15 November 2010
Lloyd's Register, 71 Fenchurch Street, London, EC3M 4BS

Provisional Programme

09:00Registration and CoffeeBrought to you by Platinum Sponsor
09:30Message from the ChairTom Boardley
Marine Director, Lloyd's Register
09:40Opening Address Martin L Shaw
Marine Operations and Assurance Management Consultant
10:00Coffee breakBrought to you by Silver Sponsor
Morning session: Why do we still have accidents in the workplace?
Learning from Cross-Industry Experience
10:20Keynote Address: CSR OHS Policy and StrategyChris Barringer
Head of Transportation; Health & Safety Executive (HSE)
10:45The Experience of the Rail IndustryAnson Jack
Director of Policy, Research & Risk; UK RSSB
11:10The Experience of the Aerospace IndustryRichard J. Kennedy
Aviation Safety Manager, Europe; Boeing Commercial Airplanes
11:35The Experience of the Process IndustryMark Boult
Associate Director for Safety; DNV
12:00How risk assessments can give a false sense of security Richard Rowe
Safety Director - Lloyd’s Register Group
12:30
Open panel session: Why do we still have fatalities and accidents in the work place?

13:00LunchBrought to you by Gold Sponsor
Afternoon session: What can we do to improve safety standards in the work place?
Corporate Business Assurance
14:00Keynote Address: Health and Safety in the work place - The Human Factors Perspective W. Ian Hamilton
Technical Director;Human Engineering Ltd
14:25The RNLI's Approach to Risk Management at SeaGeorge Rawlinson
Head of Coastal Operations; RNLI
14:50 CSR for OHS: Risk Assessment and Insurance IssuesMark Williams
Risk Management Director; Willis UK & Ireland
15:15Afternoon teaBrought to you by Silver Sponsor II
15:35CSR for OHS: Risk Assessment and Insurance IssuesDr Ian Wrightson,
Senior Risk Consultant, Zurich Insurance Plc
16:00CSR for OHS and Corporate Legal ComplianceDavid Leckie
Partner; Clyde & Co LLP
16:25Open panel session: What can we do to Improve H&S Standards?
16:55Closing Address Archibald Frederick Smith
RNLI Board Member
17:30Conference close 

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