Health and Safety Conference 2019
Salford Professional Development’s annual Health and Safety conference has rapidly become one of the leading conferences in the industry, with last year’s conference attracting over 250 professionals across multiple sectors. The event will feature prominent speakers from a range of different sectors to discuss the common challenges in creating a healthier and safer workplace, including strategies for implementing a safety culture within a workforce.
The HSE recently released its annual figure for work related fatal injuries for 2018/19. The statistics from the data for work-related fatal injuries revealed that fatal injuries have risen by 5% between April 2018 and March 2019. While significant progress has been made in the UK to reduce the percentage of work-related injuries, high-risk hazards continue to exist across different industrial sectors. For this reason, sector specific topics and themes will form as core part of the programme for this year’s conference.
The trend towards occupational safety and health at work has transformed the role of an employer to create a positive work environment that protects the wellbeing of its staff. It was reported that in 2017, 1.4 million working people in the UK suffered from a work-related injury. Collectively, it is estimated that the cost of injuries and ill health in the same year amounted to £15 billion. Thus, our speakers will share best practices and techniques that will eliminate workers suffering from physical injuries and mental harm. From this event, you will come out with solutions to challenges you are facing in achieving a safer and healthier workplace.
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- Keep up to date with the changes to the latest Health & Safety legislation
- Increase your knowledge of good practices in effectively developing, implementing and managing Health & Safety procedures
- Explore strategies to incorporate safer and healthier behaviour to promote a strong safety prevention culture
- Establishing proactive methods to recognising, addressing and improving the mental well-being of a workforce
- Knowing what good fire safety competence looks like and how it should be implemented
- Network with peers from the Health and Safety industry
Who should attend?
Occupational Safety and Health Specialist, Safety Engineer, Safety Consultant, Coordinator of Loss Control, Safety Manager, Risk Manager, Heads of safety, Directors of Health and Safety, Heads of Compliance, Head of Estates, Heads of Risk, Directors, CEO, COO, Building Surveyor, Project Safety Directors, Environment Health Officer, Managing Directors, Health and Safety Advisor, Corporate Health & Safety Manager, Health Safety & Facilities Manager, Site Operative, Regional Health and Safety Manager, Quality and Environmental Manager, Site Operative, Estates Health and Safety, Construction Safety & Quality Manager, Construction Manager,