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Workplace Health & Safety in a Person Directed Era
Oct 25, 2013 to Oct 26, 2013
|Location||818-820 George Street Sydney NSW 2000
Workplace Health and Safety conference will highlight workplace health and safety challenges such as risk identification, management and mitigation.
With the introduction of consumer directed care, the aged care sector is now facing rapid change. This coupled with the introduction of national harmonisation has significant implications for aged care workers and providers.
Workplace Health and Safety conference will highlight workplace health and safety challenges such as risk identification, management and mitigation. Relevant, timely presentations will provide insight into strategies for creating and maintaining a positive workplace health and safety culture and improving outcomes. Increases in incidents of injury as a result of changing care requirements and higher rates of care being delivered in the home have serious implications for workplace health
How changing models of care will impact workplace health and safety
Strategies to identify risks in uncontrolled environments
Examine management and hazard control techniques
Approaches to evaluation and continuous improvement of WHandS practice
Download the brochure for the full speaker line up and program > http://agedcarehealthsafety.com/
For more information, call 1300 316 882.
From outside Australia please call +61 (2) 9239 5700
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Standard rate: $2299
Early bird rate 1 - Expires on 26 July 2013: $1899
Early bird rate 2 - Expires on 16 August 2013: $1999
Keywords: risk and safety, wellbeing, work health and safety, quality and safety, whands, occupational health, safety, health, Aged Care, workplace, human resource
Artists / Speakers:
Naomi Pateman, Warren Keedle, Julie Ashwell, David Melhuish, Tameka Maczkowiack, Megan LeLievre, Donna Lee, Troy Pearl, Marcia Wells, Margaret Szasz, Mary Jane Stolp, Neil Logan, Tonya Valentino