Tabcorp was fined the highest civil penalty in Australian corporate history, $45 million, for the breach of money laundering and terrorism financing laws as a result of a civil action launched by Australian Transaction Reports and Analysis Centre (AUSTRAC).
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Risk & Safety
The Christmas decorations have come down, the New Year celebrations are over and Australia Day is a distant memory, it’s time to take some relaxation time… Sorry to be the bearer of bad news, but with March comes the deadline for your AUSTRAC report.
Work Health & Safety Regulations are not overly clear and the lack of understanding means the majority of us choose to avoid WHS until we receive a warning from the Safety Officer to ‘do things better’ next time. What if there is no next time?
Over last couple of months there has been an alarming increase in the number of armed hold ups at licensed venues across the state. Venues now more than ever need to aware of the risks and ensure a strategy in place to protect employees.
By investing in safety and compliance you can save yourself and your business not only money, but also valuable resources.
I think it’s safe to say that there are not many workplaces across Australia that will be seeing their employees compete in the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio later this year, especially amongst the weightlifting events…
The main goal of operating a Club is to provide a hospitable gathering place where members and guests can have a good time, relax and unwind from their busy day to day lives. Ensuring that you have a secure and safe environment is vital to this experience.
In light of the legislative changes proposed by the Tackling Alcohol-Fuelled Violence Legislation Amendment Bill 2015, it is essential that you consider the way you manage risk at your venue.
With Christmas fast approaching, salmonella is not a gift you want to give your patrons, so is it time you took a look at your food safety processes?