Andrew Burnett advises clients in the manufacturing, mining and metals, local government, oil and gas, transport and logistics industries on strategic human resources and industrial relations, and workplace safety. With some 30 years of experience in workplace law, Andrew has assisted government and private employers on managing legal, commercial and reputational risks associated with employment, occupational health and safety (OHS) and industrial relations issues.
Andrew advises on workplace-related matters including compliance with corporate employment law and negotiation and drafting of employment contracts. With a sound understanding of relevant legislation and regulation, Andrew assists clients in implementing training, compliance, prevention and risk management strategies to minimise the occurrence and impact of OHS incidents.
As an experienced litigator, Andrew leads litigation in major tribunals and courts including Fair Work Australia, the State Administrative Tribunal, district and supreme courts in Western Australia (WA), the Federal Magistrates Court and the Federal Court.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Andrew Burnett