Extreme weather events – in Australia and around the world – are becoming increasing likely. This probability has affected how insurance providers view construction business’s risk exposure. We unpack the some of the implications and include some pointers for business survival through an extreme weather event.
The findings of the Australian Government’s National Freight and Supply Chain Priorities Report released on 18 May 2018 identify 54 priority actions aimed at making the freight and logistics sector more efficient and competitive. The Government anticipates the national freight task will almost double over the next 20 years. Is the industry positioned to meet the requirement?
Every dog had his or her day when the the RSPCA Million Paws Walk invited participants from all over Australia to participate in a fundraiser against animal cruelty on Sunday 20 May, and Gallagher got involved in Queensland and Sydney.
The National Insurance Brokers Association has announced regional finalists for its prestigious Broker of the Year and Young Professional Broker of the Year 2018 awards – and Gallagher is represented in both categories.
A quick trip to the gym at lunch time may be beyond the pale for many of us but one Gallagher broker is taking his health – both mental and physical – to another level.
Gallagher has released a global 2018 ‘Blueprint for Better’ Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) report outlining the ways in which the company gives back to communities around the world and the formalised principles that underpin this.
The results of the year-long Queensland combustible cladding taskforce investigation published 17 May 2018 identify 70 state government buildings that need rectification work, while 880 other buildings require further investigation, according to The Guardian Australia. As many as 12,000 additional, privately owned buildings, including about 1,200 residential multistorey blocks, also need...
Naturally Gallagher’s Head of Marketing ＆ Communications, Australia ＆ Asia, Steve White was intrigued to discover two of his Australian namesakes were recently involved in an involuntary identity merger. The Queenslander and New South Welshman share a birthday, a year apart.
Jimmy’s Village School principal, teacher and fundraiser Jimmy Chan was thrilled when he got a phone call to let him know he would be receiving $2,411 from Gallagher Brisbane. The donation has enabled him to start putting up the walls of the English language school he is building in Siam Reap, Cambodia.