Queensland is now almost one year on from the introduction of the offence of ‘industrial manslaughter’. Join Partner, Matthew Smith, at our breakfast seminar as he re-examines the offence and its substantial penalties.
12 September 2018 06:00
12 September 2018 07:30
Level 36 Riverside Centre
123 Eagle Street
Brisbane Qld 4000
Queensland is now almost one year on from the introduction of the offence of ‘industrial manslaughter’. Join Partner, Matthew Smith, at our breakfast seminar as he re-examines the offence and its substantial penalties. This seminar will focus on the current position with regard to Workplace Health and Safety and the regulatory approach we anticipate going forward.
It is vital that organisations ensure they are able to respond adequately to a workplace fatality or serious incident. Accordingly, we will also review the fundamentals of critical incident management. Joining Matthew to provide practical tips are Anthony Aarons and Anthony Beasley of leading risk management firm Synergy Risk. Synergy Risk provide immediate and ongoing business improvement across a broad range of industries, with a focus on critical risk and incident management.
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