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Local Buying Program Suppliers

Local businesses who have an annual turnover of <AUD$10M and a significant physical presence in the state’s eligible regions can register to participate in the Local Buying Program in that state.

Registrations are assessed on an individual basis in alignment with the Local Buying Program eligibility criteria. Once approved, suppliers will have the ability to access and respond to work opportunities (Work Instructions) in their state as they become available.

Buyers (BHP / BMA / BMC)

BHP / BMA / BMC employees can register at any time to use the Local Buying Program for their procurement needs. Buyers will be required to validate their registrations via their BHP email. Once registered, buyers can source goods and services from Local Buying Program suppliers by raising Work Instructions.

BHP / BMA / BMC Employee Registration

Buyers (Tier A Contractors)

Tier A Contractor employees can register at any time to use the Local Buying Program for their procurement needs. Buyers will be required to validate their registrations via their Tier A Contractor email. Once registered, buyers can source goods and services from Local Buying Program suppliers by raising Work Instructions.

Tier A Contractor Employee Registration

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PORT HEDLAND CHAMBER OF COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY: Hedland Young Professional (HYP) After Hours: Keyboard Warriors and the Law of Defamation

* Proudly sponsored by the Local Buying Foundation.

On the Internet Everyone Can Hear You Scream… Social media can be a powerful tool for personal networking, brand awareness for your business, or both. But what if your reputation was in jeopardy because someone made a statement about you on social media. Have you ever left a comment that might be considered defamatory?

This Webinar covers:
A brief history of defamation law
Recent examples
The 3 basic ingredients for any defamation claim
Defences to defamation
Defamation law and social media