Thank you to those who attended on Thursday the 13th of October Fair Jobs Code Information Forum organised by CCF Victoria & hosted by the Department of Jobs, Precincts and Regions (“DJPR”). We were really pleased to see that the information forum was well attended by our members, and there were some seriously good questions and participation! 

Following the session we are providing you with access to the presentation and some resources (see below) to help you make sense of it all, and whilst we appreciate that our members and industry don’t want more cost and complexity to doing business,  the fair jobs code is coming (1 December), and we best get ourselves prepared for it! 


Please see the list of resources below, CCF Victoria have also summarised what you most need to know about the Fair Jobs Code in a Quick close up summary below :

➡️ For the CCF Victoria Quick Close up Summary of the Fair Jobs Code click here
➡️ To access a copy of the presentation from DPJR on the Fair Jobs Code click here 
➡️ For a helpful list of links relating to the Fair Jobs Code – click here 
➡️ To access frequently asked questions by DPJR on the Fair Jobs Code click here 
➡️ To access the fact sheet by DPJR on the Fair Jobs Code – click here

If you need any assistance, we’re here for you! See the contact option list below:

CCF Support

  • For general enquiries – Reach out to a friendly membership services team member on or give us a call on (03) 9588 7600. 
  • For HR/ IR If you are concerned about HR or IR compliance requirements imposed by the new FJC please reach out to our Executive Manager, Industry Capability & Engagement, Nicole Walsh on or (03) 9588 7600  
  • We also would encourage you to reach out to our HR Consultant Peter Maguire at Ridgeline HR on 0438 533 311 – remember, as part of your membership you can contact Ridgeline HR for general advice FREE.  
  • For Safety enquiries – our HSSEQ consultant, Geoff Reynolds on or 9588 7600 and remember our safety partner Greencap  remember they have a FREE one hour 60 minute telephone or video consultation – click here 

We would also encourage you to reach out to the Department of Jobs, Precincts & Regions

For further Information about the Launch of the Fair Jobs Code see below: