Top 10 reasons to attend SIAC 2011

Date: 
Monday, 11 August, 2008 - 10:00
Category: 
Industry news

With only 4 weeks until this year’s Safety in Action Conference, here are 10 reasons why you shouldn’t miss the opportunity to attend. 

Top 10 Reasons to attend!

  1. Hear from over 50 Australian and International speakers
  2. Keep abreast of the latest information in health & safety
  3. Gain insight into real life case study examples
  4. Network with your peers
  5. Earn SIA CPD points
  6. Be led through an uncompromising world of high altitude mountaineering, from Nick Farr, when he presents Beyond Everest – Risk vs Reward at the SIAC breakfast (Day 1 – opening breakfast) Click here for a sneak preview
  7. Hear the inspirational presentation from Darren Flanagan as he retells of his experience with the Beaconsfield mine rescue. Darren’s presentation received a standing ovation at The Sydney Safety Show, and should not be missed. (Day 1 Keynote – the ‘gun’ behind the Beaconsfield mine rescue)
  8. Receive an in-depth look at the Futures Initiative from the Institute for Safety, Compensation & Recovery Research’s (ISCRR’s) CEO Professor Niki Ellis. (Day 2 – Keynote – New Frontiers – Futures for OHS) Click here for a sneak peak - Professor Niki Ellis speaks to the SIA on what to expect from her upcoming presentation.
  9. Passionate about Research? Don’t miss the OHS Professional as a Researcher stream’s ‘Three Minute Thesis Competition’ – sponsored by Work Safe Victoria and open to students and researchers alike
  10. Interactive panel discussion – listen to Professor Andrew Hopkins, Ms Jane Cutler and Mr Martin Dolan as they discuss lessons learned from their work with the Gulf of Mexico,  Montara, and the Airbus A380 Engine Failure (Day 3)

Don’t miss out, click here to register now!

Visit http://sia.org.au/safetyinaction for more information

Regards,
Cameron Montgomery, FSIA
President - VIC Division Inc
Safety Institute of Australia Ltd

Lindsay Pritchard, CPMSIA
Chair Organising Committee
2011 Safety In Action Conference