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VIC Employment Law - Exemption of Fire Evacuation?

Discussion in 'Employment Law Forum' started by Matt_v9, 27 May 2016.

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  1. Matt_v9

    Matt_v9 Active Member

    5 August 2015
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    Hi, I am wanting to know when an employer can exempt their employees from undergoing a fire drill under Employment Law. And how could you confirm that the reason is legitimate?

    I found AS 3745-2010 which I think means that it has to be once a year for everyone, but it mentions about an emergency planning committee that can decide not to have to have the drill.

    Is there any way to confirm why this is happening or that it should be? It's a situation where it's hard to ask because it might be deliberately kept from people (along with other things that should be happening but aren't).

    Thank you.

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