AIHS Member - Complimentary
Non Member - $20.00 Plus GST
The AIHS Queensland Branch would like to invite all AIHS members for the networking event to be held on Thursday 19 May 2022 from 7.30am to 9.30am.
Come along to this event hosted by Herbert Smith Freehills. Take this opportunity to network and listen to our guest speakers Aaron Anderson and Sam Popple who are experts in their field of work.
Date: Thursday 19 May 2022
Venue: Herbert Smith Freehills - 480 Queen St, Brisbane City QLD 4000.
Time: 7:30 AM - 9:30AM
Cost: AIHS Members $0.00
AIHS Non Members $20.00 Plus GST
KEY LEARNING OUTCOMES
1. Knowledge sharing from guest speakers
2. Networking with other professionals and members
Aaron Anderson, Partner, Herbert Smith Freehills.
Aaron Anderson is a partner in the Employment, Industrial Relations and Safety team and has a specialist focus in workplace health and safety law. He has over 20 years experience in advising clients on workplace health and safety, employment and industrial relations related matters in various industries including rail, mining, infrastructure, food safety, manufacturing, electricity and transport. He regularly advises government and also assists clients in broader regulatory matters, including enterprise risk management and governance. He regularly delivers training to clients and presents at key industry conferences. He is the author of the publication Mining Safety Law in Australia (Lexis Nexis, 2012) and was selected for inclusion in the 7th Edition of Best Lawyers in Australia in the practice area of Occupational Health & Safety Law.
Sam Popple, Director, Psychological Health Unit, WHSQ.
Sam Popple is the Director of the Psychological Health Unit at Workplace Health and Safety Queensland. A registered psychologist and registered nurse, Sam commenced with WHSQ in 2019 following research into the regulation of psychosocial hazards, in particular how psychosocial hazards are prioritised and managed compared to other hazards. The Psychological Health implement employer strategies to reduce the risk of work-related injuries associated with psychosocial hazards, including work-related stress, bullying, violence and aggression, and fatigue.