Conference

SCoS Conference 2019

On October 30th, 2019, Health & Safety professionals from across Scotland will gather at The Lighthouse in Glasgow for an exceptional conference focused on improving the mental health of our workplaces.

Featuring a keynote address from Martin Temple, Chair of the Health and Safety Executive, including Kris Kelly from SAMH, Saskia Garner from Suzy Lamplugh Trust & Claire Walsh of BAE Systems.

Tickets are available from https://conference.scos.org.uk/.

Health Risks at Work – do you know yours?

In 2007 while speaking at the SCoS Conference in Hampden, Stewart Campbell ex Director of HSE challenged the Scottish health & safety community to continue their position at the forefront of health & safety, they must help improve health and wellbeing. After the conference, Claire Walsh SCoS, Robert Aitkinson SCHWL, Karen McDonnell RoSPA, Bob Rajan HSE, Norman Stevenson SCOS, John Cairns SGWS, Sarah Jones HSE formed a working group to produce a toolkit of simple easy to implement items for the

In May 2012 the toolkit was passed on to SGUK to roll out across the rest of the UK.

http://www.healthyworkinglives.com/advice/minimising-workplace-risks/HRatW.aspx

Conference a great succcess!

The Scottish Chamber of Safety Annual Conference was a great success, bringing together safety professionals from all over the country to debate, discuss and learn about key issues facing our profession. Pictures and reactions from the day will be posted when available.

Champions and Safety Groups Discount

If you are a Health Risks at Work champion or a member of your local safety group, you qualify for a reduced rate to attend the conference. For more information contact Healthy Working Lives or your local safety group.

Safe, Healthy and Fit for Purpose

24th February 2011

Registration from 08:45 – 09:30, conference closes at 16:00.

A conference and exhibition for everyone working to improve health, safety and wellbeing in Scotland.

  • Keynote address from Roger Bibbings (RoSPA, IOSH Lifetime Achievement award holder)
  • Debate session with Dr Paul Stollard (HSE) and Ian Tasker (STUC)
  • Presentation of the Lord Cullen Awards by Lord Cullen of Whitekirk
  • Drama presentation by “Acting Up

Register online now

The conference will provide an opportunity for practitioners and interested parties to improve their working knowledge of current safety issues, update on the national implications of Lord Young’s review and take part in a discussion on the implications.

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