More speakers announced for [email protected] 2017

With less than a month to go until the highly anticipated 14th annual Health @ Work Summit, we are delighted to announce even more thought leading speakers, who will be sharing their knowledge and expertise to help you benchmark, develop and transform the health agenda in your workplace.

With less than a month to go until the highly anticipated 14th annual Health @ Work Summit, we are delighted to announce even more thought leading speakers, who will be sharing their knowledge and expertise to help you benchmark, develop and transform the health agenda
in your workplace.

Chaired by Louise Aston, Wellbeing Director at Business in the Community, this summit will see talks from a range of industries and topics to help attendees stay abreast of changes in thinking on the topic of health and wellbeing at work. Attending this summit will give you an opportunity for you to review, benchmark and hear about the latest research on the legal, moral and commercial responsibilities of organisations to safeguard the health and wellbeing of employees, enabling you to:

  • Gain insights to best practice case studies from a range of industries
  • Take away practical tool and strategies to develop a holistic health and wellbeing strategy
  • Attend smaller breakout sessions on the topics that really interest you
  • Network and share best practice insights with industry peers
  • Hear from leading industry experts about the changes to the health agenda in the workplace.

Speakers and topics for this highly anticipated conference include:

Clare Forshaw, HSE, “Developing a strategy to respond to the changing landscape of health at work

Susan Gee, Yorkshire Water, “Making wellbeing a part of our blueprint – a best practice case study

Andrew Spells, British Council, “Developing a wellbeing strategy for a dispersed, remote and diverse workforce

Lisa McGrevy, Wincanton, “Making health, safety and wellbeing a management priority

Helen Houghton, Doncaster & Bassetlaw Hospitals NHS Trusts, “Evolving the wellbeing agenda through a wellbeing programme

Steve Exall, BT,The importance of a supportive return to work strategy

John Green, Laing O’Rourke, “Challenge, change and stay curious – the stormy present

Emma Mamo, MIND, “Mental first aid – why the stigma must end

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Spaces are selling out fast for this summit – click here to view the full programme and secure your ticket. 

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