Information on COVID-19 and health and safety

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The Coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis and the ongoing effect on our health, communities, economy and local businesses continues to change on a daily basis. COVID-19 is changing the way we work and the way we live. We are part of an evolving situation and all need to work together to flatten the curve. For the latest… Read more »

Lawson’s sponsor the 2019 Closing the Loop State Conference

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Lawson’s are proud sponsors of the Closing the Loop state Injury Prevention and RTW conference¬†on Thursday 18 July 2019 at Adelaide Oval. The conference provides the platform to explore emerging and poorly understood risks in the world of work and wellness. It will provide a thought-provoking insight into¬†a range of subject areas and will appeal… Read more »

Labour-hire laws

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South Australia’s Consumer and Business Services department has announced that labour-hire providers must apply for a licence by 31 August 2019. The Labour Hire Licensing Act 2017 requires anyone who provides labour hire in South Australia to be licensed. Consumer and Business Services has recommenced accepting labour hire applications. All labour hire providers operating in… Read more »

Company fined $100,000 following forklift injury

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A logistics company supplying supermarket chains has been fined $100,000 after a worker was injured by a forklift. Whilst the incident occurred at a factory in Laverton North, Victoria it raises the importance of ensuring a traffic management system, separating mobile machinery from pedestrians is in place. Hellmann Worldwide Logistics Pty Ltd was convicted and… Read more »

Lawson’s Latest News / Autumn

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Welcome to our Autumn edition of our latest news as we are fast approaching the end of the first quarter already! The AFL season has brought back some healthy rivalry in the Lawson’s office with an even split of Crows and Power supporters. Always an interesting morning on Monday’s. As we head into April, the… Read more »