Presentations

Below are the presentations from the 2017 SHE Management Conference.

 

 

SESSION 1 – KEYNOTES

Jon Butterworth, National Grid - National Grid Keynote

Selvin Brown, HSE - Help Us to Help GB Work Well

Mike Clancy, Prospect - Safety and Wellbeing Through Change – A Union Perspective

SESSION 2 – ASSET MANAGEMENT

Phil Swift, Western Power Distribution - Asset Management – A Wider Perspective

David Miller, National Grid - How Well Do You Know Your Assets?

Paul Jewell, Western Power Distribution - The Management of Link Disconnection Boxes to Improve Public Safety

Gerry Mooney, ESB Networks - OneSource – One Part of a Safety Journey

SESSION 3 – OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH

Professor Karen Walker-Bone, Arthritis Research UK - Musculoskeletal Disorders and Work

Dr Grant Mayho, British Medical Association - Ageing Workforces

Geoff Earl, Northern Powergrid - Powering Improvement – A Whole Industry Approach to Occupational Health

SESSION 4 – SKILLS & TRAINING

Nick Ellins, Energy & Utility Skills Group - Energy and Utilities Workforce Renewal and Skills Strategy: 2020 

Dr David Towlson, NEBOSH - Competence in Health and Safety

 

SESSION 5 – ENVIRONMENT

Caroline Action, Met Office - Mitigating Risk Through Weather and Climate Intelligence

James Nicholls, Oracle Environmental Experts, Dr Jon Burton, Oracle Environmental Experts and Rees Westley, Capture Green Environmental Solutions - Contaminated Land and Waste Streams

SESSION 6 – BENCHMARKING – OTHER SECTORS

Steve Hails, Tideway - Transformational Health, Safety and Wellbeing

Gavin Armstrong, Toyota Motor Manufacturing (UK) Ltd - Beyond the KPIs: Lessons Learnt on the Journey to a Safer Place

Wilma Kelly, Scottish Power - Management of Road Risk

SESSION 7 – CLOSING KEYNOTES

Chris Train, Cadent Ltd - Safety Leadership Through Change

Dr Steve Bull, Olympic and England Cricket Psychologist - Closing Keynote Handout