Lawson’s Welcome Our Newest Team Member

We are excited to announce that we have welcomed our newest team member Deborah Irving who commenced on Monday 4 September 2017. Debb joins our Claims Management team as a Senior Claims Manager bringing several years experience in workers compensation and self-insurance industry. Debb’s previous role included managing complex, high risk claims from inception to… Read more »

Minister Announces Return to Work Act Review

On the expiry of 3 years from the commencement of the Return to Work Act, the Act requires a review of its administration and operation. As the Return to Work Act commenced on 4 December 2014, 4 December 2017 is the date which the review has commenced. Summary of the Minister’s statement to the House… Read more »

Happy Christmas from the Team at Lawson’s

The team at Lawson’s wish you and your family a very Happy Christmas and an exciting 2018. Our office will remain open during the Festive Season with the exception of public holidays. Stay Safe and we look forward to seeing you in 2018.      

AnglicareSA achieves Self-Insurance in SA

Lawson Risk Management Services would like to congratulate AnglicareSA on the milestone achievement of Self-Insurance. AnglicareSA placed a significant focus on Work Health & Safety (WHS) and Injury Management. Senior Management and the WHS Team recognised that for AnglicareSA to achieve Self-Insurance in SA, they must develop and implement a robust and effective WHS and Injury Management System…. Read more »

ISO 45001 Warning Issued by ACCI

The Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry has urged employers to think twice before implementing the new draft international standard for OHS management systems, with components of the draft appearing to be inconsistent with Australian laws. ACCI said it is concerned by a surge of articles and workshops promoting ISO 45001 as the new “gold standard” when… Read more »

Mid-term review of the Australian Work Health and Safety Strategy 2012-2022

Safe Work Australia have published the findings from the mid-term review of the Australian Work Health and Safety Strategy 2012-2022 (the Strategy) which shows it continues to be an important tool to shape work health and safety (WHS) activities across Australia. The review highlighted 14 key findings including: the Strategy is being used as intended and… Read more »