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ICE and Costain are both committed to be at the forefront of Knowledge Transfer on Health and Safety issues. That is why, we have joined forces and will be holding this annual lecture, to set standards, identify and promote best practice and advance the H&S agenda, across the board.
Similar to previous years, the lecture will be free to attend, open to Members and non-members, and it will be followed by a drinks reception for all and dinner for some of the guests.
We are all taking great strides to reduce the harm caused to our industries people, property and environment in the development, delivery and operation of infrastructure.
But do we truly get to the real learning from events and more importantly how effective are we at implementing and embedding that learning, to continually improve and really eliminate harm.
This years lecture will be co-chaired by ICE’s President Paul Sheffield and by Costain’s Chief Operating Officer Darren James, who will be joined by guest speakers:
This event will be broadcast online – link to follow.
18:00 - Registration and refreshments
18:30 - Welcome from Chair - Paul Sheffield ICE President
18.35 - Introduction from Darren James, COO, Costain
18.40 - Professor Graham Braithwaite, Professor of Safety and Accident Investigation at Cranfield University
19.10 - Professor Andrew Sharman, President of IOSH and Managing Partner of RMS, Professor of Leadership & Safety Culture at the European Centre for Executive Development
19.40 – Q&A Interactive discussion with the speakers and the audience
19:55 – Closing remarks - Thank you from Darren James, COO, Costain
20.05 – Drinks reception
Andrew is the Managing Partner of RMS, a global consultancy specializing in culture and leadership supporting organizations around the world through industry sectors including mining, construction, oil and gas, pharmaceuticals, and FMCG.
He has Masters degrees in International Health & Safety Law and Environmental Law, in Occupational Psychology and Organizational Behaviour, and a Doctorate in Leadership and Culture Transformation. Andrew is a Chartered Fellow of the Institution of Occupational Safety & Health, a Fellow of the International Institute of Risk and Safety Management, a Fellow of the Institute of Leadership & Management, a Fellow of the Institute of Directors, and a Member of the Health & Safety Lawyers Association.
He holds board positions on several NGOs in the safety, risk and sustainability domain including current serving President of IOSH (the Institution of Occupational Safety & Health), Non -Executive Director and Trustee of the Earth Focus Foundation, Chairman of the Board of the Institute of Leadership and Management. Andrew is also a Professor of Leadership & Safety Culture and Programme Director at CEDEP (the European Centre for Executive Development). He teaches at Caltech (California Institute of Technology), USA, The University of Zurich, and IMD in Lausanne, Switzerland.
Andrew is also the author of nine books on safety culture, leadership, wellbeing and resilience. Including, From Accidents to Zero, a global best-seller on safety culture, and Mind your own Business: What Your MBA Should Have Taught You About Workplace Health & Safety, Co-authored with Dame Judith Hackitt.
His main research interests are in the fields of safety management, accident and incident investigation, human factors and the influence of culture on safety. In 2011, Graham led the University’s successful bid for a Queen’s Anniversary Prize for Higher and Further Education, based on its world-leading working aviation safety. This was followed by the Flight Safety Foundation’s Richard Teller Crane Award for the University’s sustained corporate leadership in aviation safety.
Graham is also the academic lead on the University’s £67m ‘Digital Aviation Research and Technology Centre (DARTeC) project which aims to address digital systems integration challenges around the ‘four A’s’ - the aircraft, airport, airline and airspace of the future.
Since 2011, Graham has acted as an independent member of the Safety Review Board of TUI Northern Region Airlines (formerly Thomson Airways), and also as Independent Safety Adviser to the Board of British Airways since 2015.
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