Join us at the 9th Annual OHS Leaders Australia Summit Be part of Australia’s largest gathering of senior Health & Safety executives 10th - 11th March 2021, Sofitel Hotel, Brisbane Join us at the 9th Annual OHS Leaders Australia Summit Be part of Australia’s largest gathering of senior Health & Safety executives 10th - 11th March 2021, Sofitel Hotel, Brisbane Register Interest Testimonial Video Summit Themes Key themes and topics are developed by our
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the country's most respected workplace Health &
Safety heads . These will be addressed over the course
of the OHS Leaders Summit Australia.

Join us at the 9th Annual OHS Leaders
Australia Summit

BE PART OF AUSTRALIA'S LARGEST GATHERING
OF SENIOR HEALTH & SAFETY EXECUTIVES
10 – 11 March 2021, SOFITEL HOTEL
BRISBANE

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ABOUT THE EVENT

The OHS Leaders Summit Australia is the country's premier event for senior health and safety executives, and in 2021 we will once again see this elite group come together.

Taking place on 10 – 11 of March at the Sofitel Brisbane Central Hotel, the 9th OHS Leaders Summit is THE MEETING PLACE for over 150 Directors of Health, Safety and Wellbeing from across Australia. More than 35 presentations from senior professionals will be taking place via keynotes, panel discussions, workshops and targeted roundtable sessions.

You will also be able to personalise your own agenda and maximise your time out of the office by engaging in only the most relevant sessions for your business.

Various networking functions will be held over the two days in the shape of refreshments breaks, lunches, breakfasts, networking drinks and dinner, giving you the chance to interact and catch up with your peers in a very relaxed setting.

Whilst we are all adjusting to the 'new norm' and adapting to the challenges and opportunities that COVID-19 brought for us all, we are committed to deliver a great event in a well-managed and safe environment.

We have introduced new event protocols to safeguard the health and wellbeing of all our sponsors, attendees and staff whilst continuing to deliver strong opportunities and engagements.

You can download our Safe Event Guidelines here.

SPEAKERS

Jamie Ross
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Jamie Ross

Head of Zero Harm, Spotless

Elle Osborne
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Elle Osborne

Global HSE Director, Baker Hughes

Kate Hall
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Kate Hall

Head of Mental Health and Wellbeing - AFL

John Green
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John Green

Vice President Global HSE, SNC-Lavalin

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PROGRAM

The summit program is a draft and is subject to change.

Arrival & Registration

45min

Welcome & Introduction

Tyron McGurgan, CEO, Focus Network

5min

Master of Ceremonies

Andrew Barrett, Chief Connector, Safety on Tap

10min

Andrew Barrett

I love solving challenges with people. I also love sharing. There are so many challenges to work on, and many being solved every day - let's [...]

Opening Keynote Presentation – Leading for HSE, Can You Accept Feedback?

Elle Osborne, Global HSE Director, Baker Hughes
As we go into a world of even bigger data fuelled internally and externally, we need to prepare our leaders to accept feedback and act on it.

30min

Elle Osborne

Elle Osborne is an HSE leader who partners with the operations Team of PPS to work towards creating a safer, competent, and operationally [...]

Keynote Presentation – Decluttering: Breathing Life Back into Safety

Kym Bancroft, Head of Safety, Environment and Wellbeing, Serco
Decluttering safety systems is not simply a matter of throwing things out. Kym will explore how Urban Utilities, as part of its safety cultural transformation journey, identified what clutter is (vs what it is not), how the clutter was created and how they have implemented a robust and defensible approach to making changes to reduce safety clutter; and how to measure this.

30min

Kym Bancroft

Experienced in the design, development and implementation of evidence-based Safety and Wellbeing Cultural Change processes, I can simultaneously [...]

Keynote Presentation – Mental Health in the Workplace: Starting the Conversation

Wayne Schwass, Founder, Puka Up for Premium Health
Statistically, one in five employees have a mental health condition. This engaging 45 minute presentation focuses on the conversation about mental health and draws on the following topics:
  • The shift from mental illness to mental health
  • Empowering every employee to speak up about mental health
  • Removing mental health stigmas within our workplace community

40min

Wayne Schwass

Since capturing Australia’s attention as one of the most successful football players in AFL history, Wayne Schwass has gone on to make a name [...]

Networking Break

15min

One-to-One Meetings

30min

Workshop 1 – Integrating Health and Wellbeing with Safety

Jamie Ross, Head of Zero Harm, Spotless
For 99% of human history we all did a great job of working together, trusting and caring for each other, and focusing on what mattered most to keep ourselves safe and alive. What has happened in the most recent 1%? Why do our innate human fears and psychological conditions formed thousands of years ago now create huge challenges to changing behaviours and creating strong safety cultures? Drawing on the latest global psychological and anthropological research, supported by fascinating real-life stories, this presentation explores how our world has inherently changed around us as humans, and how those changes impact directly on organisational culture and performance. We look at how modern-day factors - continuous states of distraction, the 'technology tsunami', and the increase in micro-laziness - are creating even more challenges for organisations seeking to improve performance. The audience are left with memorable stories and concepts, plus practical techniques to apply what has been learnt from traditional societies, in order to influence their people to better engagement and performance.

30min

Jamie Ross

Jamie is the Head of Zero Harm for the Spotless group, responsible for leading the business towards best practice in risk management and [...]

One-to-One Meetings

30min

Workshop 2 – Peers Supporting Peers: Enhancing Psychosocial Safety at Work with a Peer Support Program

Mark Oostergo, General Manager - Principal Psychologist, Communicorp
A Workplace Peer Support Program is an integrated approach to supporting the psychological health and safety of employees, by leveraging existing collegial support at work. This presentation will explore the best practice use of peer support programs in the workplace including an effective communication strategy, the recruitment and selection of peer supporters, training, ongoing support and evaluation, as well as some of the common pitfalls and lessons learned

30min

Mark Oostergo

Mark is a passionate and conscientious psychologist who has a keen interest in workplace psychological well-being and high performance. He has [...]

Keynote Presentation – The most influential tech trends that will impact the safety profession in 2021

Matthew Browne, Chief Executive Officer, Donesafe
Matthew Browne discusses the most influential technology trends in the safety industry as well as Donesafe's crystal-ball predictions for 2021.

30min

Matthew Browne

As one of Donesafe’s two founders, Matthew Browne is driving one of the fastest growing safety startups in Australia. Matthew works closely [...]

Networking Lunch

40min

Keynote Presentation – Title & synopsis coming soon

David Provan, Managing Director, Forge Works


30min

David Provan

I have spent my career in safety management and my ambition is to help as many organisations and safety professionals as possible to better [...]

One-to-One Meetings

30min

Workshop 3A – Title & Synopsis coming soon

Naveen GV, Managing Director & Global BD Executive New Subscriber Development, Benchmark ESG - Powered by Gensuite
Gensuite is a leading, cloud-based EHS software solutions provider that enables diverse companies to foster safe & sustainable workplaces worldwide. Our fully configurable solutions are designed to solve today’s toughest industry challenges – empowering companies to protect employees, minimize environmental impacts, to achieve functional program goals & objectives. Our leaders were the first Gensuite end-users – and we continue that legacy every day, as we partner with our global subscriber group to continuously evolve & hyper-personalize our solutions to address growing & changing global needs.

30min

Naveen GV

Naveen G.V is an Environmental, Health & Safety (EHS) and Management professional with 20 years of experience spanning across Government, [...]

Workshop 3B – Workplace mental health is now an OHS issue?

Jason van Schie, Managing Director, Flourishdx

With psychological injury workers compensation claims increasing at more than 10 times the rate of physical injury claims (NSW workers comp statistics 2015-2019), it is clear the popular approaches to workplace mental health (e.g. yoga, fruit bowls and lunch and learns), simply aren’t effective at prevention. Really they barely meet the standard to be called PPE.

Elevating psychological health and safety to the same level as physical health and safety is a priority reform promoted by the Productivity Commission. Expected WHS legislation updates to add greater emphasis to psychological health and safety, draft codes of practice and an incoming international standard (ISO 45003) are all pointing to the need to the health and safety profession to apply their expertise in risk management to understand address the root cause of psychosocial hazards.

This session will give you a rapid introduction to how OH&S and HR can work together to prevent psychological injuries and adopt best practice standards and guidelines.



30min

Jason van Schie

Jason van Schie holds a Masters of Applied Psychology (Occupational), and has been working as a registered psychologist since 2005. Based in [...]

One-to-One Meetings

30min

Workshop 4 – Title and synopsis coming soon

Coming soon

30min

Roundtable Session – Enhance ROI by Establishing a Consistent Methodology for Supply Chain Risk Management

Tony Webster-Smith, Regional Vice President - APAC at Avetta
Outsourcing is a key component to your supply chain with a significant business ROI. However, there are risks that are introduced with such strategies—only half of buyers say they monitor supply chain risk, and over 60% of suppliers fail to meet project requirements or qualifications for the job. We will discuss how to manage those risks, moving beyond decentralized emails and spreadsheets and into a centralized supplier data collection and evaluation methodology. With the right approach, your team will obtain the proper safety and insurance information and view potential risks across all of your supplier relationships, helping you evaluate suppliers properly, improve supplier quality, safety and sustainability.

40min

Tony Webster-Smith

Experienced Regional Vice President with a demonstrated history of working in the logistics and supply chain industry. Skilled in HSE Management [...]

Roundtable Session – Safety Culture vs Safety Strategy… what comes first?

Jen Jackson, CEO & Founder - Everyday Massive
Every heard the expression, culture eats strategy for breakfast? Well, that's because strategy is so damn good for you.

Come join the Everyday Massive team to hear what organisations such as Amazon, PepsiCo, Probuild and Queensland Urban Utilities are doing to design their safety cultures. And spoiler alert... it all starts with strategy.

In this roundtable we'll dive into:

  • What safety leaders need to think about to align their safety programs to organisational outcomes.
  • How to bring all stakeholders on the journey with you — and have them as raving advocates.
  • The key safety experiences that have the most impact on people.
 

40min

Jen Jackson

CEO and founder of Everyday Massive | The Employee Experience Company Published author or How to Speak Human (Wiley, 2018) Keynote speaker on [...]

Roundtable Session – Reducing risk and maximising benefit – how should you be assessing your new hires?

Philip Paysden, General Manager – WorkCare, APM WorkCare
Health Assessments are always a contentious issue – should we, shouldn’t we – why bother and if so what is worth assessing? This interactive workshop looks at best practice in physical and psychological best practice when assessing the health of your current and future employees. APM WorkCare with over 25 years industry experience in workplace productivity and wellness takes a critical look at health and pre-employment assessments in 2020. An interactive session including an expert panel and live demonstrations, we will look at:
  • The benefits of Medical (doctor) versus Functional (allied health) assessments when not mandated by regulations
  • A critical review of the best ways to Physically assess candidates
  • A critical review of the best ways to Psychologically assess candidates
  • Technology and online options – what is worth the investment, and what is not
  • Innovation in 2020 – what is the latest research and what are some things you can bring to your workplace to reduce risk and maximise benefit from your pre-employment investment.
 

40min

Philip Paysden

Philip Paysden is the General Manager of APM WorkCare, leading the workplace health division of the Global Human Services Business APM. With 16 [...]

Roundtable Session – From Reacting to Learning, the Next Step in Organisational Effectiveness

Andy Shone, CEO, Southpac International

What gets measured gets done, or so we believe! Today many organisations are driven by metrics and dashboards. The result of this often means that we focus on efficiency, getting stuff done quickly, as opposed to being thorough, i.e. being effective. This mindset appears to be increasingly driving the familiar routine;

  • Deadlines are imposed for close out of the identified issues.
  • Quick fixes ensue.
  • Dashboards and reports drive action.
  • Problems recur.

The result of all of this, Management Systems become a convenient mechanism for managing administrative work (safety work) without affecting the safety of work.

Organisations need to move towards approaches that are more focused on learning and understanding. Approaches that accept the inherent complexity of the modern workplace, and in turn take systemic action to improve performance rather than falling back on simple explanations and familiar fixes.

Human and Organisational Performance (HOP) is an approach or philosophy that focuses on building an understanding of how organisations and people work together with the aim of enhancing performance. Specifically the learning team method is focused on taking the time to truly understand, with the aid of frontline personnel, how work is happening and the best way to make it better.



40min

Andy Shone

Andy is the CEO of Southpac Group and is an active facilitator and consultant in Quality, Safety and Human & Organisational Performance. He has [...]

Networking Break

15min

Keynote Presentation – Title & synopsis coming soon

John Green, Vice President Global HSE, SNC-Lavalin


40min

John Green

John has worked in the oil, gas, petrochemical, electronics, heavy engineering, construction and aviation sectors and has 40 years’ experience [...]

Roundtable Session – Creating a Learning Culture

Sarah Colley, Group Manager – Innovation & Culture, Downer
Organisational learning is key to change and innovation. This experiential workshop will walk you through how a Learning Team process is run. You will walk away with practical insights into how to harness the collective insights of your workforce to collaborate to solve complex issues.

40min

Sarah Colley

Sarah's work focuses on human-centred approaches to building a health, safety and well being culture. Sarah is a nationally registered [...]

Roundtable Session – Planning for success, securing worker engagement from day zero

Evan Kidd, Group Work Health Safety Manager, Abacus Property Group
“Turnkey” solutions seem to be again gaining popularity within the wider WHS and HR spaces, but are these destined to fail from the start? Using “Employee Wellbeing Programs” as an example, we’ll look at some of the processes involved after the date of executive buy-in to building a program that our people are truly invested in.  

40min

Evan Kidd

Evan Kidd joined Abacus Property Group in 2014 bringing with him significant operational and strategic management experience across multiple [...]

Roundtable Session – Title & synopsis coming soon

40min

Roundtable Session – Title & synopsis coming soon

40min

Free Time

30min

OHS Leaders Networking Reception

30min

OHS Leaders Networking Dinner

2h 30min

Networking Breakfast

40min

Opening Keynote Presentation – Psychological Safety on Lights and Sirens

Louise Dubois, Director Safety and Recovery, NSW Ambulance
Cognitive overload is a condition where a situation gives too much information simultaneously, resulting in being unable to process this information. When you are facing a complex problem with minimal guidance the situation may result in a sense of disappointment, failure. We will explore this field and assist you in designing experiences that optimises the limited capacity of the working memory while reducing risks in emergency situations.

30min

Louise Dubois

"Louise has been actively delivering results in the area of organisational health, safety and workers compensation for over 25 years. Amongst [...]

Keynote Presentation – Title & synopsis coming soon

30min

Keynote Presentation – Title & synopsis coming soon

40min

Networking Break

15min

One-to-One Meetings

30min

Workshop 5 – Achieving growth through adversity

Emma Blee, Director Health, Safety and Wellbeing, RMIT University

In late 2019 RMIT University Council approved a whole of community Health Safety and Wellbeing Strategy ... and then COVID-19 arrived disrupting plans to launch into the new year with an ambitious program of work to shift the safety culture in the University. This session will share the approach to leverage work in supporting the university's pandemic response to drive through significant changes in how RMIT's staff and students engage with all aspects of health, safety and wellbeing.



30min

Emma Blee

Highly qualified and experienced Work Health and Safety and Human Resources leader with a strong strategic and operational background. Expertise [...]

One-to-One Meetings

30min

Workshop 6 – Developing a psychologically safe workplace: the Australia Post journey

Fiona Andrew, National Mental Health and Wellbeing Manager, Australia Post
When reasonable efforts are made to protect the mental health and wellbeing of employees, a psychologically safe workplace is created. High levels of psychosocial risk in the work environment have the potential to generate employee mental health concerns, and/or exacerbate existing conditions. The identification and mitigation of psychosocial risks, coupled with the provision of a supportive and healthy workplace has the ability to reduce the onset, severity, impact, and duration of mental health concerns, as well as produce happier and more productive employees. In this session, Fiona will share Australia Post’s journey in creating a psychologically safe workplace.

30min

Fiona Andrew

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Keynote Presentation – Being Accountable Without Being Guilty: Combining Strong Optimistic and Caring Safety Leadership with Legal Risk Management

Katherine Morris, Partner, Norton Rose Fulbright
Given the introduction of the industrial manslaughter laws, there is considerably higher legal risk exposure for custodial sentences and penalties in the millions of dollars. It is incumbent on OHS leaders to comprehensively address this new context, not minimize it or shy away from it. This inevitably means strongly focusing on safety culture and measuring and documenting this, sharp focus on eliminating fatal risks, evidencing satisfaction of due diligence duties and strong legal risk management. The most significant opportunity and challenge for OHS leaders is however to fundamentally change the accountability of business leaders and organisations following a fatality or permanent disabling injury. The address will cover these issues and raise challenges as to what this accountability looks like.

30min

Katherine Morris

Katherine Morris is a partner at Norton Rose Fulbright, specialising in work health and safety law. She has over 18 years’ experience working [...]

Networking Lunch

40min

One-to-One Meetings

30min

Workshop 7 – Title & Synopsis coming soon

30min

Roundtable Session – Occupational Violence, Learn the Defensive Moves

Louise Dubois, Director Safety and Recovery, NSW Ambulance

The community is aware that violence occurs in emergency departments and towards paramedics across the nation. It is less well known that patients, clients, family and bystanders are also violent and aggressive towards paramedics. Some of the violence is caused by people affected by alcohol, drugs and mental illness. However, a large number of assaults are by angry people under stress.

This session will show the amplitude of occupational violence challenges, teach you what you can do to reduce it in your workplace and show you a few defensive moves. Who knows these moves could save your life!



40min

Louise Dubois

"Louise has been actively delivering results in the area of organisational health, safety and workers compensation for over 25 years. Amongst [...]

Roundtable Session – How Organisations Can Support Peoples Capacity and Resilience to be the Solution to Their Own Mental Health and Wellbeing

Dr Sara Curtis, Client Partnerships Manager, Vitality Works
Lisa McKeown, HSE Leader, Laing O’Rourke

At Laing O’Rourke we are striving to create a healthy environment for our people that promotes excellence and acknowledges the evolving changes and demands of their personal and family lives.

The starting position for any Mental Health and Wellbeing Strategy is based on the approach that the best way to view mental health is that we all have it and we fluctuate between thriving, struggling and being ill and possibly off work.

Good mental health encompasses much more than the mere absence of poor mental health. Being mentally healthy also includes positive states of mental health such as feeling engaged and empowered at work, being motivated, productive and having a work life balance than enriches the home life rather than impeding it. When people thrive so does the organisation. A focus on thriving is more relevant than ever. The changing nature of work needs thriving people who flourish in the face of uncertainty and change.

Positive mental health is about people who engage with us having positive experiences where they feel satisfied, engaged and empowered through their work so that they are motivated to perform at a high level. It is about being confident and capable to successfully set and achieve challenging goals. Where work is integrated effectively into an overall health life that leads to improvements in performance and mental health at work.

The Mental Health and Wellbeing framework:

  • People as the solution to their own sustained health. Giving decision making to the people who do the work and are most impacted by it.
  • Looks at the positive aspects people can do to support their own health and wellbeing.
  • The programmes delivered under this strategy as an ethical responsibility will not be about compliance enforced upon our people. The programmes will engage our people in its development, facilitate their active participation where they choose to do so and be flexible to our people and organisations changing needs.

As leaders and people – the more we learn to help others integrate tools and behaviours that build mental health and resilience; the more good days we will have.



40min

Dr Sarah Curtis

Dr Sarah Curtis (PhD) – National Account Manager Sarah has worked in the health and wellbeing arena for 25 years and has vast expertise in [...]

Lisa McKeown

A Chartered Health and Safety Practitioner with over 20 years’ experience of working in the construction industry across a wide range of [...]

Roundtable Session – Title & synopsis coming soon

40min

Roundtable Session – Title & synopsis coming soon

40min

Closing keynote presentation – The AFL’s 2020 Mental Health Mission: supporting the health and wellbeing of our people to protect the future of our game.

Dr Kate Hall, Head of Mental Health and Wellbeing, AFL

Like many sporting Industries, the 2020 AFL season was significantly disrupted by the impacts of COVID19. Recommencing the season in 2020 required comprehensive COVIDSafe protocols that protected players, officials and the wider community, but that also impacted how and where our People lived. Resuming the AFL 2020 season, after an Industry wide shutdown, required relocating our competition to Qld, where the disruptions were wide ranging for individuals and families. Balancing the needs of our People in order to deliver the season, while also remaining in step with State Governments, managing media scrutiny of our Industry’s COVID practices and continuing to support the significant numbers of our workforce who remained in Victoria’s Stage 4 restrictions on stand-down, required comprehensive, person centred mental health and wellbeing responses. These responses were informed by our Industry Mental Health Strategy’s guiding principles.

Key takeaways will cover the AFL Mental Health Team’s Guiding Principles and Actions

  1. Our actions during our COVID adjusted season to support cultural and systemic change that is mental health aware and capable;
  2. How we equipped our people with mental fitness skills to face the uncertainty and challenges of COVID;
  3. How we ensured our people’s emergent mental health needs were met.

40min

Kate Hall

Dr Kate Hall is a clinical psychologist, senior academic and the Head of Mental Health and Wellbeing at the AFL. Her clinical research track [...]

Master Of Ceremonies Closing Remarks

10min

Networking Drinks

60min

WHY ATTEND

STAR KEYNOTES
AND PRESENTERS

We invite only the leading international and local experts to provide sessions on site, this allows for attendees to be taught by front-line executives that compress years of meaningful experience into a systematic, well organised learning program.

NETWORKING
OPPORTUNITIES

Keeping in line with the main goal of the event in achieving new relationships, we provide a huge amount of networking opportunities for attendees through breakfast, luncheons, cocktails and informal introductions.

1-1 PRIVATE
MEETINGS

Allowing both buyers and sellers the opportunity to engage with one another onsite in a series of prearranged business meetings. These provide both parties a great opportunity to build new relationships by interacting face to face.

TARGETED
SESSIONS

Being able to experience different sessions is what makes this event unique; whether you are looking to attend an interactive workshop, roundtable, 1-1 meeting or panel discussion.

NETWORKING
DINNER

Interact and relax amongst your peers at the official Networking dinner where you will have the opportunity to be part of the entertainment.

PERSONALISED
PROGRAM

The summit is personalised for YOU, this means that what is important to your business is important to us. We create personalised itineraries around sessions you want to attend, allowing for your time to be spent wisely while out of the office.

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Should you wish to attend this years upcoming 9th Australian OHS Leaders Summit on the 10th – 11th of March 2021, please purchase your tickets below

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  • One night complimentary accommodation at the Sofitel
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  • Seat allocated at the OHS Leaders Dinner
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  • Meals & refreshments over the two days
  • One night complimentary accommodation at the Sofitel
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'This year was even better than last! The calibre of attendees is like no other event in the Australian marketplace. This was a very impressive group of the countries most senior safety professionals and presenters, while the one to one meetings with suppliers has allowed me to really understand where I need to be investing. Count me in for next year.'

 

– LINFOX

'Our First year we took a 7 meeting package, the second year we took a 14 meeting package and now in our 3rd year we were gold sponsors. Our business has now done 10x since working with the OHS Leaders team and we have already signed up to be diamond sponsor for 2021.'

 

– DONESAFE

'The OHS Leaders Summit continues to provide a fantastic opportunity to listen to peers, their journeys, opinions & lessons learnt. Once again I am going away feeling inspired and energised. Thank you.'

 

– SUPER RETAIL GROUP

'We have joined this summit for the last 5 years and have been the major sponsor for the last 3. This event has been invaluable for our business, the opportunity to meet with the countries most senior safety leaders one on one has been fantastic. It all starts here at the summit and then it’s up to your teams to foster these relationships.'

 

– PREMIUM HEALTH

'It’s the only event my colleague and I attend. High quality presentations, high quality providers, engaging workshops, and plenty of networking opportunities.'

 

– VEOLIA

'Great networking opportunity, with providers and delegates. Learnt new ideas, what is working well in the industry, international perspective was enlightening. Very positive experience and is refreshing to hear from new approaches in industry that are delivering results.'

 

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