Acutely attuned to the impact of today’s decisions and priorities on the wellbeing of tomorrow’s workplaces and communities, Bobbie Foot’s expertise and speaking focus remains on the opportunities for new HSE practices possible through digital disruption, data and technology and the challenges they mitigate.
Her delivery style is direct, authoritative and engaging, yet deeply humble.
Queensland Commisioner for Mine Health and Safety - Lead Indicators Workshop, 30th of November 2021
Women of Boards -Legacy Leadership Panel, 30th of November 2021
Women of Boards - Making it Real interview with Bobbie Foot, 6th of September 2021
Rethinking Safety Podcast - Interviewed by Sean Brady, Author of the QLD Industry Fatality Review on how to improve safety within mining, November 2020
Bowen Basin Safety Forum - Psychological Safety : Not just nice but necessary! 18th of October 2020
COVID-19 Regional Radio Interview - Community questions about the pandemic response, 4RAR Radio, 23rd of April 2020
COVID-19 Webinar – Resources sector update: An OHS perspective, AusIMM, 7th of April 2020
The Impact of Mine Closure on Women and Girls- Applying a Social Value Approach, United Nations, Geneva, 8 November 2019
Diesel Particulate, AusIMM February 2018
Delivered to the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe Group of Experts on Coal Mine Methane, Bobbie’s presentation showed how implementing strategies to achieve a gender balanced workforce which includes diverse perspectives in the planning and co-design process can help achieve equitable outcomes for women and girls throughout the mine life cycle.
Workplace of the Future: Growing Mentally Healthy Workplaces means Building a Culture of Care.
Fatigue Risk: Applying Best Practice Fatigue Management in High Risk Environments.
Work Health and Safety Technology: New Directions for Health and Safety in the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
Industrial Hygiene Best Practice – Incorporating industrial hygiene management strategies into your business – Exposures to Pandemics.