IOSH 2004 International Conference and Exhibition

IOSH
2004 International Conference and Exhibition, 20-21 April, Harrogate
International Centre

Taking
as its theme ‘Growing professionally – developing influence’, IOSH’s 2004
conference will examine the challenges and opportunities for health and safety
professionals as they seek to develop their role and influence in an
increasingly global environment.

IOSH’s
organising committee would like to hear from anyone with ideas for potential
topics, speakers and other contributions to the conference programme.

The
committee is also calling for papers on issues of contemporary interest in
health, safety and the environment, including the following:


Disaster planning and recovery


Insurance, compensation and blame


Accident investigation


Noise and vibration


International standards


Globalisation and the supply chain


Best practice in international working


Management systems


Career development and mentoring

If
you wish to be considered as a presenter at the conference, you are invited to
submit an abstract of your work to Kate Pallett, special events co-ordinator,
PR department, IOSH, The Grange, Highfield Drive, Wigston, Leicestershire, LE18
1NN, UK, or e-mail kate.pallett@iosh.co.uk. All abstracts must be received by
30 June 2003.

The
abstract must be typed and include the following information:


Title of paper


Name of author, organisation, city and country


A concise statement of aims, results and conclusions

Presenting
authors will be notified of receipt and notification of acceptance of the
abstract submitted will be sent to the author in August.

Other
proposals for contributions to the event should also be sent in writing to Kate
by 30 June 2003.

Any
further queries should also be addressed to Kate, 0116 257 3100 (phone) or 0116
257 3101 (fax).

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