Tracey has extensive experience in Manufacturing environments with senior roles in Human Resources, Work Health and Safety and Workers’ Compensation Management.

She has been part of Ai Group’s national team focusing on Work Health and Safety and Workers’ Compensation since July 2001.  She undertakes some consulting services, predominantly in workers compensation with a focus on premiums, and delivers Ai Group’s workers’ compensation related training programs.  She supports the consulting team by keeping them informed of the policy and representation work that is underway at Safe Work Australia and in individual jurisdictions across Australia.

A major focus of Tracey’s current role in Ai Group is to ensure that member views and interests, related to WHS and workers’ compensation, are communicated to government, regulators, and other relevant bodies, when legislative and policy changes are being considered, and to initiate change where appropriate.  She holds the Ministerial appointment for Ai Group as a member of Safe Work Australia and the Asbestos Safety and Eradication Council. Tracey also participates in Safe Work Australia strategic working groups and in state-based consultation with WHS and workers’ compensation regulators and workers’ compensation scheme managers. She has an in depth understanding of WHS/OHS and workers’ compensation laws across Australia, which she combines with her industry experience to provide members with practical information and advice about their obligations, to aid compliance and assist businesses to achieve best practice.

Tracey has a Bachelor of Business, a Master of Applied Science (OHS) and a Certificate IV in Workplace Assessment and Training and is a certified Mental Health First Aider.

Tracey maintains the following professional memberships: Chartered Professional Member, Safety Institute of Australia; and Certified Professional, Australian Human Resources Institute.

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This award will be based on the following criteria:

  • Application and relevance across the Air Compressor industry ( can a broad number of members and or compressor users benefit from the initiative?) 10 points
  • Quality of the presentation (written submission and presentation) 5 points
  • How good is the safety initiative? How well does it improve safety? 20 points
  • Is the safety initiative unique and clever? 5 points

The winner will be announced at the CAAA Annual General meeting on Thursday 21st September.

Members who demonstrate they have introduced the best system, work procedure or tooling idea that improves the safety of the Compressed Air industry should apply.

Closing date will be Close of Business Monday 21st August.

We look forward to seeing you at the AGM and awarding the inaugural award!!

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