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Safety Innovation Conference, Sydney 16-17 July




Safety Innovation Conference 2013

16 & 17 July 2013
The Grace Hotel, Sydney

Innovative Tools and Frameworks for Improving Safety Management Processes to Enhance Safety Outcomes
Liquid Learning is delighted to present the Safety Innovation Conference 2013, a highly informative and practical event featuring case studies and expert commentaries from leading safety and contracting professionals focusing on improving safety performance and culture through innovative practices.

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  • Gaining employee buy-in for safety initiatives through proactive engagement
  • Improving measurement with advanced data capture, evolving leading indicators and trend analysis
  • Transitioning to better safety practices and overall safety culture
  • Achieving alignment between innovative safety initiatives, organisational objectives and business appetite for change


John Beattie Executive General Manager, Zero Harm
Downer Infrastructure

Keith Hoskins Group General Manager, Health, Safety and Environment

John Green Health, Safety, Environment and Quality Director, Australasia Hub
Laing O’Rourke

Eur. Ing. David Bainbridge National Manager, Safety and Assurance
Leighton Contractors Rail
The Rail Track Association Australia

Anthony Cramery General Manager, Health, Safety and Environment
Graincorp Oils

Paul Breslin Occupational Health, Safety and Environment Manager
Brookfield Multiplex Construction and Development

Diana Chambers Program Manager, Safety Research and Education Alliance
Essential Energy

Chris Cashman Health, Safety, Environment and Quality Manager
Dalrymple Bay Coal Terminal

Ross Pilkington Director, Operational Support Division
WorkSafe Victoria

Dr Sharron O’Neill Senior Lecturer and Research Fellow
Macquarie University

Melanie McGaw Director
Belle Health and Safety Consultancy

Matt Reidy National Safety Manager

Almost all organisations seek to operate in a Zero Harm working environment. Effecting change within your organisation to improve safety outcomes is only achievable if all stakeholders are effectively engaged. This conference will explore the strategies used by leading organisations to address all challenges and pitfalls organisations face when implementing change within their safety framework. This includes using innovative measures to build sustainable safety culture across a range of industries and work environments. The emphasis will be on industry case studies offering practical applications and demonstrating how various safety innovations have been implemented in the workplace, as well as how organisations are addressing specific safety challenges.

The conference is designed to provide an interactive experience that will provide the ideal opportunity for professionals, managers and employees who are seeking to obtain innovative solutions to overcome common barriers faced by safety professionals across varied industries. Delegates will also have opportunities to conduct in-depth discussion and develop their working relationships and networks.

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To request more information or book your place at this practical event, contact Liquid Learning:
Email:  or visit our website:
Phone: +61 2 8239 9700
Fax: +61 2 8239 9777.

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This event is proudly supported by:
National Safety Council of Australia (NSCA)

Safety in Workplaces Australia

Safety in Australia

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