A Platform To Give Future OHS Leaders A Voice In The Profession.

HSE Global Series Presents…
Future Leaders Congress 2021

Confirmed Workshops:

Jessica Jackson

Vice President EHS

Stephen Carver

Senior Lecturer, consultant and speaker in Change and Crisis Management

Michael Tooma

Managing Partner

Ross Hopwood

HSQE Manager

Gareth Beck

Health & Safety Advisor

Robert Jukes

Health, Safety & Environment Manager

James MacPherson

Host & Producer | HSE Manager

Pre-Event Sessions:

Topic:

The Power of Curiosity, Creativity, Courage & Care – how living into your Values can transform your career in Health & Safety

Moderated by:

Crystal Danbury

Group Head of Safety & Insurance

Topic:

Embracing Your Personal Brand & Values-Led Leadership

Moderated by:

Anna Keen

Founding Director

Programme:

09:15 – 09:25

Welcome to the Congress

Hosted by: Elliot Cunnington

09:25 – 10:25

Advisory Council Panel

Title: Questions from the audience,  answers from the panel!  Live and interactive panel sessions coving a whole range of topics.

Panel: Anna Keen, Stuart Hughes, Robert Jukes, James MacPherson, Josh Huggins & Ross Hopwood

10:30 – 11:00

Case Study 1

Title: Taking Your Career International

Hosted by: Ross Hopwood & Gareth Beck

The global employment market is changing, and the professional jobs market has become truly global. COVID has put a pause on some opportunities currently but have you ever considered living and working in another country and immersing in another culture? Join Gareth Beck and Ross Hopwood as they talk about their experiences of health and safety in New Zealand and Dubai respectively. What are the pros? What are the cons? and what are the opportunities that come from working in another market? Get your questions ready at the ready.

11:05 – 11:55

Keynote Session 1

Title: TBC

Hosted by: Steven Carver

11:55 – 12:10

Keynote Breakout Session 1

Hosted by: Steven Carver

A chance for the audience to interactively ask Steven questions while discussing key points from the session

12:15 – 12:45

Case Study 2

Title: Networking Like A Boss

Hosted by: Robert Jukes

How to connect with Key Persons of Influence and grow your network

13:15 – 14:05

Keynote Session 2

Title: Building Organizational Resilience: Safety Lessons from COVID-19

Hosted by: Michael Tooma

This presentation will explore the implications of the pandemic to the safety profession and more importantly the lessons that can be learned from the pandemic for the post-pandemic safety world.

14:05 – 14:20

Keynote Breakout Session 2

Hosted by: Michael Tooma

A chance for the audience to interactively ask Michael questions while discussing key points from the session

14:25 – 14:55

Case Study 3

Title: End the war of New View and Old View

Hosted by: James MacPherson

After interviewing some of the biggest players in the so-called New view and Old View.  JAmesMacPherson from Rebranding Safety gives a download of the lessons he has learned and thoughts on moving forward. 

15:00 – 15:30

Case Study 4

Title: Owning Your Future – How to take control of your career in Health and Safety

Hosted by: Anna Keen

Whatever your ambitions understanding how to get the most from your career is not only critical to fulfilling your potential but to making an impact and saving lives. In this session Anna Keen, Founding Director of Acre Frameworks, will share her experience over the last 20 years of recruiting and developing Health and Safety leaders and provide valuable insights that will enable you to own your career and achieve your purpose.

15:35 – 16:25

Keynote Session 3

Title: Emerging Trends for EHS Future Leaders

Hosted by: Jessica Jackson

Tomorrow’s EHS leaders need to be at the forefront of today’s trends

Increasing expectations to deliver results faster and the growing importance of breaking down communication barriers are two trends to stay ahead of. 2020’s Covid-19 driven environment meant that EHS had to not just perform but also deliver at a breakneck pace while navigating unprecedented levels of change and adaptability, which set a high bar to consistently deliver at an accelerated speed. EHS communications in 2020 also took on the extra aspect of constantly evolving safety protocols, while facing the challenges of keeping employees engaged and involved without being able to maintain face to face contact. We will explore ways to help break down internal communication barriers and how to ensure that EHS is leveraging company-wide communications.

16:25 – 16:40

Keynote Breakout Session 3

Hosted by: Jessica Jackson

A chance for the audience to interactively ask Jessica questions while discussing key points from the session

Event Hosts:

HSE Future Leaders Host

Elliot Cunnington

“I am very excited to welcome you all to the first HSE Future Leaders Congress in May!  This event is going to be groundbreaking for the industry and is open to all regardless of experience, age or position.

This event is completely free to attend.  All you need to do is fill out the form at the top or bottom and I’ll look forward to greeting you all in May!”

HSE Future Leaders Master of Ceremony

Anna Keen

Influencers:

Stuart Hughes

Head of Health & Safety

James McPhearson

Host & HSE Manager

Sunit

Atwal

Regional HSE Manager (London)

Anna

Keen

Founding Director

Robert

Jukes

Health, Safety & Environment Manager

Josh

Huggins

Director

Dean

Reed

Head of Health & Safety

Deepak

Haridas

HSE Manager

Michael

Swain

Regional HSE  Manager

Beth

Lockwood

Health & Safety Advisor 

Hayley

Wright

OHSE Professional, Audit & Risk Lead

Andrew

Spencer

EHS Officer

Rachel

Butler

Head of Risk & Compliance

Joel

Whittaker

Head of High Risk & News Safety

Faye

Rockley

Senior Health & Safety Advisor

Adam

Singh

Health & Safety Consultant

Kelly

Clifford

QSHE Technician

Joe

Monastero

HSE Manager Supply Chain UKFO

Abbie

Foy

Health & Safety Advisor

Ross

Hopwood

HSEQ Manager

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