2019 Conference Presentations

The recordings of these presentations is proudly sponsored by Simtars

Milestones in Safety – Fatigue Management in Action

The aim of the Workshop is to provide an interactive forum where approaches to fatigue management may be discussed with experts and peers, with participants having the opportunity to take part in a fatigue risk assessment exercise.

The Workshop will be led by:

Prof. Naomi Rogers
Specialist Fatigue Consultant, Naomi Rogers Fatigue Consulting

John Tate
Barrister, Crown Law

Katie Harrold
Health, Safety and Emergency Management Advisor, Dalrymple Bay Coal Terminal Pty Ltd

Industry Representatives from the Mine Inspectorate, Management and Workforce

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