Mental health conference for H&S professionals
Not to be missed, mental health for health and safety professionals is the topic for this keynote conference in London.
The latest survey in Safety & Health Practitioner (SHP) Magazine shows that 63% of health and safety professionals have mental health as part of their remit and a further 21% contribute to policy. Without a doubt, mental health is now a key issue in the UK’s health and safety agenda.
International Workplace is pleased to support the Mental Health for Health and Safety Professionals conference taking place on 11 May at the British Medical Association in London.
The conference brings together globally renowned specialists in the field together with well-known keynote speakers to provide inspiration as well as practical support to health and safety managers tasked with managing mental health. Conference partners include the British Safety Council, IIRSM, Acre and Barbour EHS.
Recently announced speakers include Norman Lamb MP and Professor Lord Richard Layard. They join Alistair Campbell, Health and Safety Laboratory's Clare Forshaw, psychologists Tim Marsh and Sharon de Mascia, and industry peers Karl Simons and Clive Johnson to provide a comprehensive and engaging day.
The delegate rate is £295 and you can book online, or contact the organisers via email@example.com.