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Darren Philip

Darren Philip

Managing Director, A2O Consulting Pty Lt

Darren grew up in a business-driven family which gave him early insight into the business world. He was exposed to the highs and the lows. He studied Law and came to understand that his passion was problem solving.
He did the Articles of Clerkship at a family law practice then moved over to government, he ran a specialist team of legislative insolvency, building and construction subject matter experts. After 20 years of navigating the bureaucracy of government, he decided he was due for a change of direction, so he started his own consulting firm. He specialises in the building and construction industry along with providing funding solutions to small to medium businesses. He does a lot of work for insolvency practitioner's in determining the causation of a financial failure.
He has taken the problem-solving skills that he has developed over the years of seeing financial failures in the building industry and apply those skills to assist businesses that need help. He specialises in helping those that are great at applying their trade but, struggle at running their own business. Sometimes the best builder is the worst business operator and that is where he comes in.
Problem solving is what he excels at, if you have a problem, he can provide the solution.

12:00 pm - 12:30 pm
QME Expo Floor Theatre

Panel discussion: Safely and effectively removing feral animals – EPA & Biosecurity

Feral animals are a perennial problem facing mines – both operational and abandoned - which can wreak havoc across sites, and surrounding areas, including farms and communities. This panel showcases recent feral animal programs at Jellinbah Mining and Yarrabee (Yancoal) in Central Qld. Panellists share key learnings regarding assess active mine or quarry sites, identifying & eliminating risks, quantifying outcomes and applying ongoing monitoring methodologies.

Key takeaways:

  • Demonstrating compliance with meeting bio-security obligations within the mining sector
  • How to structure Workplace Risk Assessment and Control (WRAC) Risk Assessment & Mitigation for programs
  • Ongoing management of feral animals via integrated vertebrate animal action plan
  • Incorporating high-res thermal drone technology for monitoring and assisting control programs
  • Benefits to Community Engagement and Good Neighbour policy
  • Occupational Health & Safety