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My Tradie Tea Party
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SALT Tradies Tea PartyThursday 10th Oct
We are thrilled to be holding the SALT Tradies Tea Party as part the SALT Women in Trades Conference which starts on Friday 18th October.
Our President and Founder Fi Shewring will be shaving her long pink hair as part of our amazing Tradie Tea Party which will be held at 10:30am on Saturday 19th October on the second day of our conference. Fi has many family and friends with first hand experience of breast cancer including her Grandmother, her mother, her sister, her step sister, her best friends at work and in the community.
SALT is a Registered Australian Body which has been operating for ten years and we run a unique mobile workshop which has taught women, girls and some men and boys how to use tools in almost 300 workshops across five states of Australia. We work with companies and organisations to help them diversify their trades. For the last seven years SALT teams have also worked voluntarily with farmers in drought areas.
We know that Diversity, Safety and Culture are intrinsically linked and we will show this in the Conference. The biggest change that we have seen in our ten years of operation is that companies are no longer accepting putting men at risk of aggressive workforce cultures. These cultures have unacceptable levels of depression and suicide. The best and fastest way to change a culture in the workforce is to diversify it. With diversity comes better safety because people are safe to say that something is not OK.
We have worked extensively with women in Domestic Violence backgrounds. We have kept quiet about this for their safety and ours. We will talk about this work for the first time in the Conference and ask the question “Are aggressive workforce cultures also responsible for the horrifically high incidents of domestic violence?”
We are delighted to welcome back Narelle Hooper as our amazing MC and to bring a very diverse representation of trade speakers and informative break out sessions. Friday nights Awards night will include inspiring speakers and amazing entertainment. We invite you to join us to celebrate showcase organisations and companies who are embracing diversity and really showing #RealActionRealChange and that #jobsdon’thaveagender.
We will also be celebrating 10 Years of Supporting And Linking Tradeswomen in style and you are all part of that, we can’t do it without you!Share
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