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Selecting a WHSO Course

According to the Work Health and Safety Act 2011, any business with more than 30 employees must appoint a trained Work Health and Safety Officer (WHSO), and businesses with fewer employees can also elect to appoint one if they so choose. These officers make sure that the workplace abides by the health and safety regulations laid out in the WHS/OH&S acts, in turn ensuring that workplaces are as safe as they possibly can be. Read More 

What To Look For In An Ideal Child Care Centre

One of the most significant challenges for parents today is how to juggle child care and employment. Children, especially those under five years, need constant attention and parents are not always available all day to look after them. While hiring a nanny is a viable option, taking your child to a child care centre is more beneficial to the child. Child care centres today are equipped with staff and equipment aimed at ensuring the child develops holistically. Read More 

3 Factors That Should Help You Decide Which Driving School to Choose

Going for driving lessons has become a rite of passage for almost everyone. Driving is slowly becoming an inevitable thing in life and therefore having a driving license is very important. Are you looking for tips on what to look for when choosing a driving school? Apart from price, which plays a huge role as to whether or not a driving school is good for you, below are some of the factors to check. Read More 

What Responsibilities Are Involved with the Transportation of Dangerous Goods?

Modern-day society relies on a huge variety of different materials in order to create products, provide services and in short, to make the world go round. Many of these materials can be classified as hazardous to human beings in certain circumstances, but they nevertheless need to be manufactured and moved to various parts of the country on a regular basis. The transportation of dangerous goods is a significant responsibility for those involved and requires a specific approach in order to minimise risk. Read More 

Why Giving Back to the Community Is Great for Business

Your small business does not need to have a huge budget or full team of marketers to give back to the community through charitable donations. There are some creative ways for a business to impart social generosity within the neighbourhood  and benefit the company at the same time. Consider these compelling reasons why your business will gain substantial benefits through giving back to the community. Tax Benefits One of the most immediate compensations are in tax savings. Read More