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Queensland's 11th Annual Quarrying Safety and Health Seminar DVD-ROM and CD-ROM

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DVD-ROM containing the speaker’s program from the 11th Annual Quarrying Safety & Health Seminar, conducted at the Brisbane Convention Centre on Wednesday 12th June 2013. Interviews & Site Visits including Case Studies of Safety Leadership in action.

Seminar Program

  • Welcome by MC – Clayton Hill, IQA Qld
  • Opening by Hon Andrew Cripps MP, Minister for Natural Resources & Mines
  • Safety & Leadership with Michael Rosengren, Asset President BMC
  • Safety & Leadership with Prof Sidney Dekker, PhD, Professor, Safety Science Innovation Lab, Griffith University & Honorary Professor, School of Psychology, The University of Qld
  • Gold Sponsor Address with Paul Soden, Hastings Deering
  • Good Practice & Experiences in Safety & Health with Brad Allman (PNQ), James Cuthbert (Boral), and Wayne Scott, Mines Inspectorate
  • Mental Health in the Workplace with Tim Saal, Manager, Rural & Remote Programs, Australasian Centre for Rural & Remote Health (ACRRH)
  • Hazards of Synthetic Drug Use with Sergeant Adam Frost from the State Drug Investigation Unit
  • Mines Inspectorate – what is the focus going forward? With Phil Goode, Acting Chief Inspector of Mines
  • Safety & Health Systems & Processes with Dru Oxley (Fulton Hogan), David Miller (Orica), and Robyn Pass (Holcim)
  • Leadership & Teamwork at Mach 2 with Mike “JB” Prior, Sabre Corporate Development

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