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Want to ensure your organisation is managing their self-insurance program effectively? Here are some important tips to get self-insurance right and enjoy the benefits.
Everyone loves innovation; creative ideas, new ways of doing things. With innovation there’s always an element of risk; as much as the safety industry seeks to avoid and mitigate risk, we too must innovate or face stagnation.
While wellness programs can assist in improving employee mental health, it has often been difficult to quantify whether these also positively impact an organisation's bottom line and if an ROI is achieved, until now.
Self-insuring workers’ compensation provides many benefits however it may not be suitable for all organisations. For anyone considering this option, we’ve identified the 8 important questions you should be able to answer.
On 19 March 2014, The Safety, Rehabilitation and Compensation Legislation Amendment Bill 2014 was introduced to parliament. The Bill represents a significant change from the previous position outlined in late 2013. The Bill now provides an opportunity for national employers to consider self-insurance without the previous barriers under the previous framework.
Seasonal illness is unavoidable, especially when large numbers of people work in close proximity.
International work and travel exposes employers and employees to more complex risks than is experienced in the local environment.
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