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October 20, 2020

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5 reasons to attend the Engage EHS Virtual Safety Summit 

The Virtual Safety Summit will be taking place from 3-4 November 2020. Brought to you by Engage EHS, this event promises to bring attendees world-class content from within the safety, legal and technology fields.  

Here are five reasons why you can’t afford to miss the Virtual Safety Summit: 

1. Completely Online & FREE to attend 

To reflect the current environment, the Virtual Safety Summit will be taking place completely online, so you can attend without even having to leave your chair! Engage EHS is working to bring you as immersive an experience as possible: It will be running Q&A sessions with speakers, raffling off some great prizes and offering some great networking opportunities. 

The Virtual Safety Summit is also totally FREE to attend. 

2. Some of the leading speakers in health & safety 

The Virtual Safety Summit will feature some of the leading speakers across the safety, legal and technology sectors, including: 

– Gavin Reese: Partner at Law Firm RPC, specialising in Health, Safety and the Environment;

– Zoe Davies: Senior H&S Advisor at global marketing leaders IMG;

– Robbie Tilleard: Partner Experience & People Science at Behavioural change specialists Humu.

Click here to see a full speaker list 

3. A range of thought-leader sessions to choose from 

Engage EHS will be running a series of thought leader seminars and workshops covering the hot-button health and safety issues in today’s world.  The sessions are gathered under 3 ‘tracks’, so you can easily find the most relevant content: 

 – Life in the Age of COVID-19;

 – Safety Engagement;

 – Proving the Value of Safety.

Click here to view the agenda in detail 

4. Supporting an extremely important cause 

The Virtual Safety Summit is supporting the work of NHS Charities Together (UK) and the St. James’s Hospital Foundation (IRE). 

These organisations have been supporting frontline healthcare staff caring for COVID-19 patients since the beginning of the pandemic. Engage EHS is encouraging all attendees to contribute to the fantastic work that they do! 

5. Earn your CPD points 

Finally, the summit is offering CPD points to all event attendees. This will be a great chance to gather points from the comfort of your desk!  

Click here to register.

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