A busy year for DWS Safety & Compliance

Due to the impressive growth of DWS Hospitality Specialists over the last few years, we are excited to announce the massive success of our risk department which will launch as a dedicated specialist consulting division known as DWS Safety and Compliance.

DWS Safety and Compliance has combined experience that covers Human Resources, Fire Safety, AML/CTF auditing, Food Safety, Incident and Injury Management, and Privacy Management.

Over the past 12 months, the DWS Safety and Compliance team have assisted over 45 venues across Queensland, New South Wales and Victoria with a diverse range of compliance requirements, including:

The team endeavours to develop a multidisciplinary suite of superior quality consulting services which meet the changing needs of the hospitality industry. Working closely with research analysts and the principal consultants of DWS Hospitality Specialists, we pride ourselves on developing up-to-date research and employing Safety and Compliance consultants with real industry experience to get the best results for our clients.

Our aim is to partner with your organisation to not only give you the best service and advice but to also ensure that you have the peace of mind that you are compliant and protected. Whether you are worried about a particular compliance problem or just want a guiding hand through the tangle of legislative and regulatory requirements, the DWS Safety and Compliance team can tailor a package of services to suit your needs.

Contact the DWS Safety and Compliance team to find out how we can design a customised solution for your venue today.  Call (07) 3878 9355 or email one of our consultants.

 

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