Thermoscan (National Supplier Partner) – 10% Discount For ClientsThermography Inspections of Electrical Assets
Established in 1980, Thermoscan provides independent specialist consulting thermography services to thousands of business across Australasia. Our thermographers are highly trained electricians with Level 1 or 2 thermography qualification. Our technicians are based in Queensland, (Brisbane, Gold Coast, Sunshine Coast), New South Wales & Victoria. We cover all other areas at least twice per annum.
We use highly trained technicians and state of the art Flir infrared equipment to capture and interpret thermal images (or thermograms). A thermal inspection from Thermoscan provides instant results in the form of feedback from our trained professionals. Furthermore, they produce a report detailing crucial diagnostics of your specified electrical assets.
Regular thermography inspections of your electrical assets allow us to identify electrical faults before their failure becomes a costly concern for your business.
SteadfastGet a steadfast insurance broker on your team
Sear Insurance Brokers is part of Australasia’s largest general insurance broker network. Steadfast’s scale and market leading innovation mean we are in a stronger position to secure the best insurance solutions for you, at a competitive price.
MSM Loss ManagementLoss Management Consultants - Insurance Claims Preparation, Loss Managers, Claims Adjusters, Forensic Accounting, Litigation Support
The MSM Group is Australasia’s premier provider of Business Interruption Consulting, Litigation Support, Claims Management, Compliance and related support services
Need a BrokerAssists businesses and individuals find the right broker
If you’re looking for insurance for your business or your treasured possessions, a qualified insurance broker is your best source of advice.
CFA – Country Fire AuthorityCFA is a volunteer and community based fire and emergency services organisation
CFA are committed to the prevention, preparedness, response and recovery phases of emergency situations
OandaLeading in providing currency data
OANDA is a leader in currency data, offering leveraged trading, hedging, payment and data services for a wide range of organisations and investors.
BOM – Bureau of MeteorologyProvides expertise in weather forecasting
The Bureau of Meteorology is Australia’s national weather, climate and water agency. Its experience services assists Australians in dealing with the harsh realities of their national environment, including drought, floods, fires, storms, tsunami and tropical cyclones.
Dun & BradstreetWorld's leading source of commercial information and insight
Dun & Bradstreet lead in sourcing commercial information and insight, assisting Australian businesses to making informed sales, risk and debt management decisions.
ABN Look UpProvides a public view of the Australian Business Register
ABN Lookup provides access to publicly available information supplied by businesses when they register for an Australian Business Number.
Insurance Council AustraliaICA is a representative body of the general insurance industry in Australia
ICA represents the general insurance industry in Australia. Its members represent more than 90% of total premium income written by private sector general insurances.
Victorian Building AuthorityProvides regulation for building and plumbing practitioners
VBA regulates building and plumbing practitioners to ensure the achievement of efficient and competition building and plumbing industries in Victoria. Services involve registering, licensing and disciplining plumbers, supporting the Building Practitioners Board, overseeing work of building surveyors, etc.
Construction Cost Estimator
Construction Cost estimator based on data from BMT Quantity Surveyors
ASGA – Australian Sign & Graphics AssociationRepresenting the sign industry
ASGA is the peak body representing sign makers, sign installers, sign writers, graphic designs, sign educators and apprentices who use sign making equipment. The primary aims are to build a professional industry through providing a useful resource identity and providing ongoing education and training.
AISF – Australasian Institute of Surface FinishingRepresenting the Australian surface finishing industry
AISF represents the professional interests of its members and promotes compliance and excellence within the industry. ASIF is a not for profit member association representing the professional interests of primarily Australian powder coaters, electroplaters, anodisers and other individuals involved in the surface finishing industry, including supplier companies with a strong focus on working with the regulators and engaging with government to drive change from within industry.
WADIC – Window & Door Industry CouncilService organisation for the building and construction industry
WADIC is a service organisation for timber window and door manufacturers, supplying products to the building and construction industry. Our role is to assist members in compliance with relevant Australian standards and codes, to promote the environmental and energy performance benefits of
member’s products, and provide members with options for window energy rating systems.
KBDi – Kitchen and Bathroom Designers InstituteProviding certification and development to bathroom and kitchen designers
The KBDi is a national organisation providing kitchen and bathroom designers with certification, professional development and networking opportunities to members .
UAC – Underwriting Agencies CouncilRepresenting Australia's underwriting agencies
Underwriting Agencies Council is a representative organisation for Australia and New Zealand underwriting agencies with a purpose to serve the interests of underwriting agencies.
ANZIIF – Australian & New Zealand Institute of Insurance and FinanceThe leading provider of education to the insurance and financial services industry
ANZIIF is the leading provider of education, training and professional development services to the insurance and financial services industry in Australia, New Zealand and the Asia Pacific region. The Institute’s commitment to providing relevant, high quality qualifications and education programs is underpinned by its role in partnering the industry and its members.
NIBA – National Insurance Brokers AssociationNational Trade Association for licensed life and general insurance brokers in Australia
NIBA is a not for profit organisation and neither sells insurance products or represents insurance companies. NIBA is the national voice of insurance brokers and an advocate for insurance consumers. Our website provides information for consumers, insurance and risk professionals throughout the industry and NIBA members.
AASW – Australian Association of Social WorkersThe representative body of social workers in Australia
AASW is the professional representative body of social workers in Australia. We cater for the professional needs and interests of our social work members practising in a diverse range of fields, employment and locations
VicRoadsVicRoads provide Victorians with safe and easy connections to the people and places that matter most to them.
VicRoads plans, develops and manages the arterial road network and delivers road safety initiatives and customer focused registration and licensing services.
VicRoads – Vehicle Registration EnquiryFind information on vehicles
Assists you in checking the registration status and obtaining general information for a vehicle in Victoria.
Financial Services Guide
The financial services referred to in this financial services guide (FSG) are offered by Sear & Associates Insurance Brokers Pty. Ltd. ABN 15 006 568 501.
This Financial Services Guide (FSG) contains important information and details about our relationship with you. It sets out information required by law to assist you in deciding whether to use any of our services:
The Sear Insurance Brokers policy on protecting the privacy of our clients.
Insurance Brokers Code of PracticeSear Insurance Brokers subscribe to the NIBA Code of Practice
All reputable Insurance Brokers are governed by a strong Code of Practice
The Insurance Brokers Code of Practice sets out the minimum service standards consumers can expect when they use an insurance broker and outlines what to do in the unlikely event they have a complaint to make.
General Insurance Code of Practice
The General Insurance Code of Practice was introduced in 1994 by the Insurance Council of Australia.
It sets out the standards that general insurers must meet when providing services to their customers.