Addressing Unique Challenges in the Era of COVID-19

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Industries have been affected by COVID-19 in many different ways. Shortages of PPE have made it difficult to obtain supplies for not only healthcare workers but also those who wear PPE for protection against other hazards. There have also been significant logistical challenges in sending workers to remote worksites without access to healthcare and conducting health screening assessments. 

Join Cority's Roberta Smith, Golder's Mike Woods, and Rio Tinto's Fiona Greenhalgh, as they discuss the COVID-19 landscape, what current occupational health screening strategies might be available to employers, and address some of the unique challenges and possible solutions in non-healthcare industries, including risk communication and worker management. Fiona Greenhalgh, Superintendent of Occupational Hygiene at Rio Tinto and a Cority customer, will discuss how to ensure that the PPE employers obtain is equivalent to Australian standards and will effectively protect workers against hazards.

June 18, 2020

10:00 AM - 11:00 AM ACST

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Fiona Greenhalgh, Superintendent Occupational Hygiene, Rio Tinto 

Fiona has over 10 years experience in the field of Occupational Hygiene. She holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree in Accounting, a Master of Science degree in Occupational Hygiene and is a Certified Occupational Hygienist. Her occupational hygiene work has spanned across the mining and manufacturing industries. She currently works for Rio Tinto as the Superintendent Occupational Hygiene covering the Australian East Coast Operations. In this role she oversees the direction of Occupational Hygiene, focusing particularly on exposure reductions. 

Addressing Unique Challenges in the Era of COVID-19

Health screening strategies, worker management, and identifying faulty PPE. 

Roberta Smith, Director of Worker Health, Cority Axion Health 

Roberta has over 20 years of experience in the fields of public health, occupational health, industrial hygiene, safety and infection control.  She holds Bachelor of Science degrees in environmental health and in nursing.  She holds a Master’s of Science in Public Health and certifications in infection control, occupational health nursing specialist, and in industrial hygiene. She currently is the Director of Worker Health for Cority Axion Health, a software company providing solutions for healthcare employee and occupational health clinics. In this role, she leads the review of the clinical content and protocols offered to occupational health clients to ensure compliance with applicable laws and best practices.  


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Mike Woods, EHS Consultant, Golder 

Mike Woods is an experienced EHS Consultant with Golder who specialises in environmental, health and safety services. Mike’s has worked for mining, oil and gas, construction, retail and government sectors. Mike has been involved with the development and review of EHS Management systems in Australia, Africa, Asia and England including project and corporate management systems. Mike is also a certified auditor and has conducted numerous EHS audits and assessments for mining operations, transport operations and processing facilities in Australia and abroad.  He is also an International Cyanide Management Code pre-certified lead auditor and technical specialist for mining and transport.



Tanya Jenke, General Manager, Cority Australia

Tanya is the General Manager for Cority Australia and will be hosting this webinar. In this role Tanya manages and supports Cority's Australian customers. She is a Canadian Registered Safety Professional (CRSP), a Chartered Professional Member of the Safety Institute of Australia (CMPSIA), holds a Diploma of Occupational Health and Safety (DOHS) and is currently pursuing her Ph.D in Occupational Health and Safety. Tanya has over fifteen years of experience in the occupational health and environmental safety field, specializing in Industrial Hygiene.