At the core function of any work within a resources company is its ability to ensure and maintain the highest level of safety for its employees. Zero harm is the common goal for everybody working with safety issues, and the Safety in the Resources Sector conference (Brisbane, 27-29 February 2012) will provide an outstanding opportunity to further develop your skills and knowledge to help you achieve zero harm.
The Safety in the Resources Sector conference features expert presentations and case studies on initiating change for better safety outcomes that safety managers cannot afford to miss. The three-day conference features 16 insightful presentations and case studies covering the area of behavioural safety management, safety culture, implementing change, safety leadership and training, workforce readiness, psychological factors affecting safety performance, fatigue management, legislative changes and compliance, vehicle collision avoidance systems, incident reporting, and others.
Delegates from the mining, oil and gas, construction, engineering and contractors who specialise in health, safety and environment, safety training, site management, operations and project management, safety system designer and alike are expected to attend.
The Safety in the Resources Sector conference provides an exceptional forum for the exchange of information on the issues of achieving a better, safer and therefore more productive working environment. This is an outstanding opportunity for professional networking and gaining insight into organisational work practices.
Safety in the Resources Sector is scheduled for 27 to 29 February at the Hilton Brisbane. For further information please call 02 9279 2222, email to firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the conference website on www.SafetyinResources.com for more information.