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[C19]Top tips to make your workplace safer & reduce risk for your business

November 2 @ 11:30 am - 12:30 pm UTC+9.5

Free
Keeping your people and your workplace safe matters morethan ever

Level: Beginner

Date/Time:

Monday, 2 November 2020

WA: 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM (AWST)

NT: 11:30 AM to 12:30 PM (ACST)

QLD: 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM (AEST)

The safety essentials you need to know if you employ staff or are looking to do so. This includes top tips to help you avoid heavy non-compliance penalties by doing what’s right by your people. This workshop covers information on COVID-19 safety and will include time for your questions at the end.

This workshop is brought to you by Business Station and AusIndustry under the ASBAS Digital Solutions Program.

ABOUT THE PRESENTER

Pauline is founder of the award winning Pauline Tarrant Consulting and HR For Good networking and learning event series. She is an aspiring futurist who speaks regularly on the world of work and is actively working to create change to ensure people and businesses in her community are equipped for the challenges ahead.

Pauline works with clients in a variety of industries in Western Australia and beyond. She helps them refine their people practice, people strategy and people technology to achieve sustained high performance.

In addition to over 20 years HR experience, Pauline possesses a Masters in Human Resource Management from Bristol Business School, is qualified in administering the Lominger Leadership Architect, Hay Job Evaluation, DISC Profiles, Click! Colours and possess Prince II project management qualifications. She is a Fellow of the Australian Human Resources Institute, member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and a member of the Dru Professional Network as a qualified Dru Yoga teacher. Pauline is also a licensed Inquiry Agent and Investigator with a Cert III in Investigative Services.

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