Helping Your Employees Before Disaster Strikes – Shiftwork & Fatigue Management 2017

Delve further into high-risk industries, to find out how these companies identify fatigue, execute programmes and structure scheduling procedures to help mitigate disaster and accidents at the upcoming Marcus Evans Shiftwork and Fatigue Management 2017 conference on 16 & 17 November 2017 in Melbourne, Australia.

• Hock Ch’ng, Head – Safety and Security, ANSTO (Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation)
• Ben Hutchinson, Regional HSEQ Manager, ANZ GCP Applied Technologies
• Udai Bakshi, Senior Manager – Resource and Deployment, NRMA (National Roads and Motorists’ Association)
• Darren Cook, Manager – Compliance and Support for Safety Quality and Compliance, Qantas
• Linden Wyatt, Rostering and Scheduling Manager, The Australian Red Cross Blood Service
• Scott Northcott, Manager – Operations Centre ,Water Corporation
• James Oliver, Site Safety Manager, Stanwell
• Geoff Bird, Manager – Human Resources, Emergency Management Victoria
• Nish Dagli, Workforce Planner – South Eastern Section, Royal Flying Doctor Service of Australia
• Ben Hilditch, EHS Specialist, Boeing Defense
• Amy Sproule, Health and Wellness Specialist, Carlton & United Breweries
• Bronwen Clulow, Risk and Human Factors Advisor, Metro Trains Melbourne

Also features a Half-Day Workshop: Managing Fatigue When It Has Already Kicked In – A Step-by- Step Fatigue Mitigation Manual, facilitated by Prof. Drew Dawson Director - Appleton Institute Central Queensland University

View the full agenda, here: Contact Serena Pereira at for more details on how you can attend.


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