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Breach of copyright
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Reported breaches of copyright
The following individuals, organisations or agencies have breached WorkCover copyright.
- J & R Media Pty Ltd
- Unauthorised use of WorkCover NSW content in the publication Workplace Safety Review
- Incorrectly advising business owners that they must purchase the publication Workplace Safety Review to comply with current legislation
- WorkCover does not endorse this publication and advises it is not required to comply with OHS legislation.
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