LONDON, January 30, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --
The UK's flagship health and safety conference announces speaker programme. The theme of this year's event is Inspiring Leadership.
This year's IOSH conference in London will welcome more than 60 expert speakers from across the globe including health & safety leaders, government figures and representatives from law and academia. The conference takes places June 17-18 at the London ExCel.
The 2-day event, with over 30 conference sessions and 40 workshops, will offer strategic global insights, influential case studies and best practice guidance to implement in the workplace.
Opening the event on Tuesday, June 17th, the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) Chief Executive, Jan Chmiel, will be addressing the delegates on inspiring leadership. The opening day also includes a speech by the eminent Professor Sidney Dekker, best-selling author on human factors and safety, travelling from Griffith University, Australia, for a special appearance.
IOSH Chief Executive, Jan Chmiel, said:
"This year's conference is about enabling insightful, future-orientated decision making in an ever changing world of work. The demands on leaders are great so we are responding with a high-calibre speaker programme."
Leading industry specialists who will address the conference include: Steve Hails, Director of Health and Safety, Crossrail; Neil Budworth, Vice President, HSSEQ, AMEC Clean Energy Europe; Dr Dominic Cooper, CEO, B-Safe Management Solutions; Lawrence Waterman, Head of Health and Safety, Battersea Power Station Development; Kevin Furniss, Vice President HSSE, AP Moller Maersk Terminals and Danny Martland, Director Safety, Health and Environment, Military Air and Information, BAE Systems.
Representatives from government, transport, healthcare, energy, law, construction, insurance, shipping, urban regeneration, defence, manufacturing and psychology as well as social scientists will all be presenting at the meeting.
The IOSH 2014 Conference will provide an unparalleled platform for leaders to map the complexity of today's changing world. The official programme will focus on:
- The impact of leadership and culture in rapidly changing environments
- Risk management strategies to take your business forward
- Beyond compliance - regulatory and legal requirements to improve performance
In addition to conference sessions, there will be the CoreSkills+ workshops, providing practical and technical solutions to critical health and safety issues. Issues that will be looked at include: crisis management, mobile lone workers and the true financial impact of claims.
Heather Beach, Brand Director, OSH Global said:
"The IOSH Conference is now in its 66th year. Industry heads converge for the conference and we are providing unparalleled networking opportunities. It is a must attend for industry management."
This pioneering event will coincide for the very first time with Safety & Health Expo, and the Protection and Management Series.
For the full speaker programme, visit the http://www.ioshconference.co.uk
IOSH is the Chartered body for health and safety professionals. With more than 42,000 members in 100 countries, we're the world's largest professional health and safety organisation.
We set standards, and support, develop and connect our members with resources, guidance, events and training. We're the voice of the profession, and campaign on issues that affect millions of working people.
IOSH was founded in 1945 and is a registered charity with international NGO status.
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