Round Table Discussions

We invite you to attend a series of Round Table Discussions being held across the two-day event on the show floor, running as 20-minute topic centred discussions.You will find an interesting range of topics common across industries.

This sessions will take place on the Show Floor.

Free to attend. Register as a visitor now…

 

WEDNESDAY 22 MAY 2019

11:30am – 11:50am

 

Table A: When Should You Be Using VR training?

Discussion Facilitator: Motti Blum, Real Response

 

Hear examples of compliance units like fire, first aid & evacuation training with a view to help you understand how you can decide on the type of training your organisation should be investing in. We will weigh up the pros and cons of each type of training to provide clarity on what is best for you.

 

A 10-minute Q & A session will round off this discussion.

 

 

Table B: Issues with Employee Drug Testing In-House

Discussion Facilitator: Brooke Mitchener, Pathtech Science

 

Employers must provide a safe workplace under the duty of care provision in the OH&S act. Hear how Employee Drug Testing doesn’t have to be costly or time consuming; allow us to help with the number one selling Saliva Device in Australia as provided to all Police jurisdictions Nationwide.

 

A 10-minute Q & A session will round off this discussion.


2:30pm – 2:50pm

 

Table A: Increasing Staff Engagement While Driving a Safety Cultural Change Across the Company

Discussion Facilitator: Dr Manuel Seidel, ecoPortal

 

We will share ideas, actionable strategies and innovative practical examples of how technology can increase staff engagement by making it easy, fast, reliable, and convenient to enable capturing of accurate health and safety data throughout the company.

 

A 10-minute Q & A session will round off this discussion.

 

 

Table B: Keeping Your Lone Workers Safe is Paramount

Discussion Facilitator: Michelle Hoult, SafeTCard

 

Lone worker safety is our passion and it is all that we do. Hear case studies and best practice, demonstrating how SafeTCard can manage your lone workers for the full duration of a ‘Red Alert’.


THURSDAY 23 MAY 2019

11:30am – 11:50am

 

Table A: Removing Human Factors from Incidents

Discussion Facilitator: Shane Ballingall, Protective Innovations

 

Hear how we use technology to remove the human decision-making process from the critical seconds before an accident. Technology applicable for this includes our High Voltage detection systems, Personnel Detection Camera systems, spinal sensor devices and other devices which don’t rely on any individual to ensure ongoing safety.

 

A 10-minute Q & A session will round off this discussion.

 

 

Table B: Insights into Safer Driving for Work

Discussion Facilitator: Craig Cockerton & Jeremy Wilson, the Innovation Group

 

The focus of this discussion will be on the links between living, working and driving. We’ll be discussing the latest research-based insights into driver safety and behaviours, with a particular focus on how these insights can be applied to ‘driving for work’ situations.

 

A 10-minute Q & A session will round off this discussion.


2:30pm – 2:50pm

 

Table A: HSE System Configuration

Discussion Facilitator: Adrian Manessis, myosh

 

Every organisation works differently. Adrian will discuss configuration and integration options to optimise productivity and improvements. He has been directly involved with implementing safety management software for over 20 years. Adrian has a good understanding of why implementations can fail and how this can be prevented.

 

A 10-minute Q & A session will round off this discussion.

 

 

Table B: First Aid Information at Your Fingertips

Discussion Facilitator: Mike Tyrrell, Survival Emergency Solutions

 

Smart phones, tablets and computers can provide you with best practice first aid information at your fingertips, giving you the best possible chance to respond to an emergency.

 

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A 10-minute Q & A session will round off this discussion.