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Event Details

Thursday, 12 September, 2019 -
07:00 to 17:00
Australian Eastern Standard Time (AEST)
NSW Branch

Location

SMC Sydney Convention & Function Centre
66 Goulburn St
Sydney NSW 2000
Australia

Cost

Early Bird Rates (Close Friday 16 August 2019)

AIHS Individual Member - Full Day    $300.00 + GST
AIHS Corporate Member Full Day     $300.00 + GST
AIHS Member ½ Day                         $150.00 + GST

Non-Member Full Day                        $450.00 + GST
Non-Member ½ Day                           $225.00 + GST

AHIS Breakfast Seminar                    $50 + GST   
Non-Member Breakfast Seminar        $65 + GST

 

Standard Rates (from Saturday 17 August 2019)

AIHS Individual Member Full Day    $400.00 + GST
AIHS Corporate Member Full Day   $400.00 + GST
AIHS Member 1/2 Day                     $200.00 + GST

Non-Member Full Day                       $550.00 + GST
Non-Member 1/2 Day                        $275.00+ GST

AHIS Breakfast Seminar                   $50 + GST   
Non-Member Breakfast Seminar       $65 + GST

Contact

Event Organising Body: 
Australian Insitute of Health & Safety
Event Organiser: 
NSW Branch

Type

Conference

The NSW Branch Committee of the Australian Institute of Health & Safety is pleased to announce the 2019 AIHS NSW Safety Symposium will be held on Thursday 12 September. This year’s event is titled ‘Safety Leadership: the art of letting go’.

Event Details
Date:Thursday 12 September 2019
Time: 9:00am - 5:00pm
Venue: Ionic Room SMC Sydney Conference & Function Centre, 66 Goulburn St, Sydney NSW

 

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Program
*This project is subject to change

7:00am - Doric Room

Legal Breakfast Briefing: Boland Report - Outcomes from the Consultation Phase

Facilitated by: Alena Titterton, Partner, Clyde & Co
Panel:
Liam O'brien, Assistant Secretary, ACTU
Katherine Morris, Partner, Norton Rose Fulbright
David Clarke, CEO, Australian Institute of Health & Safety

8:30am

Conference Delegate Registration

9:00am 

Welcome
Presented by David Clarke, CEO, Australian Institute of Health & Safety

9:10am 

Keynote: To be or not to be: A systematic review and critique of safety leadership research, and ways forward
Presented by Tristan Casey, Lecturer, Griffith University

9:40am 

Hard Lessons for Letting Go: A Case Study of a Multi-National High Risk Organisation
Presented by Carl Tinsley, Behavioural Safety Specialist, Breaking Ground

10:10am 

Hazards of Change - Lowering the risk of injury through intentional implementation
Presented by: Margo Fox, Principal Consultant, Riskcom

10:45am

  Morning Tea Break

11:00am 

WORKSHOP STREAM 1

WORKSHOP STREAM 2 WORKSHOP STREAM 3
The Manager as Coach
Presented by Mark Cooper, HHSE Program Manager, UGL
Mindful Me: How to Catch a Curveball
Presented by Penni Lamprey
Are we Killing Safety Training
Presented by Sarah-Jane Dunford, Owner, Riskology

12:30pm 

 Lunch Break

1:30pm

WORKSHOP STREAM 1

WORKSHOP STREAM 2 WORKSHOP STREAM 3
Why Wellbeing Whitewash Won’t Work: What Psychological Health and Safety Really Means for OS
Presented by Rebecca Michalak
Old stories restrain while new stories reframe
Presented by Campbell Warren, General Manager, Downer Group

John McDonald, President & CEO ProActive ReSolutions

Leading Mindfully – Letting Go to Achieve More
Presented by Traci Carse Organisational Psychologist, SafetyWorks Group

3:00pm

Afternoon Tea Break

3:15pm 

Safety Leadership – The art of letting go by creating a culture of CARE (Controlling and reducing exposure)
Presented by John Barclay, Managing Director, Barclay Safety Solutions

3:40pm

Mindful Leadership: Building the Best Version of your Team, Everyday
Presented by Alistair Schuback, Safety Culture Specialist, Aframes Safety

4:10pm Aliumworks Cadetship Presentation

4:20pm 

Panel Discussion: "How the Safety Profession can be better equipped to manage psychosocial risks within their businesses”
Panel Members:

  • Wade Needham
  • Rebecca Michalak
  • Traci Carse, Organisational Psychologist, SafetyWorks Group
  • Jim Kelly, SafeWork NSW

5:00pm to 6:00pm

Networking Drinks

Sponsorship
If you would like to find out more about becoming a sponsor of the 2019 NSW Safety Symposium please contact us on events@aihs.org.au