Safety and Sips SA

Networking Event

The SA Branch invites you to our June Safety and Sips on Thursday 20 June.

Join us for an evening of networking and collaboration, centered around health, safety, and forging professional connections. Don't miss the opportunity to hear insights from one of our members, Sherill Lepp, on "Defence Mission Critical Risk Management - Two Operational Examples".

Whether you're a seasoned expert or just starting out in your field, this event provides an opportunity to meet like-minded professionals, share experiences, and build valuable relationships.

This event is open to professionals across all industries with a focus on health, safety, and well-being, including but not limited to:
- Occupational Health and Safety Professionals
- Environmental Health Practitioners
- Risk Management Specialists
- Safety Consultants
- Human Resources Managers
- Safety Advocates and Enthusiasts

Event Details
Date: Thursday 20 June, 2024 
Time: 5:30 - 7:30 ACST
Location: Saracens Head - 82 Carrington Street, Adelaide
Cost: AIHS Members: $22 incl GST | Non-Members: $33 incl GST.  Complimentary first drink and light platter included.
CPD Points: 2 hours

Your Speaker

Sherill Lepp - Director, Hexagon Integrated Safety

Sherill is a highly skilled health, safety, and risk management professional with 38+years’ experience spanning local, state, and federal levels, across high-risk industry sectors such as Defence, mining, maritime and aviation. She was the first female “Factories and Shops” Inspector appointed in Western Australia with the Department of Industrial Relations (now WorkSafe WA) in 1985, a statutory member of the Construction Industry Safety Advisory Committee and proxy member of the Legislative Advisory Committee representing Western Australian employers 2011-2013; appointed as the first National OHS Advisor for the Australian Air Force Cadets from 2000 to 2005; deployed as a Defence Civilian Advisor to the Iraqi Secretary-General of the Iraqi Ministry of Defence from 2007-2008 for which she was awarded an Outstanding Civilian Service Medal and Citation by the US Department of the Army; led a significant project in 2010-2011 for the Office of the US Secretary of Defense reporting on the downstream impacts to Middle East and other operational activities following the cancellation of the PaveHawk Helicopter Replacement Program; developed the California Shock Trauma Rescue (CALSTAR) Risk Management and Compliance Program and trained its Director of Operations to take on the role; Commissioned as an Intelligence Officer with the Royal Australian Navy Reserves in 2009; appointed as the WHS Advisor for Australian Border Force in 2015 before returning to the Defence sector in 2016 as a Future Systems Safety Advisor to 40+ Defence Projects. In 2018, Sherill relocated to Adelaide and took up the role of Systems Safety Manager for the P-8A Poseidon Project at RAAF Base Edinburgh followed by a Seaworthiness Manager role with the Future Submarine Program before “retiring” in Dec 2020


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20/06/2024 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
Saracens Head 82 Carrington Street Adelaide, SA 5000 AUSTRALIA
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