From using artificial intelligence to save lives and guidance on implementing wellbeing strategies to the importance of language and managing contractor safety across boundaries, IOSH’s annual international conference has all angles covered.
Each day has a clear focus, to help delegates decide between investing in a one-day or two-day pass.
The first day, Monday 16 September, will seek to enhance professionals’ understanding of key topic areas of safety, health and wellbeing, providing them with practical advice on managing the risks.
The second day, Tuesday 17 September, will be all about the latest thinking and insight into leadership, strategy and innovation to help delegates shape a world-beating health and safety culture which gives their business a competitive edge.
The conference will focus on seven key topics: business and leadership skills; from compliance to competitive advantage; leading sustainability and human capital; collaborating with others; what we can learn from OSH research; healthier workplaces; and future risks, challenges and opportunities.
Keynote speakers for the conference will be journalist and author Frank Gardner and health and wellbeing expert Dr John Briffa. Frank will recount his own story of survival, having been shot six times by terrorists while reporting in Saudi Arabia in 2004, and how he learned from that experience in terms of decision-making, risk-taking and his approach to adventure. Dr Briffa will talk delegates through building a wellbeing programme which can be adapted to their own business to boost their bottom line.
The event will feature a variety of breakfast and lunchtime sessions, networking opportunities and a careers zone, giving delegates the chance to enhance their job prospects.
Our tailored programmes highlight the most relevant sessions for certain sectors.