A conference at Fota Island Resort, Fota Island, Cork – 1st February 2017
The conference will allow a panel of distinguished speakers to consider how to work together to assess risks under a range of different scenarios. They will provide practical and current advice and consider some of the pitfalls of risk assessment.
The speakers include some leading academic and industrial specialists as well as practicing consultants and experts from the Health and Safety Authority and the British Occupational Hygiene Society (BOHS).
The conference has been primarily designed for: process owners, safety engineers/specialists, consultants, contractors, health & safety officers, academics, trainers, technicians, supervisors, managers, occupational hygienists, facilities personnel and team leaders. In fact anyone with risk assessment responsibilities and duties will benefit from the conference. It has been approved by Engineers Ireland and those who attend the event can record their attendance as CPD.
The event will appeal to a wide range of industries and organizations, including: multi-nationals right down to SMEs and state and semi-state agencies. One of the aims is to bring together a number of leading subject specialists and experts in Risk Assessment to address various aspects of quantitative and qualitative risk evaluation, control and management.
A trade exhibition will also be held in conjunction with the conference, presenting networking opportunities for delegates and allowing specialist suppliers to showcase key products and services.
Additional information and booking details are available on the website: www.env.ie
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