You have been disqualified from holding a driver’s licence – What can you do?
Monday, 5 December 2016
Author: Che Bunce
If you have been disqualified or suspended from driving, you may be eligible to apply for a Limited Licence, or what is commonly known as a “work licence”. A Limited Licence allows you to drive for a limited purpose such as driving to and from work, during limited times and days. A court may award a Limited Licence if it is satisfied that not granting it would cause you extreme hardship or cause another person undue hardship. Read more
Need a Special Licence?
Monday, 21 November 2016
Author: Robert Davies
If you are planning an end of year event or function where alcohol will be available, you may need a special licence. This article provides general information about special licences and includes useful hints and tips to ensure alcohol is supplied responsibly and safely, whether or not a special licence is required. Read more
Is Occupational Overuse Syndrome a Physical Injury?
Monday, 14 November 2016
Author: S-J Davies
Occupational overuse syndrome is a not uncommon condition that affects workers doing repetitive physical movements. It mainly affects the fingers, hands, wrists and elbows and involves swelling and pain to affected areas. It is a problem particularly relevant to desk bound office workers. But is it a physical injury that qualifies for ACC cover? Read more