Qld Half-Day Safety & Health Workshop & Networking Sundowner

Following the success of the Qld Safety & Health Conference, we will be delivering a more in depth workshop on topics raised during the conference. The workshop will be followed by an end of year Networking Sundowner



Date:     Thursday 11 November 2021
12 noon – 7pm
Catalina Room | The Colmslie Hotel
              Corner Wynnum & Junction Roads, Morningside QLD 4170
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Organisations within the quarrying and associated industries undertake high risk activities on a daily basis.  Incidents involving the operation and maintenance of fixed and mobile plant, falls from height, ground failure, explosives, electric shock and fire may place people's lives at risk leading to catastrophic results at both a personal and professional level.

This event is kindly sponsored by Phoenix Occupational Medicine

Program: Half Day Safety & Health Workshop

 12 noon  Lunch
 1.00pm  Welcome & Introduction
 1.10pm  Session 1: High Reliability Organisations
 Speaker: Jodi Goodall | Brady Heywood
 1.50pm  Session 2: Industrial Manslaughter
Speaker: Harold Downes | Mills Oakley
 2.20pm  Session 3: Officer of Due Diligence
 Speaker: Alan Girle | Macpherson Kelley & Harold Downes
 2.50pm  Session 4: Good Investigations
Speaker: Jodi Goodall & Alan Girle
 3.30pm  Afternoon Tea
 3.50pm  Session 5: Mock Interview
 Facilitator: Harold Downes
 4.35pm  Session 6: Q&A
 4.50pm  Closing Remarks
 5.00pm  Workshop Concludes
 5 -7pm  Networking Sundowner

Workshop Objectives:

  • To build on and delve deeper into topics raised at the Qld Safety & Health Conference
  • To encourage debate, new thinking and practical takeaways
  • To develop an understanding of compliance obligations
  • To highlight risks frequently overlooked
  • To develop techniques to achieve compliance
  • To develop good investigation techniques
  • To understand when different types of investigations need to be used
  • To understand the need to keep investigation results confidential

Who Should Attend:

  • Quarry and associated industry workers
  • Risk Managers, Safety & Health personnel
  • Contractors
  • Consultants
  • Students and Academics
  • Anyone interested in Safety & Health in the quarrying, mining and associated industries

The workshop will be followed by a end of year Networking Sundowner from 5.00pm - 7.00pm.


Registration: Workshop & Networking Sundowner

IQA Member   $125
Non Member   $150

Registration: Workshop Only
IQA Member   $105
Non Member   $120

Registration: Networking Sundowner Only
IQA Member   $20
Non Member  $30

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Attendance at workshop sessions as per the program
Lunch & Afternoon Tea
Wine, beer, soft drinks and canapes at the networking sundowner following the workshop



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11/11/2021 12:00 PM - 7:00 PM
E. Australia Standard Time
The Colmslie Corner Wynnum & Junction Roads Morningside, QLD 4170 AUSTRALIA
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