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Lessons Learnt in Mining Can Now Shape Health & Safety in Aged Care

With an increasing ageing population and negative health and safety practices identified in aged care, this industry is now looking at the mining industry to learn how they have successfully managed risks to minimise the incidence of injuries. 


1. How mining made their work environment safer
2. Health and safety gaps in residential and home/community care
3. How change can occur to improve safety for the elderly and carers
4. Implementing and reviewing risk management plans in aged care


Date: Wednesday 19 June 2019
Time: 6.00pm - 7.30pm AWST
Venue: ECU Mt Lawley, 2 Bradford Street, MT Lawley WA
Cost: SIA Members: $20 +GST| Non-Members $45 +GST


5.50pm - 6.10pm    Registration & Networking
6.10pm - 6.15pm    Welcome & Introduction by Helen Muccilli
6.15pm - 7.10pm    Managing risk in aged care by Andrea Screaigh
7.10pm - 7.20pm    Q&A with Andrea Screaigh
7.20pm - 7.30pm    Networking

June 19th, 2019 6:00 PM   through   7:30 PM
ECU MT Lawley
Mount Lawley, WA 6050
Phone: 03 8336 1995
Event Fee(s)
Seminar & Networking
SIA Member $ 27.5 (includes GST of $ 2.5)
Non-member $ 49.5 (includes GST of $ 4.5)
Student $ 27.5 (includes GST of $ 2.5)

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