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THE PROGRAMME

As for previous workshops, the programme is spread over two days with a networking event and dinner closing the first day.

The programme can be viewed and/or downloaded by clicking on the icon below:

SOCIAL NETWORKING HOUR AND WORKSHOP DINNER

The Social Networking hour followed by the Workshop Dinner, is on the evening of the 10th and is included in the registration fee. If you do not intend to attend either function please can you advice us by emailing to admin@eea.co.nz.

TOPICS TO BE COVERED INCLUDE:

  • How we are going 5 years on from Government's Health and Safety Review
  • How leadership is essential for achieving great health and safety outcomes
  • How diversity and inclusion are essential for achieving great health and safety outcomes, including an interactive session to discuss how the industry can work together on this.
  • How Safety2 helps you do safety1 even better
  • Case-law, trends, enforceable undertakings, and managing investigations
  • There is a panel discussion on the challenges of implementing the new Asbestos regulations
  • Australia's strategy for addressing mental health in the electricity industry
We also have a series of case studies from industry events this year, and updates from the EEA, StayLive, Connexis ITO, and WorkSafe New Zealand

PRESENTERS INCLUDE:



Paula Rose - Consultant, Independent Director


Jono Brent - Chief Executive, Connectics

Heath Frewin - Head Of Distribution, Energy Networks, Australia


Louisa George - Health & Safety Business Partner, Genesis

Graeme Johnson, Quality & compliance Manger, Aurora


Harvey O'Sullivan,EEA Safety Standards and Procedures Group (SSPG) Chair

Yoland Beattie - Practice Leader, Learning and Inclusion, Mercer

Candice Tiananga - Careers Manager, Connexis ITO

Dan Quinn, Asbestos management Advisor, Transpower


Juliet Clendon - EEA Technical Advisor

Grant Nicholson - Partner, Kensington Swan


Robert Ball, Safety Specialist, Meridian

Stephen Albrecht, Network HSEQ Manager, Mainpower


Grant Nicholson, Partner, Kensington Swan

Nigel Barbour - Chief Executive, Powrco


Tony Hetherington - Head of High Hazards, Energy and Public Safety, WorkSafe New Zealand


Richard Griffiths - Strategic Asset Manager, Meridian / StayLive Chair

Francois Barton - Executive Director, Business Leaders' Health & Safety Forum


To view and/or download information about the guest speakers, click on the icon below:

THE VENUE

Harbourside Function Venue (formerly Mac's Function Centre) - 4 Taranaki Street Wharf, Cnr. Cable and Taranaki, Wellington

DATES AND TIMINGS

Wednesday 10th October - The workshop registration starts at 9.00am; The workshop starts at 9.30am

Thursday 11th October - The workshop restarts at 8.30am and finishes at 3.10pm

Register for this Workshop

To register, follow the link at the bottom of this page. If you have any trouble registering, or any questions, please contact us on 04 4738600 or email to admin@eea.co.nz.

Note: An invoice will not be sent at the time of registration just your confirmation email of attendance. The invoice will be sent once the minimum number has been reached. Please hold any travel arrangements until we have confirmed the course.

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