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find a unit suitable for the large centre size) Ensure that an alternative location is found as a backup in case landlord decides to demolish current industrial complex and develop into an office building Contamination to the pool Highly unlikely High everyone would need to exit that pool we would need to flush out the pool and bomb the pool once the centre is closed. That means the pool will be cold the next day. Fitness related physical injuries very likely (groups such as children and elderly particularly vulnerable to injury from intensive exercise) Low-High (depending on severity of injury) Mandatory provisions for minor injuries such as first aid kit, employees fully qualified to perform first aid on clients. Clear statement in contract and waiver form about any serious injuries that occur, and orally explain to all new clients that the business hold to liability for such injuries and they will not sue the business for any claims of compensation if such injury occurs. Add Add Legal considerations [Choose which laws may be relevant to your business. If you are unsure look up the act online. Explain in a couple of lines how the act relates to your business and how you will cater for it. You can find information on these at .This is not designed to be exhaustive in terms of the Act’s and Law’s relevant to your business, we recommend you seek legal advice from an appropriately qualified professional before starting a business.]
BUS12 BusinessAssignment v2.2 (2019/03/18) 17 Act/LAW Relevant to business Why? Privacy Act Yes Maintaining client and staff records. Will ensure client and staff privacy is maintained securely and not provided to third parties. Will not source information from clients or staff not relevant to their dealings with the business. Competition and Consumer Act 2010 Yes Personal Training will not engage in misleading conduct. Marketing materials will not include any deceptive or misleading information. Contracts will be fair. Australian Contract Legislation Yes Valid contracts will be made with members. All terms and conditions will be provided to the member in the contract. Personal training will fulfil all services to a satisfactory standard as specified in the contract. Workplace Health and Safety Act yes As a business, we must comply with these laws to ensure the health and safety of our workers. This includes responsibility of the employer, providing information, training & instruction, first aid, workplace facilities and emergency plans. Disability Discrimination Act 1992 yes The DDA outlines the additional rights disabled people have in the workplace. This Act covers recruitment, staff selection, conditions of employment (e.g. salary, duties, leave entitlements, superannuation), opportunities for training and promotion, dismissal, trade or professional registration & membership of unions or professional associations Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission Act 1986.