February 8, 2016
Regulators’ briefing on the new AS/NZS 1891 and height safety
The big height safety standard, AS/NZS 1891, is set to change.
Two senior regulators, together with a committee member of the revised standard – Workplace Access & Safety’s own Carl Sachs – will help workplaces prepare at an essential knowledge seminar on February 23 in Brisbane.
Join WHS Queensland at this special height safety event hosted by the FMA to hear:
– What the regulator has put in the spotlight
– Everything FMs, architects and builders need to know about the AS revision
– Practical advice and tools to reduce risk and liability
In just a morning, you’ll be fully briefed on how to deal with staff and contractors who must work at height, both during the construction of the building and its years of maintenance.
|Presenters:||Russell Armstrong, Principal Inspector – Construction, BSGC Region, Workplace Health and Safety Queensland|
|Ray Billiet, Regional Operations Manager, BSGC Region, Workplace Health and Safety Queensland|
|Carl Sachs, FMA Australian Standards Committee representative|
|When:||Tuesday, 23 February from 7.45am to 12.00pm|
|Where:||Westpac Banking Corporation Level|
Agnes Waters Room Level 10, 260 Queen Street, Brisbane
Friends of Workplace Access & Safety discount
You’re entitled to a $25 discount as a guest of Workplace Access & Safety, simply by quoting “WHSCoupon”.
But book now, spaces are limited and the exclusive Workplace Access & Safety discount closes on February 12.
FMA members are eligible to claim 1 CPD point.