The Future of Health and Safety Conference 2015 – Manchester, 4 March 2015

Date and location

Wednesday 4th March 2015, Adelphi House, University of Salford, the Crescent, Salford M3 6EN

Conference overview

The Future of Health and Safety Conference 2015 will provide delegates with the opportunity to explore the government’s vision for the future of health and safety. Delegates will also hear from experts and best practice case studies on how to develop simpler yet more effective health and safety procedures that improve occupational health and safety practices and how to develop innovative health and safety policies that save significant costs.

Key points addressed on the day will include:

  • Making health safety work for both businesses and employees
  • Improving communication between staff and health safety coordinators
  • Involving staff in the creation of a health and safety strategy
  • Training staff effectively and regularly to maintain high levels of workplace health and safety
  • Utilising technology to improve occupational health through data monitoring
  • Reducing the bureaucracy burden on companies

Confirmed speakers:

  • Judith Hackitt CBE, Chair, Health and Safety Executive
  • Teresa Budworth, Chief executive, NEBOSH
  • John Gollaglee, Leagal Director, DLA Piper UK LLP
  • Becky Lee, Health, Safety and Wellbeing Manager, Staffordshire County Council
  • Kim Sunley, Senior Employment Relations Adviser, Royal College of Nursing
  • Carole Conroy, Senior Health Safety Lecturer, University of Salford
  • Jason Anker, Proud 2b Safe

Information and booking

For full conference information and online booking details visit the the Future of Health and Safety Conference 2015 website.

For any further information please contact cpd@salford.ac.uk by Email or Tel: + 44 (0) 161 295 3000

Article source: http://www.hse.gov.uk/events/future-of-hs-conference.htm