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Did you miss our webinar on the new Workplace Manslaughter Laws?

24 June 2020

Victoria’s tough new Workplace Manslaughter Laws may affect you.

Horner recently hosted a webinar on the topic of the new Victorian Workplace Manslaughter Laws with guest speaker Gina Capasso of KHQ Lawyers, an expert lawyer in workplace health and safety laws, and Peter Langford, Horner Director as the Facilitator.  The recording of the webinar is available as a video on demand.

In the webinar, Gina discussed and provided guidance on solutions to the questions and issues confronting businesses under these impending new laws.

With the potential of imprisonment of up to 20 years for individuals and fines of up to $16.5 million for companies, it is critical for all businesses, regardless of size or industry, to understand and prepare for these new laws.

As the new Victorian workplace manslaughter laws commence on 1st July 2020, now is the time for all organisations to focus on these new laws and take steps to prepare.

We’ve already received some positive feedback from our webinar:
“A very informative and helpful session.”
“Fantastic webinar Gina and Peter, very clear and informative.”
“Thanks guys. Very thorough and informative. Would be good to see more of these.”

Request a recording of the webinar

If you missed the webinar or would like to share it with your colleagues, please email horner@horner.com.au for access to the webinar available on-demand.

Need advice?

Should you need any advice or direction on preparing for the new laws reach out to Gina Capasso at gcapasso@khqlawyers.com.au.

For any recruitment or HR needs or advice, please contact your Horner Consultant or make an enquiry today.


About the presenter:

Gina Capasso

Principal Solicitor

KHQ Lawyers

Gina is a specialist workplace health and safety lawyer and has longstanding experience in workplace health and safety, industrial relations and employment law. Gina joined KHQ Lawyers having come from multinational top tier and national firms in Australia.

Working closely with her clients, Gina provides practical advice and legal representation. She regularly puts on her hi vis, safety boots and hard hat to visit client sites and projects to gain a deeper understanding of their operations. She provides solutions with practical application having regard to imperative business needs and drivers whilst minimising legal risk and protecting her client’s legal position.

Read Gina’s full profile >

www.khq.com.au/

About the Facilitator:

 Peter Langford
Peter Langford

Director

Horner Recruitment

Peter holds a wealth of experience in providing recruitment and HR services to many industry sectors. With over 35 years’ experience in the staffing sector gained in both Australia and the UK Peter has, as a result, developed a broad knowledge of workplace health and safety matters through the provision of large casual workforce’s. He is the owner and Managing Director of Horner and has also played an active role in the industry via the recruitment sector’s peak body (the RCSA), having served on their national board for 10 years. His current role for the RCSA is as a member of their professional practice council.

At Horner, Peter and his team are committed to providing added value, sharing knowledge and building strong, trusting and long-term relationships with our clients.  As such, Horner proudly hosts industry forums such as this webinar, as a means of bringing colleagues and peers together from across a broad range of sectors, in a neutral setting, to discuss challenges and provide potential solutions on issues of common interest.

 

Horner, the Melbourne Recruitment Specialists raising the bar in Recruitment.

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