From slips and trips to stress and illness, workers’ compensation insurance can help you care for your employees when times get tough. As your most important asset, it can put a spanner in the works when a member of your team suffers injury or sickness. In every state across Australia, employers are required by law to provide protection to workers if they suffer a work-related injury or disease with workers’ comp.
As a livestock operator, ensuring best practice in animal welfare when deciding whether an animal is fit to load is a key part of the job. When preparing, loading and delivering livestock, each animal must be fit to be loaded for transport for the entire journey - whether it be by road or rail.
Best wishes for a merry Christmas and happy holiday season to all our clients and friends!
Please note that our office will be closed from the end of business on Friday (22 December) and will re-open on Monday 8 January 2018.
With the Easter break ahead of us and many people taking holidays (driving, flying, domestic, overseas), we get asked a lot about whether our clients need travel insurance. Or, sometimes we ask them if they need it and they assume they don't. Well, to give you a little more information and help you think it through, we've prepared a checklist and things to consider before deciding whether you need travel insurance: