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March 20, 2017

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Big names added to mental health conference line up


Norman Lamb MP and Professor Lord Richard Layard join an already stellar line up including Alistair Campbell, Claire Forshaw from HSL and industry peers Clive Johnson, Karl Simons and Judith Grant for this one day event on Mental Health which has been designed specifically with Health and Safety Professionals in mind.

“I am delighted that Norman Lamb and Professor Layard have agreed to speak for us. This conference promises to deliver in one day inspiration and ways forward for health and safety professionals in managing mental health in their organisations” says conference organizer Heather Beach who is putting the programme together jointly with Professor Tim Marsh

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Professor Lord Richard Layard                                                                         Norman Lamb MP

Norman Lamb is Liberal Democrat MP for North Norfolk and is well known for having proposed an amendment to the first aid regulations to include mental health. Professor Lord Richard Layard is programme director of the Centre for Economic Performance at the London School of Economics. Professor Layard has recently written a book about the economics of happiness, with one theme being the importance of non-income variables on aggregate happiness, including mental health.

These two join an impressive line up containing psychologists Tim Marsh and Sharon de Mascia, HR Employment Lawyer, Pam Loch and MHFA. The conference is taking place on 11 May at the British Medical Association in London and costs £295.

The conference is supported by the British Safety Council, IIRSM, Barbour EHS and Acre.

If you would like more information about this topic, please contact Heather Beach at 0207 400 5572 or email at [email protected].


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