On behalf of AIHS' Central Coast Safety Group, we invite you to join us on Wednesday 18 September 2019 for a networking meeting which will cover Bullying/Harassment with Kylie Thomas from Incite Safety. What’s the difference? Pitfalls of doing nothing along with QPR for Business – Update of their suicide prevention services.
Borg Manufacturing, 2 Wella Way, Somersby Somersby NSW AU 2250
On behalf of AIHS' North West Regional Network, we invite you to join us for a networking seminar on Thursday 22nd August 2019 . The seminar will explore working in highly dangerous worksites where Andita Sharma will be discussing risks associate with dangerous activities e.g. wrestling crocs and Mircea Nicoara will be discussing issues relating to working in the corrective service sites.
SafeWork NSW, Level 1, Burbank Place Norwest NSW AU 2153
Please join us on Monday 2nd September for a visit to the SA ambulance service RRAS/MedSTAR facility at Adelaide Airport. The walkthrough tour will provide participants with an understanding of infrastructure, personnel, logistics and communications, preparedness and response systems in the event of an injury. There will be an opportunity to discuss recent scenarios and lessons learned.
2 Sir Reginald Ansett Drive, Adelaide Airport Adelaide SA AU 5950
On behalf of AIHS' Central Coast Safety Group, we invite you to join us on Wednesday 21 August 2019 for a networking meeting which will cover the practical implementation of CoR with Mark Wright from FEFO Consulting and CoR legal requirements with John Rodney from K&L Gates.
Borg Manufacturing, 2 Wella Way Somersby NSW AU 2250
What happens during the many weeks, months and years after a serious workplace incident? Perspectives from the employer, legal representatives of employers and the deceased, and from the Regulator. This will be an information session backed with an audience led Q&A, followed by a networking session to end the event.
This is the first debating event for the newly formed Goldfields Regional Health and Safety Network. Come along and support your organisation's representatives as they debate the topic of "Safety should be fear based".
The debate will run for approximately 45 minutes in total and will be followed by a general meeting for the Health and Safety Network attendees.