Thursday, 5:30 PM to 8:00 PM27/10/2022
VIC Chapter Meeting venue change – Suburban Rail Loop – Our Health and Safety Approach plus Western Health – People, Culture & Communication
VIC Chapter Meeting Oct 22 (1)
Join us as we host 2 incredible speakers on 2 different topics
Suburban Rail Loop – Our Health and Safety Approach
Deputy Director, Health, and Safety Delivery
Thomas Fulham is the Deputy Director Health and Safety Delivery at Suburban Rail Loop Authority and is responsible for leading the health and safety delivery approach throughout design, procurement and construction of this city shaping multi decade program of work. Thomas has over a decade of experience in civil, commercial and infrastructure major works programs across contractor, client-side public private partnerships (PPP) and now for the state of Victoria. Thomas is working under a strategic mandate of unrivalled health and safety performance and is powered by the unique opportunity a program like Suburban Rail Loop presents for the re-defining of health, safety and wellbeing industry baselines, perceived norms, and the ability the state can play in being a genuine driver and connector of lessons learned. Thomas has a Master of Business Administration, Master of Information Systems, Diplomas of WHS, Diploma of Logistics and is a lead auditor in WHS Systems.
Director Safety, Risk and Emergency Management – People, Culture & Communication (Western Health)
James Kolozsi Currently and proudly working at Western Health surrounded by amazing people with huge hearts. James has worked with Victoria Police as the OH&S Operations Manager, providing strategic advice to the senior leadership group, and leading a team of OHS Consultants that provide an OHS services across Victoria. The diversity in my role exposes me to warehouse safety, office and workstation safety, aircraft safety operations, safe animal handling operations and emergency management. In times of critical incidents, emergency and states of disaster, James has been dedicated to providing strategic safety strategies to senior leadership and safety management approaches to specific operational responses such as: 2019/2020 Bushfires, COVID-19 and the recent Eastern Freeway police fatalities. James is qualified and has worked as an Expedition Leader with World Challenge and qualified as a Field Instructor with the National Outdoor Leadership School (NOLS) based out of Lander, Wyoming, delivering experiential learning in Leadership and Character Development to students and young adults in a wilderness environment across developing countries and in harsh and rugged environments. James has 19 years’ experience with the Army as an intelligence analyst and weapons operator attaining a manager level role prior to discharge.
James holds a Masters Degree in Occupational Health, Safety and Environmental Management from the Australian Catholic University, Graduate Diploma of Strategic Leadership (Churchill Education) and is a Project Management Practitioner.
Date & Schedule
Thursday 27th October 2022
Schedule: 530 pm – 730 pm
530-545 – Welcome / settling period
545-550 – Introduction of speakers and topics ‘
550-640- Speakers – Thomas & James
640-700 – Questions and close off
700-730 – Networking
Light catering and Beverages provided
Level 1 (upstairs)
446 City Road
South Melbourne VIC 3205
Venue Sponsor: Edge Group is an environmental consultancy that offers a range of services to the public and private sectors. Edge Group Pty Ltd,
AIOH/RACI Members – $10
Non Members – $20
AIOH student members – $5 (student cards to be shown for entry)
0.25 CM points awarded for attendance All costs listed ex GST
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