Maintaining a strong and defined focus on regulatory compliance is essential for the long term viability of your business. Are you confident that your club is compliant with the following major regulatory areas?
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Risk & Safety
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.
It's the hospitality event of the year but there's a few award winning tips to ensure you keep in tip top shape.
While new blood in the boardroom can be a good thing, the induction of new directors takes time and a degree of care. The first month for any director is crucial.
Given we are in the thick of the busiest time of the year, it’s important not to forget safety! Here are a few areas such as Forklift Safety, Fatigue Management, Heat Stress and HR / Fair Work
Are you confident that your RSA incidents are being reported correctly? In accordance with the Liquor Act 1992, licensed premises must have a Risk Assessed Management Plan (RAMP) to outline how the premises manage and minimise harm.
On average, contact with electricity accounts for 4% of all Australian workplace fatalities. Electricity will either kill you or leave you with serious side effects. If someone is injured or killed at your workplace, there is the possibility of prosecution, fines and even jail terms.
Do not be fooled, the Clubs and Pubs industry is not invisible to AUSTRAC’s eyeline. Over the past year, AUSTRAC has conducted a National Pubs and Clubs Campaign and engaged 150 Pubs and Clubs.
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).