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The Universities Safety and Health Association (USHA) promotes safety and health in higher education ensuring the wellbeing of university staff, students and visitors.

It produces statistical analysis of the sector’s H&S performance, runs events seminars and conferences, and publishes professional standards and guidance documents.

USHA leads the way with consultation and lobbying on national policies on the world stage, and offers members a community of support, knowledge sharing and networking.

USHA Fire Group Seminar 2016

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The 2016 USHA Fire Group Seminar took place at East Sussex National at Uckfield. There was 100 in attendance with the event being sponsored by Evac+Chair. Members voted in the new Chair of the Group Margaret Glendenning from the University of Cambridge. Here are the conference presentations and photos:

Photos
https://www.dropbox.com/sh/tsmufnefzp7ujnl/AACsatSDUtNp5HfZlcEuiU9ea?dl=0

Presentations
https://www.dropbox.com/sh/ltm8re5v6untjxo/AAA1FV56Jz2rc4uqq_sC1_DKa?dl=0

USHA Spring Seminar 2016

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Over a hundred attended the 2016 Spring Conference held at the Hilton Hotel in Belfast. Delegates heard from a variety of speakers focusing on the theme of ‘pushing the boundaries: is health and safety the first or last piece of the jigsaw. They included Nicola Dandridge from UUK, Chris Kemp of the BBC, Dr Ryan Copeland International SOS and Keith Morrison HSE Northern Ireland. The 2016 chosen charity was the Cancer Research Trust linked to Queens University Belfast

Here are the conference presentations

Click here for the conference photographs

 

USHA Estates Seminar 2016

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Over 80 attended this year’s Estates Seminar, at the University of Liverpool in London , looking at health in construction. The opening address was from the Chair Elect of AUDE Trevor Humphreys and other key note speakers included Chris Lucas from HSE, Paul Verrico of Eversheds, Michael Lytrides Imperial College London  and Mike Slater of the BOHS Construction Breath Freely Campaign. The event was sponsored by Healthy Buildings International.