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Squire Patton Bloggs hold Annual Environmental, Safety and Health Conference

We are pleased to invite you to our seventh Annual Environmental, Safety and Health Conference, taking place in our London office on 6 June 2018. Businesses and workplaces are subject to constant change: from new technologies, substances and work processes, to emerging issues of environmental concern and focus, and changes in the workforce, new forms of employment and ways of working. All of these changes can present new risks and challenges to compliance. These must be anticipated and addressed in order to ensure safe and healthy workplaces in the future. Our conference this year will focus on the new and emerging risks, challenges and compliance theories in environment, safety and health and how businesses can anticipate, recognise, plan for and address such risks.

• Paul Hingley, Business Manager Data Services, Siemens
“Potential Threats to the Safety of Industrial Processes from Cyber Security”
• Toby Thorp MSc. MCIEH CEnvH, Environmental Health Officer, City of London Corporation EHO
“Emerging Local Authority Enforcement: Service Planning and Driving Improvements in Work
at Height”
• David Curran MA FCIPD MSyl, Founding Director, Edson Tiger
“Getting Left of Bang Right: Mitigating the Terrorist and Criminal Threat in Crowded Spaces”
• Stephen Wardle, Director, Ernst & Young
“The Future Started Yesterday and We are Already Late (Looking at the Impact of New Technology, including Blockchain, AI, RPA and 3D Printing)”
• Matthew Holder, Head of Campaigns and Engagement, British Safety Council
“Future Risks to Safety, Health and Wellbeing Due to Technological, Demographic and Other Developments at Work”
 Martin Hall, Director, PiB Insurance Brokers
“Improving your Risk Profile”
• Anita Lloyd, Director, Squire Patton Boggs
“Plastic Not So Fantastic: Regulatory Responses to the Building Public Pressure to
Eliminate Plastics”

The full agenda will be published and circulated closer to the day. Please register now to secure your space and feel free to forward this invitation to your colleagues should this be of interest for them.

To find out more or register your interest, please click here