05 Nov

CIEH Network Conference - Health and Safety

Accidents and Enforcement Actions

CIEH member: £99
Affiliate member: £149
Non-member: £149

Jurys Inns, Liverpool, 31 Keel Wharf, Liverpool, Merseyside, L3 4FN

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CIEH’s first Network Conference on Health and Safety will focus on accidents and enforcement actions. The event will provide an update on growing challenges and trends that threaten public safety. In addition, delegates will have the opportunity to upskill, network and stay informed on the latest developments in housing and health.

Join us as experts share industry guidelines, hear best practice case studies on lessons learnt from incidents and discuss some of the biggest challenges environmental health professionals are coming across.

Key topics include:

  • 10 Years on the Primary Authority Partnership review
  • Accreditation scheme
  • Safety lessons learnt from trampoline parks
  • Legal labelling
  • Case study - hot liquids

  

Programme

CPD: 4 Hours and 30 Minutes


Debbie Wood, Executive Director of Membership and Professional Development joined CIEH in November 2016. Debbie leads CIEH’s membership and professional development services, as well as increasing the voice and visibility of the organisation to Government, key partners, the media and the wider public.
She joined CIEH from Solace (the Society of Local Government Chief Executives and Senior Managers) where she served as Group Director.
Prior to her role at Solace, Debbie started her career at the Association of District Councils, where she was a policy officer with responsibility for environmental health, before working for the Local Government Association and the Equality and Human Rights Commission.

Alex Tsavalos


Dr. Alexander Tsavalos joined the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) in 1997, a Scientific Officer with a background in biochemistry introducing the Biocidal Products Regulations. Then 10 years as a frontline Regulatory Inspector covering agriculture, construction, chemical manufacture, COMAH and safety auditing. Alex then moved into Policy and Operational Delivery dealing with nanotechnology, LPG, explosives, acetylene, stakeholder engagement, public consultation and regulatory reform.
Currently, Alex heads the Governance and Monitoring Team in HSE’s Local Authority and Safety Unit – sitting at the intersection of HSE’s sectoral interests and Local Authorities as regulators of health and safety - protecting workers and the public.  


Gill Twell joined the Leisure Industry in 1985, starting her career as a part-time Lifeguard. She has held a diverse range of roles, with the majority working in local government.

She now heads up the Development arm of the business for both Right Directions and Quest, including the strategic development and implementation of the scheme business plans. Gill also manages the product development, business generation, training and sustainably improving delivery and operational standards. She has been an integral player in the creation of the specific operations standards and training to support the new ‘Family Activity Centres’ that are opening across the UK.

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