Join us for a seminar over breakfast.
Health and Safety professionals have long known the benefits of capturing EHS data. But how do we use this data? Is it simply to meet a reporting obligation? Or do organisations want to gain a competitive advantage from it?
Join us in our multi-city breakfast seminar in Brisbane, Sydney or Melbourne where we will cover two of the hot topics that the industry is currently focusing on. Namely, trying to make predictions about unknown future events and putting in place measures to prevent or reduce workplace mental health issues.
The Journey from EHS Reporting to Predictive Analytics
Speaker: Christine Adeline, EHS Product Manager, SAI Global
Data has been used to make decisions in health and safety for many years. Many firms have looked at lagging and leading indicators to improve EHS performance. Predictive and advanced analytics has the ability to take you further and provide powerful actionable insights.
In this presentation we will explore what the journey looks like, share what we are hearing from customers as well as what you need to know to be successful on this journey.
Mental health in the workplace – The journey to prevention
Speaker: Sue Bahn, CEO,Tap into Safety
The dream of the modern organisation, with regards to the effective management of workplace mental health, is one where stigma is a thing of the past. Where staff actively seek help and receive timely and approach support. This presentation unpicks the latest research to show the critical and future role of digital health.
REGISTER BELOW TO ATTEND (8.00am – 10.00am)
Brisbane: 23rd October at Mercure Brisbane, North Quay, Brisbane, QLD, 4000. Click here to register.
Sydney: 24th October at Radisson Blu Hotel, 27 O’Connell Street, Sydney, NSW, 2000. Click here to register.
Melbourne: 25th October at Cliftons Southbank, Level 18, 2 Southbank Boulevard, Southbank, VIC, 3006. Click here to register.
Note: This is a free event. The event runs from 8.00am – 10.00am and includes a networking breakfast from 8.00am – 8.30am.