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Event Details

Friday, 4 October, 2019 -
09:00 to 17:00
Australian Western Standard Time (AWST)

Location

Edith Cowan University, Mount Lawley Campus
2 Bradford Street
MOUNT LAWLEY WA 6050
Australia

Cost

EARLY BIRD RATES (close 20 September 2019)
AIHS Individual Member                 $195.00
AIHS Corporate Member                $195.00
AIHS Student                                  $75.00
Non Member - Student                    $100.00
Non Member                                    $395.00
Non Member & Join AIHS               $395.00
Non Member - AIOH                        $195.00
Non Member - AUSA                       $195.00
Non Member - HFESA                     $195.00
Non Member - IFAP                         $195.00

STANDARD RATES ( from 21 September 2019)
AIHS Individual Member                 $295.00
AIHS  Corporate Member                $295.00
AIHS  Student                                  $75.00
Non Member - Student                    $100.00
Non Member                                    $495.00
Non Member & Join AIHS               $495.00
Non Member - AIOH                       $295.00
Non Member - AUSA                      $295.00
Non Member - HFESA                    $295.00
Non Member - IFAP                        $295.00

Contact

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

Type

Conference

The Australian Institute of Health & Safety (WA Branch) Perth Safety Symposium will be on held on Friday 4 October 2019 at ECU Mount Lawley campus. 

Come and join your professional and practitioner peers and industry leaders at the start of Safety Month 2019 at the Perth Safety Symposium.
The theme this year, SafetyGenX:M: 2020 and beyond - Health and Safety in the next decade is about people!
You will hear from a series of speakers sharing how they are being 'forward thinking' in managing risk (Especially mental Health) into the next decade to an acceptable level, by focusing on their people! 

The format is engaging, entertaining and fast paced. Each presentation providing informative, practically applicable concepts, grounded in real world proven research designed to challenge each attendee to open their mind and expand their 'toolbox' when preparing to manage workplace health and safety risk into and beyond 2020 – as it’s all about you and your people.

EVENT DETAILS
Date: Friday 4 October 2019
Time: 9.00 am - 5.00 pm
Venue: ECU Mount Lawley, 2 Bradford Street, Mount Lawley, WA 6050

Click here to view the full program 

PROGRAM

0800
 
Delegate Registration
 
0830
 
Welcome & Introduction
 
0845

 

Minister's Address
Presented by Hon. Minister Bill Johnston MLA, Mnister for Mines and Petroleum; Energy; Industrial Relations
 
0900

 

Keynote: Personalising Safety - Reflections on sports injury prevention
Presented by Dr Caroline Finch AO, Deputy Vice Chancellor, ECU
 
0945

 

Keynote: Avoiding Back to the Future – 10 Pathways to Death & Disaster
Presented by Emeritus Professor, Michael Quinlan, University of NSW
 
1030
 
Morning Tea
 
1055 YSP, WISH IFAP
 
1105

 

Short Talk 1: Mental Health Claims
Presented by: Ingrid Hand, Exercise Rehabilitation Manager, Absolute Balance and Maddison Pike, Senior Consultant, Recovre
 
1114

 

Short Talk 2: Mental Wellness Case Study: A Good News Story
Presented by: Liam O'Connor, Group Health, Safety, Environment & Quality Manager, Tasman Rope Access
 
1123
 
Short Talk 3: FMG Personal Health Project
Presented by: Rob Watson, Group Manager Health & Safety, FMG
 
1132
 
Short Talk 4: Success Vs Progress - Frontline Leader's impact on Organisational Safety Culture
Presented by Georgina Poole, Safety Advisor at KCGM
 
1141

 

Short Talk 5: An update on WHS legislation
Presented by Stephanie Mayman
1155 Short Talk 6 : Nutrition in the workplace - A Hidden Performance Issue
Presented by Angela Genoni, Lecturer, Edith Cowan University
1204 Short Talk 7: What do two middle aged men, a tinnie and neuroscience have to do with safety decisions
Presented by Lloyd D'castro, Managing Director, Working Life
1213
 
Short Talk 8: Mental Health & Humour in the Workplace
Presented by Dr Stephen Teo, Associate Dean Management, School of Business and Law, Edith Cowan University
 
1230 Lunch Break
 
1330
 
Usability Mapping Workshop
Presented by Klaus Hofer, Founder & CEO, CAT-I Usability Mapping
 
1415 Conversation 1: Paper Safety
Presented by Greg Smith, Lawyer & International Award Winning Author
 
1435
 
Conversation 2: Reflections on a life in Safety
Presented by Kym Bills, Chair, College of Fellows, AIHS
 
1455 Conversation 3: Chronic Unease
Presented by Laura Fruhen, Lecturer of Applied Psychology, University of Western Australia
 
1515
 
AIHS Life Member Award Presentation & address from CEO
Presented by David Clarke, CEO, Australian Institute of Health & Safety
 
1530 Afternoon Tea Break 
1600
 

Debate: The house believes that a Person's right of privacy is greater than an organisation's duty of care
Panel Members
: Greg Smith, Kym Bills, Marcus Cattani, Michael Quinlan, Rob Watson, Stephanie Mayman

1645 Closing Remarks
 
1700
 
Networking Drinks ( Mt Lawley Campus Tavern: Building 6)
 

SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES
Download the sponsorship prospectus here to find out more about sponsoring this event.

SPONSORS

Major Sponsor

Gold Sponsor

Supporting Sponsor:
Thank you to ECU for providing the 2019 Perth Safety Symposium venue.