NOTE: You need to click the green Program link.
The conference will be held across three days and has been designed to provide delegates with a dynamic, interactive and stimulating experience with many opportunities for seeing EMS in practice and discussing innovative approaches.
The two main conference days will feature the following plenary and concurrent sessions with an emphasis on panels representing industry, government, agriculture and regulators to ensure a wide range of viewpoints are presented.
A full day workshop for EMS novices and those wanting to brush up on their knowledge and use of an EMS. The workshop will be conducted by Genevieve Carruthers, Environmental Systems Specialist NSW DPI and Mick Dawes, Manager, Environmental Management Unit, Medicare on behalf of the EMS Association.
The first day of the conference will feature the following sessions.
The day will conclude with a poster session and informal BBQ in the grounds of the venue.
The second day of the conference will feature the following sessions.
The conference will conclude with a gala dinner, at which a highlight will be the presentation of the 2009 EMSA/CGU Awards in agricultural, government and small business categories and the announcement of a new BestFarms partnership program.
Optional field trips to areas around Bunbury.