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William Edmond delivered the presentation at the 2014 Perth Safety in Action Conference. ...

William Edmond delivered the presentation at the 2014 Perth Safety in Action Conference.

The 2014 Perth Safety in Action Conference focused on enhancing compliance, productivity and affordability for big and small business. Highlights included an international keynote address from Neville Rockhouse, the Safety and Training Manager for Pike River Coal in New Zealand.

For more information about the event, please visit: http://www.safetyinaction.com.au/SIAPerth14

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    William Edmond - Safesearch (Stream A) - Panel Discussion: Achieving effective implementation of safety management in big and small organisations William Edmond - Safesearch (Stream A) - Panel Discussion: Achieving effective implementation of safety management in big and small organisations Presentation Transcript

    • Panel Discussion: Safety Leadership Safety in Action - June 2014
    • Achieving effective implementation of safety management in big and small organisations The panel will cover some of the topical areas discussed in the WA GM Safety Forum, a forum comprising of 25 heads of safety from WA businesses. Panel Topic
    • •William Edmond, General Manager, safesearch (Facilitator) •Cath McTigue, Delivery Integrity Director ANZ, WorleyParsons •Greg Smith, Legal Practice Director, STE Safety & Legal •Danny Spadaccini, Director of Safety, Alcoa Australia Panel
    • Ms Cath McTigue, Delivery Integrity Director ANZ, WorleyParsons Cath McTigue has over 20 years experience in Health and Safety, Environmental Management, Risk Management and Delivery Integrity gained across various industries including: mining, oil and gas, utilities and infrastructure, power, health and human services and manufacturing. She is currently the Delivery Integrity Director across the WorleyParsons Business in ANZ and the Pacific. Cath’s undergraduate qualifications are in Applied Science with post graduate qualifications in Ergonomics, Management, Risk Management, Cleaner Production and OSH. Her passion lies in safety innovation and in enabling high performance teams to lead safety. Bios
    • Mr Greg Smith, Legal Practice Director, STE Safety and Legal Greg Smith has spent the last 23 years specialising in safety and health management, assisting clients to understand organisational and individual responsibility for safety and health, and implement and verify processes to discharge those responsibilities. Greg is a qualified lawyer who has worked as a partner and legal practitioner in some of Australia’s leading law firms. In addition to his legal experience, Greg has worked as a Principal Safety Advisor in the Oil and Gas Industry developing a global safety management strategy. Greg is qualified in a range of incident investigation techniques and is also a qualified lead auditor specialising in health and safety management systems. As a leading safety and health practitioner, Greg’s technical expertise is deep, providing some of Australia’s largest and most significant employer’s with strategic safety and health advice on compliance, incident investigation management and response, contractor safety management and representation in various legal proceedings. Greg has also devised and delivers comprehensive safety and health training programs and is regarded as a leading provider of safety and health training, particularly in the areas of management responsibilities and contractor safety management. He also teaches accident prevention as part of the School of Public Health, Health, Safety and Environment at Curtin University in Perth, Western Australia. Greg is the author of the book, Management Obligations for Safety and Health and the editor of the book Contractor Safety Management, both published by CRC Press. Bios
    • Mr Danny Spadaccini, Director of Safety, Alcoa Australia Danny Spadaccini commenced working as Director of Safety for Alcoa of Australia in September 2011.This role incorporates the management of Health and Safety across all Alcoa Australian operations and represents the world’s largest integrated bauxite mining, alumina refining, aluminium smelting and rolling system For 10 years prior Danny was the Global Quality, Health, Safety, Security and Environment Advisor for Weatherford International, a global oil and gas service company. In this role Danny received the Chairman’s Award for Safety Excellence in 2002 and 2006. Previous roles include Quality and Safety Manager for a large construction company, Construction Inspector and Building Surveyor. Danny is a Chartered Fellow of the Safety Institute of Australia. Bios
    • Questions from the Floor Thank you