Engaging contractors is essential to the operation of many businesses and can underpin the success of an organisation’s activities, business model, brand, and culture. However, these services come with inherit risks.
It is imperative that persons conducting a business or undertaking (PCBUs) and shared duty holders implement robust governance frameworks, management systems, pre-qualification processes, and compliance strategies that facilitate the successful procurement and engagement of contractors. This then enables an organisation to deliver services and business activities in a manner that aspires and aims to ensure work is undertaken without risk to health and safety.
Join us for this Contactor Management webinar, where you will gain practical advice on how to demonstrate due diligence, limit your liability, and how to recognise when it may be desirable to take greater control over a contractor’s safety arrangements.
This moderated presentation and discussion will include case studies that showcase practicable and sustainable approaches to contractor management and how this has assisted business and shared duty holders to operate safely, efficiently and with agility in today’s regulatory and economic environment.
The case studies will also cover recent learnings from sudden changes to business operations and requirements during the current COVID-19 pandemic.
Phoebe is an experienced risk consultant, environmental engineer and operations manager with over 11 years’ experience working alongside clients in the construction, defence, resources, government, healthcare, education and retail sectors.
Through her work on multiple international social development projects, Phoebe has been responsible for the implementation of effective safety cultures within low socioeconomic status areas, in the UK, Europe and Mongolia, and is, therefore, a passionate advocate of the importance of education, behavioural change, and practicality when embedding process and management frameworks.
As the National Operations Manager for Health and Safety at Greencap, Phoebe oversees, coordinates and leads Greencap’s health and safety technical team in safety risk management, contractor management, management systems, occupational hygiene, mould and toxicology and compliance. She is committed to delivering bespoke, pragmatic and efficient solutions to clients to ensure they successfully imbed process into operations and meet their legislative obligations.
Renee is a highly experienced health and safety practitioner with over 16 years’ experience across multiple industries. Renee has been responsible for the delivery of a wide range of varied occupational health, safety, environmental (HSE) and injury management services and solutions over the course of her career and has significant experience in the provision of holistic HSE including occupational health as well as strategic HSE program delivery and management.
In particular, Renee’s speciality areas include HSE coaching and leadership programs, HSE Management System development, review and implementation, HSE system auditing and gap analysis and the provision of specialist HSE advice to various stakeholders, including senior management, project managers, subcontractors, internal WHS teams and operational staff.
In her current role as Practice Manager – Health & Safety with Greencap, Renee is working with a diverse range of clients to evaluate, formulate and implement robust risk management strategies and controls specific to managing occupational health and safety risks. Working in partnership with clients across multiple industry sectors, these strategies and controls are based on a pragmatic and contextualised approach to ensure tailored solutions, as they relate to each client’s unique operational environment and regulatory requirements.
Bianca Camuglia is an experienced safety practitioner with over 12 years of diverse experience working with, and across, various industries including healthcare, logistics, utilities, construction, and education.
Her passion is in the delivery of practical system improvements which support a proactive safety culture. She has spearheaded the implementation of innovative process improvement initiatives to facilitate a high and consistent level of safety compliance within various client organisations, and provided mentoring and assistance to board members, CEOs, and officers.
In her role as Team Manager – Health & Safety at Greencap, Bianca brings extensive industry experience to implement systematic and sustainable changes within client organisations, including the development, implementation, and auditing of management systems, that allow them to demonstrate due diligence and meet legislative compliance.
Greencap has been leading the way in risk management and compliance in Australia since 1984. Greencap’s purpose is to make the world safer and that starts with the protection of People, Property and the Environment. Assisting businesses in managing Risk & Compliance, Greencap delivers value through practical and tailored risk management solutions.