Fyles, said it’s important to ensure the regulator has the best possible operating model to protect Territory workers and support business.
“This six-month review of NT Worksafe will look at the policies, procedures, and activities in place and consider how best practices can be implemented to support staff and stakeholders.”
The reviewer will provide a final report back to the Attorney-General and Minister for Justice by December 2018.