SIA / AIOH / HFESA Members - $20.00 +GST
Non Members - $65.00 +GST
As businesses across Australia would be aware, AS NZ ISO 45001 has now been adopted as not only the International Standard for OHS Management Systems, but also across both Australia and New Zealand. Growthbuilt formally was accredited to both AS NZ 4801 and OHSAS 18001, and in January of this years successfully migrated to 45001. This webinar will focus on the nuances between the previous standards, and what business should consider in terms of migration to 45001.
Key learning points from the Growthbuilt process, include:
1. Read the standard and map the standard against your current management system.
2. Engage an external party to conduct a gap analysis of your system.
3. Review any non conformances or opportunities for improvement and implement strategies to improve your system and processes.
4. If possible, engage a legal firm to conduct a legal compliance audit (also a requirement of your due diligence compliance – kill two birds with one stone)
5. Ensure you have strategies for all workers and interested parties to participate in all things OHS.
For organisations, the benefit of having a robust and mature OHS management system will have the outcomes of:
1. Engagement of the entire workforce in developing your safety culture
2. Having the workforce “own” safety
3. Provide comfort to your clients / customers that you take safety seriously
4. You are committed to continually improving your enterprise.”
Date: Wednesday 10 April 2019
Time: 2:30pm – 3:30pm (AEDT)
Format: Webinar Format - Login details will be emailed to registered attendees 1-2 days prior to the webinar.
Cost: SIA / AIOH / HFESA Members - $20 + GST | Non Members - $65 + GST
Please note: This webinar will be recorded and made available on the SIA website 3-4 days after the event.
Josh Maxwell, Head of HSE, Growthbuilt
Josh has spent his career in various high risk industries with extensive experience in HSE across Government (Law Enforcement), Aviation, Maritime Logistics, Heavy Rail, Security and Telecommunications Construction. He leads a team of committed HSE professionals and works with clients and delivery partners to develop strategies to minimise safety and environmental risks for all stakeholders.
Lucy Bochenek, Special Counsel, Clyde & Co
Lucy is a senior workplace health and safety lawyer with experience across a wide range of industries, and is uniquely placed to provide holistic advice to clients on all aspects of work health and safety law.
With over ten years' experience practising in work health and safety, Lucy's practice covers a wide range sectors, including construction, energy, oil and gas, transport, mining, security and rail. Lucy has been involved in some of the most significant work health and safety prosecutions and civil penalty proceedings across Australia, acting for both defence and prosecution counsel.
Lucy advises in respect to a wide range of strategic, regulatory and risk management issues.
She is involved in incident management and investigation, drafting health and safety policies and compliance manuals, drafting contractual clauses, delivering regular training sessions and conducting compliance audits and analyses. Lucy's focus is on providing practical and commercial advice to clients.