13
Jan 20

Safe Work NSW’s Ian Firth on pending mental health policy changes

Despite the growing focus on psychological health and safety in the workplace, AIHS says there are still significant gaps in policy and regulation.  This has sparked discussion with Safe Work Australia regarding legislative changes to ensure all jurisdictions are operating at the highest level. Ian Firth, State Inspector of SafeWork NSW, shed some light on … Continue reading Safe Work NSW’s Ian Firth on pending mental health policy changes

06
Jan 20

Crisis Communication in 8 Steps

Examples of poorly executed (or non existent) crisis communication strategies are easy to find – owing to their usually prolific media presence. Company crises occur every day – what differs is how organisations handle them and your fate relies heavily on how you communicate with your consumers. They will neither be understanding nor forgiving if … Continue reading Crisis Communication in 8 Steps

11
Dec 19

How The Public Sector Can Utilise Marketing Automation

Since the announcement back in 2018 that the Australian government is to launch a new digital transformation strategy at the beginning of 2019, it has been all systems go in the marketing automation space. The Government’s digital transformation vision for 2025 is: We will deliver world-leading digital services for the benefit of all Australians. What … Continue reading How The Public Sector Can Utilise Marketing Automation

25
Nov 19

‘Dog-eat-dog’ – Regulation in Australia vs the United States

Multi agency collaboration is intrinsically linked with stronger enforcement and investigations outcomes. With the number of professionals in regulatory roles growing each year, resource management is becoming a greater issue. Collaboration can enhance the efficiency of investigations and result in better enforcement outcomes. The advantages of aligning national and international players are widely known, but … Continue reading ‘Dog-eat-dog’ – Regulation in Australia vs the United States

18
Nov 19

5 Security Measures For Government When Choosing a Communication Platform

When it comes to deciding what platform or service you want to use, making the right choice can be a hard decision. There are a number of things to consider during the purchasing process such as costs, the reliability of the platform, where your data is held, its features and more. If you work in … Continue reading 5 Security Measures For Government When Choosing a Communication Platform

18
Nov 19

Five Tools to Strengthen Investigations & Enforcement

As the regulation and enforcement role continues to evolve, professionals are expected to achieve more with fewer resources on a tighter time frame. Regulators are turning to tools and technology to achieve more effective outcomes. Here are five set to transform the space: Are you looking for other ways you can increase the efficiency of … Continue reading Five Tools to Strengthen Investigations & Enforcement

11
Nov 19

5 Cognitive Biases affecting your Communication Plan

Your beliefs and opinions are based on years of experience and objective analysis, making them rational, logical and impartial – right? Even the best of us tend to see the world through glasses forged from our past experiences and allow our preconceptions to dictate our reactions to various scenarios.  Cognitive biases affect the way we … Continue reading 5 Cognitive Biases affecting your Communication Plan