Infection Control, Disease Management and Biosecurity
Your journey towards managing your company’s regulatory risk starts here.
Complimentary Regulatory Compliance module:
Complimentary Privacy and Data Protection checklist
The impact of the Google GDPR decision for Australian companies
Complimentary Cybersecurity checklist
This checklist has been designed to help you identify your cybersecurity requirements.
The impact of GDPR on Australian businesses
Commonwealth Procurement—Managing the unknowns
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We work alongside a panel of carefully selected software partners where you can access a complete package of content and software.
LexisNexis Regulatory Compliance is a legal obligations register and alerting solution that combines regulatory content with technology to empower you to take control of your compliance obligations.
Complimentary access to the Modern Slavery module
The Modern Slavery module provides clear guidance on which entities fall into the modern slavery reporting category, as well as what measures, strategies and remedial action should be taken to assess modern slavery risks in operations and supply chains. It also assists entities to prepare their modern slavery statement according to the required content and criteria, approval process and reporting deadlines.
The module also provides information on how to identify and mitigate modern slavery risks in different aspects of your business activities including recruitment and employment practices, workplace operations, procurement and more.
Complimentary Checklist: Infection Control, Disease Management and Biosecurity
As businesses continue to operate in the current environment, it’s important that you are aware of your Covid-19 compliance obligations that relate to Infection Control, Disease Management and Biosecurity, which is why we are offering you a complimentary checklist.
This checklist is taken from our latest Regulatory Compliance module, Infection Control, Disease Management and Biosecurity Module.
Australia's new Consumer Data Right – What's not to like?
The introduction of the CDR is coming during a time of increased regulation across many sectors of the Australian economy.
Dudley Kneller is a Partner at Gadens and a legal expert for LexisNexis Regulatory Compliance. In this whitepaper, Dudley explains what the CDR framework is, who it impacts and outlines how you and your business can prepare for it.
Download your complimentary Privacy and Data Protection checklist
Having a governance structure around privacy and data protection is critical to your business which is why are offering you a complimentary checklist. This checklist has been designed to help you identify your privacy and data protection obligations.
Download your complimentary Cybersecurity checklist
Having a governance structure around cybersecurity risk has never been more important for Australian organisations, which is why we are offering you a complimentary checklist. This checklist has been designed to help you identify your cybersecurity requirements.
Risk Management Forum: Ask the Best Questions
There has been a fundamental shift in the risk landscape and the spotlight has never shone brighter on risk management in Australia. ‘Ask the best questions’ was the theme to this year’s National Risk Management Forum, hosted by Governance Institute of Australia. You can download a summary of the event, co-authored by LexisNexis and Governance Institute of Australia.
Commonwealth Procurement—Managing the unknowns
Sparke Helmore Lawyers Partner, Robert Watson and Associate, David Martin outline the various procurement models that are available to a Commonwealth agency when they approach the market for goods and services. Their insights can help you choose which model is best for your needs based on what is known and unknown!
Do you have policies and procedures in place to identify and manage a notifiable data breach?
Dudley Kneller is a Partner at Madgwicks and a legal expert for LexisNexis Regulatory Compliance. In this whitepaper, Dudley defines what an ‘eligible data breach’ is, sets out how to notify a data breach and outlines the strong penalties that apply if you fail to provide notification about a notifiable data breach.
The Government Procurement (Judicial Review) Bill 2017 —Federal Court set to scrutinise Commonwealth procurement.
Sparke Helmore Lawyers' Partner, Robert Watson and Lawyer, David Martin discuss the proposed Government Procurement (Judicial Review) Bill 2017 (Cth). The authors outline how these new processes will operate as well as providing steps that government agencies can take now to address the potential impacts of the Bill.
Did you know that penalties for breaching the Spam Act include a $2.1 million fine payable per day?
Dudley Kneller is a Partner at Madgwicks and a legal expert for LexisNexis Regulatory Compliance. In this whitepaper, Dudley identifies four key compliance challenges faced when engaging in social media activities.
Customer in Focus: Archdiocese of Brisbane
Find out how the Archdiocese of Brisbane and LexisNexis worked together to build a tailored compliance solution that helped the Archdiocese have a clearer understanding of its obligations under the law, turning 4 hours of compliance research into 10 minutes of clarity.
Procurement overhaul—amended Commonwealth Procurement Rules bring substantial change
Sparke Helmore Lawyers Partner, Robert Watson and Lawyer, David Martin outline changes for prescribed corporate Commonwealth entities on addressing new and updated procurement obligations. These have been described as the "biggest change ever" and "a big deal for Australian jobs."
60% of small businesses claimed to have experienced unfairness in contract terms and conditions.
In this latest whitepaper, 'Understanding the Unfair Contract Terms Legislation', Michael Terceiro outlines the recent changes to the Australian Consumer Law 2010 (Cth) that prohibits unfair contract terms in standard form contracts.
"Decision making is now replete with complementary and sometimes conflicting obligations."
Brian Herd is a Partner at CRH Law, expert in Elder Law and is a legal expert for LexisNexis Regulatory Compliance. His whitepaper addresses the key issues when it comes to decision making in aged care.
Specifically, it addresses the balance between respecting care recipients' decisions and managing aged care providers' liability.