The 8th Annual National Total Safety Culture Conference 2014

Event Details

  • DateTue 22 July 2014
  • Time8:30 AM
  • VenueFraser Suites
  • Location488 Kent Street Sydney NSW 2000
  • TypeSeminar
  • Ticket$Price per person per person
  • Table$Price for a table per table (seats Normally between 8-12)
  • ContactLiquid Learning
    61 2 8239 9700
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View the online agenda here - Promoting a Positive Safety Culture and a Zero Harm Work Environment EXPLORE • Ensuring your safety system effectively drives a zero harm culture • The imperatives of the relationship-based culture of safety • Driving cultural change in the workplace for a safer work environment • Building good decision makers for a zero harm workplace FEATURED SPEAKERS • Darryl Bell Group Manager, Energex Safety Group Energex • John Beattie Group General Manager, Zero Harm Downer EDI • Phil Tradgett Head of Environment, Health and Safety (Asia Region) Siemens Energy • Elizabeth Tosti Director of Safety, Health and Environment Goodman Fielder • Adam Jadresic Pacific Health, Safety, Environment Leader Honeywell • Paul Steinwede Director, Oil and Gas - Australia New Zealand AECOM • Patrick Quinn Executive Manager, Health, Safety, Environment - Engineering and Construction / Shutdowns Transfield Services • Jamie-Lee Crawford General Manager, Safety Governance and Accreditation Queensland Rail • Anthony Pellegrino Group Occupational Health and Safety Manager Kennards Hire Group • Paul Lyndon National Safety Manager Diona • Shailendra Tripathi National Manager, Work Health and Safety QBE Insurance • Rob Lowe Zero Harm Manager Mineral Technologies • Jeff Konemann Head of Training, Aviation CareFlight • Dr Sharron O’Neill Research Fellow Macquarie University • Adrianne Strachan Senior Consultant National Safety Council of Australia • Ken McCall Health, Safety, Environment Manager Transgrid ABOUT THE EVENT ‘Safety Culture’ is now a by-word in high-risk industries. Despite its elevated profile there are still too many near misses, unreported incidents and a culture of acquiescence which leads to human error, injury and blame. A new and fresh approach is needed if we are to achieve a zero harm workplace. After all, this is not an idle wish or a budgetary aim, it is life and death, health and wellbeing and the most important issue facing the high risk workforce today. The 8th Annual Total Safety Culture Conference 2014 has assembled leading figures from iconic high-risk organisations to educate, inspire and illuminate this peer to peer delegation. This event will bring a greater understanding of yourself, your thought processes, your preconceived ideas and will educate you to higher levels of self-awareness and safer work habits. Don’t miss this event which takes learning and networking to a new level in equipping safety leaders with the tools to make the zero harm workplace a reality View the online agenda here - For more information contact Liquid Learning on: P 02 8239 9700 F 02 8239 9777 E W