Managing Property Risks Are you aware of the key property risk exposures and how these risks can potentially impact on your business? Do you have an up to date understanding of the legislative requirements and industry standards in relation to property risks? Would you like to have the knowledge, skill, techniques and practical experience to effectively fulfil your responsibilities and successfully manage key property risk exposures? The trend towards performance based legislation has This comprehensive 3 day course is designed to increase highlighted the role of risk management to effectively control your awareness of key property risk exposures and how key property risks. It is therefore vital that those involved in these can be managed to minimise adverse impacts. The property management have an understanding of how to course is delivered by Noel Arnold & Associates, a leading apply risk management principles to effectively manage risk management consulting firm, with more than 20 years property risk exposures. experience in providing services to the property industry. During the course you will hear from a range of practising industry experts who will outline key issues and strategies for consideration. Topics 3. Contractor Management - Legal obligations and potential liabilities Day 1 - Integrating OH&S considerations in selecting, engaging 1. Property Risk Management and managing contractors - Introduction to risk management and application of risk - Monitoring contractor OH&S performance management techniques. 2. Hazardous Materials - Types of hazardous materials (asbestos, lead, PCBs etc) - Legislative requirements and risk control approaches - Tour of asbestos laboratory. 3. Cooling Towers and Legionella Control (day 1 and 2) - Legionella risk factors, cooling tower management, legislative requirements - Undertaking risk assessments and developing risk management plans - Site visit to inspect cooling tower and develop a risk management plan (AS / NZS 4360:2004) Day 2 1. Special Risk Locations Duration - Working at heights, confined spaces, permit systems The course is run over three consecutive days and is available on a daily basis allowing attendance at one, two - Radio frequency radiation hazards or three days (please ensure you select the days you will 2. Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) be attending on this registration form). - IAQ parameters, industry standards and their application, mould and bacterial concerns Who Should Attend? 3. Land Contamination and Underground Storage Tanks (USTs) - Facility & Property Managers - USTs and contamination risk issues - Building Owners - Legislative requirements and industry standards - OHS&E Managers - UST management strategies - Building Maintenance Supervisors - Asset Managers Day 3 - Architects & Designers 1. Public Liability - Outline of public liability issues and legislative Course Approach framework The course is designed to be highly interactive with - Incident prevention principles practical activities, inspections and multi-media - Providing safety solutions to the public through a risk presentations. We have assembled a dynamic team of management approach industry experts to present different topics covered throughout the program. The course is limited to a 2. Fire Safety and Emergency Response maximum of 20 participants to encourage interaction - Legal obligations between participants, promote the sharing of ideas and allow for specific areas of interest to be explored in greater - The benefits of fire engineering design depth. - Emergency preparedness and maintenance of fire safety systems and essential services Benefits Tricia’s work has included the development of Occupational Health & Safety Management Systems covering Contractor - Understanding of the risk profile and issues relevant to Safety Management, Manual Handling, Accident and your portfolio. Incident reporting, Hazard Identification and Risk - Awareness of the legislative drivers and requirements Management. to manage property risks. William Meszaros - Ability to follow a systematic approach to implementing more effective risk control strategies. William is a qualified Environmental Scientist with more than 15 years experience specialising in the assessment and management of contaminated land. Presenters William has managed a range of property related environmental projects throughout The course draws on the expertise and experience of a Australia including due diligence range of speakers currently consulting in each specific topic assessments, statutory audits and contaminated land area. Profiles of the key presenters are given below. remediation projects. William’s practical experience and knowledge has proven to be invaluable with regard to Ian Williams managing the significant liabilities associated with Ian is a highly experienced environmental underground storage tanks. professional with more than 18 years experience and qualifications in Ennio Bianchi environmental science and industrial Ennio has professional qualifications in hygiene. Ian has a strong regulatory structural/ civil engineering and has worked background having worked with the as a structural and civil engineer at various Victorian Environment Protection Authority engineering consultancies. Since joining (EPA) for 10 years prior to consulting in a broad range of Noel Arnold & Associates in 1990, Ennio property risk areas including environmental management, has been involved with a broad range of asbestos, cooling towers and indoor air quality for the past occupational health and safety and 8 years. Ian provides specific insight into the management environmental consulting in both technical and of cooling towers and is an approved cooling tower auditor management systems. Ennio has written papers on appointed by the Victorian Department of Human Services. contractor management and risk management and has recently presented as a keynote speaker at the University Elissa Fazio of Padova in Italy, and the International Conference on the Elissa is a chemical engineer with a post Protection of Structures against Hazards. graduate diploma in Fire Safety and Risk Engineering and is Vice President of the Society of Fire Safety. Elissa has recently completed a Masters by Research in Fire Noel Arnold and Associates Safety Engineering on the effectiveness Noel Arnold & Associates provide a broad range of Property of stairwell pressurization systems. At Risk Management services that are designed to deliver Noel Arnold & Associates, Elissa has conducted building cost effective and practical management strategies for fire safety and risk audits for property managers, reviewed property owners and managers. A key focus of the services fire engineering designs and conducted system are to ensure that there is a clear understanding of the performance assessments, i.e. determined the performance compliance requirements and risk issues associated with level of fire safety systems in buildings including sprinklers the operation of an individual facility or for an entire and smoke control systems. She has particular expertise in portfolio. Risk Management activities are established and the area of fire engineering design and the cost and implemented to protect people, property and the performance benefits that may be derived from this environment and ensure consistent management of approach. property risks. Tricia Moritz Tricia has a practical appreciation and detailed understanding of property risk exposures having worked as a Health and Safety professional in the Property/ Facility Management area for 5 years prior to consulting in Occupational Health & Safety Management for the past 5 years. Testimonials knowledge gained over the three days through discussion. The course now forms a core component of the training “The course was very practical and I found the trainers’ provided to our operations personnel.” wealth of real experience most valuable. I would highly Mark Baldwin, National Property Operations Manager - recommend the course to anyone who is required to Retail, The GPT Group manage risks as part of their job.” Andy Giancoulas, National Risk & Compliance Manager, Jones Lang LaSalle Locations, Venues, Dates and Times “The course was well-focused and I was impressed with the detail and relevance of information. It was clear the presenters have a wealth of experience and hold a genuine enthusiasm for their work. I can recommend this course to NSW all Facility Management practitioners.” Venue: Noel Arnold and Associates, Training Centre, Level 2, 11-17 Khartoum Road, Greg O’Keefe, Regional Operations Manager - NSW and North Ryde, Sydney Victoria, Lend Lease Retail Date: 4-6 March, 8.30 am to 4.30 pm 20-22 May, 8.30 am to 4.30 pm “The speakers were all very knowledgeable and provided valuable information on risk control strategies I could QLD personally use in my role”. Venue: Noel Arnold and Associates, Training Centre, Brad Lord, OHS Manager, CB Richard Ellis Asset Level 4, 301 Coronation Drive, Milton, Brisbane Services Date: 14-16 May 8.30 am to 4.30 pm “I found the course content extremely relevant, and would VIC thoroughly recommend the course to other Property Venue: Noel Arnold and Associates, Level 3, 818 Managers.” Whitehorse Road, Box Hill Date: 4-6 March, 8.30 am to 4.30 pm Chris Crawford, Building Services Operations Manager, 27-29 May, 8.30 am to 4.30 pm Goodman International “I enjoyed the course it was a good balance of theory and practical content. I think anybody managing property would benefit from attending the NAA course”. Clint Sears, National Compliance Manager, Resolve FM “Being able to attend the course on individual days over three courses made it easier to find the time. I thoroughly enjoyed the practical nature of the course” Peter Kay, Managing Director, Event Alliance International “For a few years now we have encouraged our Operations people to attend the 3 Day NA&A Risk Course. The course covers the essential elements of risk exposure, legislative compliance and good management practice relevant to our needs. The course is facilitated by experienced specialists within each subject area and its attendance by a broad range of people from within the industry adds to the Managing Property Risks To Register To register simply fill in your details and fax to Stacey Vassiliadis on 03 9640 0374 or phone 03 8641 6610. Please complete a separate registration form for each participant. Registration Form / Tax Invoice (Please retain as this represents a tax invoice. 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