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Building personal and organisational resilience half day seminar, 22 February 2017, Manchester

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Wednesday, February 22, 2017 - 09:00 to 13:00
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Your people are your organisations most critical asset. Personal resilience and wellbeing as well as security and safety are paramount in all organisations, and will be 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 will be sharing a wealth of knowledge and first hand experiences providing insight and practical information for your organisation. 

The seminar also provides an invaluable opportunity for networking as we bring together health and safety professionals, building and facility managers, security professionals, HR professionals, fleet managers and more from across the greater Manchester region.


Why attend?

  • Participate in sessions on security, safety, personal resilience and wellbeing
  • Hear from regional expert speakers on a range of issues including emergency planning, physical, personal and cyber security, personal resilience, wellbeing and mental health
  • Exchange of best practice.
 

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Date and time
Wednesday 22 February 2017
09:00 Registration, 9:30 - 13:00 Seminar​

Venue
DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Manchester - Piccadilly (Map)
One Piccadilly Place, 1 Auburn St, Manchester M1 3DG


Agenda

9:00 Registration
09:30 Welcome and introduction
Louise Ward, Policy and Standards Director, British Safety Council
09:35 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
Subject to change
 

Who should attend

  • Academics and researchers​
  • Directors and senior managers
  • Employers
  • Health and safety managers and practitioners
  • Health practitioners
  • Human resource practitioners
  • Journalists
  • Lawyers
  • Regulators
  • Risk managers
  • Trade associations
  • Trade unions and safety representative
Should you have any queries, please contact our customer service team on +44 (0)20 3510 8355 or email customer.service@britsafe.org


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