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Member Workshops

Member Workshops will be running as a combination of in-person attendance and virtually via Microsoft Teams. In person attendance is limited to 10 people per session due to COVID-19 restrictions and room capacity. You will be able to select your preference when registering to attend the event.

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Sessions

Strata Information Session

Date: 10 March 2021
Time: 8:00 am - 9:00 am
Location: MBA ACT- 1 Iron Knob Street. Fyshwick ACT 2609 and Virtually Via Microsoft Teams
Cost: FREE for members

Join MBA and Susan Proctor, strata specialist, to learn about the Unit Titles Legislation Amendment Act 2020. This act has been implemented to improve the management of units plans in the ACT, with a particular focus on mixed-use developments. This act includes important and significant changes with respect to mixed use developments, titling arrangements and shared services within buildings.

Attendees will have the opportunity to ask questions of our presenter.

Meet Susan:

Susan has been recognised in Doyle’s Guide as a Leading Property and Real Estate Lawyer in 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019.

Susan specialises in strata developments and acts for both developers and owners corporations in different stages of a development. Susan is a member of the Australian College of Strata Lawyers and a member of the ACT Strata Reform Consultative Group which has assisted ACT Government introducing legislative reform for mixed use developments in the ACT.  Susan’s practice focus is on strata issues in mixed use developments and also in preparing building management statements and bespoke rules for Developers and existing owner’s corporations.

WH&S Session

Date: 24 March 2021
Time: 8:00 am - 9:00 am
Location: MBA ACT- 1 Iron Knob Street. Fyshwick ACT 2609 and Virtually Via Microsoft Teams
Cost: FREE for members

Employers have a primary duty of care under the Work, Health and Safety Act 2011 (ACT) to secure the health and safety of workers and workplaces. However, this responsibility does not fall on employers alone. Everyone has duties to ensure the safety of others at work including officers and workers themselves.

This session seeks to provide an outline of the legislative framework behind WHS legislation in the ACT and provide guidance on how employers can comply with their obligations, access relevant resources and guidelines and promote a healthy WHS culture at the workplace. The session will also provide case examples to demonstrate what duty holders should do in a given scenario to comply with their WHS obligations.

Please note that this session does not include any discussions on technical WHS information.

For enquiries contact:

Kayla Gibbs

Member Services Administrator

Call (02) 6175 5900

Email canberra@mba.org.au