USHA ANNUAL SPRING CONFERENCE
The Changing World of Health and Safety
- living in challenging times
Tuesday 23rd April – Thursday 25th April 2013
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What will I learn:
- How to do more with less - working effectively in a hectic environment
- Evolving your skill set to meet the challenges
- How ‘brand’ has the power to change the world of health and safety
- Improve partnership working with the Health and Safety Executive
- The UCEA engagement toolkit
- Working the Lucozade model for Health and Safety
- The HESA Data Collection process
- Managing the change process and the potential for risk incubation
- Oral communication in an internet age
The Conference Experience:
- Top calibre keynote speakers from around the world
- The USHA Networking Hub a new discussion and exchange forum to share innovative new ideas
- Enjoy the company of our ‘Master of Ceremonies’ the renowned actor of stage, television and film Jonathan Linsley who has appeared in Last of the Summer Wine, Emmerdale and most recently the Pirates of the Caribbean films.
- Attend a special Civic Reception hosted by Glasgow City Council at the famous Oran Mor Cultural Centre
- Followed by a Gala Dinner with the dress code being ‘tartan inspired’ - everyone is being encouraged to wear one item of tartan clothing!
- A guided walk of the historic buildings of the University of Glasgow
- A foodies delight sampling the best of Scottish food
- § Go on a sensory voyage through the medium of Scotland’s national drink - whisky
- Hear Russell Wardrop, from the award winning company Kissing With Confidence, give his rendition of an unforgettable ‘Immortal Memory to Robert Burns’
- It’s world renowned for being a friendly , fun and stylish city
- Visitors come for the cocktails, cuisine and designer chic as well as the legendary native wit
- It has recently made it into a list of 10 top world cities compiled by the travel guide company Lonely Planet.
- What's hot in Glasgow is as diverse as actor James McAvoy to eating pan-fried scallops.
- You can cruise the Clyde by powerboat or add your voice to the Hampden roar.
- Or shop 'til you drop - it's no secret Glasgow is the 2nd largest centre for shopping in the UK
Supporting local charities
The Beatson Pebble Appeal is the chosen charity of the University of Glasgow, and is a £10m campaign to raise funds to build the Beatson Translational Research Centre; the final element in the creation of the Glasgow Centre for Cancer Research.
USHA is pleased to support this campaign as Glasgow's vital link to beating cancer and will be purchasing a ‘Beatson Pebble’ for every delegate who attends.