Introduction You can apply to the Commission to help with a dispute about right of entry. Content Apply for help with a dispute You can ask us to resolve a dispute about right of entry if you are: the permit holder the union the employer the occupier of the premises Comcare (WHS entry permits only) You can apply for help with a dispute about: right of entry under the Fair Work Act 2009 (use Form F12) WHS right of entry under the Work Health and Safety Act 2011 (use Form F1) The Commission can also deal with a dispute on its own initiative. Examples of disputes Often, the dispute is about whether a request from one side or the other is reasonable. For example: The occupier asks the permit holder to follow a safety requirement that applies to the premises. The permit holder refuses. The permit holder thinks a request to take a particular route to a room for discussions is 'not reasonable'. The occupier believes a permit holder enters the premises for discussions too often. In a remote area, the occupier believes it would be an unacceptable inconvenience to provide transport for the permit holder. Examples of outcomes The Commission may make an order that: puts conditions on, suspends or revokes a Fair Work or WHS entry permit puts conditions on some or all of the entry permits associated with the union bans, for a time, the issue of permits to the union generally or particular people. We may also make orders about whether a request is reasonable for the permit holder to: comply with an OHS requirement take a particular route to the location where they will meet with employees. If we decide a request from one side is reasonable under the law, the other party must comply. The Commission can make any other order it considers appropriate.