Attend the UK’s only Conference for Everyone involved with Health and Safety in Social Care.
The Fair Way to a Safer Way
- Expert speakers sharing best practice
- Safety in Care awards
- Sector suppliers exhibition
- Interactive breakout sessions
The National Health and Safety Conference for Social Care 2017
Who Should Attend?
- Anybody involved with health and safety in the care sector
- Owners and managers of care homes and independent care villages
- Providers of community- based services and specialized housing
- Independent and not-for-profit care providers
- Health and safety suppliers to the care sector
- Those with responsibility for health and safety in residential and day care homes, healthcare,social care and charitable care organisations
What will be covered?
Our National Conference is a great opportunity to be updated about relevant health and safety issues for the care sector. NASHiCS supports individuals and organisations to promote excellence of health and safety in care services. This year’s conference will host leading speakers covering key topics, including; plenary sessions and workshops relating to regulation; facilities management; legal aspects; night working; stress, health and mental wellbeing; fire safety; safe water management; falls from windows; equality and diversity. Special... The conference will begin on Tuesday 12th September 2017, at 1:30pm, with a Mock Coroner inquest, and the chance to observe and learn.
Speakers, for plenary and workshop parallel sessions from:-
- Care Quality Commission
- Health and Safety Executive
- University of Sheffield, Music Department
- Weightman’s,(for Mock Coroner Inquest)
- National Health Service
- University of Oxford, Sleep Institute
- Nant Ltd
The Programme is evolving, so check back here for up- to- date information.
STOP PRESS 12th June
Paul Howes, the Primary Authority Scheme Manager at Lincoln Fire & Rescue, will be running a one to one Fire Safety Clinic during the NASHiCS Conference on Wed 13th September
Striving to promote excellence of safety and health in care services.