Industry development

Industry development opportunities, regulations, licensing for controlled activities, and reporting workplace injuries or diseases.

Contracts and tenders

A core responsibility of the Forest Products Commission (FPC) is the harvesting of approved forest products and selling those products to relevant customers.

Developing Western Australia's workforce

The Department of Training and Workforce Development works together with stakeholders across government, industry and the community to establish strategies and programs that build WA’s workforce to meet economic and community needs.

Renew your high risk work licence

Your High Risk Work Licence (HRWL) expires every five years. You must not carry out high risk work until your licence has been renewed.

Specialty timber auctions

Specialty timbers are salvaged by the FPC from land-clearing projects and offered for sale as individual or bundles of logs or sawn timber via public auctions.

Streamline WA steering committee

The committee is a collaboration of the private and public sector, with a goal to modernise and streamline regulation, regulatory practices and timeframes.

Value Proposition Statement

The Value Proposition Statement outlines the character and strength of Western Australia’s regulatory framework.

Western Australian Defence Industry Workforce Office

The WA Defence Industry Workforce Office receives input from WA’s defence industry to undertake workforce analysis and planning; lead in the formulation of defence industry workforce development plans, initiatives and strategies; and identify future workforce needs and skilling priorities.

Western Australian Training Awards

The WA Training Awards recognise excellence in vocational education and training (VET) and the outstanding achievements of our VET students, apprentices and trainees, practitioners and training providers, organisations and employers.