The 2015 CFMEU Health and Safety Survey is now open!

Your health and safety at work matters. That’s why we want to hear your views on workplace health and safety.

Your experience and knowledge help to shape our programs and campaigns and ensure that we focus on issues that are important to you. To achieve this, we are asking workers from across the industry to complete the 2015 CFMEU Health and Safety Survey.

The survey takes approximately 6 minutes to complete and results will be published and reported at the 2015 Pulp and Paper Industry Health and Safety Conference in November this year.

To complete the survey, please click here

The 2015 Pulp and Paper Industry Health and Safety Conference


The 2015 Pulp and Paper Industry Health and Safety Conference will be held on 11 and 12 November 2015 at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre. To register for program details, please contact us at [email protected] The theme for this year’s conference is ‘Improving Health and Safety in the Lean Manufacturing Industry’. This year we are proud to welcome Rachael Robertson and Sonny Coleiro as our Key Note Speakers.


2 - Rachael RobertsonRachael Robertson

Author and Former Antarctic Expedition Leader

After working as a leader in the corporate sector for 15 years, Rachael Robertson became the 2nd female expedition leader to the Davis Station in Antarctica. During the 12 month expedition, she was responsible for the welfare of the 18 members of her team in one of the harshest environments on Earth. Through her experience, Rachael speaks with authority on the necessary skills leaders need to face challenges in every situation.


3 - Sonny ColeiroSonny Coleiro

Director, Safety Passion

Sonny has over 40 years experience managing complex industries where a high degree of awareness is critical. As Sonny progressed through management roles, his responsibilities included the management of forestry holdings and mills in Victoria, Queensland and the ACT and leadership positions within Amcor Australia. Sonny's passion for Best Practice Safety continues today as Director of Safety Passion.