Networking dinner

Musculoskeletal Disorders Symposium 2020 cancelled.

Join your peers at the first Musculoskeletal Disorders Symposium networking dinner and hear from two informative keynote presenters including Sharron O’Neill from University of New South Wales.

Date: Tuesday 24 March
Time: 6.15pm
Location: Mezzanine Level
Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre
Glenelg St
South Brisbane

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Dress code: Business attire

Dinner includes a two-course meal and limited alcohol (a cash bar is also available).

Register for the dinner

Register for the two-day symposium and dinner

Networking dinner
6.15pm Registration opens
6.30pm MC welcome, Madonna King
6.35pm Networking sponsor address
6.40pm Entrée served
7.05pm WHS data: Business intelligence, distraction or fake news, Karen Wolfe
7.40pm Main meal served
8.05pm Safety Leadership at Work, Shane Stockill, Office of Industrial Relations
9.00pm Close

Karen Wolfe, Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation (ANSTO)

Karen Wolfe is the Executive Officer to the ANSTO Chief Executive Officer., providing high level direct operational advice, coordination and support.

Karen has over 25 years’ experience in work health and safety ensuring compliance and as a safety manager identifying and establishing best practice safety.

She is a Chartered Fellow of the Safety Institute of Australia (SIA) and has been a member of the National Board as well as past President of SIA, NSW. She collaborates with Macquarie University IGAP as technical expert on research projects for Safe Work Australia.

(CEO). Karen will share her research into the design, measurement and reporting of performance measures for organisational governance and accountability including non-financial indicators of work health and safety performance.

Shane Stockhill

Shane Stockill, Workplace Health and Safety Queensland

Shane is a registered psychologist with tertiary qualifications in workplace health and safety and organisational psychology. Since 1999, Shane has worked across a broad range of strategic and operational roles at Workplace Health and Safety Queensland (WHSQ).

Shane’s current role is Manager of the Safety Leadership and Culture Unit at WHSQ. Shane’s unit is coordinating OIR’s role in a Research Consortium with leading safety leadership and safety climate researchers. A key output of this partnership is the development of a valid and reliable measure of safety culture, as assessed by worker survey. This measure, supported by a suite of resources will assist organisations to assess supervisor and team-leader capacity to lead safety.

Baker Boys band

Baker Boys band

High energy Brisbane musicians that will entertain you throughout the networking dinner.

Last updated
13 March 2020