Safety Conference early bird rate ends soon
Wednesday 27 Jun 2018
“Some of our most inspiring forestry leaders have developed safety improvements in both crew culture and harvesting technologies,” says Forest Industry Engineering Association spokesman, Gordon Thomson.
“We’re delighted to have skilled industry leaders outlining their teams’ experiences – especially people who know that safety and productivity can be improved simultaneously. It’s an intriguing line up of case studies for this year’s conference,” he added.
“Many of our speakers have delivered real tangible safety results both in forestry and similar industries. They will impart some really practical information. Many of them have been working with industry for a along time and know how to apply their solutions with forestry people and cultures,” adds Thomson.
Registrations are now open for the August 2018 conference series running in Rotorua and Melbourne. Thanks to great support industry, led by principal event partners McFall Fuel and VicForests, a special on-line early-bird delegate registration offer is now available for a limited time. Early-bird discount rates are available to 30 June. See www.forestsafety.events
Some of our ‘must-see’ keynote speakers:
Our industry-leading speakers are all practical industry leaders and safety champions. They'll be speaking FIEA's 4th Forest Safety & Technology Conference. This conference series sold out in 2017 and is running again in August 2018 in Rotorua and Melbourne.
The summit is on 8th August in Rotorua at the Distinction Hotel. The following week - 15th March – it runs at the Bayview Eden Hotel in Melbourne. For full conference details see www.forestsafety.events
“We’ve teamed up with the Forest Industry Safety Council (FISC) to organise a workshops in addition to our one-day conferences,” says Thomson. “Our conferences delegates in New Zealand will get the opportunity to be part of an workshop lead by Fiona Ewing of FISC. Fiona’s team are hosting a workshop after the conference so people can talk as well as listen to gain new information.”
In Australia there is a pan-industry workshop on the afternoon before the FIEA conference – from 1 to 5pm on 14th August also at the Bayview Eden Hotel in Melbourne. FIEA has worked with Stacey Gardiner from Australian Forest Contractors Association and Diana Lloyd of Forestworks in Australia to organise this.
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