CUTTING EDGE SAFETY: NEW CHALLENGES, NEW PEOPLE, NEW APPROACHES
14-15 April 2014
CME was proud to host the 2014 Safety and Health Conference - Australia’s pre-eminent multi-faceted national conference on Workplace Health and Safety in the resources sector.
Western Australia’s reputation as the hub for resources investment throughout the world is showcased at the CME Safety and Health Conference, which also champions workplace safety and health initiatives
through presentations, workshops and the annual Safety and Health Innovation Awards.
The 2014 Safety and Health Conference captured the attention of safety professionals, industry experts and operational safety leaders.
The overarching theme for the 2014 conference was ‘Cutting Edge Safety: New Challenges, New People, New Approaches’ and aimed to assist all safety professionals implementing strategies to deal with a new and younger workforce, a shift in mindset from construction to production, or new risks as a result of site or company changes.
The conference followed a themes and streams format linked to CME's Industry Vision, which aims to ensure ‘everyone in the industry understands and is trained to manage the inherent risks and hazards’. At the 2014 conference workshop streams included – Health, Technical, and Roles and Accountability.
Experts from the USA, leaders from Australian companies and local technical specialists in diverse fields, including mental health and diesel emissions presented at the conference.
Key speakers that attended the 2014 conference are detailed here.
Safety and Health Innovation Awards
This year, ten finalists competed for top honours in the Safety and Health Innovation Awards. To read more about the 2014 winners and finalists please click here.
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