Lone Worker Safety Expo 2019
The feedback on the 2018 programme was excellent. Many delegates commented on the breadth of subjects covered and were surprised by just how much Lone Working impacts in different sectors.
In 2019 we want to ensure the day continues to be engaging interactive and offers valuable information and that it takes the learning just a little bit further.
We will begin the day with our ‘Ask the Experts’ Session where delegates are able to discuss their challenges and concerns with subject experts. This will be followed by a keynote conference with headline speakers. In the afternoon there will be an interactive panel discussion and three focused interactive workshops.
Throughout the day there will also be the option to chat with our trusted exhibitors. All who will be able to share with you their Lone Worker Solutions….and don’t forget there are plenty of chances to network with likeminded professionals over a great lunch!
To get an idea of last year’s programme, take a look at the 2018 conference.
08.45 - Registration opens
09.00 - Ask the Experts
Come along with questions for our experts in legislation, crime prevention, mental health and wellbeing, muscular skeletal risks of mobile technology, police response, training...
This is also your opportunity to visit our trusted suppliers of lone worker services.
Tea and Coffee will be served during this session leading up to our keynote conference.
10.00 - Welcome from our host Nicole Vazquez, Worthwhile Training
10.15 - Opening Address
Barbara Hockey, Head of Vulnerable Workers Team, Health and Safety Executive
10.30 - Making it Easy to Make the Right Choices
If you work in an office or with a team and you don't know what to do… you ask. Lone workers do not have that luxury, and may be vulnerable to poor decision-making without the benefit of live support. As an employer, how can you make it easy for your people to make the right choices and stay safe? And how do you find out if they don't?
Matt Trigg, Director, Human Applications
10.55 - Security Risks for Lone Workers Travelling in the UK and Abroad
With many lone workers now travelling and working remotely as part of their job, are you sure you (and they) are aware of the current security risks and have an effective security risk assessment and plan in place? There is a need to ensure you have fulfilled your duty of care whether staff are in the UK or abroad and that you have a robust communication plan for when things go wrong.
Chris Phillips Ippso Ltd
11.15 - The Mental Health and Wellbeing Impact of Lone Working
Why does assuring lone worker mental health and wellbeing need to be addressed differently? Duncan will share some of the common operational mistakes that increase the likelihood of mental ill-health in lone workers and provide you with seven steps that can be taken to build a positive mental health and wellbeing culture for lone workers.
Duncan Spencer, Head of Advice and Practice, IOSH
11.40 - Managing the Wellbeing of Your Lone Workers - Lived Experience
Lone Workers need to have in place strategies to improve their resilience and coping mechanisms.
This inspirational talk explore Jason's personal journey and looks at ways to manage trauma and protect individual’s mental health and wellbeing.
Prof Tim Marsh and Jason Anker MBE, Anker & Marsh
12.20 - Lunch and networking
Lunch will be served in the Orangery. This is your chance to mingle with likeminded professionals as well as taking another opportunity to visit our exhibitors.
13.20 - Panel Discussion: Engaging Lone Workers and Senior Management in the Risk Control Conversation
Your opportunity to ask questions of our expert speakers and to hear their views on how to engage across your organisation.
Louise Ward, EHS Director, Siemens Mobility. Spencer Lee, H&S Manager, Arsenal Football Club. Patrick Holdaway, Chief Inspector, National Business Crime Centre. Duncan Spencer, Head Advice and Practice, IOSH, Sean Elson, Partner, Pinsent Masons LLP
INTERACTIVE WORKSHOP 1
14.00 - Practical Solutions to the Personal Safety and Security Risks to Your Lone Workers
Whether your lone workers are in your building or out and about there are actions that can be taken to reduce the risk to their security and safety. This workshop explores very practical steps that can be taken.
Christine Morrison, CMA Training
14.40 - Coffee Break
INTERACTIVE WORKSHOP 2
15.00 - A Legal Case Study
What are the implications of not managing the risks to your lone workers? Sean Elson will explore a recent case study and help you to ensure that you are fulfilling your legal obligations and protecting both your lone workers and your business.
Sean Elson, Partner, Pinsent Masons LLP
INTERACTIVE WORKSHOP 3
15.40 - Managing Violence and Aggression Against Frontline Staff
Why do your lone workers not behave as you (or they) would expect when faced with conflict? This drama based session will help explore lone workers behaviours and provide ideas on equipping staff with the skills to defuse situations and protect themselves.
Nicole Vazquez, Director, Worthwhile Training and the Worthwhile Training Team