SA Professional Development Forum Lunch Session- 22nd November 2018

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South Australian Professional Development Forum

The Australasian Fleet Management Association organises a Professional Development Forum program for South Australia throughout 2018. These forums are an ideal way of staying in touch and with fellow fleet managers, connecting with potential clients, entertaining and reaffirming existing clients or taking the first step in discovering what it is like to be an AfMA Member.

Who Should Attend

Fleet managers, fleet coordinators, fleet administrators and any individual working to manage an organisations vehicles. You should also bring your upper management team, so they’ll be aware of the issues you face and need to plan for in the future.

Come an hear from experts in their field and they will share their knowledge, workplace surveillance in SA by Melissa Harvey from MinterEllison and Road Crime Investigations by Stuart McGregor from Victoria Police.

Topic 1 – The Dangers of Low Level Speeding and the Contribution it Makes to Road Trauma

Presented by: Stuart McGregor Detective Inspector

Being “a good driver” will not stop you or one of your workers dying or killing another road user in a fleet vehicle collision. We have all heard the catch-cry “speed kills” but what is the evidence and what does it mean to the average driver who just goes a little over the speed limit.
Victoria Police’s Stuart McGregor will share his knowledge in this field and his experience from leading Road Crime Investigations

Topic 2 – Legislative Update on Surveillance Act SA

Presented by: Melissa Harvey

The Surveillance Devices Act 2016 (SA), which came into operation on 18 December 2017, overhauls South Australia’s surveillance laws and brings the state in line with other jurisdictions and up-to-date with modern technology. In this session, Melissa Harvey, a Senior Associate in the Human Resources and Industrial Relations team at MinterEllison, will talk through a broad range of modern surveillance devices commonly used to monitor employees and others, which are regulated by the new legislation. She will also discuss key tips on how the risk of hefty penalties under the legislation can be minimised.

Location

Hotel Grand Chancellor Adelaide, Hindley Room 1
65 Hindley Street
ADELAIDE SA 5000

Google Maps Link: https://goo.gl/maps/LxRzdCTHNp92

Times:

12.00pm – Registration, Networking and Coffee

12.25pm – 2.00pm – Lunch and Professional Development Session

Speaker 1 – Stuart McGregor | Detective Inspector Road Crime Investigations | Victoria Police.

Stuart is the Detective Inspector in charge of Road Crime Investigations which includes the Major Collision Investigations Units, Heavy Vehicle Unit and the Heavy Vehicle Crime Investigation Unit.

In 2010 Stuart took on the inspector’s role in the newly developed Road Policing Strategy Division, building a team of experts and delivering projects, plans and strategies designed to reduce trauma on Victorian roads.  Stuart’s current position allows him to draw upon his extensive operational, investigative and corporate background to ensure investigators are supported and resourced to build upon their already outstanding work and making our roads safer.

Speaker 2 – Melissa Harvey | Senior Associate | MinterEllison 

Melissa has worked in house and in private practice. She has employment and safety experience across diverse industry areas including electrical, gas, engineering, mining and manufacturing services, cinema entertainment, social and community services, aged care, allied health and not for profit services and State and local government.

Melissa works with employers in all areas of the employment relationship, including compliance with industrial instruments and Federal and State industrial and safety legislation, performance and behaviour management, terminations of employment and redundancies, award coverage, enterprise bargaining, and executive employment arrangements. She regularly undertakes conciliations and mediations before State and Federal tribunals and courts, conducts employment and safety investigations and delivers workplace training.

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