Mainsheet Capital’s final report provided very pleasing results. They recognised the value and achievements of the Scheme risk services whilst acknowledging the difficulty in assessing such a complex area with many variable influencing factors.
Ultimately the external consultants found that LGIS claims’ trends indicate that the risk mitigation program is effective.
We were very pleased with their findings as it confirms that our approach to risk management works.
WALGA and State Council take their responsibility as Trustee of your Scheme very seriously and regularly review the Scheme and the services provided to members.
Key findings from Mainsheet Capitals report include:
Our recent survey also demonstrated that members value the services with 83% of those surveyed saying that they had high levels of satisfaction in the Scheme risk services. Satisfaction differed across the membership reflecting how risk services are delivered across the state with 73% of metro and 83% of regional members having high levels of satisfaction.
WA local governments control over 140 landfill facilities and approximately 84 waste transfer stations.
Waste and recycling facilities are considered high risk due to the increased levels of combustibles, the potential for environmental damage, and health and safety concerns.
Conflict in the workplace is almost an inevitable part of working life.
It is common to have disagreement with colleagues due to the fact that you are working with people who have different working preferences, personal values, and working styles.