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WHS QLD & RIN - Safe Work Month Breakfast (Bookings Through WH&S QLD WEB)

Date: Thursday 26th October

Where: Mackay Entertainment & Convention Centre

Time: 6.45am Registration

Cost: $88 Register Via WHS QLD Website

Description:

Safe Work Month Breakfast Forum

Thursday 26th Oct

6.45am Registration

Key Speakers:

Madonna King
Madonna King is an award-winning journalist, author and commentator, with more than 20 years' experience across newspaper, radio and television. A fellow of the prestigious World Press Institute, Madonna has served as a visiting fellow at the Queensland University of Technology, and on the Walkley Advisory Board for Journalism. Madonna sits on three not-for-profit boards and has been widely recognised for her support and involvement in local community issues.

Libby Trickett
Four-time Olympic gold medal winning swimmer Libby Trickett has been appointed the Queensland Mental Health Ambassador to help raise awareness and promote the importance of mental health in the workplace. Libby has personal experience with mental health issues and is passionate about promoting positive mental health.

Libby hopes her new role will give her the opportunity to help Queensland workplaces support their employees to overcome mental health issues and reduce the stigma associated with mental health. Libby will share her story to empower Queenslanders to recognise the signs of poor mental health and ask for help.

Charles Brass
A new age of work
Charles Brass is the Chairman of the Futures Foundation, the professional association for Australia's practicing futurists, and also an active member of all major international futures organisations. With his background, Charles is ideally placed to identify the trends currently shaping Australia's future.

Charles is a regular commentator on the future in the media and discusses creating the future, particularly the future of work, money and community, leadership and people management. 

During his presentation A new age of work, Charles will explore our current understanding of work and suggest reasons why the current understanding has reached its use-by date in the work health and safety industry. Some initial suggestions for a new understanding of work are discussed.

Local Case Studies from:

Consolidated Plastics & Epoxy QLD

G&S Engineering Services

Don't forget to book your ticket to R A A G Chain of Responsibility Seminar the day before and make the most of your time in Mackay.
Book your Chain of Responsibility Seminar Ticket HERE

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