1. Sydney International Boat Show
All Aboard! The Sydney International Boat Show is back – July 28 to August 1, 2022. TICKETS ON SALE NOW!
About This Event
Date – 28 July
Day – Thursday
Time – 10:00 AM
Location – ICC Sydney & Cockle Bay, Darling Harbour, 14 Darling Drive, Sydney, NSW 2000, Australia
The Sydney International Boat Show, held in the centre of Darling Harbour over five unforgettable days and nights, will return in 2022 for its 53rd edition to restore its legendary status as one of the largest maritime lifestyle events in the Pacific.
You can check out the most cutting-edge boating, watercraft, and maritime technology at the Sydney International Boat Show, which will feature everything from paddleboards to power cruisers, sailboats to superyachts. It’s a celebration that absolutely everyone can enjoy with a jaw-dropping lineup of activities and experiences in one breathtaking setting. From July 28 to August 1, clear your schedule and be inspired by all things aquatic.
Buy your tickets right away!
At the Sydney International Boat Show, we are proud to present The Harbour Lounge, our newest luxury district.
This is an unparalleled VIP experience. The Harbour Lounge, a 60-meter superyacht, is situated on The Jackson and will provide a taste of real indulgence in Cockle Bay’s boat show district.
With all-day access to 5-star meals, premium beverages, live entertainment, and a variety of upscale boutique tasting experiences, you can take in the Darling Harbour boat show in style while admiring the magnificent vessels on display there.
The Harbour Lounge is the perfect place to host clients or spend an amazing evening with friends because it gives visitors a quiet retreat and a taste of superyacht living.
The Harbour Lounge precinct offers spectators a unique on-water viewing position to take in all the action for the first time in the 53-year history of the event.
BUY YOUR TICKETS ONLINE TO SAVE & WIN!
To save money & win, purchase tickets online! General admission single-day early bird tickets are available online starting at $25. Children under the age of 16 are admitted free.
Prior to the performance, when you purchase your tickets online, you have the chance to enter a drawing to win a Gourmet Hunter Valley Escape for you and seven (7) guests at Bimbadgen Estate, which is worth $6200 and includes two nights of opulent lodging, upscale cuisine, and private wine tastings.
On our website, you may see the rules and conditions of the contest.
2. Technical Engineering Webinar – 28 July 2022
The Importance of systemic view in accident/Incident Investigation.
About This Event
Date – 28 July
Day – Thursday
Time – 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm AWST
Location – Online event
Finding the causes is essential in accident inquiry because accidents are not random events; they are caused. Any industrial accident should be investigated primarily for the purpose of preventing a repeat of that accident.
Investigations of incidents and accidents are a crucial component of risk and safety management. To avoid accidents and events in the future, disaster learning is essential. Investigations of incidents and accidents offer a deeper understanding of risk and safety management, and discovering what went wrong can enhance risk-control strategies. In order to prevent such occurrences or accidents, it is very helpful to identify their root causes. Investigators need to acquire all relevant information before and throughout the investigation in order to understand the underlying causes of accidents/incidents in an organization/workplace and why and how it happened.
Examining the chain of events that preceded an accident is the first step in determining its cause. The objective of many of the analytical methods used in this discipline is to find this sequence. The investigators next conduct a thorough analysis of every fact to identify the accidents’ underlying causes. They then offer recommendations. This webinar aims to enhance systematic thinking on accident/incidents investigation within enterprises.
Key lessons to remember from this webinar:
Investigation of incidents and accidents, systemic thinking
Presenter – EIT Lecturer Dr. Asieh Soltani
“I teach units and supply course materials at EIT. My interaction with the HE team began in February 2020. I graduated from Iran University of Science and Technology (IUST) with a BSc in Railway Engineering in 2005, and Tehran University awarded me an MSc in Civil Engineering – Disaster Management in 2016. I am 40 years old (UT). Tehran University has granted me a Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) degree, which is valid from September 2020 to November 2021.
Since 2004, I have worked in several fields of railway engineering, and I have completed numerous railway projects, including their design and construction.
I have worked with the railway safety sector as a member of the investigative team since I have knowledge in both railroad and safety.
In incident investigation, I’m attempting to establish a systemic picture of safety. This is an event that both seasoned engineers and aspiring engineers should attend to learn more.
Today, reserve your seat for this free webinar!
The webinar will be recorded, and registered participants will receive it after it has finished.
Near the end of the live webinar session, attendees who ask for one will receive a certificate of attendance.
The time for this event is Australian Western Standard Time, kindly take note of that (AWST). You must adjust this for your own time zone.
Higher Education Provider Number: 14008; CRICOS Provider Number: 03567C; RTO Provider Number: 51971