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AIDGC/WHSQ HAZCHEM SEMINAR 2022

AIDGC/WHSQ HAZCHEM SEMINAR: 21st October 2022

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Registration

Register online with Humanitix

Please email info@aidgc.org.au if you have any questions or need alternative registration options.

Program

8:00 Registration
8:30 Welcome Address
Grant Hastie – Director, Hazardous Chemicals Unit,
Workplace Health and Safety Queensland
Session 1
8:40
Overview – Current State of Play – Hazchems in Qld
Grant Hastie – Director, Hazardous Chemicals Unit,
Workplace Health and Safety Queensland
Session 2
9:10
Overview of Planning Legislation in QLD related to Hazchems
DA Division – Department of State Development, Infrastructure,
Local Government and Planning
Session 3
9:40
Brisbane City Council (BCC) – A Local Government Perspective
and Related Policies Expectations

Kalpesh Kalaria – Senior Program Officer, Chemical Hazards, Brisbane City Council
10:10 to 10:30 Morning Tea
Session 4
10:30
SARA triggers, Form 69 and State Code 21 – Expectations for PHA/QRA and Reports and Feedback
Brian Krieger and Ben Fleming – Major Hazard Facilities Unit, Workplace Health and Safety Queensland
Session 5
11:10
A Consultant’s Perspective – Hazchem Consultant
Frank Mendham – Mendham Consultants, AIDGC President
Session 6
11:30
Consultant/Developer Perspective: Locating and Building Dangerous Goods Facilities – From Concept Through to Delivery
Lachlan Macgregor – Director, Development Directive
Session 7
12:00
Discussion Panel
Frank Mendham – Mendham Consultants, AIDGC President
12:20 to 1:00 Lunch Break
Session 8
1:00
Hydrogen Industry Development in Queensland – An Overview
Shoena Messner – Director, Major Hazard Facilities Unit,
Workplace Health and Safety Queensland
Session 9
1:30
Hydrogen – A Process Safety Perspective
Delene Kock – Principal, Asset Management and Performance,
Aurecon, AIDGC Member
Session 10
2:00
Hazchem Regulations and Managing Risk ‘So far as is practicable’
Peter Matthews – Director (Legal) Electrical Safety Office and Scott Rogers, Chief
Advisor, Hazardous Chemicals Unit, Workplace Health and Safety Queensland
2:50 to 3:10 Afternoon Tea
Session 11
3:10
Specific Hazchem Regulations, Expectations and Feedback (notifications, manifests, abandoned u/g tanks, emergency plans, fire & explosion prevention)
Grant Hastie – Director, Hazardous Chemicals Unit, Workplace Health
and Safety Queensland
Session 12
3:40
Fuel Industry Technical Talk
Keith Sharp – TFA Project Group, AIDGC member
Session 13
4:10
Summary and Closing Remarks – Feedback and Next Steps
Grant Hastie – Director, Hazardous Chemicals Unit, Workplace Health and Safety Queensland. Frank Mendham – Mendham Consultants, AIDGC President
4:30 Closing

Accommodation and travel details

The venue does not offer accommodation, but alternative options are available nearby. Contact info@aidgc.org.au for more information.

VICTORIA PARK BRISBANE

  • 309 Herston Road, Herston, QLD, 4006
  • E: info@aidgc.org.au
  • T: 07 3252 0666

Getting there and parking

Car/Taxi

From Brisbane CBD or Eastern Suburbs – Head via the M3 to Gilchrist Ave in Herston, take the Herston Rd exit from M3.

From Northern Suburbs – Head via Enoggera Rd or Lutwyche Rd.

Victoria Park is less than a 10-minute drive from the CBD by car and offers complimentary parking for all guests.

Travel by Bus/ Train
Visit the website for more information: https://victoriapark.com.au/contact/