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22nd Mechanical Engineering Safety Seminar

People, plant and mines - What is reasonably practicable?

Wednesday, 8 August 2012 and

Thursday, 9 August 2012

Waterview Convention Centre

Sydney Olympic Park, Homebush

Day one – Wednesday, 8 August 2012

7:45 Courtesy bus departs from the Novotel and Ibis

8:00 – 9:00 Registration

9:00 – 10:35 Session one

Opening address – Rob Regan, Director Mine Safety Operations and

Chief Inspector, NSW Trade & Investment

Reflection to the future – Steven Coffee, Group Engineering Manager,

BHPB Illawarra Coal

The mechanics of safe decision making - what’s reasonably practicable

at the coal face? – Gillian Holmes, Lawyer, McCullough Robertson

10:35 – 10:55 Morning tea

10:55 – 12:55 Session two

Are we really innovative and how can the mining industry make the

most of our new ideas? – Andrew McMahon, Manager Occupational Health

& Safety, NSW Minerals Council

Classic failure modes of operational risk management – Jim Joy,

Manager Risk Management Services, J K Tech

Management Plans - what is reasonably practicable? – Graham Terrey,

representing the IQA

12:55 – 1:35 Lunch

1:35 – 2:50 Session three

Hypothetical session: What’s reasonably practicable in hindsight?

A series of hypotheticals put to a panel of industry experts

Facilitator: Debra Murphy, Director/Managing Consultant, BizVoice

2:50 – 3:05 Afternoon tea

3:05 – 4:55 Session four

Gas explosion prevention - management of risk controls – Wally Koppe,

Inspector of Mechanical Engineering, NSW Trade & Investment

RISKGATE: online solutions to improve onsite safety – Philipp Kirsch,

Associate Professor & Projects Manager, RISKGATE, Mining+Health

Rio Tinto Innovation – Andrew Milner, General Manager - Innovation Delivery,

Rio Tinto

5:00 Courtesy bus departs for the Novotel and Ibis

Accommodation

Accommodation is available at Sydney Olympic Park. Visit the website at

www.sydneyolympicpark.com.au/stay_eat_shop/accommodation for further

information. Attendees are urged to make accommodation arrangements early.

Further information

Visit the NSW Trade & Investment website at:

www.resources.nsw.gov.au/safety/resources/seminars-and-conferences

Day one – Conference Dinner

6:15 Gates open at ANZ Stadium - Gate C

6:30 Pre dinner drinks, Boulevarde Gallery, ANZ Stadium

7:00 Conference Dinner, Millennium Room, ANZ Stadium

11:00 Dinner concludes

Day two – Thursday, 9 August 2012

8:15 Courtesy bus departs from the Novotel and Ibis

8:30 – 9:00 Registration

9:00 – 11:20 Session one

Mandalong Mine’s Cooranbong site coal plant upgrade - Truck loading bin

facility – Peter Davidson, Engineering Manager, Centennial Mandalong

Metropolitan drift winder - What’s reasonably practicable? – Andy Withers,

Manager Mechanical Engineering, Metropolitan Colliery

Roller brake testing - what are the benefits and do they apply to mining

vehicles? - Mogens Norlem, Technical Director and Co-founder, BM Autoteknik A/S

Evolution and update of AS 4024.1 Safety of Machinery and AS 1755

(AS 4024.3610-15) Conveyors - “Reasonably practicable” implications

– Frank Schrever, Managing Director, Machine Safety by Design Pty Ltd

11:20 – 11:50 Brunch

11:50 – 2:10 Session two

Fire in an underground fuel bay - cause, effect and prevention

– Jeffery Rushforth, Underground Maintenance Superintendent, Perilya Broken Hill

Confined space obligations in industry – Neal Hohnke, Safety/Training

Consultant and Accredited OHS Auditor

Work health and safety legislation for mines – Tony Linnane, Manager

Mine Safety Policy & Legislation Unit, NSW Trade & Investment

MDG 15-2012 catching up - a decade of change – Matt Willoughby, Inspector

of Mechanical Engineering, NSW Trade & Investment

2:10 Seminar concludes

Courtesy bus departs for the Novotel and Ibis

Dinner speaker

Matt Hall is a third generation pilot, a former RAAF Fighter Combat (Top Gun) Instructor,

international unlimited aerobatic competitor and in 2009 became not only the first

Australian to ever compete in the Red Bull Air Race World Championship, but also the

first rookie to finish a Red Bull Race and indeed the entire season on the podium.

Disclaimer: Program may be subject to change

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22nd Mechanical Engineering Safety Seminar, 8-9 August 2012

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Delegates may be substituted upon request in writing.

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