30 Jan

CIEH Year Ahead Conference - Environmental Health Futures: Keeping the Public Safe

Early bird (ends 14 December)  

CIEH member: £140
Affiliate member: £240
Non-member: £240

Standard Rate

CIEH member: £195
Affiliate member: £295
Non-member: £295

15Hatfields, Chadwick Court, London, SE1 8DJ

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CIEH Year Ahead is our flagship conference and is not to be missed. This conference covers topics in all five environmental health disciplines and is a must for all Senior Environmental Health professionals, tackling pertinent issues to Public, Private and Third-sectors.

You will discover what’s new in 2019 and what the future holds for the environmental health world. Especially, where key EU Directives and Regulations no longer drive the UK’s food safety, health and safety and environmental protection regimes, what standards we should apply in a Post-Brexit world.

The 2019 Year Ahead Conference brings together notable speakers to examine these significant issues, to consider the foremost challenges and risks and to present a vision of the UK and of environmental health in 2019 and beyond.

Highlight Topics

  • Environmental health: a global perspective
  • Brexit: challenges and opportunities for local government
  • Public protection systems in the meat industry and implications for the future of food safety
  • Supply chains in a post-Brexit world
  • Strategic measures to reduce air pollution and future plans
  • Fire safety post Grenfell: new standards and inspection regimes
  • The housing crisis post Brexit

Programme

Testimonials

"Excellent key note speaker, really down to earth and engaging It was great to network with colleagues from the public and private sector. I thoroughly enjoyed the event." – Past CIEH Year Ahead delegate

"An essential annual event!" – Past CIEH Year Ahead delegate

CPD: 5 Hours

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Chris Choi, Consumer Editor, ITV News is Consumer Editor for ITV News and covers a wide range of economic, industrial and social issues. He delivers some of the most powerful stories for ITV News by getting to the heart of consumer issues, holding businesses to account and interviewing ordinary people directly affected.

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David Drew MP is Shadow Minister for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs and Labour MP for Stroud with a particular interest in making sure we look after our countryside sustainably, including its wildlife, rural economy and the communities.

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Dr David Dyjack, Executive Director, National Environmental Health Association has been NEHA's executive director and chief executive officer since 2015. David’s 30-year career includes expertise in environmental health, emergency preparedness and response, public health informatics, infectious disease, workforce development, governmental infrastructure, maternal and child health, health equity, and chronic disease.

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Martin Fitzpatrick, Chair of the Environmental Health Association of Ireland (2016-2018) worked as Senior Programme Manager for Child Survival in Indonesia after obtaining his MSc. in Environmental Science from TCD. He was then seconded to the World Health Organisation for two years and was appointed Principal EHO in 1997. In 2000, he was seconded for two years to the Department of Health and Children as Environmental Health Advisor. He is currently an EHAI delegate to the IFEH.

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Anne Godfrey CCMI FCIM, Chief Executive, Chartered Institute of Environmental Health was appointed Chief Executive of CIEH in January 2016. Specialising in change management within the not for profit space she has a proven track record of delivering challenging targets while harnessing the skills, knowledge and passion of members, staff and external stakeholders. Previously Anne had leadership roles in a diverse range of membership organisations including CIM, the Law Society and the CBI.

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Leon Livermore, Chief Executive, Chartered Trading Standards Institute started his career in Kingston-upon-Thames as a trainee Trading Standards Officer. After qualifying he spent another 8 years working for Kingston before moving to Westminster, where he established 24 hour multi-agency in the West End. In 2003 he moved to Cambridgeshire and enjoyed a successful 10 years managing services such as Trading Standards, Waste Management and the Environment team.

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Councillor Anita Lower was first elected to Council in 1994. She has been a member of the Liberal Democrat Executive since June 2004 and was Deputy Leader of the Council from September 2010 until May 2011. Anita was Deputy Leader of the Opposition from 2011 – 2013 and became Leader in May 2013. She is Vice Chair of the Local Government Association’s Safer and Stronger Communities Board and is the national champion for the regulation of anti-social behaviour. 

Gavin Stedman, Assistant Director (Port Health), London Port Health Authority


Gavin Stedman, Assistant Director (Port Health), London Port Health Authority, was appointed by the City of London Corporation in November 2015 as an Assistant Director responsible for the London Port Health Authority. During his time at the City of London, Gavin has built strong relationships with major stakeholders, enabling him to drive forward Port Health’s service against a backdrop of increased trade, challenges and uncertainties that Brexit brings. Gavin qualified as an Environmental Health Officer in 1999 and since that time has gained a range of post-graduate qualifications including an LLM in Environmental Health Law, a Diploma in Management Studies and an MSc in Acoustics and Noise Control.

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Dawn Welham, President, Chartered Institute of Environmental Health FCIEH was appointed President-Elect of CIEH in July 2017 and following a 30-year career comes to the role with an in-depth knowledge of fresh food, grocery and retail sectors covering product development, store operations and global supply chains.

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CIEH Year Ahead Conference

Our flagship conference on 30 January 2019 covers topics in all five environmental health disciplines and is a must for all Senior Environmental Health professionals. Book before 14 December and save over £50!

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