TAS 15th March 2018 Session

$30.00

The Australasian Fleet Management Association organises a Professional Development Forum program for Tasmania throughout 2017. This event kicks off with a light meal and follows with discussions on topics chosen by the Chapter Committee based on members needs. They are an ideal way of staying abreast of topical issues, networking 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. We encourage you to contact the office if you have any questions about this eve

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Tasmanian Professional Development Forums

The Australasian Fleet Management Association organises a Professional Development Forum program for Tasmania throughout 2018. This event kicks off with a light meal and follows with discussions on topics chosen by the Chapter Committee based on members needs. They are an ideal way of staying abreast of topical issues, networking 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. We encourage you to contact the office if you have any questions about this event.

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.

Topic – Understanding HUMAN BEHAVIOURS is the “new black”.

Presented by Phil Enright

Come along and network with industry experts and like-minded fleet professionals in Tasmania.

The function will be headed by keynote speaker Phil Enright who will address the basic cause of most incidents and present insights into mitigating the numerous risks associated with Fleet Management.

The current demands on fleet managers varies from accounting and telematics to the management of drivers, maintenance and fuel.  They are expected to improve safety whilst reducing cost and complying with legislation.  “where to begin?”

Most companies will have some level of risk knowledge, but for the Fleet Manager understanding risk goes beyond the basics.

This presentation is designed to challenge your thought process and to hopefully give you a new perspective.

“did you know that 98% of all incidents are caused by people?”

“and over 90% of the actions that led to an incident were intentional?”

Location

Hobart City Council Town Hall, Conference Room, accessed from the Elizabeth St Parking Deck

7 Elizabeth Street, Hobart 7000

Google Map Link: https://goo.gl/maps/np7ijPPRK9y

Times:

12.00pm – 2.00pm

Speaker – Phil Enright | Director | PLAN B CCIS (Crisis, Continuity and Investigative Services)

Phil is a Health & Safety professional with over 30 years’ experience in ‘high hazard’ operational and leadership roles. Born in Detroit, Michigan, USA and attended university in Chicago, Illinois (BGS-Psychology), he has also spent most of his adult life in the United States Navy as an Air Traffic Controller and Aviator with over 2,500 hours in the Lockheed P3 Orion including combat missions during “Operations Desert Storm”.

Moving to Australia in the early 90s, Phil commenced working in the oils and gas sector as an Health, Safety, Security & Environmental (HSSE) Leader, Crisis Manager and Senior Incident Investigator.

Now as the Director, Phil enjoys the advantages of running the company and also allowing him to work closely with numerous companies as well as continuing various research and development projects.

Phil describes himself as a: …consulting investigator and crisis manager…specializing in deductive reasoning, risk interpretation and process application.

PLEASE NOTE: All Times and Prices are subject to change on confirmation of location and venue.

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