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Discrimination - All employers have a responsibility to make sure that their employees, and people who apply for a job with them, are treated fairly. This responsibility is set out in federal and state anti-discrimination laws, as well as the Fair Work Act 2009. Taken together, they make certain types of workplace behaviour against the law. As an employer you need to prevent discrimination, harassment or bullying from occurring in the workplace.Mandatory reporting - This document is provided as a guide only. Individuals are encouraged to contact the relevant State or Territory statutory authority to clarify mandatory reporting requirements in their states or territories, or to access legal advice in relation to relevant legislation.Work role boundaries - Professional boundaries need to be observed to ensure that professional standards are maintained. Professional boundaries do not mean the avoidance of another person and their problems. he professional relationship sits on a continuum between over-involvement and detachment. Q9.Substitution: Replace material or process associated wuth the risk with less hazardous subtancesthat does the same job but is less toxicIsolation: Seperation of the process from the people by distance an th use of barriers to prevent riskEngineering: Equipment, work process, task and machinery can be redesigned to reduce or eliminate risk.Administration: Administration process can be used to adjust work conditions and redesign job to limit the risk. Administration can also be called upon to provide signage, intruction manuals, advice and training.Personal Protective Equipment: This is the least preferred option/last resort. If exposure canot be prevented or reduced by ways other then the use of PPE, the employer must ensure that persons who may be exposed are supplied with PPE and properly instructed on how to use.