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A session at The 2nd Annual National Driver Fatigue Risk Management Conference 2013

Tuesday 18th June, 2013

8:30am to 5:30pm (EST)

18 & 19 June 2013
Rendezvous Hotel, Melbourne

A Risk-Based Approach to Achieving Fatigue Management Maturity, Safety System Compliance and Fostering a Zero Harm Culture
Liquid Learning is delighted to present The 2nd Annual Driver Fatigue Risk Management Conference 2013, a proven platform offering the latest and greatest technology and expert insights for Safety and Logistics professionals across all areas of driver fatigue involving public and commercial industries.

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•Enhancing Fatigue Monitoring through Innovative Technologies
•Managing emerging regulatory and compliance issues
•Applying Behavioural and Systematic Strategies to Manage Driver Fatigue
•Innovative Solutions to Safeguard Employees and Other Road Users

Edward O’Donohue MLC Parliamentary Secretary for Transport
Parliament of Victoria

James Dixon General Manager, Transportation - Post Operations Network
Australia Post

Peter MacKenzie East Coast Compliance Manager

Mark Williams Chief Executive Officer
Sutherlands Transport

Shane Falkiner Head of Safety and Compliance
Scott Group of Companies

Fred Hill National Safety and Compliance Manager
McColls Transport

Phil Amos National Manager – Direct Sales

Marcus Burke Manager, Policy (Compliance and Technology)
National Transport Commission

Joe Calafiore Head of Community Relations
Transport Accident Commission

Robert Hill Assistant Commissioner
Victoria Police

Dr Claire Marrison Manager, Safety Systems, Risk and Analysis
Airservices Australia

Dr Julia Irwin Director of Undergraduate Studies, Department of Psychology
Macquarie University

Ian Faulks Partner
Safety and Policy Analysis International
Honorary Associate Department of Psychology
Macquarie University

Professor Mary Lydon Director, Centre for Automotive Safety Research
The University of Adelaide

Chris Zichy-Woinarski General Manager of Health and Safety
TNT Express

Jeremy Wolter Manager, Legislation and Compliance
National Transport Commission

David Kirsanovs National Compliance Manager
Qantas Road Express

Jarrad Jeffs Station Officer, Officer In Charge, Driver Training and Accident Investigation Department
Metropolitan Fire Brigade

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This event is proudly supported by:
National Safety Council of Australia (NSCA)

Australian Driver Training Association (ADTA)

Safety in Australia

Driver fatigue has been a concern for many organisations spanning many industries. The risks involved can be a financial and reputational mess with just one slip up. This is why the ‘Zero Harm’ strategy, focused on both culture and compliance has been the favoured direction for many reputable organisations. By addressing the behavioural and systematic strategies that allow them to surpass deadlines and productivity goals, leading organisations empower their employees with the means to stay healthy, safe and happy.

The 2nd Annual Driver fatigue risk Management Conference 2013 will provide unique insight into innovative new behavioural and systematic solutions from pioneers and top organisations who strive for Zero Harm. Content is delivered through focused case studies and expert commentaries on new and advanced strategies for successful fatigue management. The conference will not only demonstrate the innovative solutions of top safety organisations, but also allow delegates to consider the application of these within their organisations’ context.

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To request more information or book your place at this practical event, contact Liquid Learning:
Email: marketing@liquidlearning.com.au or visit our website: www.liquidlearning.com.au
Phone: +61 2 8239 9700, Fax: +61 2 8239 9777.

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Time 8:30am5:30pm EST

Date Tue 18th June 2013

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