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SAFETY INDUSTRY EXPERTS TO PROVIDE UNIQUE INSIGHTS

07-09-2018
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The agenda for the inaugural Safety Forum features more than 30 renowned speakers spread over two days at the Mercure Sydney Airport on the 25th and 26th September 2018.

The event is a joint presentation from myosh and The Safety Institute of Australia, and incorporates the SIA’s annual NSW state conference. Plenary sessions will focus on the concepts of Safety Differently, Psychological Health, New Technologies, Standards, and Law.

Speakers include Dr Drew Rae (Safety Differently), Dr Peta Miller (UNSW), Dr Sharon O’Neill (UNSW), and Rene Van der Merwe (QANTAS).

Highlights include presentations on: The 2018 amendments to the Chain of Responsibility, Treating ISO45001 as a strategic investment, Identifying and managing mental health risk factors, Safety Differently key concepts and emerging trends, New technologies hitting HSE, including the use of drones, and case studies from QANTAS, Cottonsoft, Laing O’Rourke, and the City of Nedlands.

According to myosh Director Adrian Manessis, “Safety professionals can expect to learn from each speaker’s unique insight, whilst forging important relationships and leaving with dozens of actionable takeaways.”

A limited number of seats are still available, and both myosh clients and SIA members are eligible for significantly discounted tickets.

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