CEE Environmental Health & Safety Conference
The British Chamber of Commerce in the Czech Republic is organising a CEE conference on environmental health & safety which will cover the following topics: Leadership, Culture, Values; Mental health; Performance Reporting; Future risks and opportunities: HSW 2020; Digitization and training centers; EHS Technology; Management of contractors in the area of Health & Safety; ISO 45001 and safety culture
The cross-industry event will bring together C-level executives, Directors, Heads and Leaders of EHS, Occupational Safety, Operations and H&S
|SPEAKER||TOPICS and BIOS|
|Dr Shaun Davis, Global Director of Safety, Health, Wellbeing & Sustainability, Royal Mail Group
||TOPIC COVERED: Positive Male Mind; supporting mental health in men.
BIO: Dr Shaun Davis has a wide portfolio of responsibilities across the Royal Mail Group; his responsibilities include safety, health, wellbeing and sustainability. Shaun has led a number of improvement programmes across a range of areas and has led an organisation wide health and wellbeing improvement programme – ‘Feeling First Class’ – with particular attention being paid to mental health and wellbeing. Underpinning his work Shaun has also led culture change programmes leading to improved employee engagement.
Voted as one of the 15 most influential in health and safety, Shaun regularly contributes to contemporary debates and campaigns. In June 2018 Shaun was awarded ‘The Institute of Directors – Director of the Year (CSR Category) – London and the South in recognition of his work in mental health. In September 2018 his book exploring mental health in men “Positive Male Mind” was published.
|Jaroslaw Marszalek, EHS Director, Skanska Residential Development Europe
||TOPICS COVERED: Leadership, Culture and Values
BIO: Jarosław Marszałek joined Skanska in 2008. For all this years he used to work in EHS field both on construction and development divisions. He spent 9 months in Skanska UK developing his experience in building a real Health and Safety culture. Except his regular duties, he performs roles of Internal Auditor and Innovation Champion for Skanska Residential Development Europe.
|Simon Walker, Health & Safety Director, Mount Anvil
||TOPICS COVERED: Performance Reporting:
BIO: Simon is Health and Safety Director at property developer Mount Anvil, taking a holistic approach to the safety and wellbeing of staff, recently shortlisted as the Most Influential in Safety for 2018 by SHP Magazine.
Simon’s core philosophy is a willingness to think outside the box, coaching not policing, exemplified by a free Money Doctor financial advice scheme and Phone Home booths allowing workers to call their families.
Simon has many accolades these include 5 stars in the British Safety Council 5 Star Safety audit 2013, 14,15,16,17,18 with the highest score issued by the British Safety Council for such audit and Environmental Audit 2010, 15,16,17,18. Receiver of 9 Sword of Honour’s for Health & Safety Excellence.
Simon has a healthy reputation for his influencing skills. He is an advocate of psychology techniques, designing many of the current behavioural safety systems and author of Divisible by Ego series.
|Jiří Novák, EHS manager, Siemens
||TOPICS COVERED: Utilising digitization and professional training centers to build EHS culture
BIO: Jiří Novák, has more than 15 years of experience in the field of Health and Safety. He joined during this time ISS Facility Services, ENGIE, COLFAX – HOWDEN and SUEZ international corporations in Europe territory. He has experience in the EHS scope of facility management, industry (mechanical and electrotechnical production), energy services, gas &oil industry, civil construction. Jiří is currently working in SIEMENS Czech Republic as a Country EHS manager.
Member of the Czech Association for Risk Prevention, by Expert Institute of Health and Safety, Prague
|Matthew Rae, Director, Safety and Wellbeing, Vodafone||TOPIC COVERED: Technology and Innovation – What does it mean for HSW?
– Health & Safety at work in 2020
– Future risks and opportunities
– How and who to deliver?
BIO: Matthew leads the Global HSW Function for the Vodafone Group. He is a professional with 18 years’ experience managing HSW and risk across multiple geographies and industries including TV and Media, Banking and Telecommunications. He has a special interest in influencing safety standards in emerging markets and developing new and innovative approaches to drive improving HSW performance.
|Jiří Michálek, Chief Safety Officer, ArcelorMittal
||TOPIC COVERED: Management of contractors in the area of H&S:
BIO: Jiri Michalek has over 20 years of professional experience in steel manufacturing with wide range of positions & responsibilities held.
He started his career at Nova Hut as Project Engineer, followed by positions as Rolling Mills Director and Transport Plant Director.
For more than ten years he serves as Chief Safety Officer of ArcelorMittal Ostrava, a.s..
His major role has been deploying Journey to Zero program focused on reduction of lost time injuries and standardizations of the processes in the area of H&S.
|Kate Field, Global Product Champion – Health and Safety, BSI
||TOPIC COVERED: Does ISO 45001 support a strong safety culture?
BIO: Kate Field is BSI’s Global Champion for occupational health and safety. Kate acts as expert and ambassador on OHS, supporting delivery of excellence and expertise across the 193 countries BSI operates in.
With a health and safety career spanning two decades, Kate has authored regulatory and technical guidance, written articles for a range of publications and is a successful global, keynote speaker and presenter.
Kate started her career with the Health and Safety Executive (UK) as a regulatory Inspector before moving into policy development, leading initiatives to tackle health risks. Kate also worked in the private sector, including AgustaWestland (now Leonardo), Bureau Veritas, and easyJet. Kate has run her own consultancy covering a broad range of industries and clients. Prior to joining BSI, Kate was Head of Information and Intelligence at the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) leading on a new strategy for research and technical content.
|Tim Eldridge, Vice president, IOSH & Global Head of Health & Safety, HSBC|
|Dr Claire Douglas, Head of Occupational Health and Wellbeing, SCS Railways
||TOPIC COVERED: Mental Health at work: the need to adapt
BIO: Claire is Head of Occupational Health for SCS Railways, a joint construction venture, helping to build the HS2 Railway. Claire sets the Health and Wellbeing Strategy for the project, overseeing Occupational Health provision, the SCS Wellbeing program and working with the Design and Construction teams to introduce innovative ways of reducing exposure to health risks and enhancing Wellbeing,
Prior to working at SCS, Claire was European Manager of Health and Wellbeing at the global technology company Pitney Bowes. Here she set up a team of Wellbeing Champions who helped to roll out a dynamic wellbeing program, including a global resilience workshop. Resilience, Mental Health First Aid and a Stress Management strategy, (used as a case study by the HSE), were also introduced by Claire in her role as Occupational Health Manager (Strategy) for the John Lewis Partnership, where she worked for seven years.
During a long and varied career in Occupational Health and Wellbeing, Claire has worked in a number of industries including the Film Industry, Pharmaceutical and Engineering. Mental Health has been a particular area of interest and Claire recently gained a Doctorate for her research in to Adapting to Organisational Culture.
|Peter Walsh, Director, Business Development, Europe, Gensuite
TOPIC COVERED: EHS Technology: Using an Integrated Platform and Edge Technology to Improve EHS Performance
BIO: Peter Walsh is an EH&S and Sustainability professional with 25 years’ experience across a diverse range of geographies and roles. His expertise encompasses the full range of EH&S and Sustainability aspects, including socio-economic planning, environmental management, and corporate sustainability performance. He has developed specialist expertise in the use of technology to drive operational excellence and resource efficiency, and has implemented data and process management systems for numerous global clients. Peter has worked for a range of clients across Australia and Europe, in the industrial, manufacturing, pharmaceutical, resource and consumer goods sectors. His professional focus is to help companies use EH&S and Sustainability technology to drive improved business performance.
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