Gallagher has partnered with fencing contractors association FENCiT to offer risk management advice and insurance solutions to its members.
Disability support service providers know getting the job done can involve engaging a contractor. This decision comes with its own set of risks, whether it involves the services of another organisation or a single independent contractor.
The vast majority of providers in the disability service sector cares deeply about providing clients with respect, dignity and quality of life, but the vulnerability of some clients can lead to risk: from neglect to physical and sexual abuse.
New research released by association insurance specialist broker, Gallagher, has highlighted the key reasons why people join associations and retain their membership - with some unexpected findings revealed.
September 19 is National Family Business Day – a day to celebrate the contribution family businesses make to the Australian economy, community and culture. And as a family business itself, Gallagher is firmly behind the initiative.
Gallagher has signed a three-year partnership with Family Business Australia (FBA) to offer risk management advice and insurance solutions to its members.
‘Grey fleet’ may be a relatively new term in Australia, but the practice it describes is not. For some time, organisations of all sizes have benefited from workers using their own vehicles - even if the risks are poorly understood and managed.
Gallagher has partnered with the Supply Chain and Logistics Association of Australia (SCLAA) to offer risk management advice and insurance solutions to its members.
The new NDIS Quality and Safeguarding Framework which commenced in New South Wales and South Australia in July 2018 sets a new requirement for disability sector service and care providers to obtain minimum levels of insurance. The question is: what insurance do you need to meet minimum requirements?
The benefits of belonging to an association from a member perspective have been explored in a new piece of research released by association insurance specialist broker, Gallagher.
Gallagher has partnered with the Victorian Regional Community Leadership Program (VRCLP) to offer risk management advice and insurance solutions to its members and alumni.
The latest issue of Association Professional magazine, published by association insurance experts Gallagher, is out now and is available as a free digital download.
Champagne, dainty cakes and miniature savouries are not the fare normally associated with civil construction but they were the order of the day at the annual Women in Civil High Tea held at the Adelaide Convention Centre in May. As a sponsor of the event, a diamond sponsor of the Civil Contractors Federation South Australia and long-time sponsor of the national CCF, a team of Gallagher...
Association insurance experts Gallagher have released a handy new guide aimed at making insurance simpler for association managers.
Gallagher brokers Rick Hyde and Arthur Bablas have joined regional committees for the Hire & Rental Industry Association (HRIA) in QLD and VIC respectively, underlining their commitment to the industry.
Who needs professional indemnity insurance? Easy. Any business that provides professional services or advice. But wait! You’re not a high-flying doctor, lawyer or financial advisor, you’re just a small business – does it really apply to you?
Gallagher has launched a professional benefits service, Access1st, which provides its association partners and their members with access to a range of quality, relevant products and services at preferential rates.
One of the questions we are asked a lot is, "Why do I need an insurance broker?". We've compiled 7 signs that indicate your business needs the help of an insurance professional.
When the Institute for Learning Professionals (ILP) was getting started 10 years ago with three members, CEO and Founder Kerry Brocks says the key to growth was identifying the “pain points” potential members in her industry had at the time.
When Janine* encouraged one of her students to try out a new yoga position, little did she realise it might put her own entire livelihood at risk.