Merry Christmas from the Team at Lawson’s

Seasons Greetings 2018

The team at Lawson’s would like to wish you and your family a Merry Christmas and a Safe and Happy New Year. It’s been another big year for us here at Lawson’s and 2019 is shaping up to be even bigger.  We thank you for all your support throughout the year and look forward to working with… Read more »

Local version of AS/NZS ISO 45001:2018 published

ISO-45001

The first International Standard for Occupational Health and Safety management systems has been published. The Standard was developed to address the increasing number of work related injuries, illnesses and deaths worldwide AS/NZS ISO 45001:2018, Occupational health and safety management systems – Requirements with guidance for use has been published providing organisations of all sizes with… Read more »

Lawson’s welcome our newest Team Member – Emma Condon

Text Welcome to the team on the blackboard on the desk with office business accessories

We are excited to announce that we have welcomed our newest team member Emma Condon who commenced on Monday 26 June 2018. Emma joins our Claims Management team as a Senior Claims Manager bringing several years knowledge and experience in workers compensation and the self-insurance industry. Emma’s previous roles included managing high risk, long term and complex… Read more »

Enforcement date for labour-hire scheme postponed in SA

laborhire

The planned enforcement date for South Australia’s new labour-hire licensing scheme has been delayed by a minimum of five months. The labour-hire scheme was established to make it more difficult for “rogue” labour-hire operators to ignore appropriate WHS standards, underpay workers or exploit visa workers. The scheme commenced on 1 March, and Consumer and Business Services was scheduled to… Read more »

Breaking news: We’re all in this together – changes to Chain of Responsibility for transport safety effective 1 October

Chain of Responsibility

The process of reform of the transport and logistics industry will commence its national implementation (excluding Western Australia and the Northern Territory) from 1 October 2018. The reform process began with the Heavy Vehicle National Law 2014 (the HVNL), which was first introduced in Queensland (as the host jurisdiction) then adopted in New South Wales,… Read more »