SIA NATIONAL CONFERENCE PROGRAM - DAY 1 - WEDNESDAY 23 MAY 2018 8.00 am Session1 Room:Plenary3 - SIA National Health ...
Page content transcription
If your browser does not render page correctly, please read the page content below
SIA NATIONAL CONFERENCE PROGRAM - DAY 1 WEDNESDAY 23 MAY 2018 8.00 am REGISTRATION | MELBOURNE CONVENTION CENTRE, PLENARY 3 FOYER Session 1 Room: Plenary 3 8.45 - 8.50 am Welcome to Country Uncle Ron Jones, Wurundjeri Tribe Elder Conference Welcome 8.50 - 9.00 am Patrick Murphy, Chair, Safety Institute of Australia We've All Got What it Takes...But Where is It? 9.00 - 10.00 am Lisa McInnes-Smith, Acclaimed Keynote Speaker, Master of Audience Participation This session focuses on personal performance and on-going improvement. Performance rises when people capitalise on their strengths and minimise the effect of their weaknesses. Lisa sets people on a strategic pathway of continuous progress. She identifies what energises, engages, inspires and motivates, as well as those aspects that self-sabotage. Lisa is a performance catalyst. She steps in as the coach to unlock potential and empower people to perform above their own expectations. She nurtures the seeds of self-belief and self-confidence. This dynamic presentation will help people renew their attitude and skill-sets to achieve the goals they truly want. 10.00 - 11.00 am Making a Shift - The Science of behaviour change within cultures Darren Hill, Executive Director, Pragmatic Thinking Ever tried to get a person to change their behaviour? Well, of course you have…We do it everyday. But what about if you want to create a shift in a large group? What tools do we need to undertake broad-scale cultural change? As it turns out there are certain patterns that if we engage these, we can achieve change; not just incremental change, but change that is exponential, rapid and impactful. Join Behavioural Scientist Darren Hill in this practical and entertaining look at how you can drive a new level of behaviour change in your safety programs. 11.00 - 11.30 am Morning Tea Join the conversation at #sianatconf18
DAY 1 - WEDNESDAY 23 MAY 2018 Diversity in Leadership Neuroscience Theory Into Practice: Action Learning Session 2 | Room: Meeting Room 218 Room: Meeting Room 219 Room: Meeting Room 220 11.30 am - Diversity: The Canary in the What Were They Thinking? A Look At How Perspectives on Safety 12.15 pm Corporate Coalmine The 'Emotional Brain' Overrides Logical Research and Action Learning Decision Making And How This Impacts in the Workplace Yolanda Beattie, Practice Leader, On Risk Awareness, Behaviour And Safety Diversity & Inclusion, Mercer Preformance Robert Wentzel, Global Solutions Director, Dr. Sarah Colley, Managing Director, Pockets of In this session, Mercer’s practice leader, Jonah Group Brilliance diversity and inclusion, Yolanda Beattie, Sarah Rushton, Human Resources Advisor, Hanson A common refrain heard after incidents occur is – Construction Materials will outline why diversity is an indicator of Shankar Sankaran,Professor of Organisational ‘what were they thinking?’ or some more colourful corporate health, the importance of Project Management at the School of the Built iteration thereof. Very quickly we become critical Environment. reducing stress to foster inclusion and how and judgemental but is this always justified? By to integrate diversity into the workplace better understanding how the brain works, how it safety agenda. introduces additional risk and causes complacency, we can gain surprising insights and use this to develop practical strategies to drive better safety performance. 12.15 - Inclusive Leadership Cognitive bias & safety: How to think Safety 5i Workshop 12.45 pm clearly about risk Dr. Sarah Colley, Managing Director, Pockets of Fiona McIntosh, Partner, Human Capital, Anton Zytnik, Senior Health, Safety and Brilliance Deloitte Consulting Wellbeing Consultant, The Victorian Laura Graham, Registered psychologist and Manager Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Systems and Implementation, Pockets of Brilliance “Diversity is being invited to the party, inclusion is being invited to dance.” In this presentation, you will learn how cognitive The framework has been developed over 15-years Diversity is nothing without inclusive biases such as the availability heuristic, from researching and implementing an innovative leadership. Fiona will discuss the confirmation bias and selective perception impact human-focused process that change culture and importance of Inclusive Leadership, it’s six the way that we make critical safety decisions, enhance the health, safety, wellbeing and signature traits, and the 8 powerful truths particularly the way we perceive risk. engagement of people across industries. of Diversity & Inclusion. Most importantly, you will learn how to recognise This workshop contains a high-level overview of the these biases in yourself and others, and be given approach in an innovative and thought provoking practical recommendations about how you can application to safety which shifts the needle from communicate more effectively when you return to safety dogma to safety science. your workplace.
DAY 1 - WEDNESDAY 23 MAY 2018 12.45 - 1.30 pm Lunch Diversity in Leadership Neuroscience Theory Into Practice: Action Learning Session 3 | Meeting Room 218 Room: Meeting Room 219 Room: Meeting Room 220 1.30 - From the Boardroom to the Bench - The Biochemistry of Safety Interaction: Safety 5i Workshop 2.15 pm Building a Shared Language for How to effectively decrease resistance to Continued Safety Success the safety message Dr. Angelica Vecchio-Sadus, HSE Carl Tinsley, Applied Behavioural Safety Manager, CSIRO Manufacturing Specialist, Breaking Ground Dr. Sarah Colley, Managing Director, Pockets of Brilliance Laura Graham, Registered psychologist and Manager Company boards are becoming increasingly Trust versus distrust, and the importance these of Systems and Implementation, Pockets of Brilliance aware that safe work is good business. To conscious and unconscious processes have on the achieve a safety culture that goes beyond design of safety strategies and programmes. The compliance requires a shift from a rules- importance of Conversational IQ in building trust, based to a principles-based environment. and overcoming distrust, which results in safety The presentation draws on the experiences messages being adopted. The distinction between of the CSIRO, Australia’s largest and most the 3 facets of trust and how safety professionals diverse science agency, to demonstrate how should develop more than just their Capability to be a shared language from the boardroom to a driving force in an organisation. The concept of the bench has been developed and nurtured Conversation building Trust, Trust building Culture to enhance communication and collaboration and Culture building a Safe, Well, and Productive for improved worker safety. workforce. The importance of a Trust building programme in Mental Health and developing Organisational Wellness and Health. The importance of developing practical Conversational IQ skills for Safety Professionals. 2.15 - Nineteen Non-Safety Practices for The Neuroscience of Psychological Safety 5i Workshop Continued 3.00 pm Safety Better Safety Professionals Dr. Amanda Jones, Dr. Sarah Colley, Managing Director, Pockets of Andrew Barrett, Podcast Host & Chief Lead Biological Safety Advisor, University of Brilliance Connector, Safety on Tap Queensland Laura Graham, Registered psychologist and Manager of Systems and Implementation, Pockets of Brilliance
DAY 1 - WEDNESDAY 23 MAY 2018 We might have had enough. Enough health The concept of psychological safety has been and safety stuff, for health and safety around for some time and has been researched by professionals. Sure, we need to stay up to everyone from Google to Harvard and everywhere date, and ahead of trends and emerging in between! And as with everything what was once risks….but what we often miss out on are old, it is now new again. The difference this time – the few things from outside our field that will we know more about the brain and underlying help us have the greatest impact. In this mechanisms on how and why psychological safety energetic session you’re not just going to works. In this presentation, I will explain why this hear about non-safety practices to help you should be an important focus for us all. improve, you will witness them in action yourself. 3.00 - 3.30 pm Afternoon Tea Session 4 Room: Plenary 3 3.30 - 3.35 pm Board of Canadian Registered Safety Professionals (BCRSP) & SIA MOU Signing 3.35 - 4.35 pm Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games - WHS Considerations and Outcomes Stephen Woolger, Manager Health & Safety, Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games Corporation (GOLDOC) The Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games Corporation (GOLDOC) is committed to ensuring that GC2018 will be delivered in a safe manner that will protect all Workforce and Constituent Groups, and meet all applicable work health and safety (WHS) legislative requirements. GOLDOC has implemented a WHS framework for supporting all Workforce (staff, contractors and volunteers) and Constituent Groups (athletes, games family and spectators) to achieve this commitment, and will conduct robust planning and delivery leading up to, and during GC2018. This presentation will outline the background and preparations for staging GC2018 and the WHS considerations within this process, including the challenges and restrictions in the new legislative environment, and how this either succeeded or failed and the lessons that can be learned from such an experience. 4.35 - 4.45 pm Summary & Close Patrick Murphy, Chair, Safety Institute 6.00 - 10.00 pm Conference Dinner | MELBOURNE CONVENTION CENTRE (ROOMS 210 & 211)
SIA NATIONAL CONFERENCE PROGRAM - DAY 2 THURSDAY 24 MAY 2018 7.00 - 8.45 am CEO BREAKFAST | RIVERS EDGE MELBOURNE, LEVEL 1, 18/38 SIDDELEY STREET 8.00 am REGISTRATION | MELBOURNE CONVENTION CENTRE, PLENARY 3 FOYER Session 5 Room: Plenary 3 8.55 - 9.00 am Welcome Patrick Murphy, Chair, Safety Institute 9.00 - 9.50 am The Changing Nature Of Modern Workplaces, the implications for health and safety, and WorkSafe Victoria's strategy to respond Clare Amies, Chief Executive Officer, Worksafe VIC In her keynote address, Clare will examine the changing dynamics surrounding modern workplaces and the modern worker and how WorkSafe is responding through its transformational strategy - WorkSafe 2030. Clare will reveal the key strategic pillars of WorkSafe's long-term strategy and explain the pivotal role that prevention, partnerships and innovation will play in getting the best possible outcomes in workplace health and safety and return to work. 9.50 - 10.40 am Towards Australian Guidance on Work-related Psychological Health and Safety Dr. Peta Miller, Safe Work Australia, Strategic WHS Advisor The Guide describes a systematic approach to managing work-related psychological health and safety. It provides practical advice to help organisations eliminate psychosocial hazards and minimise psychological risks. This Guide also provides information about workers’ compensation and return to work including ‘intervening early’ and ‘supporting recovery’ following work-related psychological injury. Most elements of this systematic approach are required under work health and safety (WHS) or workers’ compensation laws in all Australian jurisdictions. The guide will provide clarity to organisations about what they can and should do under both WHS and WC legislation. It can and should be used in conjunction with existing guidance on bullying. This can then be complimented with optional workplace initiatives to support positive work-related mental health. 10.40 - 11.10 am Morning Tea Morning Tea Join the conversation at #sianatconf18
DAY 2 - THURSDAY 24 MAY 2018 Health & Wellbeing Safety Insights Theory Into Practice: Action Research Session 6 | Meeting Room 218 Room: Meeting Room 219 Room: Meeting Room 220 11.10 - Creating Your Dream Workplace What Does Learning From MSD Incidents International Best Practice in the 11.40 am Sally McMahon, Podcast Host, Look Like? Best Practice for Reporting Prevention of Illness and Disease in Fit for Work and Investigation Systems Tunneling & Construction Workers We spend more than half of our waking Dr. Natassia Goode Senior Research Fellow Kate Cole, Manager, Occupational Health & Organisational Safety Theme Leader, University of Hygiene, Sydney Metro, Transport for NSW life at work. It seems only natural to invest Sunshine Coast in making workplaces health havens so Alison Gembarovski, Principal Ergonomist and This paper will highlight international best practice in Manager of Ergonomics and Human Factors Unit, illness and disease prevention from the UK, USA, that people can love their work, body and WorkSafe Victoria life to perform better ALL round! Norway and Switzerland. Drawing from existing best There is now considerable evidence that Sit back as Sally takes you on a tour of practice frameworks, eight elements were reviewed musculoskeletal disorders (MSD) are caused by her dream workplace. Soak up a few well- to understand approaches taken internationally, multiple, interacting factors across the work system. informed ideas to get you started in which included Leadership, Engagement and To support appropriate prevention efforts, the creating YOUR dream workplace. Collaboration, Training and Awareness, Standards, systems set up to gather and analyse information Health in Design, Program Health Risk on MSDs therefore need to be underpinned by a Management, Targeted Health Risk Management, systems thinking approach. In practice, however, and Sustainability. This research was funded by the most incident reporting and investigation systems Winston Churchill Memorial Trust as part of a focus on the injured person and the immediate Winston Churchill Fellowship with the aim of context. As a result, the response to MSDs is often investigating practical best practice approaches to focused on training, or retraining, individuals. This ultimately preserve the health of the thousands of presentation describes a systems thinking Australians who work in the tunnelling industry. framework for reporting and investigating MSDs, which was developed based on the literature, current practice in Australian organisations, and the Victorian Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) legislation. 11.40 am - Don't give your work mates the Is this new generation of safety creating Teaming for safety Workshop 12.10 pm Sh!ts new risks by losing the knowledge and Dr. Sarah Colley, Managing Director, Pockets of lessons from previous generations? Brilliance Naomi Kemp, Founder, Laura Graham, Registered psychologist and Safe Expectations Matthew Skubis, Senior Consultant, Manager of Systems and Implementation, Pockets AusSAFE Consulting of Brilliance
DAY 2 - THURSDAY 24 MAY 2018 As high-level sports woman early in her In this current climate, where there is an appetite The ability to evolve is fundamental to the human safety career, Naomi suffered from a for change to the approaches in the management race. Successful evolution occurs not because of debilitating illness that developed after she of occupational health and safety, we are seeing a one great leader working alone, but because of the contracted an everyday infection from the shift in proposed methods for how to best manage combined efforts of a united team – a tribe. Join us workplace; Gastroenteritis (we all know occupational health and safety. We agree there to explore the psychology behind brilliant, high- what that is!). has been an over saturation of paperwork which performing teams and how we can engage our has led some to pose the idea of removing people more effectively to drive safety evolution. In this presentation, Naomi discusses that systems and procedures from use in managing Safe Work Australia admits diseases are risks. But are we introducing new risks in doing significantly under-represented in workers’ so? Are we introducing new risks such as a lack compensation statistics. She provides the of knowledge and understanding as to why audience with evidence-based research procedures outlining key requirements that were into managing workplace illnesses and originally based on investigation or incident post-illness rehabilitation. findings. 12.10 - Wellbeing in the Workplace Dropping the Ball on Black Lung Teaming for Safety Workshop Continued 12.40 pm Dr Page Williams, Director, Paige Peter Tight Principal Consultant and Dr. Sarah Colley, Managing Director, Pockets of Williams Consultancy Services Director, Tight Consulting Brilliance Laura Graham, Registered psychologist and Developing healthy workplaces requires When news broke in in the media late in 2015 Manager of Systems and Implementation, Pockets of Brilliance change – a change in mindset, culture and that a Queensland underground coal miner had practice. In more than 15 years as a senior been definitively diagnosed with coal Miners executive working in a range of industries, “black lung” or pneumoconiosis, it sent shock I have too often seen the impact of change waves through the Australian mining industry as not done well – goals not reached, people well as state and Federal Governments, as this disengaged, and culture damaged beyond terrible occupational disease had not been seen repair. for sixty years. Since the initial announcement Too often change is seen as complex and over twenty cases have now been confirmed in hard. I believe there is a better way to do Qld and in NSW underground and open cut coal change. Drawing from the fields of positive miners. psychology, neuroscience and my own research, I explain an approach to change that is simple and straightforward.
DAY 2 - THURSDAY 24 MAY 2018 My unique, Inside-out Outside-in model Is the re emergence of black lung an isolated provides a clear framework to scaffold incidence or is there also potential for the re - your change thinking and leverage your emergence or escalation of other work - related change efforts to create impact that sticks. disease to occur in Australia, in conjunction with Whether you want to create change in new and emerging illnesses currently not receiving your professional practice, the way your the attention they deserve? team works or your whole organization, this framework will help you take impactful strategic action to achieve your change goals. 12.40 - 2.00 pm Lunch Health & Wellbeing Safety Insights Theory Into Practice: Action Research Session 7 | Meeting Room 218 Room: Meeting Room 219 Room: Meeting Room 220 2.00 - Prevention, Not Cure: 2.00 - Taking the Lead on OHS Teaming for Safety Workshop Continued 3.00 pm Effective Psychosocial Risk 2.30 pm Chantelle McEnallay Chief Risk Officer, Dr. Sarah Colley, Managing Director, Pockets of Mangement Ramsay Health Care Brilliance Dr Rebecca Michalak, Principal Laura Graham, Registered psychologist and Consultant, Psychsafe (QLD) Ramsay Health Care has established Manager of Systems and Implementation, Pockets proven OHS metrics which are considered of Brilliance Physical injury and disease claims continue to be Industry leading. Within this to decline in number and severity. However, presentation Chanelle McEnallay will despite a tightened (twice-over) causal discuss the key OHS strategies which have connection test, high levels of stigma, and a enabled Ramsay Health to navigate major plethora of other barriers, a decade plus of OHS risks and challenges to take the lead data shows psychological / psychiatric injury on industry safety outcomes. claims are on the rise. Over the same time period, the top two casual mechanisms – namely bullying and harassment, and work 2.30 - Using Safety Training to Inspire pressure – have been unchanged; each 3.00 pm Change responsible for approximately four-fold the Dr Marilyn Hubner, Managing Director, number of injuries by any other causal BuildUp Research mechanism.
DAY 2 - THURSDAY 24 MAY 2018 Continued failure to proactively address Have you sat through training that tries to work-related psychosocial risks underpins inspire change, but ends up putting you to this concerning claim trend. Where present, sleep? Have you experienced current risk management efforts focus training that consists of facilitators talking to erroneously on the individual worker as “the the boring PowerPoints? Have you spent problem”, with mindfulness and resilience hours developing a presentation only to find training “the answer.” However, recent the participants don’t engage? Have you research demonstrates once a work-related had enough of boring safety training? psychosocial risk exposure has occurred, If the answer is yes then this session is for post-exposure coping efforts fail to reduce you! what is a direct, significant, and negative impact on employee psychological and This presentation will introduce the psychosomatic health wellbeing. Claims principles of SAFE Training™ that can and research data clearly indicate the provide safety professionals with a prevailing reliance on a post-exposure to research supported and simple technique risk, “rescue management” approach is not for the development and delivery of safety working, because the damage is already training programs and sessions. done. In other words, effective psychosocial risk management is a case of prevention, not cure. 3.00 - Building Physical Resilience in Sliding Doors - The Paths of a Young Teaming for Safety Workshop Continued 3.30 pm an ageing workforce - reducing Safety Professional Dr. Sarah Colley, Managing Director, Pockets of injuries, improving wellbeing and Brilliance promoting career longevity Tim Allred, Andrew Barrett, Naomi Kemp & Wade Needham, YSP Network Leaders Laura Graham, Registered psychologist and Manager of Systems and Implementation, Pockets Terry Wong, General Manager, of Brilliance Move 4 Life The National YSP Network leaders join together to This presentation will map out ways explore their different paths as young safety specific strategies companies can apply in professionals in parallel time-lines. In an entertaining building the physical resilience of their and artistic display, the YSP’s will share their employees and provide some immediate, experiences, challenges and goals for the future. practical value for all participants that they can take away and apply in their own lives.
DAY 2 - THURSDAY 24 MAY 2018 Given the clear link between physical They will challenge the audience to reflect on their resilience in ageing workers and mental own experiences and how they can mentor the health, this is a critical topic for all safety future safety leaders. and human resources professionals. The mental health of ageing workers is significantly affected if they are dragging themselves to work in physically demanding roles, as their bodies ache, knowing they may have another 10 or 15 years to go. As one Head of Safety says: “we can’t retrain them all into accounts payable roles; we have to help them to be capable of working in these physically demanding roles”. 3.30 - 4.00 pm Afternoon Tea Session 8 Room: Plenary 3 4.00 - 5.00 pm From Mastery To Artistry- A Qualitative Approach to 21st Century Leadership Mykel Dixon, Author, Creative Advisor and Executive Mentor, Mykel Dixon Pty Ltd Every presentation is customised to drive maximum impact and his use of live music, spoken word, visual storytelling and audience participation gives him an unmistakable edge. Mykel Dixon is the not-so-secret weapon for conference organisers looking to inspire fresh, innovative thinking. His live learning experiences unite teams, ignite creativity and equip audiences with the skills to solve complex 21st century business challenges. 5.00 - 5.10 pm Summary & Close Patrick Murphy, Chair, Safety Institute
You can also read
Next slide ... Cancel