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How an Australian mining services company took its safety performance from compliance to curiosity and capacity

Lunch with award-winning Australian CEO and GM

Join your fellow CEO and GM peers on 8 May in Auckland to hear how a high-risk Australian drilling company changed its approach to safety leadership from statistical performance and injury rates, to enabling genuine understanding about the capacity of the business to handle variability, and a focus on controlling critical risks.

We’re delighted to host Mitchell Services CEO Andrew Elf and General Manager of People, Risk and Sustainability Josh Bryant from Queensland, Australia to share with you their lessons of how they adopted a Human Organisation Performance (HOP) philosophy in their organisation, as well as the 4Ds (understanding what’s Difficult, Dangerous, Different and Dumb) to focus on the robustness of critical risks controls.

It has enabled leaders to be curious about ‘normal work’ with genuine care and interest from the frontline managers to the senior leadership team to members of the Board. This has in turn led to improvements in the way work is done and performance across the board.

The organisation has also just won Workplace Health and Safety Team of the Year at the Australian Institute of Health and Safety (AIHS) awards for its progressive approach.

Join us to hear from Andrew and Josh about their approach, why they tried something different and the results they’re seeing.

Wednesday 8 May 2024
12.00pm-2.00pm (including lunch)
Eden Park
42 Reimers Ave, Kingsland

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