Good work health and safety (WHS) policies and procedures reduce the personal, social and economic impact of work-related accidents and incidents.
Effective risk management protects people against injury or death, protects the land and buildings, and provides security from financial or legal damages. This information on the risk management process includes a worked example and useful templates.
The department supports a wide range of uses for Crown land, from one-off events such as hall hire for a wedding through to a 10-year lease on a racecourse. Leases and licences set out the rights and responsibilities of the CLM and Crown land users.
The Moonbi Recreation Reserve Hall is nestled on the banks of Island Creek between Condobolin and Forbes in Central West NSW. Gazetted as Crown land in 1925, the reserve has seen various uses, including a racecourse, a cricket pitch and even a wheat field one year.
The hall itself is a decommissioned army barracks transported from Parkes after the second world war. It is used for birthdays, family fun days, Rural Fire Services meetings and demonstrations, and the annual Christmas party.
This Crown land manager web resource was printed on 28 Mar 2023. The information contained in this web resource is based on knowledge and understanding at the time of writing Mar 2023. However, because of advances in knowledge, users are reminded of the need to ensure that the information upon which they rely is up to date and to check the currency of the information by referring to the website (www.reservemanager.nsw.gov.au).
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