20th September, 2017
The Asbestos: Claims and Litigation course aims to provide cutting-edge solutions to the business owners to mitigate and tackle the Claims and litigation risks arising out of the exposure to fatal Asbestos. The course will also serve as a platform to guide you through the most disputed aspects involved in dealing with asbestos, which include– legislative reforms, illegal importation of asbestos, management and control of asbestos in workplace, asbestos liability and litigation, regulations to deal with naturally occurring asbestos, safe removal and disposal of asbestos, and the current state of asbestos in Australia. This Course has been designed to provide you with strategic advice, critical insights, and comprehensive updates on Asbestos Claims and Litigations.
Part A takes you through the underpinning law that applies to asbestos management
Part B is a practical guide to managing asbestos
Our course leader is a Principal at Macpherson Kelley and National Practice Group Head of the Workplace Relations team. He is a highly sought after Workplace professional within Australia, New Zealand and Asia and his proactive approach to understanding ever changing Employment, IR and OHS laws ensures his clients are always one step ahead of their competition. Working with a number of employers, He builds well being programs that improve employee health and productivity whilst reducing worker’s compensation premiums. He is also a skilled author and seasoned speaker across Australia, New Zealand and throughout Asia and he works with clients to build workplace law competency through a range of bespoke training programs on a range of topics including industrial relations, equal opportunity, OHS, privacy, social media, surveillance and workers’ compensation.
He has been commissioned by the WA Law Reform Commission to report on Provisional Damages and Damages for Gratuitous Services (copy Report attached) and work with asbestos related issues for manufactures, builders and developers and property management with OHS and Environmental Regulators.
Our course leader is CEO of Safety Action Pty Ltd and has over 25 years experience in safety and risk management, including professional management of asbestos in the workplace.
His key specialties include: asbestos management, contractor management, risk assessments, independent investigations and audits. Other areas of expertise include coaching executive teams and governance committees in risk management and safety leadership. He has presented on workplace safety subjects at numerous conferences both locally and overseas, and led a world-wide project on plant safety for two multi-national manufacturers between 2009 and 2012. Risk assessments were conducted in 12 countries including; Germany, France, Spain, Italy, UK, US, Pakistan, Japan, India and Mexico. He has previous served as Deputy General Manager at Richard Oliver Risk Managers, OHS Manager for National Safety Council of Australia, Safety Co-ordinator for Swinburne University, Safety Engineer for the Department of Agriculture, Structural Engineer and mathematics teacher.
Our course leader has conducted asbestos surveys in Australia and Malaysia, prepared asbestos management plans and manuals for various clients, facility management plans for businesses with large quantities of asbestos materials spread through a large number of older buildings and structures. He holds a Bachelor of Engineering (civil) degree, is Graduate Diploma in Education and a Graduate Diploma in Occupational Hazard Management (Ballarat).
Professional memberships and ratings include; Fellow of Institution of Engineers Australia, Certified Practising Risk Manager with the Risk Management Institute of Australia, member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors, and Fellow of the Safety Institute of Australia (SIA).
Register 3 Send 4th One Free
Register 3 Send 4th One Free Any organization wishing to send multiple attendees to this course may send 1 FREE for every 3 participants registered. Please note that all the 3 participants must register at the same time to avail this benefit.
Early Bird Registration Price: AUD 699
(Pay Before 06/09/2017)
Usual Price: AUD 799
Note: All payments are made in Australian Dollars.
Registration fee only covers cost of all sessions, luncheon, coffee/tea & presentations. Fee does NOT include any travel or accommodation expenses. Fee is not inclusive of 8% Admin/Bank Charges.
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Address: 13 Spring St, Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia
Phone: +61 3 9205 9999