Event Details

Thursday, 28 September, 2023 - 17:30 to 19:30
Australian Central Western Standard Time (ACWST)
WA Branch


Central Park, Level 32,
152 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 for the September Perth Safety Sundowner.

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

Our theme for the evening will be focusing on the approaches to address the complex Work, Health and Safety (WHD) challenges within the mining sector through the Mental Awareness, Respect and Safety (MARS) Centre. 

Event Details
Date: Thursday 28th September 2023
Time: 5:30pm – 7:30pm (WAST)
Venue: WeWork, Central Park, Level 32, 152 St Georges Terrace. The venue can be accessed via the Central Park lifts
Cost: AIHS Members: $20+GST | Non-Members: $30+GST
*Maximum 65 registrants*
Finger food and drinks provided

Mental Awareness, Respect and Safety (MARS) Centre

The MARS Centre is an Edith Cowan University (ECU) industry collaboration centre for the mining sector that helps improve safety and wellbeing through research and education to:

  • Create mentally healthy workplaces
  • Build a culture of safety and respect
  • Prepare for workplace safety in future mining

Website: ECU | Mental Awareness, Respect and Safety (MARS) Centre


Dr Marcus Cattani – Deputy Director of MARS Centre, Industry engagement & Mining WHS

Dr Marcus Cattani is a Senior Lecturer and Post Graduate Course Co-ordinator in Occupational Health and Safety within the School of Medical and Health Sciences.

Marcus has worked as an academic, occupational hygienist, HSE Manager and consultant in the chemical, manufacturing, engineering and resources industries for over 30 years.  Marcus is passionate about improving the management of injury risk to an acceptable level, and assisting organisations develop the risk management partnerships required to achieve this.  His research focusses on the development of educational materials to assist organisations understand and manage risk, and the development of processes to measure risk.  Marcus sits on several Committees supporting work health and safety practice through industry collaboration and research.

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