HSE storm gathers pace – Prague, May 22 nd - 23 rd, 2013
The growing correlation between a strong safety culture and profitable management in industry has taken on new significance in the context of the persistent tight economic climate and increasingly regulated industrial sphere.
This increasingly complex environment requires significant attention from HSE professionals who are already contending with the need to improve compliance, and to translate and export HSE practice across globalized production chains. Challenges also remain at home, in instilling 'a safety mindset' among individual employees, as well as introducing sustainable HSE programming to rapidly developing economies in CIS, Asia, and Africa.
In light of these realities HSE Excellence Europe, now entering its 7th year has recruited a pantheon of HSE notables from around the world.
Returning in an advisory role are: Andrew Sharman, Director – Environment, Health & Safety and Risk Management – Owens-Illinois, (Switzerland)
They are joined by: Dr. Jukka Takala, Executive Director – Workplace Safety and Health Institute, Ministry of Manpower (Singapore), Neil Budworth, Corporate Health and Safety Manager – E.ON (UK) Subash Ludhra, President – Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH)
The event also enjoys the patronage of ISSA Secretary General, Mr. Hans-Horst Konkolewsky, giving global significance to the work being done by his peers in HSE. Endorsing next year's conference are HSL, NEBOSH and the British Safety Council, all of which have provided critical HSE support for the immense Olympic buildup.
HSE Excellence's advisory corps is providing insight and guidance in assembling 2013's premiere HSE event. Convene with them at 7th Annual HSE Excellence Europe in Prague, May 22nd – 23rd, 2013 to balance progress, with both for safety and profit in mind, and to further anchor HSE practice to the impacts faced by workers and the wider communities that support industry.
The entire 7th Annual HSE Excellence team, its advisors, and growing speaker corps, encourage you to join the storm, and to help bring improved HSE to practice to thirsty industry.
For more information contact:
Phone: 00 421 257 272 137
Fax: 00 421 255 644 490
Or navigate to: http://hse.flemingeurope.com/