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Join us on Wednesday 20 October 2021 for the North West Sydney and Central Coast safety group meeting
Topic: Contractor Safety: How much is too much?
In this session, we will focus on:
How much influence and control is reasonable when managing contractor health and safety?
This webinar will outline obligations, threats and opportunities when managing contractor health and safety. Often organisations struggle to understand the right balance with:
• Compliance vs culture
• One size fits all vs a tailored approach
• How much to give vs our much to get.
Contractor management can be complex and a burden for multiple stakeholders if not deployed effectively. Conversely, simplifying contractor management based on risk can provide huge amounts of opportunity to reduce compliance burdens, effectively engage stakeholders, and build high performing cultures.
• Different types of contractors
• Segmenting contractors
• Collaborating with contractors
• Measuring contractor safety performance.
Our presenters are Mark Wright, Managing Director, FEFO Consulting (Sydney) and Terry Swanton, Director, FEFO Consulting (Melbourne).
Mark Wright is a trusted risk, health and safety professional committed to preventing harm and enabling high levels of performance. Mark is the Managing Director of FEFO Consulting and the Health Safety Index. Mark’s career has included work as Non-Executive Director, several senior leadership positions and work over 15 countries across mining, oil gas, facilities management, construction and utilities.
Terry Swanton is a senior health, safety and environmental expert with a proven track record in delivering effective outcomes. He currently works as a Director with FEFO Consulting and has worked across several high risk industries such as construction, services, events management and motor sports.
Date: Wednesday 20 October 2021
Time: 8:00am - 9:00am AEDT
Format: Webinar: Login details will be emailed to registered attendees 1-2 days prior to the webinar.