Event Details

Thursday, 30 March, 2023 - 17:30 to 19:30
Australian Central Western Standard Time (ACWST)
WA Branch


Central Park Tower Conference Auditorium
152/158 St Georges Tce
Perth WA 6000


AIHS Members: $20+GST 
Non-Members: $30+GST 


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


Networking Event

The WA Branch invites you to join us on Thursday 30 March 2023  for the Perth Safety Sundowner, SPECIAL GUEST - Mr Greg Smith 

You can expect a great view, great refreshments and great conversations with safety professionals and others who are 'safety adjacent

The event will be hosted by the WA Branch and sponsored by Sundstrom Recruitment and Trainwest Safety Institute.

Event Details
Date: Thursday 30 March 2023
Time: 5:30pm – 7:30pm (WAST)
Venue: Central Park Tower Conference Auditorium - 152/158 St Georges Terrace. Venue can be accessed from ground floor, opposite Hemmingway Cafe. 
Cost: AIHS Members: $20+GST | Non-Members: $30+GST
*Maximum 45 registrants*

Finger food and drinks provided

Your Speaker

Greg is an international award-winning author and qualified lawyer who has spent more than three decades specialising in safety and health management. Greg works with clients helping them to understand their responsibility for safety and health and develop processes to discharge those responsibilities.

In addition to being a lawyer, Greg has worked as the Principal Safety Advisor for a major oil and gas company and General Manager Health and Safety in a transport and mining services company. Greg holds various board positions and taught the Accident Prevention unit at Curtin University in Western Australia.

Greg is the author of, Management Obligations for Safety and Health and Paper Safe: The triumph of bureaucracy and safety management, co-author of, Risky Conversations: The Law, Social Psychology and Risk and the editor of Contractor Safety Management, which won the 2014 World Safety Organisation’s Educational Award.


This event will be held in a COVID-19 safe manner. If you have symptoms, have tested positive, or are a close contact, please stay home and follow current government guidelines.