The holder of the marketing authorization must have interviews or interviews in premises or premises agreed with the occupant of the premises. In the absence of agreement, discussions or interviews may take place in the room or area provided by the occupant for meals or other breaks. An organizing officer who has the right to obtain an entry permit (so-called licensee) may enter premises and exercise rights while he may be on the premises to investigate a violation of the Fair Labour Act 2009 and other instruments. The holder of the marketing authorization must have legitimate reasons to suspect that an offence has occurred or is occurring. In order to enter premises, an organizing officer must have a valid and up-to-date entry permit issued by the Fair Work Commission. When granting an authorization, the Fair Work Commission may set certain conditions limiting the use of the entry permit. The Fair Work Commission can only issue an entry permit to an official of an organization if they are satisfied that they are an appropriate and appropriate person. When deciding to grant authorization, the Fair Work Commission must consider factors such as the issue. B to know whether the employee has received training on his rights and obligations as the holder of the authorization and whether the official has already been convicted of violating labour law. The Fair Work Commission may revoke, suspend or submit an entry permit. The holder of the authorization can only exercise these rights if all the following rights are respected: what prompted you to seek the right of entry? Please tell us where you read or heard it (including the quote, if possible).
From 1 July 2019, all new entry permits must be included: the Ombudsman for Fair Work may review or investigate the right to entry. Sanctions may be imposed for a proven violation of the entry fee. The holder of the marketing authorization must provide the occupier with an entry notification with a delay of at least 24 hours, but no more than 14 days before entering the premises, in order to have interviews. The Fair Work Commission may deal with a dispute over the right of entry, including through arbitration.