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CONFERENCE THEME
BRIDGING THE CULTURE GAP … ENGAGING THE SUITS & THE BOOTS

7:30 AM – 9:00 AM
BREAKFAST RECEPTION, REGISTRATION & EXHIBITION VIEWING

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DUNCAN ASPIN
HEAD OF HSEQS
VOLKERSTEVIN

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9:00 AM – 9:10 AM
WELCOME

PART 1 – THE FALL & THE FATALITY

ALICE BOYD
FACILITATOR
JUST DRAMA BASED TRAINING

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9:10 AM – 9:25 AM
THE BIGGER PICTURE

Using interactive drama we begin to explore how a situation can arise, where the boot is on the other foot.

Ever gone to sleep hoping that the project will go well? …Or woken up with that sick feeling in the pit of your stomach that something ‘ just isn’t right’? When you feel it’s not right; it probably isn’t!  … Our worst nightmare is that we act too late.

KEVIN ELLIOTT
PARTNER & HEAD OF UK EHS TEAM
EVERSHEDS SUTHERLAND

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9:25 AM – 10:05 AM
THE FIRST 48 HOURS

A failure to respond appropriately to a serious incident can have a significant impact upon how the regulators investigate the case, employee morale and the reputation of your organisation.

This session will provide practical advice as to the steps companies should take in the immediate aftermath of an incident… The first call, incident response and management, dealing with the regulators and media management.

MATT HAZLETON
PROUD2BSAFE

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10:05 AM – 10:45 AM
FOUR FRIENDS

21st January 2011, four men went to work and never came home again. Matt will openly speak about the traumatic effect of an industrial accident both from a personal and legal side, being a director of Hazegood Construction, a brother and a friend.

He will share this extremely emotive life changing story to encourage Directors and Senior Managers to be more responsible for their actions … the people they employ and also to show how things can quickly escalate and effect not only their lives, families, friends and work colleagues but the same of the employee too.

10:45 AM – 11:45 AM
REFRESHMENTS & EXHIBITION VIEWING

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PART 2 – LEADERSHIP …THE ART OF COMMUNICATION

GERARD HAND
PAST PRESIDENT IOSH
DIRECTOR – GPH SAFETY

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11:45 AM – 12:25 PM
BLAGGING IT … LET’S CHANGE THE IMAGE!

This session explores how easy it is to blag what Safety and Health is all about, do our business leaders really get it? … Just think of the benefits if they do?
Not just creating the environment that people want to work in but how much more successful the business can be.

The session looks at how it is easy to mislead our leaders and how our safety professionals can be misled. It explores the importance of giving the right message and how much more successful the profession can be when we become part of the success of the business as opposed to maybe sometimes seen as the disabler to success, enable … not disable.

JAMES POMEROY
GROUP HEALTH, SAFETY, ENVIRONMENT & SECURITY DIRECTOR
LLOYDS REGISTER

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12:25 PM – 1:05 PM
CREATING AN ARMY OF ECO-WARRIORS

How to make environmental improvement engaging, fun and relevant to your employees.
Deploying behavioural change techniques to environmental challenges within your organisations.

Nudging employees to make small changes in their everyday choices and decisions that collectively deliver a more sustainable world.

ALICE BOYD
FACILITATOR
JUST DRAMA BASED TRAINING

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1:05 PM – 1:20 PM
THE BIGGER PICTURE CONTINUED…

Contract Partner Relations – if we can’t talk to each other with openness and honesty – how much room are we leaving for something to go wrong?

1:20 PM – 2:10 PM
BUFFET LUNCH & EXHIBITION VIEWING

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PART 3 – WHAT’S THE STORY?

2:10 PM – 2:15 PM
WINNING TICKETS – PRIZE DRAW

NIGEL GIRLING
PROGRAMMES DIRECTOR
DIRECTOR OF THE NATIONAL CENTRE FOR STRATEGIC LEADERSHIP

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2:15 PM – 2:55 PM
VISION & INSPIRATION

“In a world of targets, pressures, deadlines and regulations it is more important than ever that a leader offers a compelling vision and inspires their people to deliver at their peak” …

Leaders will be asked to think about their compelling vision and how they aim to challenge their colleagues at every level to engage, empower, inspire and develop their people. Nigel will be asking leaders to be brutally honest with themselves and really see themselves as their people see them.

ALICE BOYD
FACILITATOR
JUST DRAMA BASED TRAINING

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2:55 PM – 3:10 PM
THE BIGGER PICTURE, THE STORY UNFOLDS

All the Holes lined up; how can we identify and strengthen the barriers between us and an incident? …We all see the world through our own set of lenses but are we seeing, saying and hearing the same things?

When an incident has happened, the best we can do is ask, learn and attempt to prevent a similar incident occurring in the future. Our challenge is to remain diligent and committed in keeping safety at the forefront of all our conversations – even when we may have something to lose.

MARK SCOGGINS
SOLICITOR ADVOCATE
FISHER SCOGGINS WATERS LLP

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3:10 PM – 3:50 PM
THE INTERVIEW

Interview under caution is typically the last major link in the chain of investigation before a decision is made on whether a prosecution will be brought.

It can be an intimidating encounter, but it is also an opportunity for potential defendants to put their own case on record, with a view to influencing the prosecution decision or laying an early basis for a later plea in mitigation.

Mark Scoggins will give his view on key considerations for those invited to attend such an interview.                          This session will cover …
• Options and Opportunities  • Who to send  • How to prepare  • What to avoid  • Setting the tone  • Keeping control  • Perils and Pitfalls  • Managing the Aftermath

DUNCAN ASPIN
HEAD OF HSEQS
VOLKERSTEVIN

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3:50 PM – 4:10 PM
Q&A AND CLOSING REMARKS

The organisers are not responsible for any personal views or content made by any of the speakers.

Conference programme subject to change.

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Client Testimonials

“One of the best Health & Safety shows/conference’s around. Definitely value for money compared with other shows/conferences costing substantially much more. I don’t think you will find a better show anywhere. If you can only attend one conference a year make sure it’s this one”

Adrian Smith, Director, Able & Ward Ltd

“Well planned and organised event with some very interesting and resourceful guest speakers. Broke the mould from the standard “boring health and safety” stereotype. well certainly be looking to attend future events.”

Graham Ivins, SHEQ Manager, XPO Logistics

“It was my first experience of this show and I thoroughly enjoyed it and found it an excellent learning opportunity. The delegates where friendly and insightful and the conference speakers were excellent. I would thoroughly recommend attending.”

Ben Wigley, SHEQ Manager, Diamond Dispersions Ltd

“A Safety, Health and Environmental conference with a difference. Thoroughly engaging and interesting topics making you think differently about engaging in SHE with the workforce.”

Karen Bozier, QSHE Compliance Manager, North West Logistics Ltd

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