Workplace Healthy Lungs Summit 2017

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Health and Safety Executive

HSE Training and Conferences

Lungs Summit

Lungs info

Lung disease remains a serious problem in the workplace. This Summit will describe what HSE is doing about it, what you can do about it, and what science and evidence can tell us.


Benefits of attending

  • Get a better understanding of how to achieve effective control of exposure in practice
  • Understand the business case for improved control of risk and hear directly about the human consequences of failure
  • Engage with others facing the same challenges - learning from those within your sector and from other sectors regarding good practice and how to engage others for behaviour and attitude change

Who should attend

  • Employers
  • Health and safety professionals, occupational health advisors and consultants
  • Trade and sector bodies, unions, manufacturers of respiratory risk solutions and services
  • Key industry sectors - construction, manufacturing (including stone-working, ceramics, and bakeries) and quarries
  • Academics and professionals working on workplace lung disease

Sponsorship and exhibition opportunities

We have various sponsorship opportunities available to suit organisations of different sizes and budgets. 

Location

Queen Elizabeth II Centre, Westminster, London

Venue London

Conference fee

Early Bird registration up to 1st September is £350. Standard registration is £425.

Contact

For more information visit www.hsl.gov.uk/healthy-lungs or email healthylungs@hsl.gsi.gov.uk


HSE Training and Conferences

HSE events are delivered by scientists and health and safety experts who work in research and investigation every day, for the benefit of industry and government. We offer a comprehensive range of training courses at our laboratory in Derbyshire and elsewhere around the UK. We can also work with you to develop bespoke training solutions. 

Web: hsl.gov.uk/training / Email: training@hsl.gsi.gov.uk / Phone: 01298 218806 


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