The theme of the October 2021 National Safe Work Month is "think safe. work safe. be safe."
LGMS was proud to attend the LGMA Annual Conference in Cairns in September.
Our 2-day Blueline Investigation™ facilitation training provides participants with the skills and tools needed to facilitate a Blueline investigation.
One of the opportunities for improvement raised in our recent Mid Term Licence Audits was the need for Councils to have better PPE Training, Awareness and Familiarisation available for Council workers
LGMS working closely with member councils to progress their ERM practices.
The COVID-19 pandemic has reminded all of us how important events are for the social fabric and wellbeing of our communities.
The start of the new financial year also marks the start of the first reporting year of the LGW Mutual Risk Obligations. What do councils need to undertake as part of the program?
With less than four months to go until the mandatory implementation of the new standards, it is time to ensure all LGMS members are ready for the change.
LGMS have been out visiting members as part of LGAQ's Elected Member Updates (EMU).
LGW’s self-insurance licence conditions require that during the licence period, four year licence holders will be required to carry out a self-audit at the two-year interval
Society's expectations continue to evolve and the law of privacy continues to evolve with it.
LGMS eNews July edition out now
Have a read of Nick Rossmann's article on page 24-25 of LGAQ Council Leader magazine.
Welcome to Peter Gould who has commenced as the new WHS Manager with the LGW Workcare team.
A substantial amount of council resources are connected to their motor fleet. The impact of downtime of motor vehicles can be significant to council’s diverse range of operations for various reasons.