In this edition, we discuss maximising civil liability defences part five – highway immunity, 2021/22 Risk Excellence Awards winners, new EV charging stations information, plus our 2023 events.
In this edition, we discuss maximising civil liability defences part four – a lower standard of care for public authorities, building resilience, LGMS Member Centre updates, and our upcoming events.
In this edition we wish Peter a happy retirement, we consider expenditure in the context of a council’s duty of care under the Civil Liability Act 2003 (Qld), and share details of our upcoming events.
After nearly half a century of service to the local government sector, Noosa Shire Council’s Workplace Health & Safety Advisor Peter Robinson’s retirement is fast approaching.
In this edition we look at the second defence of an alleged breach of duty, introduce a new WHS team member, discuss a new safety management system on the horizon, plus much more.
Councils’ local laws regulate a wide range of community issues from animal-keeping and advertising signage through to festivals and parking.
LGMS is pleased to introduce LGW Workplace Health and Safety team’s new Safety Consultant, Julian Soler.
Welcome to the March edition of LGMS eNews.
On 10 March 2022, the LGMS Boards met for a designated strategy day.
The LGW LGM Report to Members is now available.
The aim of the LGMS Risk Excellence Awards is to encourage collaboration and sharing of insights across our local government members who often face similar risks when serving their local communities.
LGM members have been working hard to complete the member questionnaires.
Upcoming Local Government Risk Management Focus Group on 29 April hosted by Scenic Rim Regional Council, in person or join via Zoom.
LGMS were proud sponsors of the Western Queensland Alliance of Councils Assembly event held in Charleville from 9-11 March.
LGMS welcomes Anne Lenz to the LGM Board of Management as the appointed member and representative from Brisbane City Council.