Join us at the Moranbah electrical industry work health and safety forum on 29 April and the live-stream launch of our new film, Jason Daniels’ story – surviving an electric shock from overhead powerlines on 5 May. Both events are free!
Moranbah electrical industry work health and safety forum
Date: Thursday 29 April
Location: Moranbah Workers Club Hotel, 49-55 Mills Avenue, Moranbah
Join us at this FREE forum to find out what’s happening in the electrical industry and learn about arc flash, solar PV safety, overhead powerlines and working with energised equipment.
Hear from Safety Advocate Dan Kennedy, who tragically lost his son, Dale, when he was electrocuted while working in the ceiling space of a Cairns school. Dale was only 20 and close to finishing his electrical apprenticeship and was a young father himself.
No registration is required, however spots are limited and based on first-come, first-serve.
Film launch – Jason Daniels’ story – surviving an electric shock from overhead powerlines
Date: Wednesday 5 May
Location: Attend in-person in Toowoomba or via the live stream.
Contact with overhead powerlines is a major cause of death and serious injury in the agriculture industry. Jason Daniels is one of the lucky ones – he survived a serious electric shock while working on a grain farm at the age of 17. Now he’s sharing his story, so it doesn’t happen to anyone else.
Join us in-person or watch the event via the live stream to hear from Jason and his mum Di, ESO, Energy Queensland and AgForce Queensland.
Attendance is free and light morning tea will be provided. In-person spots are limited.