The Driving Risk-Based Regulation digital conference will bring together regulatory professionals, experts and best practice case studies from a wide range of jurisdictions across Australia and New Zealand, who are looking to discuss the challenges and opportunities of riskbased regulation.
Why attend this event?
Who will attend?
Federal, State and Local Government regulatory agencies, government departments & associations responsible for:
Benefits of attending
- Understand how to effectively identify, define & address risk
- Utilise data, intelligence & engagement to drive compliance
- Develop processes to support regulatory decision-making & strategy
- Effectively implement a risk-based regulatory approach
- Maximise innovations in regulatory technology
- Understand how to harness data-analytics to identify patterns & trends
- Effectively evaluate compliance to demonstrate change & the benefits of being risk-based
- KEYNOTE: Exploring how to effectively implement risk-based approaches
- OPENING RISK PANEL: What does it mean to be a “ RiskBased Regulator”?
- CASE STUDY: Does risk-based mean some get-off easy?
- Australian Government health programs: Using data, intelligence and engagement to inform strategic regulation activities in a health context
Department of Customer Service NSW
Rose is the Deputy Secretary of the Better Regulation Division in the NSW Department of Customer Service. In this role she is NSW Fair Trading Commissioner and is also responsible for SafeWork NSW and a number of other regulatory functions.
Immediately before taking up her current position Rose spent three and half years at the Hong Kong Competition Commission where she was first Senior Executive Director, and then CEO.
Between 2001 and 2008, and again between 2011 and 2014, Rose worked for the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) including as NSW Regional Director and Executive General Manager for Mergers and Adjudication. Rose has also worked in environmental regulation at the Commonwealth level and was at the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) from 1991 to 2001.
Environment Protection Authority NSW
Tracy Mackey has dedicated her career to safeguarding communities. Since entering the public sector in 2002, she has applied her inclusive leadership style and progressive approach to strategy and policy development across a range of government departments and agencies. From emergency services and immigration to aged care and early childhood education, Tracy is driven to make a positive impact on the communities we all share.
As the CEO, NSW Environment Protection Authority, Tracy brings together the expertise and broad perspective she’s gained from a career spanning all three tiers of government to lead the largest environmental regulator in Australia.
In this role, Tracy is responsible for delivering outcomes and providing regulatory assurance that protects the environment and enables industry to contribute to a strong economy.
Tracy has also spent time at the executive level at a large not-for-profit provider, at a multi-national consulting firm and leading her own consulting practice. Complementing her executive roles, Tracy brings experience as a non-executive director on a number of Boards.
Victoria University of Wellington
Dr. Jeroen van der Heijden is a Professor of Public Governance and Chair in Regulatory Practice at the School of Government, Victoria University of Wellington. He also is an Honorary Professor at the School of Regulation and Global Governance (RegNet), Australia National University. Jeroen works closely with the New Zealand Government Regulatory Practice Initiative (G-REG) to improve regulatory practice and regulatory stewardship in New Zealand and elsewhere.
Office of the National Rail Safety Regulator
Sue McCarrey has been in the position of Australia’s National Rail Safety Regulator since December 2014.
In addition to guiding the ONRSR through a critical phase in its evolution, Sue oversees the nation’s standalone Rail Safety National Law and works with industry to ensure a safe rail system for the community and to deliver the social and economic benefits flagged by the national transport reforms.
Prior to joining the ONRSR, Sue enjoyed a distinguished career in the Western Australian public sector where she led a review of port authority governance, metropolitan transport planning and the regional freight transport plan in her role as Deputy Director General – Policy Planning and Investment, with the Western Australian Department of Transport.