Monday, 5:00 PM to 8:45 PM30/05/2022
WA Sundown Meeting 2022 – May 30th 22
Do you experience challenges implementing your Drinking Water Management Program?
For example, do you struggle with managing your field and laboratory data? Find it difficult to manage water quality parameters that are above the analytical level of detection but don’t have an ADWG health limit?
Or do you experience challenges with workforce engagement and building trust in water quality?
This presentation by Steve Delides and Marg Nguyen will discuss some common challenges with implementing a Drinking Water Management Plan, and aims to help answer some of your questions.
Session Speakers: Steve Delides and Marg Nguyen
Steve Delides is a Water Quality Consultant with 20 years’ industry experience, presently the Project Director and Training Specialist at Ecosafe International. Ecosafe is a specialist consultancy focusing on the interface between water and health across all water systems on site.
Steve holds a Bachelor of Science with 1st Class Honours in Environmental Chemistry, Diploma of Water Industry Operations and Cert IV in Training & Assessment (TAE).
Steven currently serves on the Australian Standards Working Group EV-008 which has recently updated the sampling methods for drinking water (AS 5667.5-2022).
Steven is passionate about achieving pragmatic water quality management system improvements to optimise water quality risks on site.
Marg Nguyen is an Occupational Hygienist with over 12 years’ experience, predominantly within the Mining and Resources sector.
She holds a Bachelor of Science in Occupational Therapy, a Master of Science in Occupational Hygiene Practice and is currently completing her Masters in Health Emergency Preparedness and Response.
As part of her current role as a Water Quality Specialist with Ecosafe International, Marg is responsible for co-ordinating and delivering risk-based control measures to Partners both in Healthcare and Mining settings.
She is passionate about protecting and improving personal health and wellbeing; as well as engaging and educating workforces and the public on preventative controls.
5.00pm – Doors open for networking, food & drinks
6.00pm – Latest AIOH news
6.10pm – The presentation will run for approximately 45 minutes, followed by Q&A.
Networking, as well as the food and drink service, will continue after the presentation.
AIOH/RACI Members – $30
Non Members – $40
AIOH student members – $10 (student cards to be shown for entry)
0.25 CM points awarded for attendance
All costs listed ex GST
ChemCentre Exhibition Room, Ground Floor,
Curtin University of Technology Resources and
Chemistry Precinct, South Wing, Building 500,
Corner South Entrance Drive & Manning Road,
Curtin University, Bentley
Free Parking: Enter off Manning Road. First turn
right to enter car park area.
Kirsty Bouskill Kirsty.firstname.lastname@example.org
WA Sundown Meeting 22
View previous campaigns.