Registration opens for IOSH 2014 conference

This year’s IOSH conference, running alongside Safety & Health Expo 2014, is essential if you want to develop the necessary skills and knowledge to adapt to the rapidly evolving health and safety environment.

In response to feedback from IOSH members and previous delegates, and with input from a conference working party, this year’s programme explores the core theme of ‘leadership’. The programme also features international and cross-industry content that’s involving, strategic, practical and, above all, engaging.

Why attend IOSH 2014?

•    High-level plenary presentations from internationally renowned speakers
•    The opportunity to personalise your agenda – mix practical CoreSkills+ workshops with high-level, business-critical content
•    Free entry to Safety & Health Expo 2014, the market-leading health and safety exhibition
•    Informative sessions and networking activities that can contribute to your CPD

Key speakers for 2014 include:

Professor Sidney Dekker – Griffith University
General The Lord Dannatt GCB CBE MC DL - Former Chief of the General Staff, British Army,
Steve Hails – Director of Health and Safety, Crossrail
Judith Hackitt CBE - Chair, Health and Safety Executive
Dr Dominic Cooper – Chief Executive Officer, B-Safe Management Solutions
Kevin Furniss, Vice President HSSE, AP Moller Maersk Terminals

You'll have the opportunity to choose sessions from the following tracks:

Track A: The impact of leadership and culture in rapidly changing environments
Track B: Global risk management strategies to take your business forward
Track C: Beyond compliance – regulatory and legal requirements to improve performance
Track D: CoreSkills+ workshops, providing practical and technical solutions to critical health and safety issues

With over 80 speakers and 35 sessions to choose from, IOSH 2014 is not to be missed. Visit to secure your place. This year, you’ll have the opportunity to select your sessions when you register, so book early to avoid disappointment.