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WA Transport Works Safety Forum

  • 8 Jun 2022
  • 8:30 AM - 2:45 PM
  • Perth Convention & Exhibition Centre - Level 2, River View Room 5

JUNE 8, 2022 | 8:30am - 2:45pm

@Perth Convention & Exhibition Centre - Level 2, River View Room 5


The WA Transport Works Safety Forum will bring together like-minded infrastructure delivery and safety professionals to share and learn information on new developments and best practice in safely managing road and rail projects in Western Australia.

Our presenters and panellists are all leaders in their fields and keen to share their expertise and experiences, with the shared goal of raising the bar in workplace health and safety on WA transport projects.

The WA Transport Works Safety Forum is a must-attend event for all professionals interested in improving safety in the design and delivery of transport infrastructure in our state.

Registrations are only $59.00 (ex GST) per attendee. This includes admission to the conference, morning tea and lunch.

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ORDER OF PROCEEDINGS*

 

Official Welcome

Peter Woronzow, Director General of the Department of Transport for Western Australia

Innovation in the Traffic Management Sector

Max Line, WA Chair - Traffic Management Association of Australia. 

Modern Traffic Control

Stephen O'Dwyer, Board Member - Traffic Management Association of Australia

A snapshot of the Traffic Management industry today and what it is likely to look like in the next few years.

Main Roads' perspective on current initiatives

Gareth Peers, Road Safety Policy Coordinator - Main Roads WA

An overview of the recent updates to the Traffic Management for Works on Roads Code of Practice and upcoming initiatives in temporary traffic management.

Panel discussion/Q&A - The way forward for temporary traffic management

Max Line - TMAA
Stephen O'Dwyer - TMAA
Gareth Peers - Main Roads
Maria Drysdale, Main Roads Rural Network Operations Manager

  Morning Tea

How connection drives safety outcomes

Lara Ellson, Associate, Strategic Growth - Aurecon

Engaged employees who have meaningful work, quality connections and an opportunity to have their opinions heard have better safety outcomes than disengaged teams. Lara will share practical ways that line managers and colleagues can improve connection on any project and how this creates the link to improved mental health outcomes, high performing teams and excellent project delivery.



Are they really okay? Supporting mental health at work

Dylan Ogilvie, General Manager of Operations - Melchor Construction

Good mental health at work and good management go hand in hand. When we create workplace cultures where people can be themselves, it is easier for people to speak about mental health concerns without fear and reach out for help when they need it.


Lunch

Regional Road Safety Initiative – Scoping to maximise the safety impact

Brett Belstead, Director Network Management, Main Roads WA

Main Roads WA's Rural Road Safety Improvement Program is aimed at cost effective crash reduction by sealing shoulders and applying audible edge and centre lines. This presentation explains why this scope has been adopted and what is the expected impact on crash numbers.


Safety Step Change – Leadership, Communication and Collaboration

Brian Ross, Operations Manager, Infrastructure Projects - Downer Group

Learning from previous experiences and applying lessons to our delivery strategy is paramount in achieving our goal of Zero Harm. Downer successfully developed strategies and actions from previous experiences across various projects and delivered a remarkable achievement during the major '20 Day Blockade', Dec 2021 – Jan 2022, in the middle of the Kwinana Freeway.


Panel discussion/Q&A - Delivering an accelerated program in a resource constrained market

Brian Ross - Downer Group
Sarah Iwaniw - Aurecon
Anton Piccinin - Rob Carr 
Craig Hyde - Servicestream


*Subject to change

Brought to you by Main Roads WA, Public Transport Authority and CCF WA, with support from Business Events Perth.




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