Accident Prevention in Manufacturing

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Adding to the successful Future Factory Series of events, the first annual Accident Prevention in Manufacturing conference brings together senior manufacturers to speak, discuss and understand best practice methods of minimising risks that can occur as a result of poor health and safety culture. The conference will include presentations from leading British manufacturing companies and will focus on making small and simple changes that result in positive differences to maintain quality, minimise costs, and ensure the highest possible health and safety standards are achieved throughout the business. By discussing the benefits of successful legislative implementation, effective employee engagement and communication, safe material handling technique and different options for mechanical aids, delegates will learn from leading health and safety specialists with knowledge built from years of experience.    

Topics and Themes Include:

  • The importance of having a workforce that is fully engaged with health and safety policy, who are trained on all machinery, and refreshed on equipment usage to keep health and safety at the forefront of their minds
  • Minimising unplanned costs and business interruption by ensuring employees are engaged with health and safety policy and that existing and new staff are fully trained and refreshed on equipment usage
  • The effects health and safety issues can have on a company’s profit, and how hidden costs can arise through lack of planning
  • How to prevent accidents on the factory floor with improved machine safety and materials handling training, and ensuring the moving, storing and protection of materials is less hazardous for employees
  • How to ensure you are carrying out sufficient and suitable assessment of the risk to employees from the manual handling of loads
  • How to manage ergonomics in the workplace so that the potential for accidents, injury and workplace health issues are significantly reduced while workforce productivity is increased

 

Benefits of Attending:

  • Learn from leading experts within the manufacturing industry about how to implement and maintain not just improved health and safety procedure, but also find innovative ways of pro-actively approaching health and safety within your company to prevent both minor and major accidents from occurring, rather than fixing the problem after it’s too late
  • Explore opportunities to minimise manual handling injuries, including the use of materials handling safety training, site layout adjustments, reducing repetitive work, and using mechanical aids that can make your business more efficient and your workforce both healthier and more compliant
  • Understand how to engage and communicate with employees to ensure that behaviour related health and safety incidents, such as a lack of cooperation from workers or taking short-cuts to finish quickly, do not occur. This creates a more communal, HS&E aware workforce
  • Network with some of the country’s leading manufacturers in order to gain professional and industry related insight about what works and what does not in regards to health and safety technique and procedures, so that you can not only apply them to your own business, but also build key contacts

 

Who Should Attend?

  • CEOs
  • Continuous Improvement Managers
  • Factory Managers
  • Head of Operations
  • HSE Managers
  • Managing Directors
  • Materials Handling Directors
  • Operations Directors
  • Production Managers
  • Project Officers
  • Quality and Safety Managers
  • Site Managers
  • SHEQ Managers
  • Training Managers

 

  • Joscelyne Shaw

    Head of Policy and Influencing - British Safety Council
  • Joscelyne Shaw

    Head of Policy and Influencing - British Safety Council

    Joscelyne, as head of policy, sits within the British Safety Council’s policy and communications team. For more than half a century, the British Safety Council has been a trusted guide to world-leading health, safety and environmental best practice. We achieve this with a strong evidence base, sharing information, supporting, advising, educating and campaigning. Through educating millions of workers we have made hundreds of thousands of workplaces safer. We are a not-for-profit membership organisation.

    Before joining the British Safety Council, Joscelyne was a research consultant working across health, safety and environmental management and risk communication. She was involved in the development of reporting and benchmarking tools on good health and safety performance, as well as case studies on business benefits and the value of leadership for the Health and Safety Executive, designed to raise the profile of health and safety within the business and risk management agenda. She has an MSc from Lund University, Sweden in environmental management and policy and a BA (Hons) from the University of Cape Town, South Africa

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  • Steve Lucas

    Plant Logistics - CNH UK
  • Steve Lucas

    Plant Logistics - CNH UK

    I started out as a warehouse operative in 1988 and have worked my way through a series of blue and white collar roles in Warehousing, Transport, Supply Chain IT, Planning / Forecasting and Inventory Management positions. Having 18 years’ experience in a finished goods distribution environment, I’ve now moved into a manufacturing environment. The principles are the same, but the challenges are very different.

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  • Nick Turnbull

    HSE Manager DipNebosh CMIOSH - AkzoNobel
  • Nick Turnbull

    HSE Manager DipNebosh CMIOSH - AkzoNobel

    Nick Joined AkzoNobel in August 2013. He previously worked for the Ahlstrom Corporation where he was the UK HSE Manager and Corporate auditor, His major success was seeing one of his sites go 7 years without a lost time injury; this result was delivered by initiating a good reporting system which was immersed in continuous improvement which involved all personnel. He also served with Lothian and Borders Fire and Rescue service for 14 years in the retained service and applied the tools which he used in the work place to assist in keeping his colleagues safe on the fire ground.

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  • Mike Belson

    EAME EHS Director - Caterpillar UK
  • Mike Belson

    EAME EHS Director - Caterpillar UK

    Mike Belson is currently Regional Environmental Health and Safety Director at Caterpillar. He is one of a few EHS professionals who actually designed his EHS career from an early stage – gaining Bachelor’s and Master’s Degrees in EHS related disciplines (1989 and 1990 respectively) and also gaining the NEBOSH Diploma in Occupational Safety and Health in 1995. Mike has worked for a number of different business sectors in his 24 years as an EHS professional – including engineering, manufacturing, mineral extraction and construction.

    In his current role, Mike Belson is responsible for a small dedicated team of professionals who provide leadership, strategic direction and tactical support to facility operations in Europe, Africa, Middle East, Asia Pacific and Latin America.

    Mike’s team creates, alters and socialises EHS policies and programmes that materially affect the lives of Caterpillar employees at more than 150 facilities across these regions. In addition Mike and his team are driving and delivering the EHS cultural transformation process within Caterpillar, towards ever increasing levels of maturity. Mike is responsible for driving environmental stewardship in the regions as well as being focussed on ensuring that every employee goes home from work safely, everyday – reflecting Caterpillar’s  Global EHS Teams common purpose – To Protect The Most Important Things In Life. Everywhere. Every Day!

    Mike lives in Loughborough in the UK with his Wife and Daughter.

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  • Tony Wallis

    Sales and Marketing Director - Toyota Materials Handling
  • Tony Wallis

    Sales and Marketing Director - Toyota Materials Handling

    Tony Wallis has a wide depth and breadth of experience in all aspects of the automotive and materials handling industry, Tony Wallis, Toyota Material Handling UK’s Sales and Marketing Director and previously Operations Director has worked for some of the world’s most respected manufacturers including Toyota and Volvo.

    Tony has a strong track record in improving business performance and developing teams that deliver volume, profit and customer service. Tony has a specialist understanding of the Toyota Production System and how it can be applied in manufacturing and non-manufacturing environments which has developed a passion for process development, its application to all types of business and the tools that can help companies to eliminate waste and drive down costs

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  • Richard Eastwood

    Facilities and EHS Manager - UTC Aerospace Systems
  • Richard Eastwood

    Facilities and EHS Manager - UTC Aerospace Systems

    Richard has been based at the aerospace engineering site in Plymouth for 17 years having previously worked for British Aerospace in Toulouse and Yorkshire TV in Leeds. Qualified in both Facilities Management and Environment Health & Safety, Richard is responsible for the delivery of the site`s EHS performance and has implemented many health related initiatives over recent years. Working with local organisations Richard has implemented low cost solutions to provide fellow employees and families with fitness and wellbeing facilities.

    Richard and his team in the EHS Dept have recently won the national EEF Future Manufacturing Award for H&S and have previously been finalists in the National Business Awards. He is Chair of the Plymouth Manufacturing Group Committee on Sustainability and the Chair of the Western Region of the Defence Industry Security Association.

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  • Joscelyne Shaw

    Head of Policy - British Safety Council
  • Joscelyne Shaw

    Head of Policy - British Safety Council

    Joscelyne, as head of policy, sits within the British Safety Council’s policy and communications team. For more than half a century the British Safety Council has been a trusted guide to excellent health, safety and environmental management. We have educated millions of workers and made hundreds of thousands of workplaces safer for everyone. We do this by sharing information, supporting, advising, educating and campaigning. We are a not-for-profit organisation.

    Before joining the British Safety Council, she was a research consultant working across health, safety and environmental management and risk communication. Some key work she lead involved developing reporting and benchmarking tools, as well as case studies on business benefits and the value of leadership for the Health and Safety Executive that helped to raise the profile of health and safety within the business and risk management agenda. She has an MSc from Lund University, Sweden in Environmental Management and Policy, and a BA (Hons) from the University of Cape Town, South Africa.

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  • Paul Burns

    Founder - C/B Safety Service Ltd
  • Paul Burns

    Founder - C/B Safety Service Ltd

    Present, Motivational speaker on accident and injury prevention in the work place and changing behaviours and attitudes towards health and safety in the working environment. Benefiting all by a implementing a safer working culture.

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  • Finlay Graham

    Director of HSE & Risk - GKN Land Systems
  • Finlay Graham

    Director of HSE & Risk - GKN Land Systems

    Finlay Graham is a Chartered Safety Practitioner who started his career as an Army paramedic, in the late 80’s.  During his military career he changed employment to Environmental Health, specializing in Health and Safety.  On leaving the Military his first employment was with a Local Authority as an enforcement officer, whilst there an opportunity arose to move in to an operational Health and Safety manufacturing role.  Through the next 20 + years Finlay progressed through various roles increasing in size and seniority with companies such as Nestle, BSkyB both nationally and internationally.  Following 7 years in the Middle East, Finlay returned 2 years ago to work with GKN Land Systems as their Global HSE & Risk Director.  He has a fantastic Global team that provides expert advice and guidance to over 50 factories, workshops and service centers worldwide. GKN is a British Global engineering business with nearly 50,000 employees worldwide with a turnover of approximately £7bn.  When Finlay is not travelling he lives in Troon, Scotland, plays golf and spends time with his wife and 5 children.

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  • Andy Melachrino

    Group Head of Health and Safety - Dairy Crest
  • Andy Melachrino

    Group Head of Health and Safety - Dairy Crest

    Andy Melachrino has been in a head of health safety role for 16 years starting in the food industry 31 years ago with Spillers Pet Foods and over 19 years with them held various positions from Operations, to Information Security to Risk Manager Europe which included being head of health safety and environment, when it became Nestle Purina. He then spent 4 years with United Biscuits as head of health safety and environment across their European business from 2002 until 2006. He joined Dairy Crest in Jan 2007 as Head of Group Health and Safety, where he is today. Gaining Nebosh diplomas in health safety and environment, and an MSc in Occupational and Environmental Health and Safety Management from Portsmouth University in 2005, his key focus has always been keeping the message and programmes simple and focussed on leadership, engagement and standards, which are underpinned by safe behaviours. He is chair of the Dairy UK Occupational Health and Safety Committee and Vice Chair of the IOSH Food and Drink Group.

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  • Scott Daniell

    EHS Leader - GE Aviation
  • Scott Daniell

    EHS Leader - GE Aviation

    Scott Daniell is the Environmental, Health and Safety Leader at GE Aviation’s, aircraft engine overhaul shop based in Nantgarw, South Wales, UK.

    Scott started his career in EHS in 2005, having graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Environmental Risk Management from the University of Wales, Cardiff. Scott has worked within the EHS sector for nine years starting as out on the GE internship program for the site that he now leads. During the early part of his career, Scott specialized in environmental permit control and ISO 14001 accreditations and studied for NEBOSH certificates before transgressing into a broader EHS roles within a medium sized manufacturing firm based in Newport.

    In his current role, Scott is responsible for an EHS team of eight professionals who provide dedicated support to the shop floor teams, drive the strategic direction that the site takes on EHS and works closely with operations to ensure EHS excellence is maintained at the 1,200 person strong facility. Scott is currently studying for his NEBOSH Diploma.

    Outside of work, Scott enjoys watching football and American sports, returning home to Cornwall regularly to see family and friends, and spending time with his fiancé and two sons, Noah and Ethan.

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Programme details

Tuesday 9th September 2014

The Waldorf Hilton, Aldwych, London, WC2B 4DD, United Kingdom http://www.waldorfhilton.co.uk/ Chairman's Opening Remarks 2014-09-09T9:30:00 2014-09-09T9:00:00
9:30 - 9:00

Chairman's Opening Remarks

Joscelyne Shaw, Head of Policy and Influencing , British Safety Council
The Waldorf Hilton, Aldwych, London, WC2B 4DD, United Kingdom http://www.waldorfhilton.co.uk/ Health And Safety In The Boardroom - How Health And Safety Should Be Part Of Your Strategy 2014-09-09T9:40:00 2014-09-09T10:00:00
9:40 - 10:00

Health And Safety In The Boardroom - How Health And Safety Should Be Part Of Your Strategy

Nick Turnbull, HSE Manager DipNebosh CMIOSH, AkzoNobel

AkzoNobel’s new £100 million investment in the North East is helping the Dutch Company set new standards in many areas of its Decorative Paints Operations; including its Technology, Processes and Culture. One major factor in the design and construction of the new facility has been a desire to set best practice in HSE standards. AkzoNobel will share some of the successes and learning from the completed stages of the project and show how these are now being applied to the ongoing phases of the project and for the ongoing operation to ensure that HSE is at the heart of the culture of the site.

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The Waldorf Hilton, Aldwych, London, WC2B 4DD, United Kingdom http://www.waldorfhilton.co.uk/ Safety Climate Tools: How To Communicate Health And Safety To A Large Number Of Sites 2014-09-09T10:10:00 2014-09-09T10:00:00
10:10 - 10:00

Safety Climate Tools: How To Communicate Health And Safety To A Large Number Of Sites

Finlay Graham, Director of HSE & Risk, GKN Land Systems

In his presentation Finlay will provide information on how GKN communicates health and safety accurately and consistently given the large number of sites it has.  He will give an overview of GKN’s thinkSAFE strategy, the technology used to support it and the safety Corner principal and challenges used for deployment.  He will also explore the use of this strategy to ensure that decisions made at board room level are filtered down to each plant and its target audiences– effectively. 

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The Waldorf Hilton, Aldwych, London, WC2B 4DD, United Kingdom http://www.waldorfhilton.co.uk/ Journey To A Zero Injury Safety Culture 2014-09-09T10:40:00 2014-09-09T11:00:00
10:40 - 11:00

Journey To A Zero Injury Safety Culture

Mike Belson, EAME EHS Director, Caterpillar UK
  • Approaches used throughout our journey
  • Cultural transformation – what is it, and how to measure it?
  • EHS professional ‘business acumen’ and its role in leadership engagement
  • Insight to effective safety cultures / our next move
The Waldorf Hilton, Aldwych, London, WC2B 4DD, United Kingdom http://www.waldorfhilton.co.uk/ Coffee and Networking Break 2014-09-09T11:10:00 2014-09-09T11:00:00
11:10 - 11:00

Coffee and Networking Break

The Waldorf Hilton, Aldwych, London, WC2B 4DD, United Kingdom http://www.waldorfhilton.co.uk/ Materials Handling Equipment and How to Prevent Accidents 2014-09-09T11:40:00 2014-09-09T12:00:00
11:40 - 12:00

Materials Handling Equipment and How to Prevent Accidents

Tony Wallis, Sales and Marketing Director, Toyota Materials Handling

This is a key area of focus for Toyota Material Handling, and is shown not only in our thorough and in depth Operator Training courses ensuring we meet industry guidelines and legislation's, but also coupled with our Preventative Maintenance packages offering guaranteeing care and servicing of MH equipment allowing time for correction and eliminating failure of equipment, both of which ensures a safe working environment.

The Waldorf Hilton, Aldwych, London, WC2B 4DD, United Kingdom http://www.waldorfhilton.co.uk/ Do As I Do: Developing Health and Well Being 2014-09-09T12:10:00 2014-09-09T12:00:00
12:10 - 12:00

Do As I Do: Developing Health and Well Being

Richard Eastwood, Facilities and EHS Manager, UTC Aerospace Systems

Working within the UTC Aerospace Systems site at Plymouth, the EHS team has developed partnership arrangements with local organizations to deliver a health improvement strategy for the 280 employees on site. Richard Eastwood, Facilities Manager, was tasked, some years ago, with installing a gym on site for the use of employees and contractors. By working with the local University of St Mark and St John a partnership was developed that enabled employees and families to use the fantastic new sports facilities in return for a team sponsorship arrangement. This partnership has now grown so that the University hosts the company`s annual Wellness Day and provides resources for biometric screenings carried out at UTC`s premises. Based upon the success of the partnership the company has also developed links with other external organizations to further its health and wellbeing strategy. Richard`s presentation shows how that strategy was implemented and the successful results achieved from it.

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The Waldorf Hilton, Aldwych, London, WC2B 4DD, United Kingdom http://www.waldorfhilton.co.uk/ Old Job, New Risks: Training And Refreshing Employees 2014-09-09T12:40:00 2014-09-09T13:00:00
12:40 - 13:00

Old Job, New Risks: Training And Refreshing Employees

Joscelyne Shaw, Head of Policy, British Safety Council

Research has shown that those who are young or new to the job are three times more likely to be killed or injured than their workmates who've been on the job for a year or more. As we come out of the recession, what could this potentially mean for managers and businesses as a whole? It may be the case that evidence has shown that these injuries and illnesses may be the result of a lack of training and information, work experience and possibly even a lack of confidence; but more importantly there is also evidence that there are other repercussions to the business that may be redressed by putting in place effective leadership and communication that incorporates health and safety as part of the business' agenda. Is there more you could be considering in terms of health and safety when it comes to stepping up out of the recession?

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The Waldorf Hilton, Aldwych, London, WC2B 4DD, United Kingdom http://www.waldorfhilton.co.uk/ Networking Lunch 2014-09-09T13:10:00 2014-09-09T14:00:00
13:10 - 14:00

Networking Lunch

The Waldorf Hilton, Aldwych, London, WC2B 4DD, United Kingdom http://www.waldorfhilton.co.uk/ Standardising Health and Safety 2014-09-09T14:10:00 2014-09-09T14:00:00
14:10 - 14:00

Standardising Health and Safety

Steve Lucas, Plant Logistics , CNH UK

Do you drive a ‘dodgem’ the same way you drive your car?

Do your MHE drivers understand the difference?

How WCM tools can help reduce and deter vehicle related accidents.

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The Waldorf Hilton, Aldwych, London, WC2B 4DD, United Kingdom http://www.waldorfhilton.co.uk/ Prevention through Engagement 2014-09-09T14:40:00 2014-09-09T15:00:00
14:40 - 15:00

Prevention through Engagement

Andy Melachrino, Group Head of Health and Safety, Dairy Crest

 This presentation tells the story of the how Dairy Crest have successfully reduced their accident rates over the last 5 years through 5 key themes, engagement which is one of them.

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The Waldorf Hilton, Aldwych, London, WC2B 4DD, United Kingdom http://www.waldorfhilton.co.uk/ EHS Culture and Teaming 2014-09-09T15:10:00 2014-09-09T15:00:00
15:10 - 15:00

EHS Culture and Teaming

Scott Daniell, EHS Leader, GE Aviation

A key objective set for 2014 and beyond by Scott and his team is the drive to change the EHS culture at GE Aviation Wales. Sustainability of this change is given thorough consideration and factors into every aspect. Starting with shop engagement and working out through the various layers of the organization, the EHS team seeks to strengthen what works well and adapt where required. Customer (employee) satisfaction is the key measurement in the success of the changes that are being made at GE Aviation Wales. Scott also is responsible for integrating the wider GE EHS excellence standard into the existing systems. All EHS projects and goals for the site are centered around a ‘Start Safe, Work Safe, Home Safe’ core purpose.

The Waldorf Hilton, Aldwych, London, WC2B 4DD, United Kingdom http://www.waldorfhilton.co.uk/ Coffee and Networking Break 2014-09-09T15:40:00 2014-09-09T16:00:00
15:40 - 16:00

Coffee and Networking Break

The Waldorf Hilton, Aldwych, London, WC2B 4DD, United Kingdom http://www.waldorfhilton.co.uk/ WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT: Arriving to Work in One Piece Does Not Guarantee Leaving in One Piece! 2014-09-09T16:10:00 2014-09-09T16:00:00
16:10 - 16:00

WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT: Arriving to Work in One Piece Does Not Guarantee Leaving in One Piece!

Paul Burns, Founder, C/B Safety Service Ltd

WARNING: Due to the frank nature of the talk and the visual content some attendees may find some scenes disturbing.

 

A reality check of the consequences when health & safety procedure is not followed. A vivid ' No Holds Barred ' account from the perspective of the injured party. Told by Paul Burns from his own experience in layman's terms how this accident happened. He does not point the finger of blame at any one person or lay fault at the company. But allows the audience to make there own conclusion regarding health & safety in the work place.

Unfortunately Paul's presentation is not available to download.

The Waldorf Hilton, Aldwych, London, WC2B 4DD, United Kingdom http://www.waldorfhilton.co.uk/ Chairman’s Closing Remarks And End Of Conference 2014-09-09T16:50:00 2014-09-09T17:00:00
16:50 - 17:00

Chairman’s Closing Remarks And End Of Conference

Joscelyne Shaw, Head of Policy and Influencing , British Safety Council

Agenda

9th September 2014

The Waldorf Hilton, Aldwych, London, WC2B 4DD, United Kingdom http://www.waldorfhilton.co.uk/ Chairman's Opening Remarks 2014-09-09T9:30:00 2014-09-09T9:00:00 9:30 - 9:00 Chairman's Opening Remarks
Joscelyne Shaw, Head of Policy and Influencing , British Safety Council
The Waldorf Hilton, Aldwych, London, WC2B 4DD, United Kingdom http://www.waldorfhilton.co.uk/ Health And Safety In The Boardroom - How Health And Safety Should Be Part Of Your Strategy 2014-09-09T9:40:00 2014-09-09T10:00:00 9:40 - 10:00 Health And Safety In The Boardroom - How Health And Safety Should Be Part Of Your Strategy
Nick Turnbull, HSE Manager DipNebosh CMIOSH, AkzoNobel
The Waldorf Hilton, Aldwych, London, WC2B 4DD, United Kingdom http://www.waldorfhilton.co.uk/ Safety Climate Tools: How To Communicate Health And Safety To A Large Number Of Sites 2014-09-09T10:10:00 2014-09-09T10:00:00 10:10 - 10:00 Safety Climate Tools: How To Communicate Health And Safety To A Large Number Of Sites
Finlay Graham, Director of HSE & Risk, GKN Land Systems
The Waldorf Hilton, Aldwych, London, WC2B 4DD, United Kingdom http://www.waldorfhilton.co.uk/ Journey To A Zero Injury Safety Culture 2014-09-09T10:40:00 2014-09-09T11:00:00 10:40 - 11:00 Journey To A Zero Injury Safety Culture
Mike Belson, EAME EHS Director, Caterpillar UK
The Waldorf Hilton, Aldwych, London, WC2B 4DD, United Kingdom http://www.waldorfhilton.co.uk/ Coffee and Networking Break 2014-09-09T11:10:00 2014-09-09T11:00:00 11:10 - 11:00
The Waldorf Hilton, Aldwych, London, WC2B 4DD, United Kingdom http://www.waldorfhilton.co.uk/ Materials Handling Equipment and How to Prevent Accidents 2014-09-09T11:40:00 2014-09-09T12:00:00 11:40 - 12:00 Materials Handling Equipment and How to Prevent Accidents
Tony Wallis, Sales and Marketing Director, Toyota Materials Handling
The Waldorf Hilton, Aldwych, London, WC2B 4DD, United Kingdom http://www.waldorfhilton.co.uk/ Do As I Do: Developing Health and Well Being 2014-09-09T12:10:00 2014-09-09T12:00:00 12:10 - 12:00 Do As I Do: Developing Health and Well Being
Richard Eastwood, Facilities and EHS Manager, UTC Aerospace Systems
The Waldorf Hilton, Aldwych, London, WC2B 4DD, United Kingdom http://www.waldorfhilton.co.uk/ Old Job, New Risks: Training And Refreshing Employees 2014-09-09T12:40:00 2014-09-09T13:00:00 12:40 - 13:00 Old Job, New Risks: Training And Refreshing Employees
Joscelyne Shaw, Head of Policy, British Safety Council
The Waldorf Hilton, Aldwych, London, WC2B 4DD, United Kingdom http://www.waldorfhilton.co.uk/ Networking Lunch 2014-09-09T13:10:00 2014-09-09T14:00:00 13:10 - 14:00
The Waldorf Hilton, Aldwych, London, WC2B 4DD, United Kingdom http://www.waldorfhilton.co.uk/ Standardising Health and Safety 2014-09-09T14:10:00 2014-09-09T14:00:00 14:10 - 14:00 Standardising Health and Safety
Steve Lucas, Plant Logistics , CNH UK
The Waldorf Hilton, Aldwych, London, WC2B 4DD, United Kingdom http://www.waldorfhilton.co.uk/ Prevention through Engagement 2014-09-09T14:40:00 2014-09-09T15:00:00 14:40 - 15:00 Prevention through Engagement
Andy Melachrino, Group Head of Health and Safety, Dairy Crest
The Waldorf Hilton, Aldwych, London, WC2B 4DD, United Kingdom http://www.waldorfhilton.co.uk/ EHS Culture and Teaming 2014-09-09T15:10:00 2014-09-09T15:00:00 15:10 - 15:00 EHS Culture and Teaming
Scott Daniell, EHS Leader, GE Aviation
The Waldorf Hilton, Aldwych, London, WC2B 4DD, United Kingdom http://www.waldorfhilton.co.uk/ Coffee and Networking Break 2014-09-09T15:40:00 2014-09-09T16:00:00 15:40 - 16:00
The Waldorf Hilton, Aldwych, London, WC2B 4DD, United Kingdom http://www.waldorfhilton.co.uk/ WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT: Arriving to Work in One Piece Does Not Guarantee Leaving in One Piece! 2014-09-09T16:10:00 2014-09-09T16:00:00 16:10 - 16:00 WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT: Arriving to Work in One Piece Does Not Guarantee Leaving in One Piece!
Paul Burns, Founder, C/B Safety Service Ltd
The Waldorf Hilton, Aldwych, London, WC2B 4DD, United Kingdom http://www.waldorfhilton.co.uk/ Chairman’s Closing Remarks And End Of Conference 2014-09-09T16:50:00 2014-09-09T17:00:00 16:50 - 17:00 Chairman’s Closing Remarks And End Of Conference
Joscelyne Shaw, Head of Policy and Influencing , British Safety Council

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Cancellation and Substitutions Policy: You may make substitutions at any time. Regrettably, no refund can be made for cancellations. If a cancellation is received 45 days or more prior to the event a full value credit will be provided for use against a similar event within a 12 calendar month period from the date of invoice. All cancellations must be made in writing. SayOne Media reserves the right to change the programme, speakers or venue and alter or cancel any published dates without liability.

For free events and complimentary attendance a cancellation policy is enforced for cancellations made within 45 days (unless stated on the event website) of the event will incur a £95 fee. You may make substitutions at any time to avoid this charge.

Payment can be made by credit card (Visa or MasterCard), BACS or cheque made out to SayOne Media Ltd.

Data Protection: By attending a SayOne Media event you consent to your contact details being shared with the third parties directly involved in supporting that event. Sometimes your details may be made available to external companies for marketing purposes. If you do not wish your details to be used for this purpose please write to: The Database Manager, SayOne Media, Elizabeth House, 39 York Road, London SE1 7NQ

Future Factory Series Event – Terms and Conditions: Complimentary attendance is offered to paid subscribers of The Manufacturer (manufacturing companies only). Please see the terms and conditions of attending as a subscriber of The Manufacturer here.

Factory Tour Event – Terms and Conditions: Attendance at a factory tour is subject to approval by the factory tour host site. Substitutions may be subject to factory tour host site approval and within a certain time frame. 3 for 2 delegates offer is NOT available for Factory Tours.

ERP Connect Event – Terms and Conditions: One-to-One Meetings: The one-to-one meetings are arranged during the breaks of the event and are short, informal opportunities to meet with ERP vendors. To qualify for the £95 +VAT delegate rate, the delegate must participate in the scheduled one-to-one meetings with vendors. Kindles: To qualify for a Kindle you have to book and pay by the early bird cut-off date and participate in the scheduled one-to-one meetings. Kindles will be available to collect on the day of the conference.

Please contact SayOne Media if you have any queries regarding the event.

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