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Tuesday, 8 February, 2022 - 14:30 to 15:30
Australian Eastern Daylight Savings Time (AEDT)

Cost

AIHS Members - Complimentary
Non-Members - $30.00+GST

Contact

Event Organising Body: 
Women in Safety & Health

Type

Webinar

Women in Safety & health group (WISH) invite you to attend their first webinar session for 2022. Webinar: Presenting to a conference, will be held on Tuesday 8th February at 14:30 - 15:30 AEDT

Have you ever seen a call for papers submission open for a conference and wanted to do a submission but were unsure on where to start? Do you have the knowledge you want to share with your industry peers but are unsure of how to make it appealing to them? Have you done submission in the past and not been successful?

This panel session will outline how to submit an effective call for papers submission. What do conference program committees look for? How to write an abstract that stands out, how to get your ideas seen and then added to a program.  

It will also have a focus on how to do your presentation in an engaging manner. How to connect with the audience and deliver your message in a creative and engaging way.  There will be extensive time for attendees to ask questions to the panel to gain further insight.

Learning outcomes

  • How to put together an effective call for papers submissions
  • Have the confidence to put your name forward, to speak at a conference.
  • Find out what the committees are looking for
  • How to engage with the audience when presenting

Event Details
Date: Tuesday 8th February 2022
Time: 14:30 - 15:30 AEDT ( VIC, NSW & TAS)
           14:00 - 15:00 ACDT (SA)
           13:30 - 14:30 AEST (QLD) 
           13:00 - 14:00 ACST (NT)
           11:30 - 12:30 AWST (WA) 
Location:
Zoom webinar - links will be sent out 2 - 3 days prior to the session 
Cost: AIHS Members - Complimentary | Non-members $30+GST 
CPD: 5 points 

 

Your Panel members 


Jen Jackson, CEO & Founder Everyday Massive

Everyday Massive is an award-winning employee experience company based in Australia, working with organisations both locally and globally. From strategy to execution, Jen and her team of 24 have helped leaders design impactful employee experiences to improve business performance and safety outcomes. A strategist and communicator, Jen has consulted with organisations globally including Amazon, PepsiCo, Coca Cola Amatil, Probuild, Origin Energy, Australian Government, Novartis, Boral, Electrolux, Lendlease & Nestle. Her expertise is in designing behaviour change experiences across all aspects of the employee lifecycle including onboarding and induction, learning and development, career pathways, performance and safety and compliance.
Jen is coauthor of the book “How to Speak Human” (Wiley 2018) and is a regular speaker at events and summits around the globe. She sought after on the topics of human communication, safety communication and employee experience. In 2020 Jen was invited to speak to the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet on the topic of “How to Speak Human”


 
Alena Titterton Partner, Clyde & Co

Alena Titterton, a Partner in the Clyde and Co is a partner in the Regulation and Investigation practice specialising in health, safety and security. She is passionate about helping her clients become global safety leaders. Alena’s client experience spans both private and public sectors and includes defence, energy, gas, construction, infrastructure, mining, aviation and rail. As a deep specialist in all aspects of health safety and security, her practice includes occupational health and safety, security and anti-terrorism, biosecurity, cybersecurity, product safety, maritime safety, aviation safety, rail safety, construction safety, food safety, road safety and chain of responsibility. Alena has extensive experience advising government departments on complying with WHS legislation. Alena is particularly sought after to develop bespoke integrated environment, health, safety and security management systems in complex and hazardous industry settings. She has a particular interest in innovation, and has developed a niche in building technological solutions for safety and security management. Alena also assists clients with incident response and investigation processes as part of our 24/7 emergency response service and represents clients in responding to regulatory investigations, coronial inquests and defending regulatory prosecutions.  She is able to respond to serious incidents offshore, as she is OPITO BOSIET qualified having completed her helicopter underwater escape training.


Dr. David Provan, PhD, MBA, M.Hlth.Sci, B.Beh.Sci, CHOHSP, FSIA

With 20 years’ experience working as a safety executive, David completed his PhD titled What is the role of the safety professional? He has reviewed everything ever studied and published about the safety profession – so you don’t have to! David’s research earned him the coveted Eric Wigglesworth OHS Education Medal. You can listen to David on The Safety of Work podcast, which he co-hosts each week with Dr Drew Rae from the Safety Science Innovation Lab at Griffith University. Here they break down the latest safety research and provide practical management tips to thousands of listeners in more than 80 countries. Since completing his PhD, David has published over ten peer-reviewed journal articles related to the safety profession and managing safety in modern, complex organisations. He continues to shape the international conversation on the role of the safety professional within organisations. He leads safety consultancy Forge Works and is an Adjunct Fellow at Griffith University. You can follow David on LinkedIn.


Andrew Barrett, Chief Connector & Podcast Host, Safety on Tap

Andrew Barrett loves doing different things to get, well, different results.  He launched Safety on Tap, Australia's #1 professional development podcast to support health and safety leaders around the globe to improve.  His job title, Chief Connector, means Andrew spends time doing three things all of which drive performance improvement: connecting people with new ideas, connecting people with each other, and connecting people with their better future selves.  Andrew lives outside the box, often running towards the very edges of what's possible.  He loves doing this with likeminded safety leaders when advising on internal programs, facilitation, coaching and speaking at conferences. 

Facilitated by: 

   
Naomi Kemp, Chair AIHS Board         

Naomi Kemp was elected to the AIHS Board in September 2017 and re-elected in September 2020 for a further three years. Naomi was appointed Chair of the Board in 2019 and immediately embraced the role of spokesperson and advocate for the AIHS, the profession and health and safety in Australian workplaces.

Naomi has played a vocal role in our Think Forward Strategy and supporting our vision of safe and healthy people in productive workplaces and communities. Naomi has captured audiences with her keynote presentations at a number of conferences, including those hosted by the Australian Amusement Leisure & Recreation Association (AALRA) and Self Insurers of South Australia (SISA) in 2018, Australian Human Resources Institute (AHRI) and WorkSafeBC in Vancouver in 2019. Naomi regularly hosts, emcees and presents at AIHS Events Nationally and Virtually.

Naomi brings a wealth of experience to her position as Chair, with multiple non-executive roles across a range of industries. Naomi is currently an Expert Member of the WHS Board for the Queensland Government, Office of Industrial Relations and Member of the Trieste Global Advisory Board. She is a Certified OHS Professional with a Bachelor of Occupational Health & Safety Science and is proud to have been a member of the Institute for over 10 years.

Naomi is a strong supporter of the AIHS Emerging Leaders and Women in Safety & Health (WISH) Networks and is a sought-after Mentor in the AIHS Mentorship Program.


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