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Join your professional peers, business leaders, sector influencers and government decision makers and raise the bar for workplace health and safety in New Zealand. HASANZ CONFERENCE 2018 is the premium professional development opportunity for New Zealand’s health and safety professionals, organised for the industry by the industry. Our Conference is your opportunity to network with New Zealand’s diverse health and safety community, sharing insights, knowledge and experience.

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Powhiri and welcome function with official opening by the Minister for Workplace Relations and Safety, the Hon. Iain Lees-Galloway


Two days of learning from world class keynote speakers (see International keynotes)


A choice of more than 20 presentations around the themes of culture, capability and collaboration


Two free masterclasses with global leaders on Safety II, Dr John Green, and workplace mental health, Geoff McDonald

Harbourside dinner and dance on Thursday 6 September is an optional extra. The full programme will be published in June. Presentation abstracts are welcome now (submit here).

Early bird registration closes 30 June 2018 Our first conference was a sell out so don’t miss your place at this one! P r e m i u m Pa r t n e r

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International keynotes Dr John Green UK

Geoff McDonald UK

Safety II expert and Director HSE for the Battersea Power Station Development

Mental health champion and Former Global Vice President HR Unilever

“Challenge, change and stay curious – the future of health and safety”

“Mental health – a competitive advantage”

John is an internationally acclaimed expert in Safety II – an approach that changes safety management from “avoiding things going wrong” to “ensuring everything goes right”. He is widely recognised for his safety achievements at multi-national construction giant Laing O’Rourke. John will explore what changes we need to make to put people at the centre of workplace health and safety, rather than just focusing on good systems and processes. He will cover the changes we need to make as health and safety practitioners, as well as the shifts in skills and competencies that are needed.

From Ted Talks to HASANZ CONFERENCE 2018. Committed to breaking the stigma associated with mental health issues in the corporate world, Geoff has consulted David Cameron and CEOs from Footsie 100 companies, and supported Princes William and Harry on their Royal Foundation mental health campaign. Geoff will speak about the energising role of good mental health in the workplace and how this can be a competitive advantage. He will show how focusing on worker wellbeing can grow business, and help attract and retain talent, sharing good practice and providing tools to turn the negative into a positive.


Dr Julia Norris Australia Eldeen E. Pozniak Canada

GP and President Elect of the Australian Institute of Occupational Hygienists

Immediate Past President of INSHPO

“Collaboration towards improved worker health”

“Do we have what it takes?”

Julia is an advocate of preventative health with a unique combination of qualifications and experience in both occupational hygiene and medicine. Wearing two hats herself, Julia is passionate about the pluses of a multi-disciplinary approach to health and safety issues. Her address will include strategies for success in establishing effective working health collaborations, as well as the