Copyright – Australian Federal Legislation

All material sourced from Australian Federal Legislation is provided as explained (below); The Safety Artisan complies with these requirements.

COPYRIGHT

Most of the content on the Legislation Register can be freely used under a Creative Commons licence.

With the exception of the Commonwealth Coat of Arms, and where otherwise noted, all content on the Federal Register of Legislation (the Legislation Register) is provided under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International (the CC BY 4.0 licence) .

This licence allows you to share (copy and redistribute in any medium or format) and to adapt (remix, transform, and build upon) content for any purpose, even commercially.

Content can be reused freely subject to the following conditions:

  • you provide a link to the relevant pages on the Legislation Register or, if multiple pages are involved, a link to the Legislation Register home page; and
  • you attribute the content to the Federal Register of Legislation, provide a link to the CC licence, and indicate if any changes were made. You may do so in any reasonable manner, but not in any way that suggests we endorse you or your use.

The details of the relevant licence conditions and the legal code (the full licence)  are available on the Creative Commons website .

Attributing content

Content from the Legislation Register must be attributed using a set of words that include a reference to the Federal Register of Legislation as the source.

If the content has been changed you must use:

“Based on content from the Federal Register of Legislation at [full date of download]. For the latest information on Australian Government law please go to https://www.legislation.gov.au.”

If the content has been not been changed you must use:

“Sourced from the Federal Register of Legislation at [full date of download]. For the latest information on Australian Government law please go to https://www.legislation.gov.au.”