QLD Quarrying Safety and Health Conference

QLD Quarrying Safety and Health Conference
Date: Friday 14th June 2019

Venue: Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre

Event commences: 7.00am
Event concludes: 4.00pm

Co-hosted by: IQA, CCAA, Qld Govt Mines Inspectorate

Costs: Members and Non-Members: $140.00

Program:
7.00 AM Registration, Trade Exhibition, including tea/coffee and breakfast snacks
7.45 AM
Welcome by Conference MC – Clayton Hill, President IQA
  Opening Address – Commissioner Kate du Preez, Commissioner for Mines Safety & Health

Session 1- Culture

8.10 AM
Session 1A – Crucial Behaviours Safety Program
Speaker: Greg Scanlan, General Manager – Safety & Sustainability, Oceana Gold
8.40 AM
Session 1B – Current Status and future of Critical Control Management in the Quarrying Industry
Speaker: Sharyn Cobbin, Education & Training Manager, Minerals Industry Safety & Health Centre, The University of Queensland
9.00 AM
Session 1C – CASE STUDY: Wagners Safety Management System 
Speaker: Andrew Macqueen, Head of Safety, Environment & Quality, Wagners
9.15 AM
Session 1D – CASE STUDY: Hanson Visible Leadership Program
Speaker: Kristin Devlin, Risk Manager, Hanson
9.30 AM
Session 1E – CASE STUDY: Safety & Health Initiatives within Sunstate Cement
Speaker: Rajeev Ramankutty, General Manager, Sunstate Cement
9.45 AM Session 1F – Skills for Australia Update – Skills required in the Extractive Industry
Speaker: Juliet Kwang, PwC’s Skills for Australia
10.00 AM  Refreshment Break – Trade Exhibition

Session 2 - Rules

10.30 AM Session 2A – Inspectorate Update
Speaker: Luca Rocchi, Chief Inspector of Mines
11.00 AM Session 2B – Legislation Updates & Competencies
Speaker: Hermann Fasching, Deputy Chief Inspector of Mines – Mineral Mines and Quarries   Resources Safety and Health, DNRME
11.30 AM  Session 2C – Findings of crystalline silica/improvements
Speaker: Greg Manthey, Inspector of Mines – Occupational Hygiene
11.50 AM  Session 2D – IQA – Education for the Extractive Industry
Speaker: Kylie Fahey, Chief Executive Officer, IQA
12.00 PM Lunch – Trade Exhibition

Session 3 – Technology & Events (Emerging Innovations)

1.00 PM
Session 3A – Collision Management Risk Evaluation for Mobile Equipment
Speaker: Chris Doran, Managing Director, Mitacom
1.30 PM
Session 3B – Drone Technology
Speaker: Dave Arnott, Resource Manager for Holcim
 2.00 PM Session 3C – Closing Keynote Address – Reimagining the way we work: How new technologies, new generations and new skills are changing the workplace
Speaker: Simon Kuestenmacher, The Demographics Group
 3.00 PM Conference Wrap-up & Close – Clayton Hill


Gold Sponsors:
     
Trade Exhibitors:
Komatsu
Astec Australia
Groundwork Plus
Cotral Australia
MinRes Training Institute
Coolfog – Access Environmental Systems
Breathe Safe
Kinder Australia
Global Road Technology
Hammersley Australia
Clean Space Technology
OHMS Hygiene
When
6/14/2019 7:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Where
Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre Brisbane, QLD AUSTRALIA

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