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Event Details

Thursday, 23 April, 2020 -
09:00 to 17:00
Australian Eastern Standard Time (AEST)
TAS Branch

Location

Best Western Hotel
156 Bathurst Street
Hobart TAS 7000
Australia

Cost

AIHS Members $550 + GST
Non Members $650 + GST

Contact

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

Type

Workshop

The Australian Institute of Health & Safety would like you to join us on Thursday 23 April for the Marketing Health & Safety Properly Workshop at the Best Western Hotel. 

'Selling' health and safety seem to be a perpetual challenge for professionals.  The father of modern marketing, Peter Drucker, famously defined the end-point of marketing as a product or service that sells itself.  To us, the benefits of better health and safety may seem obvious – but it may not be to others.  

This workshop explores key concepts of marketing and sales, with participants applying them to the health and safety field in their specific context. Whether you’re ‘marketing’ to workers, senior managers or others in your supply chain, this workshop will help you close the gap between you and the people you seek to influence.

In this workshop we will: 

  • Dig into the must-know 'marketing 101' concepts
  • Join the dots between everyday marketing we engage with, and health and safety
  • Imagine what marketing success looks like, for you in your situation
  • Enable each participant to create a marketing plan & have the capability to implement it immediately

DETAILS:
Date: Thursday 23 April 2020
Time: 9:00 - 17:00
Location: 156 Bathurst Street, Hobart, TAS, 7000
Cost: AIHS / AIOH / HFESA Members - $550.00 +GST  I  Non Members - $650.00 +GST

 

PRESENTER:

Andrew Barrett, Chief Connector, Coach and Podcast Host, Safety on Tap

Andrew Barrett loves doing different things to get different results.  He launched Safety on Tap, Australia's #1 professional development podcast to support health and safety leaders around the globe to improve.  His job title, Chief Connector, means Andrew spends time doing three things all of which drive performance improvement: connecting people with new ideas, connecting people with each other, and connecting people with their better future selves.  Andrew lives outside the box, often running towards the very edges of what's possible.  He loves doing this with likeminded safety leaders in Australia & abroad, when advising on internal programs, facilitation, coaching and speaking at conferences.