Tag Archives: compliance auditing

Crossing the Aged-Care Compliance Gap

A 3-step template for organisations transitioning to the new aged-care quality standards. Transitioning to the new aged-care quality standards, which come into effect on the 1st July 2019, should not involve a blind leap of faith. It requires careful planning and execution. One way your organisation can successfully plan its transition is to carry out […]

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Franchisors must prove they have wage fraud under control

A series of government investigations and penalties surrounding systemic wage fraud within the Australian franchise sectors has put the onus on franchisors to prove they have wage fraud under control, or else suffer the wrath of investors, shareholders and the regulator. The situation has become so bad that Australia’s largest petrol retailer Caltex is getting […]

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The convergence of audit and inspection – are you prepared?

Date: January 2017 Economic, political and societal pressures have always influenced the evolution of audit and inspection; albeit along different paths. Today, these same pressures continue to shape auditing and inspection expectations; but something important has changed.   For the first time, these expectations share a common theme – the effective monitoring and control of operational risk. […]

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Rigorous Scientific Contractor Compliance Auditing System Delivers Improved Safety Outcomes for CitiPower/Powercor

Recent health and safety concerns surrounding the discovery of dangerous asbestos in Telstra pits and pipes being used by the NBN (Australia) for its rollout has highlighted the need for more rigorous compliance contractor auditing and inspection.  http://news.theage.com.au/breaking-news-national/onus-on-telstra-for-asbestos-work-govt-20130603-2nm4a.html As part of its agreement with the NBN, Telstra is required to repair and make safe the […]

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