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A Bachelor of Business graduate and Work Health Safety (WHS) specialist – career to date
has extended both operational & business roles in heavy industry & commercial management.
A self-motivated team player, with a track record that has included:
providing advice / guidance to internal stakeholders regarding (compliance to) WHS Regulatory
developing procedures / risk documents to ensure operational safety, production and compliance
outcomes are met;
initiating & establishing projects;
liaising with stakeholders to get commitment for HS initiatives; &
leading health and safety change in a heavily unionised industry.
Able to offer a highly adaptable skills mix - conversant in the management of WHS budgets,
WHS communication plans & Safety Comm’s delivery given unique blend of Business Marketing
& WHS expertise / experience.
Offering a unique blend of Business Administration & WHS specialisation – from identifying
WHS opportunities that add value to an organisation’s safety journey, to getting stakeholder
support, to developing the plans to implement these.
An engaging communicator who creates stakeholder buy-in through the identification of a
shared sense of purpose.
Focussed analytical decision making.
Project management from business case, to stakeholder engagement and consultation to final
handover (including defining scope, gathering data, formulating plans with SWOT analysis,
completing budgets & managing the ongoing communications through the life of the project).
Collaborating with people from all levels to meet shared objectives.
SIGNIFICANT CAREER ACHIEVEMENTS
Championed the rollout of Contractor Management Procedure (& software system) for national
Developed budgetary forecasting tool to model sales projections for international oil company.
Model used for reporting the Australian division’s sales forecast to head office in the UK.
Established ‘best in class’ events at AFL Club – managed implementation of plans to achieve
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COMMUNITY LIAISON & STAKEHOLDER ENGAGEMENT
Worked with Government & community stakeholders to complete Feasibility Study for the
Solomon Islands Broadcasting Commission. Received Australian Government Award for
Services Offered Abroad.
A conduit to change established safety norms in staunch blue collar workforce – included
collection of qualitative and quantitative data, presenting findings to management & leading
change to increase employee engagement.
Completed Gap Analysis with HSSE Team to establish compliance milestones resulting from
WHS regulatory legislative changes.
Established & facilitated regular meetings with Management and workforce representatives to
drive positive change in a mining environment.
BUSINESS AND TECHNICAL SUPPORT
Developed various systems (using Sharepoint) in partnership with IT subject matter experts and
other key stakeholders to support WHS requirements of operational sites across Australia and in
New Zealand (including WHS Event Management, Contractor Management & the overarching
WHS Management Systems for various sites).
Established Chemwatch to manage all Hazardous Materials brought onto PCBU site.
Developed induction courses for use by workers visiting (or permanently based) at various sites
Identified opportunities to leverage technology capability to enable more effective WHS
communication & performance visibility.
Completed monthly WHS reports for all business units across Australia – information tabled at
monthly Executive Director / Board Meetings.
Analysed data and provided feedback to business regarding performance against (internally)
established WHS strategic pillars.
Re-established Hygiene Monitoring program at mine site – provided regular updates regarding
data results to Site Management.
MANAGEMENT AND WHS SKILLS
Conducted Risk Workshops with operational subject matter experts, HSRs and Senior Leaders
to understand site compliance to WHS - Mining Regulations Chapter 10.
Re-engineered HS forums to ensure opportunity to discuss site based issues were maximised.
Served as an advisor to senior leaders and workgroups to ensure production / costs were
managed without compromising health and safety KPIs.
Championed the safety message onsite – provided a conduit for Senior Leaders to change the
culture from a compliance safety bias to a balance with behavioural safety.
Engaged with stakeholders across the business to develop a Contractor Management Procedure
for all operating sites across Australia and New Zealand. A key contributor in the Project Team
established to develop the system to manage Contractors for the business and roll out training
and reporting requirements to operational sites.
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Alinta Energy 2014 - current
HSE Advisor – Continuous Improvement
Reporting to the Power Generation HSSE Manager, responsible for national:
• Performance measurement and reporting; administer lead and lag indicator reporting.
• Coordinating the AE Safety Improvement planning process, tracking and communications.
• Driving the formation and execution of the Alinta Safety Communication Plan.
• Project delivery in accordance with the H&S Improvement Plan – continually drive improvement
in the areas of people, systems, workplace, culture and leadership.
• Contractor Management. To act as the primary point of contact to assist operations with
contractor pre-qualification processes. To maintain a database of prequalified contractors. To
oversee and coordinate the contractor HSSE management process.
• Provide value-add customer-focussed service, support and advice to line management.
Alinta Energy 2012 - 2014
HS Advisor – Leigh Creek Coalfields
• Reporting to the Site HSSE Manager, responsible for numerous projects including managing
Chemwatch, Hygiene Monitoring, Lead Indicator Reporting, HS forums, Compliance Audits.
• Also involved in rolling out HSE business strategy for a power generation company in a mining
• Active in efforts to engage blue collar workers and align them with the Site’s safety outcomes,
running Toolbox Talks on a regular basis across all workgroups.
Alinta Energy – Production Operator 2005 - 2012
• Operated heavy mining equipment for 6 years in a male dominated workgroup on a continuous
shift roster. Equipment operated included 240t Unit Rig, Graders and Dozers.
• Was recognised at site by Senior Managers for contributions to the health and safety of fellow
workers and given the opportunity to change career path into WHS.
Port Adelaide Football Club – Special Events Manager 2002 – 2004
• Delivering outstanding major events to showcase the Power to major corporate
• Managing & overseeing events (which were attended by in excess of 600 attendees on
average) – annually equating to over 13 000 people across all PAFC Major Events.
• Planning, liaising, managing & coordinating multiple events scheduled within quick
succession of each other.
• Working within Special Events budgetary cost restraints.
• Reporting to General Manager, Marketing regarding the outcomes achieved upon conclusion
of each event.
Solomon Island (SI) Broadcasting Commission 1993 – 1997
Business Development Manager
• Responsible for completing a Feasibility Analysis & Recommendation regarding the establishment of
an FM Radio Band to be broadcast across all major islands in the SIs.
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QUALIFICATIONS AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
BACHELOR OF BUSINESS (MARKETING MAJOR)
University of South Australia
DIPLOMA IN WHS
CERTIFICATIONS ACHIEVED IN:
Incident Lead Investigator Training
MSA Elf Air Sampling/Altair5 Gas Monitoring
MetVet Drug & Alcohol (Certified Tester)
Safety Access: Rail Corridor Training
Safety Leadership Course
Hygiene Monitoring Technician
Chemwatch Management System (Site Administrator)
Chain of Responsibility
MSA Gas & Particulate Monitors
tafeSA Certificate II (Unit Rig/Track Dozer Operations)
Grader Operator (passed out on site)
MS Office Software Suite