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.
Explore the following pages under this section to obtain more specific information:
- Approved enforceable undertakings
- Enforceable undertakings - General guidelines for applicants
- Guidance note - Enforceable undertakings - Information at a glance
- Guidance note - Enforceable undertakings - Information for auditors
- Guidance note - Enforceable undertakings - Information for injured persons, next of kin or guardians
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