Webinar:

The new normal: Driving health & safety in the mining industry post- COVID

Sponsored by: HardHat

Focused on:

  • Mining
  • Covid 19
  • Technology
  • Infrastructure

Date: 3 September

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Time: 3PM Perth/5PM Sydney/Melbourne

How are top mining companies keeping their teams safe?

HardHat, in partnership with Mining Technology and King & Wood Mallesons, brings you a webinar to discuss the recent legislation changes impacting mining operations, and how technology can enhance your response to health, safety and risk management challenges in your business.

COVID-19 brings back the focus on mining health & safety.

The technologies and infrastructure that drive mining operations, from corporate headquarters to the field sites, are being redesigned. New government legislations and measures are being introduced and tightening working conditions has disrupted the way staff and teams collaborate. Mining companies are navigating ways to boost team productivity and facilitate sharing of information, while minimising risk. As operations become more complex, the need for a solution that will enable distributed, remote teams to work productively and safely becomes an imperative.

In this webinar, we will show you actionable insights and practical tools that will get you on your way to a safer, faster, smarter mining operations.

Join us to find out about:

- The changing community and stakeholder expectations around health & safety.
- How the new health and safety legislations are impacting mining operations
- How technology is enabling distributed teams to work safer, faster and smarter, allowing miners to help meet legislative requirements
- How technology can improve health, safety and risk management practices in your operations without CAPEX investment and zero IT footprint
- Practical use case scenarios on safety notifications and auditable incident management

Presented by

Tim Smith,

CEO, HardHat

Tim Smith brings extensive experience in building global, high-growth SaaS organisations that transform the way businesses capture, use and interpret data. In addition to being CEO at HardHat, Tim is also Managing Director of Gold Rhino, a Private Equity firm that funds and assists early-stage tech companies in Australia and New Zealand, and is a key advocate and major contributor to projects that protect and increase rhinoceros populations in South Africa and Australia. Prior to HardHat and Gold Rhino, Tim was the founder and CEO of OnePlace, a Client Lifecycle Management software built for the Professional Services industry that was acquired by Intapp in 2019. Before Tim entered the technology space, Tim worked in the investment banking industry and also as a technology consultant. Outside of software and rhinos, Tim is a fanatic of cricket, rugby union, and Formula 1.

Nicholas Beech,

Special Counsel, King & Wood Mallesons

Nicholas Beech is a dispute resolution lawyer with specialist skills in occupational health and safety law. He has a particular focus on risk management, incident management, inquiries, incident related litigation, due diligence advice and awareness and prevention matters, and regularly advises clients in the mining and oil & gas sectors.

David Sinclair,

CRO, HardHat

David Sinclair leads the HardHat’s Sales & Marketing team globally and has proven track record of delivering outstanding results for clients and partners whilst developing a high performing team. Prior to HardHat, David was Senior Director & Regional Vice President for Salesforce.com and was responsible for growing revenue, partnership and launching successful emerging technology companies in APAC. David’s extensive experience in growing technology businesses for SAP, Salesforce and industry vendors such as Citect / Schneider Electric makes him a natural fit to champion customer success at HardHat. David studied a B.S. in Applied Geology and also holds a B. Bus. (Marketing) and a Master of Laws. David is also a Graduate Member of Australian Institute of Company Directors

Key Learning Objectives

  • The changing community and stakeholder expectations around health & safety. Learn how new government legislations are impacting mining operations
  • How technology is enabling distributed teams to work safer, faster and smarter, allowing miners to help meet legislative requirements and manage stakeholder expectations
  • How technology can improve health, safety and risk management practices in your operations without CAPEX investment and zero IT footprint
  • Practical use case scenarios on safety notifications and auditable incident management

Audience

  • Chief Operating Officer
  • Asset and Portfolio Manager
  • Operations Manager
  • Site Manager
  • Technical Manager
  • Chief Financial Officer
  • Chief Marketing Officer
  • Marketing Manager
  • Corporate Marketing
  • Chief Development Officer
  • Project Director
  • Project Manager
  • Chief Data Officer
  • Safety Manager
  • Health and Safety Manager
  • Health and Safety and Environment
  • Stakeholder Manager
  • Legal Counsel
  • Chief Technology Officer
  • Chief Information Officer
  • IT Manager