Webinars and events

Upcoming IOSH webinars and feature events

Safety, Health & Wellbeing Live
Event type: In person exhibition
Date:  Wednesday 28 - Thursday 29 September 2022
Location: Farnborough International
IOSH speakers: Lawrence Webb, President Elect - 28 Sept, 13:45 on social sustainability 
Exhibition: Visit stand 136 to meet the IOSH Thames Valley Branch and talk to IOSH staff

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Safety, Health and Wellbeing Live (SHW Live) is set to reconnect regional occupational safety and health communities in the South of England and will offer essential educational, networking and procurement opportunities to enjoy across two days. This free, live event offers you the chance to speak to industry experts, learn about the latest innovations and build direct relationships with your key suppliers. IOSH is delighted to be an Event Partner this year.

Why visit?

  • 80+ key suppliers of health, safety and wellbeing all in one place
  • Two days of high-quality curated CPD content across two theatres
  • Health and Safety Executive to deliver key seminars and clinics
  • Farnborough International - a truly world-class events venue
  • Free parking or just 35 mins by train from London with free shuttle
  • Free networking party open to all

We know that the expectations of safety teams have never been higher. We understand the increasing pressure, not just to keep your teams safe, but to help them thrive in a post-pandemic and stressful world of work.

SHW Live uniquely commits to delivering the answers you need, whether your priority is workplace safety, occupational health or mental health and wellbeing, or indeed all three.

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Applying safety investigation standards to occupational health incidents
Event type: Webinar
Date:  Thursday 29 September 2022
Time: 12.30-13.30 BST

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Investigating incidents resulting in physical injury has been a mainstay of many safety management systems, with the development and implementation of effective tools and techniques revealing causative pathways and identifying remedial actions for improving prevention. But when an occupational disease is diagnosed, such as work-related poor mental health or exposure to carcinogens, are the same tools and techniques applied?

Join us for this pivotal ICOH and IOSH webinar seeking to explore if current safety management systems afford occupational health conditions the same degree of rigorous investigation and intervention as other workplace incident.

Dr Karen Michell, Chair of ICOH SCAP, will be joined by Dr Odette Volmink of The National Institute for Occupational Health; Mireya Rifá Fabregat, ENSHPO President; Dr David Thomas of Middlesex University and Susan Donnelly of HSE.

Having spent their lives developing and enhancing preventative measures and incident investigation, our panel will explore how organisations might adapt their incident investigation processes. In this regard they will address the occupational health conditions developed and focus on who should be involved in the investigation and in what capacity. They will discuss how to overcome any potential barriers and how the findings of investigations into occupational health incidents help to develop a positive occupational health and safety culture.

Dr Karen Michell, Research Programme Lead (Occupational Health), IOSH

Dr Odette Volmink, Occupational Medicine Physician, The National Institute for Occupational Health
Mireya Rifá Fabregat, President, ENSHPO
Dr David Thomas, Senior Lecturer in Occupational Health and Safety Management, Middlesex University
Susan Donnelly, HM Principal Inspector, HSE

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The Food and Drink Industry Conference 2022
Event type: In-person
Date:  Tuesday 4 October 2022
Time: 08:30-17:00 BST
 Chesford Grange Hotel, Kenilworth, CV8 2LD
Host: Food and Drink Industries Group

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Opportunity starts here - your professional journey – webinar series

In this session Tony Ginda, Head of Membership Engagement and Development and Tracey Steans, Professional Development and Standards Manager will provide an overview of our new and enhanced Blueprint. The presentation will provide details of the digital offer from self-assessment through to creating a Personal Development Plan and how to access a range of CPD resources. The panel will aim to answer all your questions either during the session or via an updated FAQ sheet following the event.

13 October, 12:30-13:15 - Chartered Members and Fellows: The session, hosted by President Elect Lawrence Webb, will take an informative approach to ensure members are ready to refresh their professional journey and lead the profession by example.

20 October, 12:30-13:15 – Grad, Tech and Certified: The session, hosted by President Louise Hosking, will take an informative approach to ensure members are ready to continue their professional journey and advance further in their career.

17 November, 12:30-13:15 – Affiliate and Student:  The session, hosted by a member of the Presidential Team, will take an informative approach to ensure members are ready to start their professional journey and develop a rewarding career


Upcoming volunteer-led webinars and events

Our volunteer-led branches and groups regularly run virtual speaker meetings and webinars on a range of OSH topics and industry specific issues.

View all volunteer-led webinars and events


What do attendees think about our events?

"Thoroughly enjoyed the Future Leaders 2021 which included a variety of interesting presentations and discussions relating to future growth and evolution of health and safety, and how it relates to us all as aspiring future leaders. As it was virtual it meant I could network with other attendees from across the globe - France and Trinidad to name just a few! Fantastic event, can't wait for next years!” - Ellis TechIOSH

"Value-adding, engaging, and interesting; the IOSH NVC 2022 was an outstanding conference for me as an attendee. It championed inclusive opportunities to readily hear from (and ask unfiltered questions to) the Presidential Team, IOSH Corporate team, and volunteers across the globe. With a strong focus on discussing & promoting a forward-thinking IOSH, and clear introspective content/reflections from the whole of IOSH, this conference exceeded all my expectations.” - Peter Jenkins, GradIOSH

Don't forget to log events and webinars as Continued Professional Development (CPD) activities

Events and webinars are ideal for keeping your knowledge up to date as well as your CPD. After attending a webinar or event you should add this as an activity on your online CPD record and take the opportunity to reflect on your learning. Read some simple tips on how to do this.


Missed a webinar? No problem!

Browse through our recorded webinars and watch them back in your own time. You can still log this on your CPD record.

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