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            Andrew Ross

            Supervising Lawyer

            Andrew is a Supervising Lawyer in DWF (Australia)’s Employment and Workplace Health and Safety team in the Brisbane office.

            Andrew is an experienced employment and safety lawyer. His intimate knowledge of the judicial system enables him to achieve efficient outcomes for clients.

            Andrew regularly advises employers in the mining, manufacturing, government, transport, environment services and aged carer sectors, on employment issues, work health and safety training, risk management, incident response, investigations and defending prosecutions.

            His experience project-managing large-scale regulatory and enforcement litigation matters allows him to quickly identify the client’s issue, and then provide a plan of action that deals with the legal issue and provides confidence for the client’s business.

            He assists safety executives and managers from national clients and State Government agencies.

            Outside of work Andrew is the Treasurer and Music programmer of the Sunlit Sounds Festival, a not for profit event celebrating Brisbane’s independent music scene. He also enjoys playing golf and rock guitar to relax.

            Andrew is a member of the Queensland Law Society.
            • Included in the Best Lawyers Australia list for Occupational Health & Safety, 2019 - 2021
            • Recommended by Doyle’s Guide as a Leading Workplace Health & Safety Lawyer (Queensland), 2019 - 2020
            • Acknowledged by Doyle’s Guide as an Employment & Workplace Health and Safety Rising Star (Australia), 2016

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