EUROHSE 2007 Conference - Spring into OSH
EurOhse 2007 Conference will be held at the Imperial Hotel, Russell Square, London on Thursday, 19 April 2007 and aims to bring delegates up to date on a number of hot topics, including legislation development.
Benefits of attending
- Guidance and advice on The Hot Topics in the Workplace in 2007
- Challenges in understanding the impact of European and UK recent and impending legislation
- Examples and Case studies
- Networking and hearing what other managers are dealing with
- FREE OSH software
Where and when
- Imperial Hotel, Russell Square, London
- 19th April 2007
- Registration opens 08.30am - Conference runs 09.30am to 16.45pm
- £395 (£295 if you are a member of IOSH, RoSPA, IIRSM or BOHS)
- Conference Chair
- Sheila Pantry OBE
Sheila Pantry Associates Ltd and Angel Business Communications Ltd are delighted to invite you to attend this very topical one-day conference.
Ignorance of the law is no excuse and busy managers need to stop for a short while to assess what they are doing and to ask if they are really keeping up-to-date in their responsibilities in securing good standards of health and safety in their workplaces and to be able to show the cost benefits of doing so.
Who should attend?
- All Occupational Health and Safety Managers aiming to be up-to-date in 2007 with the latest Hot Topics.
- Directors and Senior level Managers who need to be aware about their health and safety responsibilities and the consequences of non-compliance.
- Representatives from organisations wishing to benchmark their own practices against other leading organisations.
- Health and Safety professionals looking to update and improve their own knowledge and skills-base on what is changing.
What will be discussed?
- Keynote talk - A view of the OSH World from Westminster
- Michael Clapham MP, BSC Hons), PGCE, Mphil
Chair, All Parties Occupational Health and Safety Committee
Chair, All Parties Parliamentary Coalfield Communities Group
Chair, All Parties Fire Safety Group
- The DNA of a Healthy and Safe Corporate Culture
- Carole Spiers, Broadcaster, Author, Professional Speaker,
Managing Director, Carole Spiers Group
- Advanced Behavioural Based Safety (BBS) Concepts and case studies from industry
- Dr Tim Marsh, Managing Director, Ryder-Marsh (Safety) Ltd
- Health and Safety law update: especially smoking, drugs and alcohol at work
- Jeremy Stranks, MSc, FCIEH, FIOSH, RSP,
- Fire Risk Assessments and regulations in the workplace
- Dennis Davis, Chairman Federation of British Fire Organisations
- Do I need to worry about REACH?
- Bob Warner BSc BA MBA CChem FRSC, Chemwise Associates
- Directors' responsibilities including corporate manslaughter and homicide
- Paul Hopkins, Chairman, IIRSM
Make sure you book early to avoid disappointment.
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