AWARD-EVENTS.png

Building personal and organisational resilience

Wednesday
22
Feb 2017
Add to calendar

DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Piccadilly Place, 1 Auburn Street
Manchester
M1 3DG

Your people are your organisations most critical asset. Personal resilience and wellbeing as well as security and safety are paramount in all organisations, and was the core focus of our 2017 seminar in Manchester. Our guest speakers, from a range of backgrounds including policing, government, transport, fleet management, workplace resilience and wellbeing training, are experts in their field. Through a range of engaging sessions, our speakers shared a wealth of knowledge and first hand experiences providing insight and practical information for your organisation.

The seminar also provided an invaluable opportunity for networking as health and safety professionals, building and facility managers, security professionals, HR professionals, fleet managers and more from across the greater Manchester region came together to discuss this important topic.

Agenda

9:00 Registration
9:30

Welcome and introduction

Louise Ward, Policy and Standards Director, British Safety Council

9:35

Planning for catastrophe

Tom Powell, Head of Audit and Risk Management, Manchester City Council

10:05

The changing face of workplace security

Superintendent Kyle Gordon, C Division Operations, British Transport Police

10:35 Tea / Coffee break
11:00

Conflict avoidance (case study)

Dave Mulhall, Head of Safety and Security, TransPennine Express

11:30

Rest, recovery and resilience

Mark Davies, 7 Futures

Nathan Douglas, Double Olympian and Captain of GB Athletics European Championships 2016

12:25

Mates in Mind

Steve Hails, Director of Health, Safety & Wellbeing, Thames Tideway Tunnel

12:55

Closing remarks

Louise Ward, Policy and Standards Director, British Safety Council 

13:00 Close
"British Safety Council events always deliver quality information from quality speakers in an entertaining and engaging style."
Steve Cowton EHS Manager, Siemens.