Timely blogs from our risk and insurance experts on the issues and trends that affect your business – and your bottom line.
In May 2017, the NSW State Insurance Regulatory Authority (SIRA) developed Guidelines for workplace return to work programs in line with legislation to support, inform and guide employers in developing a return to work program.
New requirements have been introduced by the NSW Government relating to residential and other buildings within NSW that have external combustible cladding.
Amendments to the Heavy Vehicle National Law came into place on 1 October 2018 and put into place a ‘Chain of Responsibility’ (CoR) for the heavy vehicle transport supply chain in all states and territories in Australia, excluding Western Australia and Northern Territory.
The ongoing Royal Commission into Misconduct in the Banking, Superannuation and Financial Services Industry (“Royal Commission”) has attracted great media attention for much of 2018. In the insurance world, this has prompted a shift in insurers’ attention to policies that may respond to claims arising from the Royal Commission.Read more
With risk increasingly interconnected and interdependent in today’s rapidly changing world, your resiliency depends on how well you manage disruption, no matter its source. With the right mix of traditional and advanced risk mitigation and risk transfer strategies in place, you can overcome direct and indirect business interruption more effectively and better protect critical assets and your bottom line.Read more
Across risk management functions in organisations of all sizes, there has been a gradual but steady shift in the way risk is understood and managed. We are seeing organisations move away from the static risk register and traditional process-driven approach, to give greater focus on integrating risk management into business processes, forming something of a decision-guiding tool at all levels of the business.Read More
The Australian workplace continues to evolve, presenting employers with a range of challenges to the way they manage and interact with their workforce. Issues such as proactive work, health and safety management and leadership, mental health, stress and colleague wellbeing, and dealing with a new workers compensation insurance regulator and insurer regime will require organisations to build more resilient businesses.