A series of free open forums will explore some of the hottest topics in OHS for 2019. These events offer the perfect opportunity to learn, discuss and collaborate about relevant and sometimes taboo issues in the workplace. Bring your colleagues and interact with industry professionals to discover brand new, innovative safety solutions you can implement in your workplace.
Lea Constantine, Partner and Division Co-Head, Strategic Advisory, Ashurst
Sarah Morrison, Workplace & Community Engagement Manager, Mental Health First Aid
Brad Glassington, Assistant State Inspector – Investigation & Emergency Response, SafeWork NSW
Fortunately, few workplaces know what to expect in the event of a fatality. In this safe forum, hear and learn from those who must deal with tragedy at the workplace.
Ian Firth, State Inspector, Psychosocial, SafeWork NSW
Aimee Gayed, Researcher, Workplace Mental Health Research Program, UNSW Sydney
Mark Pittman, General Manager Workers Compensation Government Services, Allianz Australia
Workplaces have a critical role in the recovery of a mentally ill employee. Hear from NSW’s leading experts on how to deal with the often very delicate issues surrounding mental health in the workplace.
Matt Langdon, CEO and Founder Hero Round Table
The opposite of a hero is not a villain; it’s a bystander. When a hero sees something they know is wrong, they do something about it. A bystander literally stands by. Join Matt Langdon from the Hero Round Table to learn about the barriers to heroic action and the ways you can use hero training to make it more likely that you’ll help others in their moment of need. We all say we’d do the right thing when asked, but why do so few act when actually called upon? With real life examples and the results of research, you’ll leave this session ready to be a hero.
Sue Bottrell, Director, ContactorSAFE
Hear an informative and practical session looking at the latest law in respect of general contractor management and safety. Also understand the planned HVNL reforms and the impact of the 2018 changes to the HVNL on the transport industry