Commentary

G. Publicity: the exceptional case

Division CIII Whistleblowing
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G. Publicity: the exceptional case

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G.     Publicity: the exceptional case

If the relevant failure is of an 'exceptionally serious nature', then the conditions to be satisfied in order that the disclosure should be a protected disclosure are somewhat less stringent (s 43H). The worker does not have to satisfy any of the conditions mentioned in para [71] above. The seriousness of the situation itself is regarded as reason enough to bring the matter to the attention of the outside world (ERA 1996 s 43H(1)).

The worker does, however, still need to satisfy the three conditions mentioned in para

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