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Event Details

Thursday, 23 May, 2019 -
07:00 to 08:30
Australian Eastern Standard Time (AEST)

Location

International Convention Centre Sydney
14 Darling Drive
Darling Harbour NSW 2000

Cost

SIA / AIOH / HFESA Member - $45.00 + GST
SIA Non-Member - $65.00 + GST

Contact

Event Organising Body: 
Safety Institute of Australia
Phone: 
(03) 8336 1995

Type

Conference
Networking Event

The Safety Institute of Australia invites you to attend the 2019 The Executive Breakfast which is being held at #SAFETYSCAPE in conjunction with the SIA National Health & Safety Conference on Thursday 23 May 2019 from 7:00am - 8.30 am.

This is an event that will take the lesson learned from the recent royal commissions and inquests, and discuss how they will impact the role of executives and board members in governing health and safety" now and into the future...

EVENT DETAILS
Date: Thursday 23 May 2019
Time: 7.00am - 8.30 am (registrations from 6.45am)
Venue: International Convention Centre Sydney, 14 Darling Drive, Darling Harbour NSW 2000
Cost: 
SIA / AIOH / HFESA Member - $45.00 + GST
SIA Non-Member - $65.00 + GST

YOUR SPEAKERS

 

 

    

 

 

Alena Titterton, Partner, Clyde & Co

Alena Titterton is a health, safety and security partner at global law firm Clyde & Co. Dual qualified in law and behavioural science (majoring in psychology), Alena brings a multidisciplinary approach to supporting clients in managing legal OHS risks.

Alena works across both private and public sectors, investigating incidents, defending prosecutions and developing safety management systems. Alena advises Boards and executives on safety due diligence and conducts WHS legal compliance audits having developed the audit tool, ClydeComply. She also developed the free iTunes incident notification app, Clyde Covered.
 


     

     

 

 

 

 

Michael Quinlan, Emeritus Professor UNSW & Author

Michael Quinlan is emeritus professor of industrial relation in the School of Management. He also holds an honorary professorial post in the Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities at the University of Tasmania and a visiting appointment in the Business School, Middlesex University London. His research has focused on work organisation and regulatory aspects of occupational health and safety (OHS), the impact of workplace death and industrial relations history and policy. He is the author of numerous articles and ten books.

Chris Doyle, Group Head of Health & Safety, Lendlease

Richard Coleman, Head Of HSE - Australia Hub, Laing O'Rourke