Programme

The programme is subject to change without notice. Last updated 29-08-2018.

WEDNESDAY, 5 SEPTEMBER 2018

4.00pm

Registration open
Te Marae (Level 4)
5.30pm - 7.30pmPowhiri and welcome function 
Te Marae & Signs of a Nation
Official opening by the Minister for Workplace Relations and Safety the Hon. Iain Lees-Galloway, followed by light refreshments

THURSDAY, 6 SEPTEMBER 2018
8.00am Registration open/arrival tea & coffee
Oceania
9.00am Conference opening
Amokura
Conference MC - Peter Biggs

9.15am

Keynote 1 – Challenge, change and stay curious – the future of health and safety
Dr John Green, Safety II expert and Director HSE for the Battersea Power Station Development (UK)
Amokura

Sponsored by the Business Leaders’ Health & Safety Forum

10.00amKeynote 2 – Mental health – a competitive advantage

Geoff McDonald, Mental health champion and Former Global Vice President HR Unilever (UK)
Amokura


10.45am Morning tea
Oceania
11.15amConcurrent session 1

Culture

Session 1A - Amokura
Generative or bust: operationalising Hudson's safety culture model
Michelle Riley, Manager, Safe People And Culture, Melbourne Water

Capability

Session 1B - Rangimarie 1
Why a physically intelligent workforce matters.  Understanding what it takes for manual handling training to change individuals' movement habits
Katie Croft, Physiotherapist, Provention

Collaboration

Session 1C - Rangimarie 2
What other industries can learn from forestry's experience of creating an industry-wide contractor certification scheme
Fiona Ewing, National Safety Director, Forest Industry Safety Council

Mixed

Session 1D - Rangimarie 3
How ACC is helping you create healthier and safer workplaces
Paul Gimblett, Head of Workplace Safety and Levies, ACC

11.55amMove between sessions                                                                                            
12.00pmConcurrent session 2                                                                                               

Culture

Session 2A - Rangimarie 2
SafePlus: a conversation about how it happens and why it’s different to a health and safety audit
Jennie Gianotti, Manager Education Development  Guidance and Education Development, WorkSafe New Zealand

Capability

Session 2B - Amokura
Understanding psychological distress in New Zealand workplaces - raising the bar of knowledge and practice
Jeremy Robertson, Principal, Research and Development, Umbrella Ltd

Collaboration

Session 2C - Rangimarie 3
An introduction to health risk assessment
Jessica Clout, Occupational Health and Safety Consultant /Occupational Health Nurse, Working For Health

Mixed

Session 2D - Rangimarie 1
The untapped potential of safety analytics
Chris Alderson and Phil Bolton, Director, PwC, and  Director in Analytics Practice, PwC Melbourne

12.40pmLunch
Oceania
1.40pmMasterclasses
Masterclass 1 Dr John Green                      Masterclass 2 Geoff McDonald
Amokura                                                      Rangimarie 1
2.25pmMove between sessions
2.30pmConcurrent session 3

Culture

Session 3A - Amokura
Maturity, strategic levers and behaviour: integrating three models to build a plan for health and safety culture development
Dan Davis, H&S Specialist, Impac Services Ltd

Capability

Session 3B - Rangimarie 2
Rise of the drones -  managing the risks associated with remotely piloted aircraft systems
Nan Austin, H&S Manager, University of Waikato

Collaboration

Session 3C - Rangimarie 1
Learning from incidents using duty holder reviews
Neil Mookerjee, Duty Holder Review Manager, WorkSafe New Zealand

Mixed

Session 3D - Rangimarie 3
Working with the HASANZ Register
Vic Tyler, Business Manager, HASANZ

3.10pmMove between sessions
3.15pmConcurrent session 4

Culture

Session 4A - Rangimarie 3
Programme change
2018 University Safety & Health Association (UK) Conference report: “Without health and safety there is no wellbeing”
Andrea McMillan, Head, Health & Safety Compliance, University of Otago

Capability

Session 4B - Rangimarie 2
Handling explosive emotions: proactive H&S interventions for dealing with workplace emotions: raising the bar with practical emotional intelligence training John Faisandier, Managing Director, Thriving Under Fire

Collaboration

Session 4C - Amokura
Impact of stress, fatigue and organisational uncertainty on workforce wellness and safety
Moazzim Zaidi, Consultant Occupational Medicine, Johns Hopkins Aramco Health

Mixed

Session 4D - Rangimarie 1

The future of a health and safety professional
Greg Lazzaro, Fonterra

3.55pmAfternoon Tea
Oceania
7.00pm - LateConference dinner & dance at Mac's Function Centre
Join us for a fun night at a harbourside dinner and dance with popular covers band Mojo


FRIDAY, 7 SEPTEMBER 2018

8.00am

Registration open/arrival tea & coffee
Oceania

9.00amKeynote 4 – Strengthening the pillar of worker engagement and participation
Richard Wagstaff, President, New Zealand Council of Trade Unions (NZ)
Amokura
9.45amKeynote 5 – What height do we set the bar at?

Phil Parkes, Chief Operating Officer, WorkSafe New Zealand (NZ)
Amokura

10.30amMorning Tea
Oceania

11.00amConcurrent session 5

Culture

Session 5A - Rangimarie 1
Beyond the barriers and busting the myths of safety in design – learn how NZ is poised to lead the way and what you need to do
Wendi Croft, EHS Manager, Fletcher Building

Capability

Session 5B - Amokura
Board reporting or bored reporting - putting safety in focus
Toby Beaglehole, CEO, NZ Oil Services Ltd

Collaboration

Session 5C - Rangimarie 3

An update on the Health and Safety at Work Strategy 2018-2028
Juliana Johnson, MBIE and Ketan Chandu, WorkSafe

Mixed

Session 5D - Rangimarie 2
Whole body vibration
Jennie Kuzman and Kerry Cheung, Health & Safety Manager, Hastings District Council, and Occupational Hygienist

11.40amMove between sessions
11.45amConcurrent session 6

Culture

Session 6A - Rangimarie 1
Culture through collaboration – sharing the “Good Yarn” programme to promote mental wellbeing
Dana Carver,Chair, Good Programmes Trust

Capability

Session 6B - Rangimarie 2
Unlocking the latent value of hazard data, for the purpose of preventative safety - case study. 
Clint Van Marrewijk, Managing Director, SaferMe

Collaboration

Session 6C - Rangiemarie 3
Collaborating to build safety into the supply chain
Andrew Confait, Health and Safety Advisor, Site Safe

Mixed

Session 6D - Amokura
Putting the 'health' back in health and safety: a legal perspective
Greg Cain, Partner, Kensington Swan

CPD points

Attendance at HASANZ CONFERENCE 2018 may earn CPD points – please check with your association or employer.