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Digital Program

Day one: Building the evidence base

Day one
MC welcome
Madonna King

Welcome to Country Ceremony
Tribal Experiences
The fourth industrial revolution
Professor Sarah Sharples, University of Nottingham
Closing the evidence to practice gap in MSD prevention: what do we need to do?
Associate Professor Jodi Oakman, La Trobe University
Preventing MSDs during the design stage
Professor David Caple, La Trobe University
Case studies:
Designing and fitting out a new hospital: the benefit of hindsight
Peter Pollnitz, Central Adelaide Local Health Network

Human centred design—designing for end users
Peter Schumacher, University of South Australia
Slips, trips and falls prevention: presentations and panel discussion

Neil Adams Associates (Consultant) 
Sharon Todd, CPE Soundhealth

Q and A panel: Neil Adams, Sharon Todd and Donna Lee, Principal Advisor Ergonomics (Workplace Health and Safety Queensland)

Day two: Thinking about the bigger picture—systems thinking

Day two
Living like the world’s longest-lived people
Nick Buettner, The Bluezones™
Applying systems thinking to understanding MSDs  
Associate Professor Sharon Newnam, Monash University Accident Research Centre
Derailing workplace MSD risks through systems thinking
Associate Professor Anjum Naweed, Central Queensland University

Industry case studies:

The good, the bad and the ugly… rolling out a HMT injury prevention program in the Townsville HHS
Mark Enders, Townsville Hospital

PErforM case study
Bryan Cropley, Ryde Council
Work health and safety data: business intelligence, distraction or fake news
Associate Professor Sharron O’Neill, University of New South Wales
Systems thinking—the bigger picture for MSD prevention
Dr Kirsten Way, University of Queensland

Day three: Thinking about now and the future

Day three
Industrial Exoskeletons 101: considerations for application, integration and sustainment
Dr Christopher Reid, Boeing
Collaborative robots for low-volume manufacturing
Professor Jonathan Roberts, Queensland University of Technology
Safety leadership now and into the future presentations and panel discussion
Dr Tristan Casey, Griffith University
Shane Stockill, Workplace Health and Safety Queensland
Tracie Dickenson, Daryl Dickenson Transport
Pam Knobel, Workplace Health and Safety Queensland
Addressing sedentary behaviour: occupational sitting—an emerging workplace health and safety issue
Associate Professor Genevieve Healy, University of Queensland
Smart work design: now and into the future
Professor Sharon K Parker, Centre for Transformative Design