Latest insights and practical advice on critical OHS/WHS issues and regulation - EARN 40 CPD points as part of your summit attendance!

IMPORTANT UPDATE: Due to the evolving COVID-19 health risk the event will now be facilitated online on 29-30 June 2021.
The health and safety concerns of our attendees, facilitators and staff is our number one priority, and we strongly believe this is the right decision given the evolving public health risks, travel concerns and other circumstances.
If you are a registered delegate, a member of our customer service team will follow up with you directly with the online login details.
 
 
 
The work health and safety landscape is constantly evolving, with amendments to Model Work Health and Safety Regulations raising questions around compliance, enforcement and liability within an organisation. The introduction of Industrial Manslaughter Laws in ACT and across Queensland, Victoria and the Northern Territory has further contributed to the need for businesses to enforce due diligence to avoid prosecution.  
 
Hosted in partnership with the Australian Institute of Health and Safety, Employment Law Matters is delighted to be bringing you the inaugural WHS Prosecution & Enforcement Summit (29-30 June 2021).  
 
Attend and learn how to mitigate risk in an ever-changing work environment, discover the impacts of gross negligence through recent case law examples, uncover how to minimise future safety risks and equip yourself with the knowledge on how to drive a safety and compliance culture in your organisation.   
 
The WHS Prosecution & Enforcement Summit is endorsed and accredited by the Australian Institute of Health and Safety. Earn 40 CPD points as part of your summit attendance.
 
 
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TOP SPEAKERS

Naomi Kemp

Chair

AIHS

Valerie Griswold

Executive Director, Investigations & Enforcement, Better Regulation Division

NSW Department of Customer Service

Robert Alford

Director - Compliance and Enforcement

WorkSafe ACT

Peter Thorning

Director, Regulatory Strategy and Board/ISSC Services

QLD Office of Industrial Relations

Alena Titterton

Partner

Clyde & Co

Andrew Ross

Associate Director

Australian Business Lawyers & Advisors

Katherine Morris

Partner

Norton Rose Fulbright Australia

John Makris

Partner

Kingston Reid

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REASONS TO ATTEND 

  • Get the latest updates on WHS regulations from leading WHS lawyers and regulators  
  • Know your legal obligations and risks in managing flexible working arrangements 
  • Prevent, manage and safeguard against psychological and mental health risks 
  • Participate in our interactive WHS Risks Mini Masterclass to discover how to identify, assess and respond to WHS/OHS risks  
  • Enhance your internal investigation processes to monitor and minimise future safety risks 
  • Learn to take proactive steps to avoid WHS prosecution from our panel of WHS leaders
  • Uncover WHS/OHS best practices to minimise workers compensation claims in our interactive “Safety in the Workplace” roleplay 
  • Review your organisation’s liability insurance to avoid the risk of exposure to WHS fines and penalties 
  • Interactive Mock Trial: Deepen your understanding on how to minimise bullying, sexual harassment and harassment risks in the workplace
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WHO SHOULD ATTEND

  • Work Health & Safety/Work Health & Environment Managers, Advisors & Heads 
  • Safety/Safety & Wellbeing/Safety & Innovation Advisors, Managers & Heads
  • Zero Harm Managers, Advisors & Head 
  • Injury & Return to Work/Workers Compensation Managers, Advisors & Heads 
  • HR/Human Resources Managers, Advisors & Heads 
  • Employee Relations/Workplace Relations/Industrial Relations Managers, Advisors & Heads 

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