Event Details

Wednesday, 23 June, 2021 - 17:30 to 18:30
Australian Eastern Standard Time (AEST)


Old Canberra Inn
195 Mouat Street
Lyneham ACT 2602


AIHS Member: $10+GST I  Non-Member: $15+GST


Event Organising Body: 
Australian Institute of Health & Safety
(03) 8336 1995


Networking Event

Join us on Wednesday 23 June for the ACT Branch June Network Event to meet, greet and consider the program to support the WHS & associated professions. David Broadhurst will provide a brief presentation on the digital Wellbeing Program on the CodeSafe Platform.

Finger food will be provided and drinks available for purchase in the Stables Courtyard at the Old Canberra Inn in Lyneham.

Key Learning Outcomes:
1. Welcome all new members over 2020
2. Share lessons across our WHS disciplines
3. Capture event ideas for 2021
4. Announce a new Chapter for the ACT Branch

Event Details: 
Date: Wednesday 23 June 2021
Time: 17:30 - 18:30 AEST
Location: Old Canberra Inn, 195 Mouat Street, Lyneham, ACT, 2602
Cost: AIHS Member: $10+GST I  Non-Member: $15+GST

Your Speaker:
David Broadhurst, Co-founder & CEO, Codesafe

David co-founded CodeSafe Solutions in 2011 to transform how critical information is communicated to remote workers. With a background in the construction industry managing the installation of pipelines all over Australia, David developed CodeSafe’s award-winning Experiential Learning Process to improve worker engagement and reduce risk in the workplace.

His commitment to reform the educational and VET sector, led him to pioneer on-site mentoring and coaching workshops to influence workplace behaviour, develop inspirational leaders and increase productivity. As a recognised expert on worker engagement, David contributes to thought leadership panels, including RMIT’s Industry Advisory Groups, and presents to conferences and seminars on issues of safety and knowledge retention.

Outside of CodeSafe, David likes to keep fit through running and other outdoor pursuits. Originally from England, he came to Australia to contest the Victorian professional athletics circuit, where he competed successfully for a number of years in metropolitan and regional centres.