Welcome to the November edition of LGMS eNews
In the 4th Quarter of 2021, the LGM Board of Management and the LGW Management Committee for the mutual schemes considered a number of important matters.
In late November, LGMS Regional Risk Coordinators Ian Barton and David Munro attended the Local Government Finance Professionals Conference in Cairns.
Thanks to the more than 40 attendees at our recent webinar discussing risk management during the upcoming storm season.
LGM Assets has received and deals with a number of claims for losses to property caused by burglary and/or theft.
David Munro recaps his first year in his new role as Regional Risk Coordinator.
Throughout October and November LGMS has continued to engage with members as part of the LGAQ Elected Member Updates (EMU).
The LGW mutual scheme has supported members by providing a 2-day Blueline Investigation facilitation training over the last three months.
LGMS was a proud sponsor at the recent LGAQ Annual Conference held in Mackay.
The Annual LGMS Risk Excellence Awards recognise members that have achieved excellent improvement in risk management.
With summer just around the corner and a date for the border to open, it is critical that councils take appropriate steps to minimise related risks at public swimming pools and aquatic facilities.
Speed is of the essence If you become aware of a serious cyber incident.
The LGMS mutuals are risk solutions where Queensland local government and closely realted entities own the mutual.
The scale and impact of corruption should not be underestimated.
We all know that cybersecurity is one of the most pressing risks facing councils in Queensland, with implications for liability, cover and financial sustainability.