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FREE INFORMATION WEBINAR

OHS Regulations 2017 Webinar
For those people too time poor to attend WSV Seminars

The focus of the webinar will be:

  • Consequential Amendments
  • Relevant Parts the OHS Regulations that have changed demonstrably including Pros and Cons.
    • Asbestos
    • Hazardous Chemicals
    • Confined space
    • Hazardous Manual Handling
    • Falls
    • Incorporation of OHS Amendments 2014
    • Construction
    • Plant
  • Possible solutions to imposed changes.
  • What's 'Hot' in OHS.

Webinar Details:

  • The Webinar will run for 1.5 hour 

AEST:

Date:          Friday 20th October

Times:       10:00am - 11:30am

                     1:30pm - 3:00pm

About the presenters

Ian Good has 30 years' experience in managing chemicals in technical, marketing and product management roles. He is one of HAZCON's principal consultants and covers all areas of OHS, with a keen interest in chemical safety. Ian's insights, delivered in his typically engaging style, should assist you to manage your chemical obligations. 

Richard Forster is an experienced OHS Practitioner of 25 years and has developed and implemented a wide range of health and safety policies, procedures, training courses and management systems. Richard is a WorkSafe approved trainer and Lead OHS Auditor. He is passionate about his work and is a keen believer in sensible risk management as well as being a keen supporter of health and well-being issues.

How to Book:

BOOK HERE

  • Bookings are essential as limited spaces are available to allow for questions.
  • Bookings close on Wednesday 18th October.
  • Once your booking is confirmed, you will be sent details on Wednesday 18th October on how to join as well as interact with the presenter.

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