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EUROHSE 2007 Conference - Spring into OSH

February 2007

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

Where and when

Location
Imperial Hotel, Russell Square, London
Date
19th April 2007
Time
Registration opens 08.30am - Conference runs 09.30am to 16.45pm
Cost
£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?

What will be discussed?

Programme

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.