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John Toomey

John Toomey

CEO, Wide Awake Wellness Pty Ltd & Global Chair, Global Wellness Institute’s Workplace Wellbeing initiative

John has explored, studied, and taught Wellness since 1984. Starting out with a degree in Physical Education and Masters Degree studies in Applied Nutrition, he has followed his curiosity down many paths into the teachings of Yoga, Alternative Medicines, Modern Science, Consciousness Exploration and Elite Athlete preparation.
John has worked in high-performance roles in Professional Sport for 15 years, always exploring the uniqueness of each person, seeking ways in which they may improve.
He has presented over 3000 seminars in the Workplace Wellness Arena, written and published over 500 articles and developed accredited courses in Fitness, Pilates and Wellness.

3:30 pm - 4:00 pm
QME Expo Floor Theatre

Panel discussion: Ensuring mines invest in making workplaces safer

Mining remains a dangerous jobs in the world – with miners exposed to an array of hazards both above and below ground. This may cause serious injury, disability or death. The focus now is to improve worker safety, tackle the hazards, maintain a safety culture, wear personal protection gear, keep equipment in perfect shape, and improve visibility. This panel explores safety management in diverse settings.

  • Key takeaways
  • Tackling fatigue as a pervasive concern within the mining industry
  • Taking a proactive approach, involving comprehensive education and training for employees in fatigue management
  • Assessing the potential of wearable devices to revolutionise workplaces and transform how we live, work, and interact
  • Integrating wearable sensors while focussing on eliminating the hazards and managing worker risk in the challenging mining and industrial environments
  • Clarifying where wearable sensors fit in the injury prevention journey, and reduce body stressing injury
  • Occupational Health & Safety