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Conference workshops

Conference workshops

Heat stress management

Hosted & chaired by Professor Trevor Kilpatrick, the Chief Medical Officer of MX3 Diagnostics, this workshop and panel discussion aims to provide an overview of heat stress management advice based on the AIOH Heat Stress Guide. The panellists will also include HSE managers from major mine sites to share site-specific heat stress management strategies.

Mine sites and exploration teams are constantly facing the challenges to ensure safe working conditions, and heat-related injury is one of their greatest concerns. Dehydration causes fatigue, physical weakness, slow reaction time and poor judgement, all of which negatively affect productivity. If not addressed in time, severe heat stress can lead to serious incident and even death.

Topics

  • AIOH guidelines
  • Mine Site experience - Underground vs Surface
  • Heat stress management: Exploration
  • Occupational Hygienist’s Perspective, multi-site management

Speakers include

 

Dr Ross Di Corleto

Principal Consultant and Director of Monitor Consulting Services
Dr Ross Di Corleto has been involved in occupational health & safety and occupational hygiene for over  40 years with experience in the power industry, mining and refining in Australia and internationally. He has several academic qualifications including a PhD in occupational health and a Master of Science by research in heat stress. He is a Fellow and Past President of the Australian Institute of Occupational Hygienist and a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Health & Safety. Ross’ area of particular interest includes heat stress and the thermal environment and has presented in a number of international forums. He has also authored several papers & documents in the area.

He is currently an Adjunct Associate Professor at the University of Queensland and Edith Cowan University. Ross has been involved in the development and presentation of undergraduate and post graduate modules in occupational health at several universities, nationally and internationally. He is currently the Principal Consultant and Director of Monitor Consulting Services based in Brisbane.

Dr David Lowry

Principal, Occupational Hygiene, Rio Tinto Iron Ore
Dr David Lowry holds the role of Principal Occupational Hygiene, with the primary purpose of leading strategic and innovative solutions to safeguard and improve worker health outcomes. David has spent the last 12 years working for Rio Tinto, and in his current role works across mining, supply chain, projects, closure, and exploration activities within Western Australia. He has advised operational leaders across a range of commodities including aluminium refining and smelting; iron ore, bauxite, salt, copper, and diamond mining; and titanium dioxide and mineral sands processing within Australia (Western Australia, Queensland, Northern Territory, Tasmania), South Africa (Richards Bay), and Canada (various operations in Quebec). David is passionate about science communication and has an interest in increasing capability in this area.

David is a Certified Occupational Hygienist (COH) and full member of the Australian Institute of Occupational Hygienists (AIOH), holds BSc degrees in Biological Science and Occupational Therapy, and a Ph.D. in Public Health focussing on professional judgement and exposure assessment. David has published several peer reviewed articles, has presented original research nationally and internationally at various scientific conferences, and holds an adjunct appointment as Associate Professor within Edith Cowan University’s School of Medical and Health Sciences.

Robert Winn

Senior Safety Advisor, Tronox Mining Australia Limited
Bob is skilled in many areas of Health and Safety Management discipline with over 30 years’ experience in the field. He has developed Health and Safety management programs and compliance systems, ensuring compliance to relevant legislation and company standards, on behalf of Owners, EPC, EPCM, contractors and subcontractors.

Bob has worked in all areas of industry and mining, from minerals sands to iron ore. He has also been on the contractor end of major construction and has the experience and ability to work closely with organisations to deliver fit for purpose, successful health and safety management solutions.

Bob believes in setting high standards for safety and health compliance and believes this can be delivered in a practical and manageable way. Bob works with organisations to provide a complete health and safety management service.
 

Register for International Mine Health and Safety 2024 to attend the conference workshops

If you have already registered to attend the International Mine Health and Safety Conference and wish to add this workshop to your registration, please contact conference@jjqqyy.com 

Date

Monday 15 April 2024

Time

9am - 12pm

Location

Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre

Cost

AusIMM Members - $100
Non-Members - $150

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