European HSE Management Forum 3.0

We are happy to announce our upcoming European HSE Management Forum 3.0, which will be held on 20th – 21st of September in the vibrant city of Amsterdam.

We will gather professionals from many different industries and countries all around the World to share their experience and best practices with you.

Among many emerging topics, the event will discuss the human factors in HSE and why the people are the solutions not the problem. We will discuss possible ways of improving Safety Culture through Behaviour Training and the four pillars of our Behavioural Safety Improvement Cycle. Participants will have the chance to discuss new skills required for safety professionals and how they evolve in the future.

Throughout a real life case study of an explosion the audience will hear proven practices of incident prevention and incident recovery to minimize the consequences.

Join both of our interactive panel discussions to discuss further about Health & Wellbeing at work and Brexit and the potential ramifications on the HSE industry.

Looking forward meeting you all in Amsterdam!

Just two days to save a life!

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What participants say about our events:

“I find all presentations on the event of really high quality and there are many ideas for my business to take back home with me.”
Keith Hole - Head of SHEQW, M.T.S. Cleaning Services Ltd / United Kingdom
“These events are really good invested time. Interesting and empowering meetings with another people by sharing new ideas, news. I am looking at these events as a kind of looking into the future.”
Sebastian Bartels - Vice President, EMEA, Dekra Organisational Reliability Ltd. / Belgium
“So high quality for me to meet people who are interested in my beliefs and to spend focused time with them to make the sector better.”
Gary Keohane - International Health, Safety Manager, Enercon Service / Germany
“Satisfied and happy to find a chance to share my opinion with another people on this event.”
Timo Kronlöf - Co-Founder, NordSafety / Findland

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Dr. David S W Tjong
Dr. David S W TjongGlobal Director, Health, Safety and Environment
Ideal Standard International
Keith Hole
Keith HoleVice Chair
IOSH Construction Group
United Kingdom
Ben Churchill
Ben ChurchillChairman
The Besure Project
Clare Forshaw
Clare ForshawFormer Head of Centre for Health
Health and Safety Executive
United Kingdom
Jan-Petter Fossum
Jan-Petter FossumSVP & Head of Corporate HESQ
Yara International ASA
Anthony Wareham
Anthony WarehamHead of Health Safety and Security
Philips International B.V.
The Netherlands
Duncan Aspin
Duncan AspinHead of HSEQS
United Kingdom
Mavis and Raymond Nye
Mavis and Raymond NyePresident and Vice Chair
Mavis Nye Foundation
United Kingdom
Steve Howells
Steve HowellsGroup HSSE Director
GVC Group
United Kingdom
Judith Grant
Judith GrantAssociate Director - Health and Wellbeing
United Kingdom
Serge Everdepoel
Serge EverdepoelCorporate H&S Director
Johnson Controls
Shahana Buchanan
Shahana BuchananProcess Safety Program Manager
Miguel A. Gómez Pardo
Miguel A. Gómez PardoIndustrial Safety Manager
Kathleen Goossens
Kathleen GoossensPartner
Ben Woodruf
Ben WoodrufHead of Business Development
SHE Software
United Kingdom
Steffan Groch
Steffan GrochChair
Health and Safety Lawyers Association
United Kingdom
Bart Vanmarcke
Bart VanmarckeHead of HSE Group
Bombardier Transportation
Julian Taylor
Julian TaylorManager, Solutions Architect
SHE Software
United Kingdom
Josy John
Josy JohnCorporate Safety Head
Tata Consulting Engineers Limited
Mark Knill
Mark KnillChief Sales Officer
Langdon Dement
Langdon DementEHS Advisor
UL EHS Sustainability
United States of America
Tjeerd Hendel-Blackford
Tjeerd Hendel-BlackfordHead of Thought Leadership
Dr. Sam Bradbrook
Dr. Sam BradbrookFuturist
Health and Safety Executive
United Kingdom
Davide Scotti
Davide ScottiGeneral Secretary
Leadership in Health & Safety Foundation

Prestigious Advisors

Gary Keohane
Gary KeohaneInternational Health & Safety Manager
ENERCON Service Deutschland GmbH
Jonathan Gawthrop
Jonathan GawthropSenior Account Director
Faustino Martinez
Faustino MartinezEHS Vice President
Thijs de Vries
Thijs de VriesChief Design & Learning
Warp Industries
Stefan Zander
Stefan ZanderGlobal Head of Safety, Environment and Security
Helmut Weissengruber
Helmut WeissengruberSafety
Necmi Türer
Necmi TürerHSE and Fire Regional Manager (Turkey-Middle East-Africa-CIS)
Bosch BSH Home Appliances
Dr Michael Sinclair-Williams
Dr Michael Sinclair-WilliamsGroup HSEQ Director
Keller plc
Sergey Kharitich
Sergey KharitichHSE Project Manager
Franziska Löbner
Franziska LöbnerHSE Manager
f | glass GmbH

Event schedule

Day one

  • 08:20 Registration & Networking with Welcome Coffee

  • 08:45 Greeting from the Project Lead & GLC Icebreaker Session

  • 08:55 Opening Remarks from the Chair

  • 09:00 Addressing Human Factors for Continuous Improvement

  • 09:40 Transform your approach and create a fatality prevention focus

  • 10:20 Addressing ‘common health problems’ at work – MSDs and depression – a work or personal problem

  • 11:00 Tea, Coffee, Networking & Exhibits

  • 11:30

    Track A: Improving Safety Culture through Behavior Training

    Track B: Strategic leadership of health and wellbeing

  • 12:10

    Track A: Behaviour change isnt just about changing behaviours

    Track B: BT HSE Preventive Culture at Bombardier

  • 12:50

    Track A: End to End Health and Safety Systems – Changing Culture and building Value

    Track B: Macro to Micro, Transposing big ideas to small projects

  • 13:30 Luncheon & Networking

  • 14:30

    Tech Session A: How to choose the right EHS software

    Tech Session B: Digitalisation and the Future World of Work

  • 15:10

    Tech Session A: Automation Intelligence Lead Safety

    Tech Session B: Giving employees a safety voice

  • 15:50 Tea, Coffee, Networking & Exhibits

  • 16:20 OPEN PANEL DISCUSSION: New Technologies Influencing HSE

  • 17:00 Closing Remarks from the Chair & Networking

  • 17:10 End of Day 1

  • 18:00 Cocktail Reception

Day two

  • 08:30 Meet, Greet & Networking with Welcome Coffee

  • 08:55 Opening Remarks from the Chair

  • 09:00 How do we get ownership of Safety to where it truly belongs?

  • 09:40 Accelerating Your Safety Culture

  • 10:20 Legal compliance as part of ISO 45001

  • 11:00 Tea, Coffee, Networking & Exhibits

  • 11:30

    STORYTELLING A: An explosion to learn from

    STORYTELLING B: 10 Years of Leadership in Health & Safety – Cultural Change Through Management Commitment & Workforce Engagement

  • 12:10

    Track A: Challenge of the day!

    Track B: The story of how a victim of Asbestos disease fights back

  • 12:40 Luncheon & Networking

  • 13:40 Safety Culture In the Emerging world

  • 14:20 Case study: Implementing an integrated entreprise EHS platform

  • 15:00 Tea, Coffee, Networking & Exhibits

  • 15:30 WORKSHOP: Crisis / Incident Management

  • 16:10 HSE in the Brexit Era

  • 17:00 Closing Remarks from the Chair & Farewell Networking

  • 17:10 End of Day 2

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Who will you meet?

VPs • MDs • General Managers • Heads • Managers • Team Leaders • Superintendents • Advisors • Coordinators • Auditors • Engineers for Health, Safety, Security, Quality • Fire and Safety Engineering Process Safety • Operations • Exploration & Production • Crisis Management Strategy • Contingency Planning • Occupational Health • Risk Assessment • Corporate Medical Directors • Consultants • Loss & Prevention • Occupational Psychologists • Operations and H&S • Occupational Safety • Process Safety:


  • Automotive
  • Aviation
  • Construction and Materials
  • Chemicals and Petrochemicals
  • Healthcare and Medical Devices
  • Electronics
  • Plastics
  • Logistics and Transportation
  • Energy Providers
  • Oil & Gas
  • Governmental and Regulatory Bodies and many others…

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