Aon participates in a variety of sector-specific conferences and exhibitions as well as holding regular briefings, webinars and training on key topical issues.
Please find below a list of our upcoming events.
|21 November 2018
Balancing Risk and Reward
At this event, we will hear from Michael Burke; Aon's global Chief Executive Officer, Talent, Rewards & Performance. He will explore some of the recent events in financial incentivisation, risk culture and the benefits of setting the tone from the top. He will also delve into how we need to be keeping people engaged so they are acting in the best interest of your business.
|22 November 2018
Directors and Officers – what future regulations can we expect?
With the Royal Commission into Misconduct in the Banking Superannuation and Financial Services Industry taking 'front page' for much of this year, directors and officers will be watching Commissioner Haynes with great interest when he hands down his recommendations.
|28 November 2018
Webinar: ISO 45001 – Getting Ready for the New Standard for OHS Management Systems
The seminar will provide an overview of the key changes associated with ISO 18001 and AS/NZS 4801 and highlight the areas practitioners should focus on to ensure they comply with this standard.
|4 December 2018
Webinar: Sharing War Stories on Pollution and Contamination - Mistakes and Tips
PFAS, Asbestos, illegal waste disposal – contamination and pollution are in the news. How do you know what you don’t know. Companies may not fully realise the consequences that can arise from legacy contamination or a pollution incident. Join, Cami Mok, Head of Environmental Services Group at Aon and Kylie Lloyd, Director, Site Auditor at Zoic Environmental as they share their experiences and provide insight into how these risks can be managed.
Aon events are intended for our clients, colleagues and invitees, as appropriate, and kindly request that competitors refrain from attending. At all times, Aon reserves the right to confirm registration and deny entry to those who are not our intended audience. We thank you for your understanding.