Being daring with your business means managing the risks
The EMA’s 22nd annual Health and Safety Conference will give you the opportunity to review your organisation-wide performance and give you the tools and industry know-how to reinforce your safety nets.
Our Ringmaster will lead a fantastic line-up of speakers who will be exploring key ideas:
- Safety Leadership – Action, not words – Transforming your safety culture from governance to the shop floor
- Steps to a healthy and successful business – Building a mentally fit workplace
- Communication in the culturally diverse Kiwi workplace – Strategies for keeping your health and safety messages clear
- Keeping out of Crisis – Plan for emergencies and evacuations – Training to be prepared
- How to manage travelling 100,000 miles a month safely – AirNZ protocols to manage critical risks
- Creating Safety’s Crystal Ball – Safety analytics to prevent accidents
- The Psychology of a “Happy Ending” – Why people feel the way they do about health and safety in the workplace
Effective leadership, training and robust systems all enable operation at a high level of performance while ensuring risk is managed and safety nets are in place. If you are a business leader, manager, supervisor, HR or health and safety professional don’t miss this opportunity to gain insights from case studies and industry experts.
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HEALTH AND SAFETY EXPO HOLDERS OPPORTUNITY
Do you have a unique solution, want to showcase your latest technology, health and safety innovations; or would like a chance to get in front of key influencers from a wide range of New Zealand businesses?
Joining us as an exhibitor at EMA’s 22nd Annual Health and Safety Conference will be a sound business investment. You will benefit from networking with like-minded professionals face-to-face, gain insight into where these businesses are heading and have the opportunity to present to them the tools to succeed.
Place your business ahead of the curve – contact us about exhibiting at EMA’s Health and Safety Conference 2018:
Health and Safety Training & Events Coordinator at EMA
email@example.com or call 09 367 0965
Pāmu, New Zealand’s largest farming company, has transformed its safety culture following tragedy. Steven will share how they shifted their attitude towards health and safety and have become one of the strongest safety cultures in the country.
Phil will outline WorkSafe’s priorities and approach of the health and safety system’s measureable improvement in performance.
Cynthia will map out proven ways to build a mentally fit workplace.
- Create positive teams
- Build energising networks
- Create meaning in people’s work
- Help people develop their best selves
- Emergency Management – which disaster, which plan and how you need to be ready
- Planning and Preparation – from first response to ongoing crisis
- When things aren’t business as usual and you need them to be –
Business Continuity during crisis
- Getting your people ready – Training to be prepared
In this session Logan will offer insights into how current technology trends could support safer and healthier workplaces, in the not too distant future.
- Technologies hidden behind acronyms, VR, AR, AI , IOT and it’s potential for developing practical tools
- How this technologies could improve workers life, management and H&S professionals alike
- Actual technology trends and their current commercial applications
- Case study how this technology could and should be used to support health and safety
The roadmap of an enforceable undertaking can be complex. We are bringing you a true account from the horse’s mouth which will tell you how an enforceable undertaking works in reality and what views need to be considered.
EMA OH&S trainer choice award recognises the effort and contribution by an EMA member to further their knowledge in the field of health and safety. This award commemorates trainer and EMA consultant Patrick Seaman who passed away June 2015.
- Defining what GPS device best fit your risk
- Key components to choosing the right solution
- Implementation for long term success
- Case study examples – project successes and failures
- Best practice for managing the risks with hazardous substances.
- What does a practical risk management approach to hazardous substances look like
- When does the Regulations become a good practice guideline
- How to make SDS more understandable for your workers
- Competency for workers – Getting your teams up to play and how to keep them on track
- Taking charge of critical risks – defining and tracking your responsibilities
- Our protocols everyday – how to manage expectations and ensure they are embedded into everyday procedures
- Developing solutions to ensure the safety of our staff and passengers as an integral part of our culture and engagement
- Developing a High Performance and engagement (HPE) culture focused on collaboration with unions and employees
Balancing your approach to health and safety and bridging WorkSafeNZ’s new guidance and global best practice from major clients across multiple industries in New Zealand.
Attempting to unravel the H&S circus as ACC and WorkSafe NZ reduce their involvement in defining the NZ H&S landscape for business.
- From then till now: The progression and development of H&S management systems
- The impact discontinuing WSMP is having on the market
- Where to from here? – Telarc’s view on where the H&S management landscape will evolve too
A legal, but real world, explanation of what it takes to manage applications for an Enforceable Undertaking.
- Why you might want to do it …and why you might be hesitant to do it.
- The legal point of view of taking applications for an EU.
- Examples of some of the legal and the defence issues to “juggle” when an application for an “EU” is on the cards.
- Language, barriers and risk – keeping new migrant employees safe, and the strategies for keeping your message clear
- Recognise how Kiwi work culture and communication is different (and often difficult) for newcomers
- Gain insight into the work styles of specific cultures
- Communicate your health and safety messages more effectively with newcomer staff
- Safety analytics – what are they, what to collect and what they mean for me
- Data, interventions and discovering risk in your business
- Analytics in action – Examples of how analytics have and can be used in Safety
- Where to from here? – Laying the groundwork for a data rich future
It’s a balancing act keeping visitors, staff and animals healthy and safe while offering immersive and dynamic exhibits and experiences. It’s in their DNA – Niki Walker will talk about how health and safety is entrenched in everything they do at the Zoo from training their staff, caring for their animals to exhibit design.
Nigel will explain why people feel the way they so often do about Health and Safety. It should be the easiest sell in the world, but often it’s the hardest. This can be a little disheartening when your only intent is to actually look out for the wellbeing of those around you. The good news is that there is a way forward, and it has a lot to do with understanding how to turn the shortcomings of our stone aged brains to our advantage.
The show doesn’t stop at the conference.
At nib, we’re all about great partnerships. We support EMA as we understand that health insurance is an employee benefit of real value and great attraction. We’ll work with you to communicate the true extent of this value to your team. So, get in contact with us and let us amaze you.