AIHS Member: Complimentary
Non- Member: Complimentary
The Australian Institute of Health and Safety invite you to join us on Tuesday 19th November 2019 to learn the pitfalls of emergency management from professionals in the industry.
Emergency preparedness is important for all businesses, but what if our emergency plan wasn't as reliable as we thought it was?
Join us to learn the pitfalls of emergency management from professionals in the industry who have lessons learnt to share after
Date: Tuesday 19th November 2019
Time: 8:00am -10:00am
Location: 2-24 Rawson Place Haymarket, NSW 2000
Cost: AIHS Members-Complimentary I Non-Members - Complimentary
After 16 years at Fire and Rescue NSW, Lynden Moyes has recently joined the SafeWork NSW, Major Hazard Facilities Team on secondment as Fire and Rescue NSW Liaison Officer.
Prior to secondment, Lynden worked as a relieving Station Officer in Metropolitan West Sydney filling the role of Station Commander at numerous stations encompassing a variety of response areas.
Lynden’s experience covers numerous disciplines including Rescue, Hazardous Materials response, community risk and Incident Management. Lynden has also worked in an operational support environment as Bushfire Officer North in the Specialised Operations directorate. For three years, Lynden addressed bushfire risks in Fire and Rescue NSW districts between the Hawkesbury River and the Queensland Border.
Michèle Strömquist is a State Inspector with SafeWork NSW, in the Dangerous Goods and Explosive Materials Unit. Michèle has lead a number of state-wide projects working with the LPG and bulk fuel industry as well as complex investigations. Lastly, Michèle has contributed to workplace safety in her roles with the NSW Police Force and Fire and Rescue NSW.
Jeff is a highly experienced and accomplished principal in security and risk consulting, security management, specialised protective security with an extensive operational background in Counter-Terrorism operations and training. He served in the Royal Australian Navy and Australian Federal Police both for a combined 22 years. Other key attributes include counter terrorism intelligence and analysis, strategic and tactical security planning, business continuity management, contingency/crisis planning, threat assessments, security risk management and emergency management.