Our 2019 annual Health and Safety Forum in Dunedin and Invercargill has a diverse range of entertaining, straight talking guest speakers who have extensive knowledge and real-world experience in their field, and who can offer some practical guidance and help so that you can tackle these tough health and safety topics.
There is something for everyone this year, including the hugely topical Pike River Re-entry with a presentation from the Pike River Recovery Agency CEO Dave Gawn, WorksafeNZ CEO Nicole Rosie, and a variety of speakers including an Organisational Psychologist on managing stress, changing attitudes to safety around quad bikes, what happens after an Enforceable Undertaking is accepted, managing risk under the new hazardous substances regulations, the neuroscience of safety, as well as modern tools enabling assessment, improvement and monitoring of organisational performance.
Regardless of which sector you work in, or the size of your organisation, our Forum will give you and your organisation access to the most up-to-date Health and Safety information to give you the tools and industry know-how to raise standards in worker protection.
KEYNOTE SPEAKER: DAVE GAWN – CEO, Pike River Recovery Agency
Explaining the hazards and risks surrounding the Pike River Re-entry
NICOLE ROSIE - CEO, WorksafeNZ
Leadership, worker engagement and risk management – the keys to performance improvement in health and safety
JONATHAN BLACK – Organisational Psychologist
Managing stress in the workplace
BRENT SUTTON - Principal, Safety Associates
What happens after the Enforceable Undertaking is accepted
JANE MAIR - Education Designer at Open Polytechnic of NZ
Changing our attitudes to safety around quad bikes - often it’s the small changes that make the big difference
MATT HINE – General Manager – OceanaGold Macraes Operation
Creating a Safer Workplace – Macraes Mining Operation
ALAN BOSWELL – Health and Safety Consultant, Canterbury Employers’ Chamber of Commerce
Managing risk under the new Hazardous Substances Regulations
DEANNE BOULES - InSync Workplace Solutions
Neuroscience of Safety – a brain based approach to shifting safety performance & culture
ANN MCKENZIE - SAFE365
Modern tools that enable assessment, improvement and monitoring of health, safety and well-being capability, culture, performance and engagement
Dunedin Edgar Centre: Thursday 9th May 2019 9.00am - 4.30pm
Invercargill Ascot Park Hotel: Friday 10th May 2019 9.00am - 4.30pm
3-4 people – 10% off Member or Non Member Investment
5+ people – 15% off Member or Non Member Investment
Group discounts apply to bookings for participants registered from the same organisation.
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$ 495.00 + GST for members
$ 595.00 + GST for non-members
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