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This is the Program for the "Same but Different" Women in Fire Fighting Australasia Conference. See http://womeninfirefighting.blogspot.com.au/

This is the Program for the "Same but Different" Women in Fire Fighting Australasia Conference. See http://womeninfirefighting.blogspot.com.au/

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Women in Fire Fighting Program 2006, Sydney Australia Women in Fire Fighting Program 2006, Sydney Australia Document Transcript

  • australasian women in fire fighting conference 2006 Sydney Convention Centre 7th to 9th JuneFire Service Programme1.indd 1 1/6/06 12:41:15 PM
  • “same but different” Day One Time Venue Event Presenter 12.00 - 1.45pm Reception Area Registration 2.00 - 3.30pm Plenary Welcome to Conference Belinda Green MC Welcome to Country Terese Floren, Executive Director Women in the Fire Service USA Keynote Addresses Dr Merilyn Childs, Director Fire Services Research Project University of Western Sydney 3.30 - 3.55pm Afternoon Tea 4.00 - 5.30pm Plenary Women in the Fire Service Terese Floren, Executive Director The International Women in the Fire Service (USA) Perspective Chief Rebecca Denlinger, Cobb County Fire Department 5.30 - 6.30pm Terrace Room DrinksFire Service Programme1.indd 2 1/6/06 12:41:15 PM
  • Day Two Minnie Webb Madeleine Pinning Dorothy Garland Anne Barry Time Room Room Room Room Myths and Legends For Love or Money To Do or Not To Do Forward March 9.00 - 9.45am Open Session Lisa Davis Robyn Pearce Merilyn Childs An opportunity for fire Balancing Work, Family Is the recruitment process A research agenda fighters to share their and Fire for career fire fighters for diversity and the stories biased against women? fire services - some preliminary thoughts 9.50 - 10.35am Vivien Thompson Charmaine Sellings Louise Cannon Trisha Kendall You’re Not Brave Unless Banana Women: the story Strength. How to get it and Beyond Bullying: How You’re Scared of the Lake Tyers Aboriginal how to keep it workplace psychopaths Women’s Fire Brigade operate and what we can do to protect ourselves Morning Tea Industry sector facilitated discussions 11.00am - 12.30pm Urban Rural Urban Rural 12.30 - 2.00pm Lunch Optional Carmel Donnelly, Barbara Session Lewis, Susan Courtney, 1.00 - 2.00pm Cath Dorahy Women and Firefighting Australasia 2.00 - 2.40pm Merilyn Childs and Barbara Lewis Valerie Ingham Evan Cole Fi Millhouse From Minnie Planning For Your Career Risk Perception and Public Service Association to Maddie - stamping Decision Making New South Wales the female image on fire fighter identity 2.45 - 3.05pm Helen McDermott Same But Different: Dr Heather Webb Women in Policing and Jim McLennan Michael Morris Fire Fighter Health and Women in Fire Fighting Women Volunteers in the Deconstructing the taken Safety. South Australian Country for granted - seeing and How is my job impacting Fire Service hearing anew my health? 3.10 - 3.30pm Gregg Paterson Diversity in Recruiting Afternoon Tea 3.50 - 4.40pm Reserved Sereena Groot-Jans Robert Comeford Georgia Prattis and Volunteering in New Zealand Simulation as a training Dr Sue Lewis tool – Vector Simulation Gender Equity Leadership Model Development Within the Metropolitan Fire Brigade Conference Dinner 7.30pm – Midnight Dockside Function Centre, Darling HarbourFire Service Programme1.indd 3 1/6/06 12:41:15 PM
  • Day Three Time Venue Event Presenter 8.30 - 8.50am Plenary PYRO-HYPOTHETICAL Overview Jenni Farrell 8.50 - 10.30am PYRO-HYPOTHETICAL Incident Management Scenario Based Workshops 10.30 - 10.50am Morning Tea 10.50 - 12.00pm PYRO-HYPOTHETICAL Incident Management Scenario Based Workshops 12.10 - 12.45pm Plenary Keynote Addresses Carol Beaumont Secretary New Zealand Council of Trade Unions Senator Claire Moore 12.45 - 1.00pm Plenary Summary and close Nella Booth and Fi Millhouse 1.00 - 3.00pm Terrace Room Lunch Design and production by The Australasian Women in Fire Fighting Conference 2006 gratefully acknowledges the support of the following organisations:Fire Service Programme1.indd 4 1/6/06 12:41:18 PM