With a string of high-profile data breaches making headline news across the world, no company appears to be immune from the threat of a cyber incursion. Apple, Sony, JP Morgan Chase, British Airways and the European Central Bank are among high-end corporates to fall victim to hackers or malware, while the Australian Census fail of 2016 was, officially at least, attributed to a cyber attack.
A standard Jewellers Block insurance policy will provide coverage for a wide range of risks, tailored to your business.
Understanding insurance needs, options and obligations is a challenge for every organisation. Museums and galleries face the additional challenge of having to insure collections, displays, contractors, volunteers and more. So it's no surprise that, for many professionals, museum insurance seems needlessly complicated.
Christmas is coming. And while competition and rising rents have dampened profitability in jewellery retailing, sales figures for the holiday season look promising:
The tattoo industry was left reeling last month after a damning report into tattoo ink safety, released by the National Industrial Chemicals Notification and Assessment Scheme (NICNAS), revealed that specific tattoo inks ‘likely being used in Australia’ are either unsafe or not fit for purpose.
Volunteering is big in Australia. Over 6.1 million Australian adults have participated in formal volunteering, and a quick unfiltered search on volunteer.com.au (a not-for-profit search platform run by SEEK Limited) returns over one thousand pages of volunteering opportunities across the country.
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.
Small businesses across South Australia face an anxious wait to see if their insurance policies will pay out on losses caused by last week’s state-wide blackout.
According to Gallagher, the Forbes floods in are a reminder to small businesses across Australia of the need to be prepared for natural disasters.
28 Sept 2016
Extreme weather conditions continue to impact on South Australia following severe storms on Wednesday that have left more than 70,000 people without power. With more heavy rain and stormy conditions forecast for today (Thursday) as an intense low-pressure system moves across the state. Extreme weather conditions are expected to also affect Victoria and Western NSW and deliver...
Healthy and safety in the workplace is everyone’s responsibility. But did you know that recruitment professionals and labour hire agencies have particular obligations under the Work Health and Safety Act 2011?
With damage waivers being an area of uncertainty for many hire and rental industry professionals, Gallagher is urging those in the industry to consider a Hire Agreement review to confirm their insurance program covers all bases.
Gallagher's Commercial Broking Managing Director, Sarah Lyons, was the feature interview and front cover star of the September issue of NIBA's Insurance Adviser magazine.
So far, 2016 has proved to be a challenging year for Australian jewellers, particularly those in New South Wales and Victoria. Last week an Elsternwick store was the target of a terrifying heist – the third such incident since August. This comes just two months after thieves stole $70,000 worth of gold and silver from a Frankston jewellery store (causing an additional $30,000 in damage) and...
Householders and business owners across Australia are being urged to make sure they are adequately insured ahead of bushfire season.
Back in June this year, the sightseers, museum and art enthusiasts of Paris were left wandering the boulevards as rising flood waters forced the renowned Musée du Louvre and Musée d’Orsay into emergency shutdown.
icare Workers Insurance, a valued partner of Gallagher, has recently announced that is changing the way its customers buy and renew their policies in an effort to improve the customer experience.
Gallagher’s Ali Conte and Katie Stephenson have claimed two of the insurance industry’s most prestigious accolades, winning the NIBA Broker and Young Broker of the Year Awards for the SA/NT region.
Gallagher welcomes the recent announcement that Insurers have agreed to an A$86 million cash settlement for the property damage component of ASX-listed Mount Gibson Iron Limited’s insurance claim following the failure of the Main Pit seawall at the Koolan Island iron ore mine.
The alarming shortage of truck drivers in Australia is becoming an issue that concerns not only the heavy transport industry today, but one that will affect Australia’s ability to handle the movement of freight over the next 20 years.The fact that Australia is driving awareness in conjunction with international bodies displays a clear intention to improve safety and promote an industry that is...