Presentations & Slides

Below are the presentations from the 2016 SHE Management Conference.

 

Thursday 12 May

09:10-09:30      Nicholas Tarrant, NIE Networks
                       Welcome speech

09:30-09:50      Keith Morrison, Health & Safety Executive Northern Ireland
                       Keynote speech

10:10-10:45      Nigel Girling, National Centre for Strategic Leadership
                       Keynote speech

11:10-11:40      Professor Neil Greenberg, King's College London
                       Sustaining Resilience at Work: How Organisations can Encourage Good Mental Health

11:40-12:00      Jane McClenaghan, Vital Nutrition
                       Eat Well, Work Well

12:00-12:25      Andy Buxton, National Grid 
                       National Grid Case Study

13:30-13:50      Robert Duncan, IEMA
                       Challenges and Changes for the Environmental Practitioner

13:50-14:10      Rod Kause, AltaLink 
                       Environment Challenges of Building and Maintaining Transmission Assets in Alberta

14:10-14:30      Michael Bailey, National Grid 
                       Upcycling within National Grid

14:30-14:50      Tim Trace, Heathrow Airport 
                       Heathrow Energy Initiatives

15:20-15:40      Peter McCormick, Energy Networks Association
                       PI Update/Management Guidelines

15:40-16:00      Ian Travers, Lockheed Martin
                       Targeting Vulnerability in Process Safety and Asset Management

 

Friday 13 May

09:00-09:20      Seamus Leheny, Freight Transport Association
                       Safety & Compliance Management in Operating a Commercial Vehicle Fleet

09:20-09:50      Seamus Nolan, ESB Networks
                       Using Telematics to Influence Safer Driving in the Workplace

09:20-09:50      Chris Charlton, Northern Powergrid
                       Using Telematics to Influence Safer Driving in the Workplace

11:00-11:30      Stephen Hemphill, Mutual Energy & Roy Coulter, Mutual Energy
                       Managing Health and Safety in Innovative Projects

11:30-11:50      Angus Long, Skanwear
                       Saving Lives

11:50-12:10      Chris Surgeoner, NIE Networks
                       Work at Height Case Study

12:10-12:35      Dr Karen McDonnell, Institution of Occupational Safety and Health
                       Compliance to Competence: Positioning the Profession for the Future