IOSH Conference 2018, Shape a New World of Work took place 17th– 18th September, at the ICC in Birmingham. IOSH 2018’s annual conference, offered an exciting, relevant, up to the minute insight on the world of work from both national and global perspectives.
The conference was aimed not only at occupational safety and health (OSH) professionals, it was also invaluable to anyone who wants to create a safer, healthier and better world in which to work.
The conference combined presentations from motivational and industry experts with practical and interactive track sessions and networking opportunities.
With over 700 delegates from more than 30 countries, attending the IOSH 2018 Conference to view the presentations and get involved with the exhibition, UKATA staff were able to showcase the UK Asbestos Training Association to a fitting audience, raising brand awareness.
Connections included training providers looking to deliver UKATA Approved asbestos training courses, delegates looking for UKATA Approved trainers and those requesting information on the latest legislation in respect of the asbestos industry.
“Exhibiting at the IOSH Conference was an excellent opportunity for UKATA, providing a strong platform for the association to continue raising awareness of asbestos and further promote training.” says Craig Evans, Chief Operating Officer of UKATA.
UKATA Chair Graham O’Mahony was recently invited to deliver a webinar for IOSH, therefore the invitation to exhibit at the 2018 Conference was a compliment to the association.
Asbestos Management on site - 2nd November 2018 - Part 2:
The IOSH Construction Group is pleased to confirm its next instalment in its webinar programme, this one on asbestos management. Being delivered in conjunction with UK Asbestos Training Association (UKATA), this session will be part two of the two part programme. Part two of these webinars will be covering asbestos management on site, for which we will be welcoming back Graham O’Mahony from Asbestos Training Limited who will deliver this session. You can register free here:
If you require any further information regarding the risks associated to working with asbestos, or have any training requirements see www.ukata.org.uk
Victoria Castelluccio, Marketing Officer