The Victorian “Labour Hire Licensing Act 2018” partially came into operation on 29 April 2019.
The first step in this is that labour hire firms wanting to operate in Victoria have to get a licence within 6 months (ie by 29 October 2019).
When the Act comes into full operation, it will be an offence for a labour hire firm to operate without a licence and also for a business which hires an unlicensed labour hire operator.
If you currently use labour hire services, you should enquire as to whether they are intending to obtain a licence and validate their eligibility to legally operate before 29 October 2019.
If you provide people to work inside businesses in any way, you should also investigate the question of whether your business qualifies as a labour hire operator under the Act.
Further information can be obtained from the Labour Hire Authority.