Free workshops on the new WHS laws
Sessions are now fully booked. There will be further sessions later in the year.
You are invited to attend WorkSafe Tasmania's free workshops, which will be held throughout the state during 2012.
These workshops provide a comprehensive overview of the new nationally harmonised WHS laws and will cover
- key aspects of the new Act and Regulations
- what these changes mean for Tasmanian businesses and workers
- how businesses and workers can prepare for the new laws.
This is your opportunity to get the right information and to ask the regulator any questions you might have.
Neale Buchanan is the Director, Operations for Workplace Standards Tasmania and manages the workplace inspection, helpline and prosecution functions. He has worked in senior HR and operational positions in the private sector. Neale was the Tasmanian government representative on the national Strategic Issues Group that developed the model Work Health and Safety Act.
Phillip John is a former senior inspector and has worked in work health and safety for more than 25 years where he was involved in 26 fatality investigations. Phillip now manages the WorkCover Work Health and Safety Advisory Service, a program that offers free advice to businesses needing assistance in meeting the work health and safety obligations.
Who should attend
Anyone seeking information about the new laws, including
- Business owners
- Safety managers
All sessions are 12-4pm and lunch is provided.
- Devonport Waterfront Function Centre - 1 March
- Launceston Tramsheds - 2 March
- Hobart Function and Conference Centre - 5 March
30 Gordons Hill Road
Reception hours: 9am-5pm Mon-Fri
Workplace Standards Tasmania
PO Box 56
ROSNY PARK TAS 7018