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The Women in Safety Leadership Summit 2015

When:

Tue 19 May 2015, 8:30am–5:00pm

Where: Crowne Plaza Melbourne, 1-5 Spencer Street, Melbourne CBD, Victoria

Restrictions: All Ages

Website:

Listed by: LiquidLearning

The Women in Safety Leadership Summit 2015

Crowne Plaza Melbourne - 19 May 2015

View the online agenda here: http://bit.ly/1Ci2FGR

Liquid Learning is delighted to present The Women in Safety Leadership Summit 2015 - the premier professional development, leadership and networking event for established, emerging and aspiring female leaders in safety.

Explore
- Strategies to lead safety reform, manage change and overcome adversity
- Optimising your stakeholder management, relationship building, influence and networking skills
- Mastering critical leadership skills to enhance performance and ensure peak productivity
- Strategies to cultivate and lead highperformance teams for enhanced organisational safety success

Featured Speakers
- Kathryn Taylor - General Manager Health, Safety and Environment - Telstra
- Emma Blee - Head of Enterprise, Safety Corporate Affairs and People - Australia Post
- Fiona Murfitt - Group Health, Safety, Security and the Environment Manager - VIVA, Shell Australia Downstream
- Kelly Lovely - National Manager - Health Safety Environment - Thiess Services, Communications Division
- Rebecca Atkinson - National Organisational Development, Program Manager - John Holland
- Catherine King - Country Health Manager, Safety and Environment - ABB Australia Pty Limited
- Dr Angelica Vecchio-Sadus - Health, Safety and Environment Manager Manufacturing Flagship|Clayton Health Safety Environment Lead - Commonwealth Science Industry Research Organisation (CSIRO)
- Christina Sobieralski - Group Health, Safety and Environment Manager Australasia - Agility Logistics Australasia
- Karen Oldaker - General Manager, Health, Safety and Workplace Relations - Medibank
- Jodie Talone - National Safety and Environment Governance Manager - Asciano Limited
- Nicole Copeland - National Safety and Environment Manager Manager – ANZ Resources and Power - Jacobs
- Lesley Sweetman - Chief Occupational Health and Safety Officer - Department of Human Services
- Michael Collins - Managing Partner - Hipotential
- Stacy Hamilton - Director - Safety Training & Consultancy Group Pty Ltd

About the Event
Women continue to be significantly under-represented in safety roles across a vast range of safety focused organisations. Those organisations operating in industries such as energy, oil and gas, mining, utilities, transport, construction, infrastructure, manufacturing and engineering are particularly lacking in senior female safety leaders with a male-dominated environment still ensuing.
Women offer a unique perspective in enhancing safety performance and bring an important skillset to changing safety culture and behaviour making it imperative to ensure gender diversity at all levels of safety leadership within an organisation. While there has been some development in diversity in recent times, there is still some way to go before gender diversity is seen across the board in all safety focused organisations.
The Women in Safety Leadership Summit 2015 will explore the changing nature of safety and address the inherent challenges and obstacles that have inhibited many women from accessing and acquiring senior safety leadership roles in the past. With an outstanding speaker faculty, the summit will provide current and emerging female safety leaders with the skills, strategies, solutions and inspiration to achieve their potential and become highperforming and influential long-term safety leaders.

View the online agenda here: http://bit.ly/1Ci2FGR

For more information contact Liquid Learning on:
P 02 8239 9700
F 02 8239 9777
E marketing@liquidlearning.com.au
W www.liquidlearning.com.au