Health & Safety North event heads to Manchester
03 October 2017
EventCity in Manchester will host next week’s Health & Safety North conference and exhibition. The event is expected to attract 2000 visitors and 200 exhibitors and will run alongside the inaugural Fire Safety North event.
Running from 10th to 11th October 2017, the event is set to attract professionals from across the region for two days of educational seminars, industry debates, networking opportunities and equipment displays.
The main http://www.healthandsafetyevents.co.uk/north-seminars conference programme, curated by the event’s educational partner, the British Safety Council, promises quality presentations from a line-up of industry leaders. Highlights will include a session on the results of a new Britain’s Healthiest Workplace survey and a legal update from Clyde & Co. Meanwhile, the Safety Dialogue Theatre, sponsored by 3M, provides a forum for panel debates on topics including fall protection, hearing and respiratory health.
Leading industry organisations will be represented at the event, including the National Examination Board for Occupational Safety and Health (NEBOSH), the Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH), the British Safety Industry Federation (BSIF), the Energy Institute and the International Institute of Risk & Safety Management (IIRSM).
Tim Else, event director at Western Business Exhibitions, which organises the event, said: “After 10 excellent years at the Bolton Arena, the growing volume of exhibitors wanting to participate and the growing need to satisfy the educational requirements for the visitors to the event was such that we had to seek a larger venue. By moving to Manchester we have more space to meet that demand.
“There is no other event in the north of England providing this level of education, debate and networking for professionals whose job involves health and safety. With thanks to our partners and sponsors, we’ve put together another great programme and look forward to welcoming the safety and health community to our new home in the north.”
Free registration is now open.