Categories: a-events, a-port-information, Business, HullPublished On: 05.03.2019309 words1.5 min read

Culture and Control: Tackling unacceptable levels of fatal and serious injuries in the logistics industry

A practical seminar from ICHCA International                             Wed 27 March, Hallmark Hotel, Hull, UK

The Ports and Logistics sector is still experiencing unacceptable levels of fatal and serious injuries despite decades of development in the field of health and safety. This seminar will explore potential reasons for this and look at possible solutions from a range of presenters and open debate.

As the leading NGO association representing the interests of the global cargo handling industry, ICHCA International is pleased to once bring all the interested industry parties together to share the latest insights and explore pragmatic responses.

Topics include:

  • KEYNOTE: Occupational behavioural initiatives at Associated British Ports
  • Developments with tailored PPE
  • Enclosed space incidents
  • Management engagement with the workforce
  • ‘A day in the death of Michael Clark’ – interactive training
  • HSE’s Health and safety climate tool update
  • Health and safety laboratory: Advanced research for organisation health and wellbeing as business driver for entrepreneurship
  • Update on IOSH / Dr Walters study on global container terminals’ arrangements for health, safety and welfare
  • Open discussion forum: What we’ve learned & next steps the industry should take

Speakers and Moderators confirmed:

  • Dr Kate Blackford, Group Head of Behavioural Safety, Associated British Ports
  • Bill Brassington, Owner, ETS Consulting, ETS Consulting
  • Capt. Richard Brough O.B.E., Head of ICHCA International, ICHCA International
  • Nic Ingle, CEO, International Dry Bulk Terminals Group
  • Dermot Kerrigan, EPICK
  • Peter Lahay, ITF Dockers Section – London, International Transport Workers Federation – Canada
  • Dr Panagiotis Stavrakakis, Business Lead for Organisational Health & Wellbeing, Health & Safety Executive
  • Richard Steele, CEO, Port Skills and Safety
  • Sarah Tydeman, Chief Operating Officer, Anchor Safety
  • Jennifer Webster, Occupational Psychologist, Health & Safety Executive
  • Peter Wilkinson, Group Health & Safety Manager, Associated British Ports