Are you concerned about safety risks and their potential legal implications in your workplace?

The Australian Institute of Health and Safety has partnered with K&L Gates, experts in addressing workplace health and safety legal issues, to provide their business members with an exclusive member benefit.

By using the Take 15 hotline, AIHS members can now access a free 15-minute discussion with the K&L Gates national safety team about ways to control safety risks in their business, with an emphasis on proactive strategies for compliance and incident prevention.

With a single phone call, the team is here to help identify and address potential hazards before they become major problems, and to provide actionable tips on a variety of topics, including risk management, liability issues, and compliance requirements.

Utilising the expert guidance of the K&L Gates team is another step that employers can take to help ensure compliance with all relevant regulations and standards, and help demonstrate that they are taking steps to protect the health and wellbeing of their employees.

Don't wait until it's too late - take advantage of Take 15, a free 15-minute conversation and give your business the protection it deserves.

Call 1800 825 315 to speak to a member of the K&L Gates Safety team today and start mitigating your workplace risks. 

Offer available to AIHS members only*


About K&L Gates - Workplace Health & Safety

K&L Gates’ safety team has the depth of experience and expertise needed to help clients effectively manage complex and large-scale workplace fatalities, accidents and crisis situations. Their national team has been centrally involved in the crisis management response, Coronial Inquests and prosecutions that followed a large number of workplace tragedies. This unparalleled experience translates to their responsive and multi-dimensional approach to managing internal and external stakeholders, regulators and media whilst ensuring that organisational and officer liability is minimised.

They work collaboratively with their in-house clients and colleagues to help navigate complex workplace investigations through relationships with regulators and understanding of their coercive powers.

They frequently act for clients who have serious workplace accidents or incidents.

Their goal is to avoid prosecution. However, if charges are laid, they have the experience in managing regulatory prosecutions to assess, negotiate and resolve these matters efficiently and in an outcome-focused manner.

They provide compliance advice to a range of organisations to help them understand and discharge their obligations under safety legislation. They also offer bespoke client briefings and tailored training programs for officers in due diligence obligations.

The risk of psychological injuries in workplaces and the consequential challenges that arise in relation to managing safety effectively in large and complex workplaces, is an emerging issue on which government and regulators are heavily focused. The K&L Gates' team has expertise in assisting organisations to develop safety systems to manage psychosocial hazards and frameworks to investigate complaints that give rise to psychosocial harm.

Meet the K&L Gates Safety team

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*This offer does not apply to AIHS student member