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DWF Risk and Resile launch COVID-19 workplace advisory panel

21 May 2020
The recently launched DWF Risk has partnered with Resile to form a specialist workplace medicolegal panel.
Following the Federal Government's three-step plan to ease restrictions over the coming months, the panel has been set up to assist businesses to manage the safe and productive return to work post COVID-19.

The panel will work with businesses to tailor a plan to navigate a successful return to "the new normal" and to manage ongoing issues.

The panel comprises industry leaders Darren Sharry (leading the DWF Risk team), Dr Rob McCartney (leading the Resile team) and Jamie McPherson (who will be supporting DWF's Employment & Safety team).

Commenting on this new panel, DWF's Managing Director in Australia, Jamie McPherson said: "We are looking forward to playing an important role in assisting businesses to safely and effectively manage the safe return to the workplace during what is a very confusing and challenging time for employers." 

DWF Risk is a new Connected Services business of global legal business, DWF, that has been set up to provide work health and safety (WHS) and workplace relations investigation, assurance and consulting services.

Further information about the advisory panel, including contact details, can be found in this brochure


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