Chazel Pty Ltd supplied cosmetic products which may have misled consumers as to their place of origin.
An undertaking has been given by Chazel that they will
refrain from supplying cosmetics that have false or misleading place of origin representation; and
implement a trade practices compliance program
Grab It (QLD) and Groove Accessories (NSW) stores supplied certain cosmetic products which did not comply with the Cosmetics Standard in that they did not have the ingredients listed on the containers, nor did they supply in-store signage or listings of ingredients as an alternative reference for customers.
Dubbo Radio Cabs Co-Operative Limited has undertaken it will cease allocating jobs in excess of 20kms on a value basis in numerical order least amount first and remove its ban on drivers using mobile phones to accept bookings
Dubbo Radio Cabs Co-Operative Limited has also undertaken to implement a trade practices compliance program
The undertaking provides that LCMHC will not, and will ensure that its subsidiaries and controlled entities will not, during the period of three years from the commencement date, sell the merged hospital to a for-profit operator.
Snooza Pet Products (Aust) Pty Ltd (Snooza) has given a court enforceable undertaking to the ACCC following an investigation in relation to Snooza incorrectly labelling the composition of the Pet Futon (the Product).
In September 2004, The Highlife Company (Aust.) Pty Ltd trading as Highlife Co. (Highlife) sent a letter to its New South Wales CANNA dealers and resellers in relation to the retail pricing of its CANNA Coco 50L products.
Saint-Gobain Abrasives Pty Ltd has provided a court-enforceable undertaking to the ACCC after acknowledging that six of the Norton Sanding discs for metal it sold to consumers as Australian Made were not wholly or substantially the result of manufacturing processes carried out in Australia.
Super Cheap Auto Pty Ltd (Super Cheap) has provided a court-enforceable undertaking to the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) after acknowledging that hydraulic trolley jacks it sold to consumers from January 2001 did not comply with the mandatory consumer product safety standard for trolley jacks.