Get Involved! Risk Management Advisory Group

Risk Matters - Autumn 2020

The Local Government Safety Advisory Group meets weekly via videoconference to discuss, workshop and learn about a range of risk topics.

These sessions provide great opportunities to learn from and network with other local government risk professionals, further your knowledge, and develop best practice risk management systems, processes and procedures.

Previous topics have included:

  • Scarborough Foreshore Intergenerational Plaza Development – risk and reward
  • Local Government Act Review – proposed changes
  • Managing fraud risk in local government
  • Fleet risk management in local government
  • National redress and local government
  • The changing world of local government waste management

For more information contact OSH program manager Emma Horsefield at emma.hors[email protected] to confirm you are on the mailing list.

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