Check in time – 5:30 pm
Session start – 6:00 pm
Session finish – 7:00 pm
Due Diligence - supporting Senior Executives and Board of Directors to meet their obligations
Since the introduction of Industrial Manslaughter in Queensland, there has been a fair amount of attention on Officer Due Diligence. That section in the Work Health and Safety Act 2011 imposes a specific duty on officers of corporations and unincorporated bodies, to exercise due diligence to ensure that it meets its work health and safety obligations.
As a consultant, I see Directors, Owners, CEOs and Boards requesting information about their duties and what they actually have to do to demonstrate due diligence. However, all the information being given is directed at officers.
Well, not this time. In this session, we will discuss what you can do to support your senior executives and directors to help them meet their duties. Whether in a small, large or global organisation, you have an important role to play.
Speaker: Naomi Kemp, Lead Consultant and Business Partner, Kitney OHS
Naomi is a health and safety coach and strategist who helps leaders to cut through the bureaucracy and facilitate real change. Her work balances business objectives, strategy and performance with a deep understanding of what works at the frontline.
Specialising in Enforceable Undertakings, she founded Safe Expectations to help businesses during pivotal times. She is passionate about transforming the approach to managing health and safety with restorative practices to repair harm and restore relationships after a workplace incident. Naomi recently joined Kitney OHS as a Lead Consultant and Business Partner, where she is working on an exciting project to help those who do not have the resources to manage safety...small business.
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Registration closes Friday 8 November 2019
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