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Top Security Tips for Your Next Event

Top Security Tips for Your Next Event

With restrictions continuing to ease throughout Australia, it’s time to start planning your next event. To ensure your event is a success, here are some top security tips to consider.

Top reasons why risk management is important to your business

Top reasons why risk management is important to your business

The future success of your business depends on robust risk management. Risk management involves identifying and evaluating the risks your business faces. The risk management plan encompasses co-ordinating your resources to minimise, monitor and control the probability or impact of these risks.

Event Checklist & Council Approval

Event Checklist & Council Approval

Are you planning an event? One of the most important organisation to talk to is your local council. You should speak with your local council to find out their process for event approvals. Find out more...

Christmas Party Safety

Christmas Party Safety

The festive season is a chance for businesses to celebrate the year and bring some joy into the office. It’s a great way to thank staff, to network and to have fun. We want everyone to stay safe and have fun, which is why we have prepared a Christmas party checklist.

COVID SAFE Event Checklist

COVID SAFE Event Checklist

As an event organiser, you have a duty of care – to both your attendees and your staff. It is always important to consider health and safety risks for your event but COVID-19 has added a new set of rules to implement. Click for our quick Safety Checklist for a COVID SAFE Event.

Bushfire Emergency survival kit

Bushfire Emergency survival kit

Prepare an emergency survival kit before the bush fire season starts. Keep your Emergency Survival Kit in a waterproof storage container in a location that is easy to get to and that the whole family knows about...

Know your Fire Danger Ratings

Know your Fire Danger Ratings

The Bush Fire Danger Rating gives you an indication of the possible consequences of a fire, if one was to start. Bush Fire Danger Ratings are based on predicted conditions such as temperature, humidity, wind and the dryness of the landscape.