The Civil Aviation safety authority (CASA) have recently relaxed their regulations to reduce the cost and legal requirements around the use of Remotely Piloted Aircraft (drones). While there are currently more than 700 registered commercial drone operators, with approvals doubling each year, it’s … [Read more...] about Game of Drones
Hiring for attitude and culture has become the new hash tag. The shift has gone from hiring someone who has a certain skill set to finding someone who will fit perfectly within your Workplace Culture. But what is Workplace Culture? Workplace Culture is defined as the character and personality of … [Read more...] about Workplace culture is the driver for new recruits
Although the baby boomers are increasingly heading towards retirement, a recent survey revealed that less than 20% of the owners of Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs) have any formal strategy in place to address their exit from the business. What’s particularly surprising about this, is that … [Read more...] about Exit stage left
With the upcoming festive season fast approaching it’s a timely reminder whilst there’s much to celebrate, consideration should be also given to your personal and business security and risk management arrangements. As many of us head off, both locally and overseas, for our Christmas holiday break … [Read more...] about Make it a Christmas break – not a break in
It wouldn’t be in the spirit of Christmas to sue anyone would it? The silly season hopefully refers to our hangovers and bad karaoke rather than the potential of a liability claim with household Christmas displays. You know the ones, the houses that are lit up like a Christmas tree, and the rest of … [Read more...] about All I Want for Christmas is a liability policy
On 8 September, 2016 the Workers' Compensation and Rehabilitation (National Injury Insurance Scheme) Amendment Bill received Royal Assent. While the Bill enacted a number of changes to the WorkCover regime, the focus of this article relates to the changes that potentially affect third parties that … [Read more...] about Recent changes to the Workers’ Compensation regime
During September 2016, two severe storm fronts swept across South Australia in what could be described as one of the most extreme weather systems to hit the state in 50 years. While the entire state was without power for several hours, many businesses were without power for several days, resulting … [Read more...] about When the power goes out – is my business covered?
A must-have for many businesses Many business owners are unaware their standard business package insurance will not cover pollution remediation. It’s likely that contractors and other professionals working on major infrastructure and construction projects will have appropriate cover, but the cover … [Read more...] about Pollution Liability Insurance