The following is a list of contacts that P&Cs may require for advice or assistance in their P&C Operations.
AssociationsOnline is an online system that lets associations incorporated in Western Australia manage their registration and obligations, without needing to print and post paper forms.
Ph: 1300 304 054
Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission
For P&Cs that are registered as a charity with the ACNC - information on charity status and submission of the Annual Information Statement (AIS).
Ph: 13 22 62
Australian Taxation Office
For all taxation information
Ph: 13 28 66
Grange Insurance Services
For insurance queries regarding the WACSSO Public Liability policy or Volunteer Personal Injury Insurance or any additional policies taken out with Grange Insurance.
Ph: 9201 8000 M: 0499 968 657
Children's Crossings Unit
For information on school crossing guards and applications.
Ph: (08) 6274 8767
Department of Mines, Industry Regulation and Safety (Formerly Department of Commerce)
For all state employee wage and conditions information, as well as information about complying with the Associations Incorporation Act 2015.
Wageline: 1300 655 266 (Toll free)
Associations: 1300 304 074 (Toll free)
Department of Education
Ph: 9264 4111
Department of Racing, Gaming and Liquor
For raffle permits, gaming enquires
Ph: 1800 634 541
Fair Work Ombudsman
For all federal award information, conditions of employment, rates of pay advice.
Ph: 13 1394
State Law Publisher
For all legislative documents
Ph: 9321 7688
WA School Canteen Association (WASCA)
WASCA assists schools of all education systems and community groups to establish and maintain healthy, profitable food services by providing information, advice, resources and training
Ph: 9264 4999
For all general workers compensation enquires
Phone: 1300 794 744 (Toll free)
Working with Children (WWC) Check
For information relating to Working With Children Checks
Ph: 1800 883 979 or 6217 8100
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