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Workplace Health and Safety Advisory Council : Workplace Health and Safety Act Annual report 2010 - 2011

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Title

Workplace Health and Safety Advisory Council : Workplace Health and Safety Act Annual report 2010 - 2011

Other title

Workplace Health and Safety Adviosry Committee

Collection

NTWorkSafe reports; Reports; PublicationNT

Date

2011

Notes

Date:2011; Workplace Health and Safety Act

Language

English

Subject

Industrial safety committees -- Northern Territory -- Periodicals; Industrial safety -- Northern Territory -- Periodicals; Northern Territory. Workplace Health and Safety Advisory Council -- Periodicals

Publisher name

Workplace Health and Safety Advisory Council

Place of publication

Darwin

Copyright owner

Check within Publication or with content Publisher.

Parent handle

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/241911

Citation address

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/613413

Page content

12/01/2012 Workplace Health & Safety Advisory Council Annual Report 2010-11 page 6 The Chair - Current Chris Young NT Chamber of Commerce and Industry Mr Young is the Executive Officer of the NT Chamber of Commerce and Industry and was the nominated representative for this employer organisation which represents a wide range of industry employers. The Members - Current Laurene Hull NT WorkSafe Ms Hull is the Executive Director of NT WorkSafe. Ms Hull was previously a solicitor in private practice and has worked for Government for the past seven years. She is a member of Safe Work Australia, which is responsible for the national harmonisation of occupational health and safety laws. Louise Bilato Australian Trucking Association Ms Bilato is the Executive Officer for the Australian Trucking Association, representing all major transport employers in the NT. Ms Bilato has worked for many years in the road transport industry both in a training and advisory role. Justine Luders-Searle Shop Distributive and Allied Workers Union Ms Luders-Searle is a former union representative of the Shop Distributive and Allied Workers Union who has a keen interest in occupational health and safety matters. She is now representing the Transport Workers Union. Ms Luders-Searle was appointed Deputy Chair of the Workplace Health and Safety Advisory Council on 26 February 2010. Heinz Schmitt National Tertiary Education Union Mr Schmitt is an experienced Industrial Officer with the National Tertiary Education Union and is located at Charles Darwin University. Mr Schmitt was nominated by Unions NT. Michael Huddy Construction, Forestry, Mining and Energy Union. Mr Huddy is the NT Organiser of Construction, Forestry Mining and Energy Union. Mr Huddy has experience with Occupational Health and Safety and Workers Compensation in the construction and mining sectors. Matthew Gardner Liquor, Hospitality and Miscellaneous Union Mr Matthew Gardiner is the Secretary of the NT Branch for the Liquor, Hospitality and Miscellaneous Union (LHMU), now known as United Voice. In the Northern Territory, the United Voice represents a diverse range of industries including Hospitality, Health and Aged Care, Mining, Manufacturing, Childrens Services, and Property Services. Kate Peake Northern Territory Horticulture Association. Ms Kate Peake is the Executive Officer of the Northern Territory Horticulture Association. The NT Horticulture Association is the peak representative body for horticulture in the NT, and represents horticulture enterprises in Darwin, Katherine, Alice Springs and the areas surrounding these regions. Peter Stewart Northern Territory Division of the Minerals Council of Australia Mr Peter Stewart is the Executive Director of the Northern Territory Division of the Minerals Council of Australia (MCA). The MCA is the peak industry body representing Australias exploration, mining and minerals processing industry. Jerry Tyszkiewicz Master Builders Association Mr Jerry Tyszkiewicz is the OH &S Manager and nominee of Master Builders Association NT. Jerry has a number of years experience in occupation health and safety, and training and assessment. Mark Crossin


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