Pensions secretary to headline health conference

Work and pensions secretary John Hutton and CBI deputy director-general John Cridland will be among keynote speakers at a major conference on workplace health next month.

The Health at Work Congress, organised by the Commercial Occupational Health Providers Association, is being held on 23-24 May in London. It will examine areas such as the government’s strategy for making workplaces healthier, how to make OH contribute to the bottom line and the role of absence management within business.

Other topics being addressed will include sickness absence in the Civil Service, and how the British Transport Police supported officers in the wake of last July’s London terrorist attacks.

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