Event Details

Thursday, 28 January, 2021 - 18:00 to 19:00
Australian Western Standard Time (AWST)
WA Branch

Contact

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

Type

Networking Event

The Australian Institute of Health and Safety (AIHS) would like to invite you to join us on Thursday 28 January for a facilitated networking event, discussing the key learnings from the 'Proving Safety' webinar, which is hosted by Greg Smith on Tuesday 19th January.

This exclusive AIHS WA event will be held the week after the webinar. The evening will include a recap of the key themes of the webinar, then a facilitated discussion. The format will use small group stations, rotating to maximise sharing and networking. The intent is to further embed learnings from the webinar whilst sharing good implemention practices.

To maximise value of the discussion attendees should ensure they join the webinar or view the recording and consider the following questions;
(1) What new ideas did you hear?
(2) What ideas are you already implementing? and how? 

Learning Outcomes:

1. Professional Networking
2. Discuss learnings from the 'Proving Safety' webinar scheduled for 11 days prior

EVENT DETAILS:
Date: Thursday 28 January 2021
Time: 18:00 - 19:00 AWST
Location: Perth CBD, venue TBC
Cost: Complimentary

The event will be delivered in accordance with any local government COVID-19 restrictions in place on the day.

PRESENTER
Greg Smith, Director, Wayland Legal

Greg is an international award winning author and qualified lawyer who has spent more than two decades specialising in Employment Law and Workplace Health & Safety. In addition to being a lawyer, Greg has worked as the Principal Safety Advisor for a major oil and gas company and taught the Accident Prevention unit at Curtin University in Western Australia. Greg is the author of, Management Obligations for Safety and Health, co-author of, Risk Conversations: The Law, Social Psychology and Risk and the editor of Contractor Safety Management, which won the 2014 World Safety Organisation’ Educational Award.