CIEH trainer to speak at Middle East conference

Publication Date: 15th September 2014

Subject: CIEH

CIEH food safety trainer and consultant, Allan Hough, will be delivering a presentation at the International Institute of Risk and Safety Management conference in Dubai on Wednesday 17 September.

The presentation is titled "Food Safety Management in the UAE - A guide for Health and Safety Professionals" and offers an insight for non-food safety professionals. It is aimed at health and safety and risk managers who may have clients with some food responsibility. It will offer insights into food safety and how it impacts on health and safety. Sick or undernourished people have more accidents and higher levels of absenteeism.

Alan Hough is a qualified environmental health officer with over 40 years’ experience, including 30 years working in the Middle East. He has been involved with health and safety throughout his career as an enforcement officer, advisor, supervisor and educator.

While working in higher education in the UAE, Alan has been responsible for health and safety in the colleges in which he has worked.

CIEH Executive Director of Commercial Services, Frank Post, said: “We are always looking to strengthen ties between our organisations and are grateful for the chance to speak to the IIRSM members in the Middle East.”

In addition, following on from the recent developments in West Africa, Carol Young, from International SOS, will be giving a presentation on the Ebola Virus.

More here http://www.iirsm.org/

Notes to editors: 

  • For media enquiries please contact Brian Cowan on 020 7827 5922 or 07721 456727 or email b.cowan@cieh.org 

About the Chartered Institute of Environmental Health (CIEH): 

  • Over 10 million people around the world from the UK to the USA and the Middle East hold a CIEH qualification
  • The CIEH is the professional voice for environmental health representing over 10,000 members working in the public, private and non-profit sectors. It ensures the highest standards of professional competence in its members, in the belief that through environmental health action people's health can be improved
  • The Chartered Institute of Environmental Health (CIEH) is a leading provider of regulated qualifications in health and safety, food safety, environmental management, fire safety and first aid and operates in over 50 countries
  • The CIEH’s 60 qualification training programmes are delivered through a network of over 10,000 registered trainers. The training is developed for the varied skill levels within organisations. They cater to different learning styles and preferences through a series of flexible structures. CIEH qualifications are valued and recognised throughout the world
  • For more information visit www.cieh.org 

 

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