Date: Wednesday 24th June 2020
Time: 2:00 PM (AEST)
Length: 1 hour
Registrations Close: Monday 22nd June 2020*
The report, Review of all fatal accidents in Queensland mines and quarries from 2000 to 2019, by Dr Sean Brady, was tabled in Queensland Parliament in February 2020.
It is an independent analysis of the fatalities, serious accidents and high potential incidents that have occurred in the Queensland mining and quarrying industry over the past 20 years.
To reduce the rate of fatalities, serious accidents and high potential incidents, requires significant change within the industry. In this webinar, Dr Brady will discuss the 11 recommendations offered in the report and the basis for their recommendation.
Who Should Attend:
- OH&S staff
- Anyone interested in improving health and safety outcomes
To understand the changes that are required to improve health and safety and the prevention of fatalities, serious accidents and high potential incidents.
Dr Sean Brady | Managing Director of Brady Heywood.
Dr Sean Brady is a forensic structural engineer who specialises in identifying the causes of structural engineering failures. Sean has investigated structural collapses both nationally and internationally, and has acted as an expert witness on numerous occasions. He is a Chartered Professional Engineer, a Fellow of Engineers Australia, a Board member of the Society of Construction Law Australia, and a member of the Panel of Experts for the Singapore International Mediation Centre.
Total CPD hours claimable: 1hr (where applicable)
IQA Member: $40
IQNZ Member: $40 AUD
This webinar will be run on the Zoom Platform. Registrants will be sent separate login details a few days prior to the webinar. To run Zoom you will need to download the software. If you have questions regarding the system requirements please visit the Zoom website.
- Internet connection
- Laptop, PC or Phone with sound and video capability
- Quiet environment
This webinar will not be recorded.
*This webinar is limited to 100 people. Registration will be on a first served basis.
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