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Mental Health Summit 2020

October 1 @ 8:30 am - 3:00 pm

                     

Mental Health Summit 2020

Resources and Energy Industry employers across Australia understand the importance of providing workplaces that support and enable the mental health and wellness of our industry’s people. Physical and psychological safety is our number one commitment, and mental health and wellbeing plays a very large and complex part of this focus.

Australia’s Resources and Energy Group, AMMA, in partnership with the Resources & Energy Mental Health Advisory Board is proud to announce the first national summit focused on workforce mental health and wellness for our industry.

The inaugural 2020 Resources and Energy Industry Mental Health Summit will provide a unique gathering of industry professionals to profile, develop industry capability and collaborate on this important aspect of our people and workforce management.

This is a unique opportunity to hear from a range of expert guest speakers while joining forces with industry peers as we delve into the most challenging, but most important area of your organisation – your people.

 

DATE: October 2020 (TBA)
WHERE: Melbourne CBD
TIME:
8.30am to 3.00pm
COST (inc GST): AMMA Member:  $499 pp or $449 pp for 3 or more
Non-Member: $599 pp

ACCOMMODATION:
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A special rate has been organised for this event at Crown Promenade.
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Speakers

Tom Quinn
Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, Broadspectrum

Tom Quinn

Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, Broadspectrum

Prior to joining Broadspectrum, Tom Quinn was Group Vice President of Jacob’s North American Upstream and Midstream business in Canada, managing 7,000 employees.

His senior leadership experience includes Managing Director, Aker Solutions in Australia, and Director of Operations, Fluor Corporation.

Tom’s depth of experience globally includes working in engineering, construction and maintenance enterprises across the manufacturing, mining, oil and gas, food, and chemical industries. His expertise includes leading enterprises underpinned by sustainable and strategic decision-making, acute tactical planning and implementation, while influencing brand marketing and building strong customer relationships.

He has a Bachelor of Engineering (Honours), a Master of Business Administration, is an Associate of the Melbourne Business School, and from 2010 to 2013 he was recognised as one of the top 100 engineers in Australia by Engineers Australia.
Lucinda Brogden AM
Chair, National Mental Health Commission


Lucinda Brogden AM

Chair, National Mental Health Commission

Lucy brings to the Commission extensive experience in psychology and has a strong commitment to helping others and building stronger communities.

Lucy's primary areas of focus are issues facing Mental Health and Wellbeing particularly in the workplace and the community. She takes an evidence based approach to problem solving and social investment.

Lucy has more than 25 years' commercial experience with companies including Macquarie Group and Ernst & Young and more than ten years in organisational psychology. Specifically, Lucy has worked in trusted advisory roles with some of Australia’s leading CEOs, Managing Partners, Ministers and Chairs in investment banking, finance, law and government.
Peta Slocombe
Executive Manager – Capability & Culture, Northern Star Resources

Peta Slocombe

Executive Manager – Capability & Culture, Northern Star Resources

Peta has been practicing in the areas of clinical, organizational and executive psychology for 25 years. She is passionate about conversations that empower individuals and the systems to maximise their potential.

A finalist in Telstra Business Woman of the Year, she has published internationally, held a Senior Vice President role in a US based ASX listed tech company, and founded one of the largest corporate mental health initiatives undertaken.

Peta holds responsibility for high performance, talent ID, leadership development and Northern Star’s culture. Peta also holds executive responsibility for Human Resources.
Linda O'Farrell
Group Manager Fortescue People - Fortescue Metals Group

Linda O'Farrell

Group Manager Fortescue People - Fortescue Metals Group

Linda O’Farrell is a senior executive with extensive experience in the Western Australian resources sector. Linda has shaped people strategy for leading resource companies including Newcrest, BHP, Mount Gibson Iron and since 2013 has led the People and Infrastructure Services teams for Fortescue Metals Group (FMG).

After gaining a Bachelor of Economics (Honours in Industrial Relations) from the University of Western Australia, Linda commenced her career with CCIWA. Moving into the resources sector sparked her interest in leadership development, Aboriginal employment and building workplaces which support people and families.

In 2015 Linda was honoured to be awarded the CME Women in Resources Champion award and has continued to contribute to empowering women through her involvement with Dress for Success WA (2017) and Chief Executive Women. Linda joined the Board of the Australian Institute of Management WA in 2018.
Dr Max Hills
Chief Medical Officer, Chevron Australia


Dr Max Hills

Chief Medical Officer, Chevron Australia

Chief Medical Officer with a demonstrated history of working in the energy industry. Skilled in General Medical Practice, Emergency Medicine, Occupational Health, Safety Management Systems, Health Promotion, Mental Health and Leadership.
Emily DÁlterio
Senior Advisor – Health Safety and Environment, Queensland Bulk Handling

Emily DÁlterio

Senior Advisor – Health Safety and Environment, Queensland Bulk Handling

Experience in leading operational health, safety, security, environment and training across multiple business units and product groups.
John Sheridan
Executive Director Operations - Offshore and Remote, Compass Group

John Sheridan

Executive Director Operations - Offshore and Remote, Compass Group

John Sheridan joined Compass Group in 2014 as Executive Director Operations - Offshore and Remote, responsible for the operational delivery of Compass Group contracts and services across the mining and oil gas sectors within Australia. In 2019 John was appointed as the forum lead for all Compass Group Offshore and Remote services globally.

With over 30 years’ experience in delivering construction and support services in the mining and oil and gas industry, John has worked across the delivery of large-scale multidiscipline projects and the provision of industrial and facility services.

John has a strong combination of strategic and operational management skills having led diverse and complex business teams in organisations in Australia, Europe and South East Asia.

A strategic thinker and effective implementer, he has championed a range of start-up, turnaround and growth-oriented plans that have delivered strong business growth and improvement in challenging environments.

John has championed the Compass Group Australia mental health initiative - #gotyourback and is passionate about safety, people development and diversity in the resources industry.
Val Madsen
General Manager Human Resources, St Barbara Limited

Val Madsen

General Manager Human Resources, St Barbara Limited

Val joined St Barbara in September 2013. A member of the Executive Leadership Team, she leads the Human Resources and Health, Safety, Environment and Community functions.

With a Masters in Education and a number of other business qualifications and accreditations, Val has particular experience in organisational development, training and development, diversity and employee engagement.

Prior to joining St Barbara, Val worked for Newcrest Mining and has extensive experience in Human Resources.
Dr Kate Manderson
B Med Sci, MBBS (hons), DAvMed, MPH, FRACGP, FACAsM, GAICD, RAeS, CMDR RANR

Dr Kate Manderson

B Med Sci, MBBS (hons), DAvMed, MPH, FRACGP, FACAsM, GAICD, RAeS, CMDR RANR

Dr Kate Manderson’s career in medicine as a GP, medical educator, examiner and business owner/ operator has evolved in close synergy with aerospace and aviation medicine. Commander in rank, she remains affiliated with aerospace/ aviation through her work with RAAF; as well as working in her capacity as President/ Chair of ASAM and as a Director/ Chair of Australia College of Aerospace Medicine, she liaises with organisations such as CASA and ATSI with a focus on human factors to improve safety outcomes for individuals and entities involved in aviation and aerospace.

As a General Practitioner, Dr Manderson has always had a particular interest in Mental and Women’s Health. Her genuine interest in quality of human life is further evidenced in her holding the position of Chair of Lifeline Shoalhaven, where amongst a multitude of responsibilities, she is involved in monthly suicide prevention collaboratives for the Shoalhaven region.
James Maskey
Police and Emergency Services Engagement Manager, Beyond Blue

James Maskey

Police and Emergency Services Engagement Manager, Beyond Blue

James Maskey tirelessly promotes the positive mental health of emergency service personnel across Australia. James is the National Engagement Manager of the Beyond Blue Police and Emergency Services Program. In this position, James maintains close relationships with all emergency service agencies across the country, keeping up to date with their policies and programs, influencing change at a state and national level and presenting at conferences, forums and seminars about the world first research Beyond Blue has conducted in this sector.

James is also a retired front-line Queensland Police Officer with a service history including General Duties and the Child Protection & Investigation Unit. In 2013 James was diagnosed with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. In 2015, James made the difficult but empowering decision to resign from the Queensland Police Service to reclaim his mental health.

In March 2020, James was listed as one of the 25 most inspiring and influential people in the social economy for 2019, winning one of the Pro Bono Australia Impact 25 Awards for 2019.

As a world record holder and ultra-endurance athlete, James has represented Australia on the world stage in ultra-marathon running, raising funds for mental health organisations. He passionately strives to challenge mental health stigma and encourages help-seeking behaviours.

James is dedicated to the change the stigma that surrounds mental health, raise the profile of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and support those who endure mental health challenges to seek the support of professionals who can help them recover.

Sarah Cuscadden
Group HSE Manager, PROBUILD

Sarah Cuscadden

Group HSE Manager, PROBUILD

Program

 

Session

Time

Topic

Details

 

REGISTRATION

 

8.30-9.00am

 

Tea & Coffee on arrival

 

Session 1

 

9.00-9.15am

 

Welcome
Mental Health Statement

Session 2 9.15-10.00am Industry Leadership Industry Leaders open the Summit with executive leadership perspective and company insights
 

Session 3

 

10.00-10.45am

 

Mental Health in Australia Masterclass

 

Panel of Australia’s pre-eminent Mental Health and Wellness professionals guide though workforce research and programs.

 

MORNING TEA

 

10.45-11.15am

 

Session 4

 

11.15-12.00pm

 

Industry Mental Health and Wellness Leaders

 

Panel of Resources and Energy Industry’s leading Mental Health and Wellness senior leaders share their insights and company specific case studies.

Session 5 12.00-12.45pm Related Industries – Case Studies and Progress Panel of leaders from related industries provide examples of how their industry and organisations have progressed in providing mentally healthy workplaces.
 

LUNCH

 

12.45-1.10pm

 

Concurrent 1a

 

1.10-1.55pm

 

Reasons, Rights & Responsibilities

 

A current look at relevant legislation, regulation and research as it pertains to your organisation, your leaders and your workforce.

Concurrent 1b 1.10-1.55pm Managing Internal/External Comms Focus on essential internal and external communications – proactive and reactive.
Concurrent 1c 1.10-1.55pm Regional & Remote Mental Health Exploring the differences and recent research in workforce and community mental health and wellness in regional and remote communities and operations.
Concurrent 2a 2.00-2.45pm Program Design & Return on Investment Hear from industry peers on program design, case studies and how return on investment and program efficacy is measured.
Concurrent 2b 2.00-2.45pm Managing Employee Assistance Programs (EAP) Learn how other organisations have selected, reviewed and assessed the value of external EAP providers.
Concurrent 2c 2.00-2.45pm Workforce Mental Health Research The lastest research explained and discussed – bringing you the most recent data and insight.
 

CLOSE

 

2.50-3.00pm

 

Resources and Energy Industry Mental Health Statement

 

Companies are invited to commit to the industry statement to generate awareness of the Resources and Energy industry’s commitment to workforce mental health and wellness.

 


Australia’s Resources and Energy Industry Mental Health Statement

The Australian Resources & Energy Industry is committed to support and enable the mental health and wellbeing of our people and communities.

As an industry, we strive to create mentally healthy workplaces for all people within our workplaces and the communities in which we operate.

We recognise the important responsibility we hold as employers and community members to continually improve the awareness of mental health, reduce the associated stigma and provide meaningful support.

Resources and Energy employers are invited to be signatories. The statement will generate awareness of our industries commitment to workforce mental health and wellness. Please contact AMMA via [email protected] if you would like your organisation to be a signatory to the statement.

 


                     

Details

Date:
October 1
Time:
8:30 am - 3:00 pm
Website:
http:///mental-health-summit-2020/