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Security & Safety Conference

Date: June 2016 - Friday 3 June 2016
Location: Swissotel , Australia

The program featured case studies from national campuses and student security services, about strategies implemented in tertiary Institutions across the country.

 

Program highlights from 2015 included:

  • Students safety on campus in Australia
  • Addressing Non-Suicidal Self-Injury (NSSI) on Campus
  • Important role of Security Services in helping to manage complex and varied students at risk cases
  • Campus Security Issues: Invisible Ink and Academic Transcripts
  • Security in Student Accommodation
  • Operating electronic equipment for campus security
  • Dealing with conflict or aggression in campus
  • Aligning security services with organisational plans
  • Emergency management
  • OHS and campus safety
  • Terrorism threat level to Australian education institutions
Date: Tuesday 1 - Thursday 3 September 2020
Location: Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre
CIVSEC 2020 will facilitate discourse in the development of national and international responses to these regional civil emergencies across the fields of humanitarian assistance and disaster relief, critical infrastructure protection and cyber resilience.
Date: Wednesday 11 - Thursday 12 March 2020
Location: Realm Hotel, Canberra
The 2020 conference is expected to feature keynote presentations from prominent Defence and industry guest speakers, and include outlines of the technological challenges and priorities across the defence and national security sectors.
Date: Thursday 26 - Thursday 26 March 2020
Location: Four Seasons Hotel, Sydney
For the first time in Australia, Space Connect has created an awards program initiative that will showcase the nation’s best and brightest space businesses and professionals. Recognising the leading individuals and businesses driving the development of Australia’s space economy, the Australian Space Awards universally acknowledges all space industry stakeholders — from the major listed organisations and corporates servicing Australia’s space economy to SMEs, start-ups, academic institutions and associations. The awards are open to all businesses operating in Australia supporting the space industry, including telecommunications, satellite, energy, mining and transport sectors as well as the defence, agriculture, disaster and water management industries. Winning a Space Award will be a desirable accolade for both individuals and businesses seeking to forge their role in the space industry.
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.

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