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This year's Annual General Meeting meeting will take place on 13 December. Members are invited to join the Council members and the IIRSM executive team to review the year's activities and vote in person on the matters raised.
Following the AGM guests can enjoy a topical seminar and are then invited to join IIRSM President, Andy Hawkes, at the President’s Reception - a networking event for members and industry colleagues.
Members will need to log into MyIIRSM and can then view or download documents relating to the AGM here.
Please register below if you wish to attend.
16.00 AGM (IIRSM Members only)
16:30 Tea and coffee
17.00 Seminar - the impact on health and safety professionals in the new world of risk
18.00 President’s drinks reception and networking
19:00 Event closes
Thursday, 13 December, 2018 - 15:30 - 19:00
UBM, 19th Floor, 240 Blackfriars Road London SE1 8BF
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2018 has served up a wealth of content in both traditional and emerging risks but the dynamism does not stop there. Innovation is reshaping likelihood and severity, creating opportunities for organisations to reduce and redefine risk within their operations, industries, and territories. It can be too easy in exciting times to get swept away by waves of change, but the reality is that employee deaths, workplace illnesses, accidents and injuries remain a significant feature, despite the wealth of new technology and innovation available today. In fact, some factors, such as mental health, are increasing significantly.
Where does this leave risk and safety professionals today?
John Huckstepp - Owner, A Blank Canvas
John is a Specialist Fellow of the IIRSM and a Chartered Fellow of the CIPD. His background includes rail, gas, and chemicals, although in recent years, he has worked with Central Government, higher education and the NHS on performance, capability and risk. His career has included the transformation of a £60m turnover business, the single point of contact following a double fatality, and advising on international culture. John has spoken at the Institution of Chemical Engineers ‘Hazards’ Conference, has hosted a recent IIRSM webinar on leadership and risk, presented at the IOSH National Conference, and is a regular presenter and guest speaker at a variety of corporate conferences and training events.
For the last five years, John has been studying risk and resilience and has recently been working on the development of the IIIRSM Futureproof programme.