#safetyscape Events

Cancer Council and AIOH: Silica Dust and Inhalable Hazards in the Workplace
22/05/2019
International Convention Centre (ICC) Sydney
Tim Driscoll will be discussing Cancer Council’s KNOW Workplace Cancer project, which aims to reduce employees exposure to occupational carcinogens in the workplace. This session will focus on occupational causes of lung cancer, with an emphasis on silica dust. Ross DiCorleto will be discussing the Breathe Freely initiative, a prevention strategy developed by the British...
Interactive Forum
23/05/2019
A series of free open forums will explore some of the hottest topics in OHS for 2019. These events offer the perfect opportunity to learn, discuss and collaborate about relevant and sometimes taboo issues in the workplace. Bring your colleagues and interact with industry professionals to discover brand new, innovative safety solutions you can implement...
Free Education Program
23/05/2019
The Free Education Program by industry experts will cover important and insightful information. With two spotlight areas, the program is split between ‘Talking Health’ and ‘Talking Safety’. For just a few hours out of the office, you will obtain information that you can use daily within your team. Talk with your colleagues today and plan...
SIA National Health & Safety Conference
23/05/2019
The SIA National Health and Safety Conference will be held from 22-23 May 2019 at International Convention Centre (ICC) Sydney. As part of the #SAFETYSCAPE Convention, the conference will bring together stakeholders across the health and safety profession to discuss some of the challenges currently faced by WHS professionals and practitioners and explore the impacts...
SIA National Health & Safety Conference
22/05/2019
International Convention Centre (ICC) Sydney
The SIA National Health and Safety Conference will be held from 22-23 May 2019 at International Convention Centre (ICC) Sydney. As part of the #SAFETYSCAPE Convention, the conference will bring together stakeholders across the health and safety profession to discuss some of the challenges currently faced by WHS professionals and practitioners and explore the impacts...
Conference Dinner
22/05/2019
International Convention Centre (ICC) Sydney
On Behalf of the Safety Institute of Australia, we invite you to join us for the 2019 Conference Dinner on Wednesday 22 May 2019 from 6.00 to 10.00 pm. The Conference Dinner is an excellent way to strengthen your links with colleagues, peers and industry professionals while discussing the topical issues surrounding OHS in Australia. This event...
Free Education Program
22/05/2019
The Free Education Program by industry experts will cover important and insightful information. With two spotlight areas, the program is split between ‘Talking Health’ and ‘Talking Safety’. For just a few hours out of the office, you will obtain information that you can use daily within your team. Talk with your colleagues today and plan...
Interactive Forum
22/05/2019
A series of free open forums will explore some of the hottest topics in OHS for 2019. These events offer the perfect opportunity to learn, discuss and collaborate about relevant and sometimes taboo issues in the workplace. Bring your colleagues and interact with industry professionals to discover brand new, innovative safety solutions you can implement...
CoR and the impacts on Consumer Law
22/05/2019
International Convention Centre (ICC) Sydney
Chris Sacré is a Partner in the Transport and Trade team of HWL Ebsworth Lawyers.  Chris is an experienced, transport lawyer having practiced in London, Hong Kong and Sydney representing clients and their insurers at all levels of the  international and local supply chain. Chris will talk us through the recent changes to the Heavy...
Executive Breakfast: The Royal Commissions and the changing culture of regulation: Impacts on Health and Safety Governance
23/05/2019
International Convention Centre (ICC) Sydney
The Safety Institute of Australia invites you to attend a breakfast which is being held at #SAFETYSCAPE in conjunction with the SIA National Health & Safety Conference, on Thursday 23 May 2019 from 7.00 to 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...