23rd February 2022 | 5.30PM | Harewood Golf Club
We are fortunate to have secured 3 professional presenters for our first workshop for 2022, and invite you to join us on February 23rd for what will be a very informative evening across a range of health related topics, including an update on the latest Covid developments from a legal perspective.
Amanda Douglas, Partner at Wynn Williams will discuss the legislation around Covid and the ongoing impacts that this pandemic has.
Senior clinician Rachael Rowberry will cover a range of health related topics.
Dr Mary Obele, who is a friend of CCNZ Canterbury/Westland, will give insights on the latest COVID Developments.
Pressured by Covid please RSVP early so we have a good indication on numbers.
By booking this event, you are accepting that you will be required to show your 'My Vaccine Pass' upon entry to the venue.
Please read more about the presenters below.
Amanda leads the Employment and Health and Safety practice at Wynn Williams.
Amanda regularly advises on health and safety matters. She provides advice on health and safety compliance to a number of organisations. Amanda also defends Health and Safety prosecutions. Amanda regularly presents at conferences and seminars on employment, and health and safety matters.As a member of the national Dispute Resolution Team, Amanda also draws on her experience in the areas of Resource Management, Local Government and Relationship Property to resolve disputes.
Amanda will update us on the legislation around Covid and the ongoing impacts that this pandemic has on the industry and not only.
Rachael has a special interest in pain management and currently leads the pain service for PHYSIOSOUTH which we have rebranded THRIVE. Muscle imbalance, core stability programs , acupuncture and manual therapy are what Rachael enjoys using daily in her physio practice.
As a keen runner Rachael enjoys working with running injuries, tailoring programs and also passing on injury prevention education to local sports clubs that she is involved with.
Dr. Mary Obele
Dr Mary Obele loves big machines and being on worksites, and has specialised in Occupational and Environmental Health in this sector for many years.
Working both locally and internationally, Dr Mary does medical assessments for various industries, advises on hazards and risks, consults for governments and organisations, lectures at universities and trains new doctors.
Dr Mary Obele is a friend of CCNZ Canterbury/Westland and will join us to give insights on the latest COVID Developments.
Finger food provided courtesy of CCNZ Canterbury/Westland.
There will also be plenty of opportunity for networking pre and post presentation.
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See you all very soon, stay safe!