Enforceable undertakings

An Enforceable Undertaking (EU) is a legally binding written agreement between WorkSafe ACT and the person who proposed the undertaking. It contains commitments by the applicant to do certain things within a timeframe. These commitments need to be designed to deliver measurable benefits to safety for:

  • the workplace
  • their industry
  • the community

WorkSafe ACT is not obliged to accept an EU but will carefully consider proposals. An EU will not be accepted for a category 1 offence under the Work Health and Safety Act 2011.

To find out more about enforceable undertakings, read the enforceable undertaking general guidelines.

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