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2019 Defence Innovation Hub Annual Industry Conference

Date: November 2019 - Monday 4 November 2019
Location: Hotel Realm, Canberra ,

Defence and Industry stakeholders are invited to hear from senior Defence leaders as they discuss future opportunities and challenges for defence industry innovation at the 2019 Defence Innovation Hub Annual Industry Conference.

The Defence Innovation Hub works closely with businesses across the country to help turn their good ideas into advanced capabilities. To date, the Defence Innovation Hub has invested in innovative proposals from more than 70 Australian businesses, including many micro, small and medium-sized enterprises.

The Defence Innovation Hub Annual Industry Conference provides an opportunity for representatives from industry and defence to learn more about Defence’s capability needs and priorities, as well as hear broader perspectives on Defence, Industry, and Innovation.

This year's conference will be opened by the Hon Melissa Price MP, Minister for Defence Industry.

The conference is targeted at Australian defence industry and innovation sectors. Defence and Government employees are also welcome, but places will be limited.

Date: Monday 25 - Monday 25 November 2019
Location: AMC Jakovich Function Centre, WA
Naval Ship Management are delighted to invite you to a powerful and compelling Health and Safety presentation with Louise Taggart and Garry Claxton. Together, their experiences remind us why workplace safety is so important and how a focus on training and raising awareness can help not only to reduce injury, but more importantly save lives. About the guest speakers: Louise Taggart, an internationally recognised Workplace Safety speaker will share her brothers’ story, who died from a workplace accident. Michael, an experienced electrician, died on 4 August 2005 as the result of an electrical incident at work. Louise outlines what went wrong and the inquiry findings, but most importantly the impact it has had on Michael’s friends and family. Garry Claxton, Special Counsel and Senior Law Lecturer from Fides Safety Management, will take us through the legal side of the WHSE Act and possible repercussions if we do not ensure a Duty of Care through demonstrated Safe Working Practices.
Date: Wednesday 20 - Thursday 21 November 2019
Location: Portside Conference Centre, Sydney
Naval Ship Management are delighted to invite you to a powerful and compelling Health and Safety presentation with Louise Taggart and Garry Claxton. Together, their experiences remind us why workplace safety is so important and how a focus on training and raising awareness can help not only to reduce injury, but more importantly save lives. About the guest speakers: Louise Taggart, an internationally recognised Workplace Safety speaker will share her brothers’ story, who died from a workplace accident. Michael, an experienced electrician, died on 4 August 2005 as the result of an electrical incident at work. Louise outlines what went wrong and the inquiry findings, but most importantly the impact it has had on Michael’s friends and family. Garry Claxton, Special Counsel and Senior Law Lecturer from Fides Safety Management, will take us through the legal side of the WHSE Act and possible repercussions if we do not ensure a Duty of Care through demonstrated Safe Working Practices.
Date: Tuesday 3 - Tuesday 3 December 2019
Location: Portside Conference Centre, Sydney
Textron Systems, Bell Helicopters and BAE are looking at a number of UAS Defence Projects, and have prepared a roadshow across Australia in search of potential partners in the supply chain. The programs they are bidding for are: LAND 129 Phase 3 – Shadow 200 TUAS replacement LAND 4503 – ARH replacement SEA 129 Phase 5 – Maritime TUAS The event will consist of an hour of presentations by Textron, BAE and Bell, followed by an hour of networking.
Date: Wednesday 13 - Wednesday 13 November 2019
Location: Department of State Growth, Tasmania
Thales Australia recognises the essential role that close collaborative relationships with our local and global suppliers play in the future success of our business and in the development of innovative Defence capability for our customers. Strong engagement with customers, SME suppliers and research institutions combined with technology transfer from our global business enables Thales to tailor high quality solutions for Australian and export markets. In collaboration with the Department of State Growth, Tasmania, Thales Australia invite you to attend an Industry Engagement Seminar to learn about and hear from our business Leaders on forthcoming engagement opportunities.
Date: Monday 4 - Monday 4 November 2019
Location: The Hills Shire Council, NSW
  Register to attend and hear about the programs, grants, opportunities and services the NSW Defence Innovation Network (DIN) provides to the small business community across NSW. In addition, hear about: DIN’s Seed Project Grant for small businesses, now open for applications.DIN-APR Intern Vouchers - funding of PhD students’ expert in relevant fields for small business's projects) You will also hear from the Australian Industry & Defence Network (AIDN) and how they assist small business engage with Defence’s Australian Industry Capability (AIC) and Global Supply Chain (GSC) programs to support members in securing long-term sustainable work in the domestic and global defence markets.

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