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            Breakfast Seminar: Notifiable Incident Management - Are you really prepared?

            Join DWF's Matthew Smith and Damian Hegarty as they present a workshop on the effective management of notifiable safety incidents.
            DWF Brisbane

            05 February 2020 07:00
            05 February 2020 08:30

            DWF Brisbane Office
            Level 36, Riverside Centre
            123 Eagle Street, Brisbane
            QLD 4000

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            This interactive session will cover:

            • what effective incident management looks like;
            • what to expect in the first five minutes, hour, day and year following a critical incident;
            • looking after your employees;
            • managing stakeholders;
            • the fundamentals of investigations into safety incidents, including effective evidence collation and regulator management; and
              effective safety incident policies.

            We hope you can join us.

            7:15am: Registration & Breakfast
            7:30am – 8:30am: Seminar

            Meet the speakers

            Matthew Smith

            • Principal Lawyer // Head of Employment, Safety & Regulatory (Australia)

            Damian Hegarty

            • Principal Lawyer

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