Australia's International Water
Conference & Exhibition



The safety of all those who work in the water sector is a high priority and extends to physical, psychological, emotional, intellectual and social wellbeing.  Safety & wellbeing is no longer just the remit of managers, but is the responsibility of all.  One challenge the industry is seeing is the management of safety and wellbeing when multiple contractors and agencies are engaged on the one project.  What other challenges do we have and how are organisations overcoming these? What action is being taken now to be a recognised global leader in the management of safety & wellbeing?  

  • Learnings from safety science research
  • Enablers and barriers to safety innovation
  • What is the extent and scope of current safety innovation drivers across the water industry?
  • What is the impact of the current Australian regulatory strategy on safety and how does this compare internationally?
  • What should the water sector be aspiring to for safety innovation and safety culture transformation over the next 5-10 years?
  • How can the water sector attain safety goals and aspirations through collaboration and mutual support?
  • What is best practice in safety and wellbeing in overseas utilities? 
  • What is best practice in safety and wellbeing in other sectors?
  • Embedding a safety culture 
  • Best practice safety performance and management 
  • Using technology to improve safety outcomes 
  • The latest in health and wellbeing initiatives in the workplace 
  • Incident trends 
  • Mental health and wellbeing for our people in the industry

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