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Meeting your COVID-19 Officer Obligations

The health and safety of employees Officers have an obligation to ensure the safety, health and welfare of their workers and others for the business undertaking they are responsible for. This obligation hasn’t been relaxed by the current government changes and clearly COVID-19 is a hazard to workers. This means it is imperative that as an employer, you have a COVID-19 plan in place to ensure you reasonably…

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3 insights why companies should pay more attention to food recall crisis management

The complexities of a recall event can have a wide-reaching impact on a business, as it can carry a potential loss of revenue, productivity, business relationships, and a long-term decline in the company’s public image. With these insights in mind, and the knowledge that recalls over the past ten years are increasing, we wondered just how prepared the Australian food…

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Dreamworld Are Mismanaging Their Crisis – But Is Your Business Any Better Prepared For Disaster?

Last month, four lives were cut tragically short in an accident on the Thunder River Rapids ride at the Dreamworld theme park. Since then, serious concerns have been raised about the actions of the board, particularly concerning their handling of the tragedy itself. Regular equipment breakdowns and an inexperienced employee left in charge have led to accusations the company didn’t…

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