Aberdeen’s Health & Safety Start to the Day - Breakfast Briefing
British Safety Council is holding its first Breakfast Briefing in
Aberdeen next month for companies and member organisations.
The event, on Thursday 17th September between 0900 -1100, will cover major health and safety issues including offshore safety in light of the KP3 report, the HSE Strategy, positive safety culture, director leadership, worker involvement and corporate homicide.
The breakfast briefing is designed to update and inform some 250 BSC member organisations, including Sword of Honour and International Safety Award winners, based in Aberdeenshire, north and north-east Scotland on key developments affecting the oil and gas sector and other industries.
Following hard on the heels of a successful breakfast briefing in Edinburgh in June, it is aimed at directors, managers, supervisors, safety representatives, health and safety managers and practitioners, risk advisers and others who have a key role to play in helping prevent workplace injury and ill-health.
“This is a good opportunity to network with other member organisations from a wide range of industries including the construction, retail, service and transport and distribution sectors, and share and celebrate best practice. We are delighted that Steve Walker, HSE’s new Head of the Offshore Division, has agreed to attend and speak” said Neal Stone, Head of Policy and Public Affairs at the BSC.
The expert panel of speakers will include Steve Walker, Head of the HSE’s Offshore Division; Susan Elston, Managing Director of ARAMARK Offshore and Remote Sites; Kevin Haag, of Saipem (DuPont Cultural Leadership Award Winner in 2008); Nigel Bryson OBE, Managing Director of Bryson Consulting; and Alex Lovie and Stephan Coetzer, the BSC’s Area Managers for Scotland.
The breakfast briefing will be held at AVC Media Enterprises Ltd, Wellington Circle, Aberdeen, AB12 3JG