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Occupational Health & Safety Conference in November

Occupational Health & Safety Conference in November

HSRs and anyone who cares about health and safety in the workplace should register now for the ANMF (Vic Branch) Occupational & Safety Conference, Friday 15 November.

ANMF (Vic Branch) will present the Occupational Health & Safety Conference, with speakers providing the latest information and resources for nurses, midwives and carers about preventing illness and injury in the workplace, and support available when injury or illness occurs.

Key presenters at the conference will include:

  • Mayeta Clark, Journalist, Australian Story

Mayeta produced the Australian Story program Final Call, about the workplace safety issues surrounding the murder of South Australian nurse Gayle Woodford, who worked in the remote community of Fregon.

  • Adam Watson, Head of Operations & Emergency Management Health and Safety, WorkSafe Victoria

Adam will present on WorkSafe Victoria’s process, from inspections through to prosecution using some recent healthcare prosecutions as case studies.

  • Renata Musolino, OHS Information and Website Organiser, Victorian Trades Hall Council

Renata  will present on resources available for ANMF HSRs, Job Reps and members through the Victorian Trades Hall Council, including ‘Ask Renata’ advice and an OHS Reps page. You will also find out more about Trades Hall groups such as the Injured Workers Support Network.

The conference will include discussion on topics such as occupational violence and aggression, industrial manslaughter and the role of health and safety representatives.

The ANMF Occupational Health & Safety Conference attracts up to 6 hours of CPD required by the NMBA for registration renewal. It is aimed at all levels of nursing, midwifery and carers.

The conference will include discussion on topics such as occupational violence and aggression, industrial manslaughter and the role of health and safety representatives.

The ANMF Occupational Health & Safety Conference attracts up to six hours of CPD required by the NMBA for registration renewal. It is aimed at all levels of nursing, midwifery and carers.

Register your place.

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