19 Oct

Is cosmetic medicine in need of a facelift?

CIEH Member: Free
Non-member: £20

Online (BigMarker)

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  • Time: 11.00 - 12.00 GMT


Invasive aesthetic treatments such as fillers, injectable botox, chemical peels and laser treatments have caused concern amongst the environmental health community for some time. In response we’re bringing together leading experts in this area to discuss the scope of current regulation within the sector, with a particular regard to the more invasive aesthetic treatments.

We’ll debate how the industry and the environmental health profession can work together to drive up standards and to influence the effectiveness of current regulation and enforcement. We’ll also discuss the creation of the Joint Council of Cosmetic Practitioners (JCCP) and what it aims to do, as well as looking at the work done around the National Occupational Standards (NOS), and how these can assist with improving standards with the aim of promoting public protection. 

Our panel of experts will include: Professor David Sines CBE, Chair of the JCCP; Diane Hey, vice-chair of the beauty professional apprenticeship Trailblazer and member of various government advisory boards; and Victor Ktorakis, a Senior Environmental Health Officer and a Trustee of the JCCP and member of the London Special Treatments Group.

We also want to update Environmental Health Practitioners (EHPs) on the practical implications such as how to deal with complaints from members of the public, what to look out for during the inspection, what regulations are useful to you in enforcement and current trends causing concern with the environmental health community.


Taking place Monday 19 October, this webinar will be facilitated by professionals and expert panellists. They’re the perfect opportunity to get answers to anything aesthetic treatment-related.  

Who should attend?

Any environmental and public health professionals.

What you need to know

There is a limit of 1,000 attendees for this webinar, so register now to guarantee your place. To ensure you can access the webinar on the day, please test your system in advance of the session as requested in the confirmation email.  

If you would like to submit a question to the panel, please email it us at least 24 hours before the scheduled start time

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