The Civil Liability Act 2002 - Online or face to face
In New South Wales, the Civil Liability Act 2002 was enacted to provide a level of protection to road authorities, where it could be demonstrated that a regime of regular inspection of its road infrastructure was undertaken, documented and necessary repairs/maintenance were carried-out in accordance with a prioritised list of scheduled works. Under this Act Local Government has a duty of care to take precautions against risk of harm to all road users on its network.
The objective of this short-course is to equip participants with an understanding of the Civil Liability Act 2002 and enhance their knowledge of the liability and risk that a Public Authority is exposed to, in the management of its infrastructure. Using actual case studies, the course covers;
- Legislative responsibilities with regard to the provision of infrastructure in road reserves
- Liability regarding engineering infrastructure within road reserves
- Managing risk (including latent risk) within road reserves
- Special non-feasance protection for road authorities.
Who Should Attend
The program of this one-day course will be valuable to local government engineers as well as being suitable for all disciplines within local government and engineering consultancies.
PRESENTER - Mr Adam Halstead
Mr Adam Halstead is a Solicitor and Notary Public. Formerly a partner at Goldbergs Lawyers with a practice in commercial law and litigation, Mr Halstead now presides as a member of the NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal in the Consumer and Commercial Division and the Commonwealth Administrative Appeals Tribunal. He has over 15 years experience in civil claims litigation and spent 10 years as a lecturer in local government law at the University of Technology, Sydney.
Discounts available for five or more participants. Please contact us on 02 9267 3001 to book a group.