Last-minute seats up for grabs

Last-minute seats up for grabs

The 2022 EHS Congress, gathering the most senior health and safety executives annually in Berlin for a two-day powerhouse, has officially announced nearing the room limit of 250 people for this year’s fifth annual event on September 13 and 14.

Boasting an energetic chairmanship led by Professor Andrew Sharman, the EHS Congress creates a familiar atmosphere where delegates consistently ask questions during and after the presentations and panel debates, making the event highly interactive in its sessions.

This year’s innovation lies in the breakout workshops, including Sidney Dekker’s Restorative Just Culture where participants will trace practices creating “risk secrecy”. Dom Cooper will hold his workshop on Reducing SIFs (serious incidents and fatalities), while Marcin Nazaruk will focus on the Practical Implementation of Safety II and Safety Differently – showcasing his five-step programme. Carsten Busch will highlight whether safety is a choice influenced by culture and behaviour and finally Jean-Christophe Le Coze follows up on his audience-favourite presentation last year Blues of the HSE.

This celebratory fifth edition is due to involve many audience favourites, such as the book giveaway of a newly-released health and safety book; hotspot panel discussions, where you can directly address the panel and get first-hand answers to your questions; and the open-bar networking cocktail reception, where delegates can further follow up conversations in an informal setting with their fellow attendees, accompanied by beer, house wines, and delicious courses.

All sessions will be streamed online so colleagues of registered delegates can watch free of charge from the comfort of their office/home and take notes as the conference is progressing!

On top of all this, this year the EHS Congress brings the latest academic research on safety, from masterminds of safety culture, leadership, and organisation like Patrick Hudson, Philippe Delquié, Paul Difford, E. Scott Geller, and Frank Furedi. These leading names are coupled with the largest organisations in risk-heavy industries such as BP, BASF, Biomeriux, Veolia, L’Oreal, Siemens, GE, Baker Hughes, ASML, Compass Group, Philips, and NEXT to show you exactly how incident rates are getting slashed across regions, with health and well-being gaining increased traction year after year.

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