Workers Compensation Premium Reviews

November 14, 2019Industry News No Comments

Workers compensation is a complex and often costly part of running a business. Ever changing legislation in this area can make it difficult for employers to manage, and subject them to harsh penalties for non-compliance.  What affects my workers compensation premium?   Workers compensation premiums, and how they are calculated, are complex. Many businesses don’t… Read More →

Certification vs Legal Compliance

November 8, 2019Industry News No Comments

Achieving certification to the Australian or international standards for occupational health and safety or environmental management systems does not mean that a business is automatically compliant with its legal duties under OHS or environmental law.   Over the years, we have provided advice to businesses of all sizes. When we ask business owners or directors… Read More →

Future Planning Opportunity

November 8, 2019Industry News No Comments

Owners who ponders over selling their business does not always do so out of financial desperation or trouble, often because they are looking for the next opportunity or are future planning. Current climate conditions are producing a “sellers market”, read on for the contributing factors:   Investors are facing extremely low or negative interest rates and… Read More →

Media Release: Victorian manufacturing continues to grow

April 12, 2018Industry News No Comments

Victorian manufacturing continues to grow – supporting jobs, exports and economic growth across the state. The Australian Industry Group’s monthly Performance of Manufacturing Index, released today, shows that Victoria’s manufacturing index has grown for a 14th consecutive month – the longest run of expansion since 2003. This growth builds on the latest Australian Bureau of… Read More →

TRJ expands with move to new facility

February 9, 2017Industry News No Comments

TRJ Engineering has expanded its capabilities with a move to a new, larger site in Hallam, Victoria. TRJ began operations in Keysborough in 1974, but moved to Hallam around 20 years ago, eventually occupying three adjacent sites on the same street. The new facility is only round the corner from the old premises, but at… Read More →