British Safety Council 12th Annual Conference
Congress Centre 28 Great Russell Street
We are delighted to present this event again in 2022, after a two year break due to COVID.
Taking a holistic approach to health, safety and wellbeing
After the height of the pandemic, most organisations have had to adapt to new ways of working and ensuring the health, safety and wellbeing of their employees stays paramount.
Why should people attend?
This conference will help attendees:
- Understand best practice techniques around health, safety and wellbeing
- Support their employer and employees create a positive health, safety and wellbeing culture
- Gain actionable insight on dealing with the challenges of a holistic approach to work health, safety and wellbeing
- Understand how motivation, determination and teamwork can help you overcome challenges to a wellbeing focus for yourself and your organisation
- Discover techniques health, safety and wellbeing professionals can use to influence senior leadership
- Understand stress, its impact on work performance and how positive wellbeing management, including financial wellbeing, can help
- Deal with environmental management, health, safety and wellbeing challenges including asbestos and fire safety.
Pre-conference members only session
08:00 – 08:15 - Registration for members only session and coffee
08:15 – 08:55 - British Safety Council members only session - legislative update and surgery
9:00 - Closing remarks
An exclusive opportunity for our members attending the annual conference to take part in a free of charge legislation surgery chaired by Chris Green, Partner at Keoghs.
Question and answer session: To pre-submit questions, please send to: [email protected]
|09:00||Registration and coffee|
|09:30||Welcome and introduction: Why we need a holistic approach to health safety and wellbeing||Mike Robinson Chief Executive, British Safety Council|
|09:35||Chairman's address||Peter McGettrick, Chairman, British Safety Council|
Links between cultural change, wellbeing, and mental health
Col. Dame Kelly Holmes, Motivational Speaker and Gold Medallist
The storm that is coming in mental health : Is prevention better than cure?
|Peter Kelly, Head of Programmes, Mates in Mind|
11:15-11:30 Coffee break and networking
Looking after the whole worker. What the latest scientific research means for you and your workplace
Tackling the issue from three different perspectives, this panel will explore whole worker health from a scientific, practical and senior leadership viewpoint. It will offer attendees both actionable insights and an understanding of why the issue is so strategically important.
Panel Chair: Nathan Baker, Chief Executive, Institute of Occupational Medicine (IOM)
David Flower, Senior Occupational Hygienist and Regional Team Leader, Institute of Occupational Medicine
Miranda Lo, Director of Science and Engagement, Institute of Occupational Medicine
|12:30-13:30 Lunch and networking|
Breakout Group A
Building fire safety management
This session will focus on:
HSE speaker to be announced
|Breakout Group B
Managing asbestos risks for the next 40 years
This session will provide:
Colette Willoughby, Director, Asbestos Compliance Consultant, Asbestos Compliance
Health challenges posed by climate change and air pollution
Why air pollution still poses such a major health risk, and why it should be tackled alongside climate change. Approaching both issues from the perspective of health to galvanise and encourage action by politicians and businesses.
|Dr Maria Neira, Director, Public Health, Environment and Social Determinants of Health Department (PHE), World Health Organisation (Joining virtually)|
Coffee break and networking
My job in F1 - Workplace health and safety are a basic human right
How the role of the health and safety practitioner has evolved over the past few years within a fast-paced F1 environment. What drives me to do my job?
Stuart Hughes, Head of Health and Safety, Petronas Formula One Team
Lawrence Waterman OBE CFIOSH
For further information contact: [email protected]
Purchase your tickets
Member Price: £215, plus VAT
Non-Member: £250, plus VAT
For price in Rupees, and to purchase tickets, please contact us on: [email protected] or [email protected]
"The Annual Conference provided a good cross section of relevant topical presentations and a chance to network with like-minded individuals."