Australian Wind Construction Safety Conference 2022 will be staged on May 19th 2022 and is designed to assist the renewables, construction, engineering and services sector in the planning and implementation of major projects.
A boom in wind and renewable energy construction is set to take place as projects commence growing exponentially across Australia over the next decade where many indigenous and regional workers have the potential to benefit however, a comprehensive culture of safety is critical from the outset as is the commitment from government and industry to sponsor meaningful employment and training pathways.
The Australian Wind Construction Safety Conference aims to assist the renewables, construction, engineering, and services sector in the planning and implementation of major projects. Facilitated by industry leaders with shared objectives and values on industry safety, training, and community engagement, the intention of the conference is to start the conversation and establish benchmarked safety standards whilst creating training and employment pathways for regional and indigenous workers.
Delivered via live virtual video streaming on May 19th 2022, the conference will enable you to connect, engage, network, and have live face to face group and one on one discussions, the objective of the Australian Wind Construction Safety Conference is to promote industry awareness and the relationship safety performance holds with the key elements of project H&S frameworks.
The Australian Wind Construction Collective
The Australian Wind Construction Collective is a collaboration of industry leaders participating in Yaamagara – an Australian Wind Construction Collective initiative established under the shared objective of building resilience into remote projects and establishing baseline in safety performance whilst creating a training pathway for regional and indigenous workers.
With Yaamagara phase 1 complete, the Australian Wind Construction Collective was formalised by Risk Services Australia in collaboration with Wright Training and Aboriginal Insights to fund the Australian Wind Construction Safety Conference 2022 – a conference designed to promote industry awareness of the performance in wind construction and to support tangible positive outcomes in training and employment.
Conference Participants & Keynote Speakers
Introduction An Australian story, a shared path – James Thomas Director, Risk Services Australia.
Industry performance in working remotely – Pierre DeVilliers ex Director HSSE, Engie Asia Pacific, Global HSE Director, ALE Heavy Lift.
Cultural Values, Australian Values – Jolleen Hicks Director, Aboriginal Insights.
Australian Values, Project Values; leading strategy, leading industry practices. = James Thomas Director, Risk Services Australia,
The Training in Turbine
Industry performance in training needs analysis of turbine access, and rescue planning: – Claire Wright Director, Wright Training.
The cost of complacency
The social cost of corporate complacency and societal solutions: – Patrizia Cassaniti, Founder of the Touched by Christopher Foundation,
Contractor success in regional and indigenous communities: – Ramone Close Director Goori.
Projects performance in community engagement- Peter Remfrey CEO Tarntipi Group of companies.
The Leadership headspace
Leadership performance under pressure: Presented by Anton Guinea. Anton Guinea, The Guinea Group.
For more information on the Australian Wind Construction Safety Conference visit https://www.connectingindustry.com.a