Book early for IOSH 2016 early-bird offer

Just over a week is left to take advantage of an early-bird discount for IOSH’s annual conference.

Dr Karen McDonnell speaking at IOSH 2015. Image credit: © Steve Burden Photography
Dr Karen McDonnell speaking at IOSH 2015. Image credit: © Steve Burden Photography

About 200 people have already registered for IOSH 2016, which takes place at London ExCeL from 21-22 June.

The conference theme will be ‘Influential leadership: delivering impact – sustaining change’. It will be the third and final part of a series of IOSH international conferences on the theme of leadership.

Delegates who register before Friday 18 March will receive up to £100 off their tickets.

Shelley Frost, executive director of policy at IOSH, said the event will be invaluable for delegates.

She said: “IOSH 2016 will be focusing on all of the big OSH issues of today. It will also be an opportunity to hear the perspectives and viewpoints from OSH leaders and look at some of the really big issues around how to influence.”

Following high-level plenary sessions, the event will be split into four tracks, with attendees being able to choose the one which best suits their requirements. The tracks will be:

• How to influence – internally and externally
• Business risk and resilience
• Innovation across programmes, strategy and technology
• Positioning for the future

Sir Clive Woodward, who was coach of the England Rugby Team which won the 2003 World Cup, will be a keynote speaker, while broadcast journalist Tanya Beckett will chair the conference.

To see the full IOSH 2016 programme and to take advantage of the early-bird offer, visit the

You can also stay up-to-date with the latest developments in the lead up to and during IOSH 2016 on Twitter by following the @IOSH_conference account, or via the hashtag #IOSH2016.

IOSH 2016 will be co-located with the Safety & Health Expo (21-23 June), which will feature a wide array of exhibitions showcasing the latest innovations, products and services.


Type : 

Add new comment