With the world grappling with its response to COVID-19, keeping your employees safe has never been more important.
The Gallagher Workplace Risk team has the expertise to help guide your business through these turbulent times by providing services that focus on protecting your people. We’ve created a downloadable guide to give you more information on how our Workplace Risk team can help you, your business and people.
How we can help
Our Workplace Risk team can help support your business in a variety of ways, including:
Our suite of e-learning packages can help maintain engagement for staff working at home and keep work focused on productive and meaningful business activity.
Our experienced team have developed a range of modules designed to help through the current COVID-19 outbreak which will help employees who are working from home to establish and maintain a routine, maximise their work from home set-up and monitor their own mental health.
With so many businesses moving to remote working quickly, it is important to remember that having the right ergonomic set-up in place can help avoid unnecessary injuries to your employees.
Our Occupational Therapists can conduct 30 minute tele-health assessments to help manage the new risks created from work from home environments as well as providing mental health screening.
Across Australia, different states and territories will respond differently to COVID-19 and its implications on workers compensation.
Our specialists are available to answer any questions you might have regarding your specific policies.
Understanding the insurance policies you currently have in place will go a long way to ensuring you can focus on running your business. Each insurer will respond differently to COVID-19 and our brokers have a direct line to insurers and can provide the latest advice and information.
We also act as your advocate if you do need to claim and can help you get the best outcome for your business.
To find out more about how the Gallagher Workplace Risk team can help your business, get in touch.
To the extent that any material in this document may be considered advice, it does not take into account your objectives, needs or financial situation. You should consider whether the advice is appropriate for you and review any relevant Product Disclosure Statement and policy wording before taking out an insurance policy.