Beasonsfield survivor to speak at series of Safe Work Month events

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Work Safe Month2Beaconsfield mine collapse survivor, Todd Russell, will be special guest speaker at a series of breakfast seminars being held throughout regional Queensland for Safe Work Month in October.

Mr Russell will talk about his physical and mental recovery following the disaster, as well as practical safety messages from a survivor’s perspective.

Journalist, Madonna King, will MC the breakfasts, and lead delegates through a line-up of high profile speakers, safety experts and local business professionals who will share ideas, discuss safety leadership and culture and the next steps in safety.

For more information or to book your seat at one of the events listed below visit the Workplace Health and Safety Queensland website:

Date Location Time Venue Cost
17 October Gold Coast 7:00 am – 9:00 am Southport Sharks Events Centre $55.00 (incl GST)
21 October Townsville 7:00 am – 9:00 am Rydges Southbank $55.00 (incl GST)
22 October Rockhampton 7:00 am – 9:00 am Rockhampton Leagues Club $55.00 (incl GST)
23 October Mackay Safe Work Month Breakfast co-hosted by the Regional Industry Network (RIN) 6:45 am – 9:00 am Mackay Entertainment and Convention Centre $60.00 (incl GST) RIN member$70.00 (incl GST) for non-members
24 October Sunshine Coast 7:00 am – 9:00 am Novotel, Twin Waters Resort $55.00 (incl GST)
31 October Toowoomba 7:00 am – 9:00 am City Golf Club $55.00 (incl GST)

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