Every six months the Central Coast safety teams get together to share their progress and learnings.
Welcome to the March edition of the LGMS eNews.
Banana Shire was presented with the WHS Award of Excellence as a result of their recent audit.
Hal Waddington joined LGW as a Safety Consultant in December. He will provide safety solutions to the member Councils around his 15 allocated regions.
Nyssa Currin from McKinlay Shire Council speaks to Pauline Heath from LGW Workcare about her experience with Skytrust
Alexis Coutts from Isaac Regional Council discusses the value her Council receives from their membership to the LGMS schemes
Isaac Regional Council chats to LGW Workcare about their experience during COVID-19 lockdown
Lyndal O'Neill from Whitsunday Regional Council discusses the recommendations from the LGW audits and the outcomes
Patrick Doyle from Southern Downs Regional Council chats to Adam Stevenson from LGW Workcare about their experience with the Skytrust trial.
We are still in the midst of Queensland’s wet season — cyclones, storms and floods are front of mind. However these shouldn't be the only concern on council's radar.
The annual World Day for Safety and Health at Work promotes the prevention of occupational accidents and diseases globally.
A recent review was conducted of LGW Workcare claims in comparison to all other Queensland workers compensation claims finalised between 2018-2019.
To assist in the defence of a claim brought by a labour hire employee, evidence that the labour hire employee was appropriately inducted is necessary.
Over 60 participants from 35 different Councils right across Queensland participated in the first Local Government Risk Management Focus Group of the year.
Michael Courtney (Toowoomba Regional Council) spoke to Rachael Lindsay (LGAQ) at the LGW WHS Conference about benefits of LGMS membership and his involvement in Temporary Traffic Management Systems.