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Cairns Safety & Health Seminar/Dinner Meeting
Rydges Esplanade Resort, 209-217 Abbott Street, Cairns 05/04/2017

Date: Wednesday 5th April

Venue: Rydges Esplanade Resort, 209-217 Abbott Street, Cairns

General Seminar Theme: Airborne Contaminants

Seminar Program:
12.30pm     Event commences – Registration & Lunch
1.00pm    Paul Sutton, Chief Executive Officer, IQA
1.30pm    Phil Goode, Chief Inspector of Mines, Qld, Herman Fasching, Manager of Safety & Heatlh, North Region Reporting on 2017 Incidents & Accidents
2.00pm    Dustin Bennett, GCG Health Safety & Hygiene. Reporting on workplace exposure risks (i.e. noise, dust, chemicals, DPM) including case studies
3.00pm    Mark Desira, Senior Principal Occupational Hygienist, DNRM. Reporting on Respirable Crystalline Silica (RCS)
4.30pm    Event Concludes

Dinner Program:
6.00pm    Event Commences - Canapes & Drinks
6.30pm    Welcome by MC
7.00pm    Main & Dessert
7.45pm    Guest Speaker 
9.00pm     Event Concludes

Dinner Meeting Sponsored By:


Seminar OnlySeminar and DinnerDinner Only Sub Total
Member$30.00 x $85.00 x $55.00 x $0.00
Non-Member$40.00 x $105.00 x $65.00 x $0.00
Sub Total$0.00

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