The Safety Institute of Australia's WA Branch, invites you to attend a webinar at 6.00 pm (AWST) on Tuesday 24 July 2018.
WA’s OSH laws are currently being reformed and the new laws will impact upon everyone in the State. But with terms such as ‘harmonisation’, ‘model bill’, ‘reasonably practicable’ and ‘due diligence’, it’s easy to become lost amongst the jargon or feel like important information is going over your head.
The aim of this interactive webinar is to get back to basics and help you to understand law in simple, easy-to-understand language, so you can better understand OSH / WHS laws and the changes that are currently occurring in WA and Australia.
It will be aimed at workers, supervisors and business owners, and anyone else who has an interest in OSH / WHS laws. The seminar will run for approximately one hour with an additional 30 minutes for questions.
Gregory Ho, Lecturer, Edith Cowan University
Gregory Ho is a multi-award-winning lecturer at Edith Cowan University’s School of Medical and Health Sciences in the area of OSH / WHS law. He holds Masters Degrees in Occupational and Environmental Safety and Health, and Research Practice.
Sam Witton, Senior Associate, Seyfarth Shaw Australia
Sam Witton is a Senior Associate in the International Labour, Employment and Safety Group of Seyfarth Shaw Australia. He is a contributing author of the textbook, Australian Master Work Health and Safety Guide, and produces a monthly OSH e-newsletter, “60 Seconds with Sam”.
Date: Tuesday 24 July 2018
Time: 6.00 - 7.30 pm
SIA / AIOH / HFESA Members - Complimentary
Non Members - Complimentary
REGISTRATION WILL CLOSE AT 10.30am on TUESDAY 24 JULY.