People and Safety Committee
The People and Safety Committee is the appointed remuneration committee. It has responsibility for determining the organisation’s policy and practice for executive remuneration and packages under the Victorian Public Sector Commission Policy. The Committee reviews, monitors and makes recommendations to the Board on the following issues:
- workplace health and safety
- setting of performance measures and review of the performance of the Chief Executive
- compliance with executive remuneration requirements
- human resources policies.
Christine Trotman (Chair)
Mrs Chris Trotman is the Chief Executive Officer of a rural health service in Gippsland and lives on a beef farm in South Gippsland. She has held executive roles in health, disability services and education and holds qualifications in governance, accounting and business management. Chris has extensive experience serving on a range of Boards and committees in the not for profit sector and is Chair of the Lower Yarra River Management Advisory Committee.
Ms Annette Vickery is an Aboriginal woman from Gunditjmara, in Western Victoria, and lives and works with pride on the land of the people of the Kulin nations. Ms Vickery is the Deputy CEO of the Victorian Aboriginal Legal Service, is a fellow of the Australian Institute of Managers and a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. She has extensive experience in the public and private sector, community and stakeholder engagement, organisational capability and capacity building and change management.
Ms Lisa Marty is a Co-chair and Trustee Director of First Super, the industry superannuation fund for the timber, pulp and paper, furniture and joinery industries and was the CEO of the Victorian Association of Forest Industries from 2012 to 2014. She is also a director of Skills Impact, a national skills services organisation which supports industry references committees to develop industry competency skills standards and qualifications for use by industry and the VET sector.
Ms Helen Weston is the Chair of the Working Heritage Inc Committee of Management, which conserves heritage properties located on public land for community and commercial use. She has also been a director of an environmental planning firm for the past 25 years and is a Fellow of the Planning Institute of Australia, a Certified Practising Planner, and a member of the Environment Institute of Australia.
Mr Jeff Floyd is an Adjunct Professor in the College of Business at Victoria University. He has had an extensive career as a CEO in park management, tourism and as a director on a large number of boards, including CEO of Tourism Victoria, CEO of Parks Victoria and a Director of the Co-Operative Research Centre in Sustainable Tourism. He is the current Chair of Phillip Island Nature Parks and runs a successful consulting business.