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IQA CQ Safety & Health Seminar and Dinner Meeting
Rockhampton Leagues Club, Cambridge Street, Rockhampton Qld 4700 24/10/2018

Date: 24 Oct 2018

Venue: Rockhampton Leagues Club, Cambridge Street, Rockhampton  Qld  4700
Seminar Program
12 Noon: Registration & Light Lunch
12.30pm: SESSION 1: A Case Study – Rienholt Rasch, Aggregates National Safety Manager, Holcim (Australia) Pty Ltd. Driving individuals to take responsibility for injury prevention through engagement
1.00pm: SESSION 2: Inspectorate Update
1.40pm: SESSION 3: Protecting the occupational lung health of mine and quarry workers 
2.15pm: SESSION 4: A Case Study – Kris Cameron, Senior HSE Consultant, Triple A Safety, Risk & Compliance. Having her hands crushed at work opened up a whole new career path for Kris. Her role with Triple A Safety involves working with businesses across Australia to build foundational safety systems.
3.00pm: Refreshment Break
3.20pm: SESSION 5:
4.00pm: SESSION 6: Explosives Inspectorate Proposed Legislation Changes
5.00pm: Seminar Concludes
Dinner Meeting Program:
6.00pm: Event Commences, Drinks & Canapes, Dinner & Dessert
Guest Speakers
9.00pm Event Concludes
Guest Speaker
Chris Doran, Managing Director, Mitacom
“An industry response to mobile equipment collisions risks”
Dinner Sponors:

MemberNon-MemberSub Total
Seminar Only$50.00 x $60.00 x $0.00
Seminar and Dinner$115.00 x $140.00 x $0.00
Dinner Only$65.00 x $80.00 x $0.00
Sub Total$0.00

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