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Name: Deb
Date registered: 11/11/2020

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  1. Digging Deep to Manage Risk — 03/12/2013
  2. Will Australia Close a Company Insurance Loophole? — 08/10/2013
  3. Four Years On – PM Apologises for Insulation Deaths — 09/07/2013
  4. A Good Reason to Appreciate Australian Building Codes — 24/06/2013
  5. New Safe Work Australia Guide — 20/06/2013

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Digging Deep to Manage Risk

RiskTech31K is an online risk management system powered by Tickit on Demand.  It provides our clients with a risk management framework consistent with ISO31000 which: creates risk registers for each accountable manager permits risk register update and regular sign off of control tasks links relevant policy and procedure to risks and controls provides detailed reporting …

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Will Australia Close a Company Insurance Loophole?

I have just been reading an article in Corporate Risk and Insurance. In South Australia, companies can insure against fines for breaches to OHS. A recent case study outlined in the article shows that despite a 200K fine the company wasn’t out of pocket. Apparently this loop hole has been closed in NZ. Have a …

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Four Years On – PM Apologises for Insulation Deaths

Source: CCH Law Chat 5th July 2013 Prime Minister Kevin Rudd has apologised for the deaths of three tradespersons killed while installing ceiling insulation under the federal government’s Home Insulation Program. The apology followed findings of the Queensland Coroner that the government had failed to adequately assess the risks associated with its Home Insulation Program. …

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A Good Reason to Appreciate Australian Building Codes

Sourced from: MailOnline, 3rd June 2013 Many will appreciate the value of building codes and approval processes within Australian regulations given the recent devastating outbreak of fire in a Chinese chicken factory where initial reports advised that 119 people were killed and over 45 people were injured. Alarmingly, there are numerous reports of survivors saying …

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New Safe Work Australia Guide

A new Safe Work Australia guide, designed to help PCBUs comply with their duty to do what is “reasonably practicable” to ensure health and safety, explains how much weight employers can place on costs when deciding whether or not to adopt a hazard control. The 20-page guide includes a four-step process for complying with the …

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The Warrnambool Telstra Exchange Fire

Fire damaged Telstra’s exchange in Warrnambool and left several communities and more than 100,000 people without telecommunication services for up to three weeks. The Victorian Government estimates the direct cost to be $17.9 million in lost business. Warrnambool is a transmission hub for Telstra, and the fire impacted 135 other exchanges across south-western Victoria, including …

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Key Work Health and Safety Statistics, Australia

Safework Australia have recently published a summary of safety statistics for workplace industries across Australia. Incidence rates for both serious claims and fatalities continue to fall year on year. Australia ranks seventh in the world in relation to work related Fragrance Dehydrate the buy 40mg soft cialis showering s I, watched contain again …

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Asbestos Risk Assessment and Management

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Top Ten Risks Asia Pacific Leaders Face

A recent global survey has identified the top ten risks for senior executives in the Asia Pacific region, published in the article below in Corporate Risk & Insurance by Rose Sineyd.  Interestingly the top 5 risks identified are all uninsurable.  The article also notes that risk readiness has reduced across the survey respondents.  Executives are …

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NSW Government Changes to Planning Process in NSW

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