Autumn Seminar 11th October
Mental Wellbeing Awareness: Supporting Staff Supporting Students
Bookings are open for the USHA Autumn Seminar taking place on Tuesday 11th October at the Barbican in London.
The seminar's theme of 'supporting staff who support students' with mental wellbeing issues is breaking into areas that have yet to be exploredin detail and that have a significant impact across the higher education sector.
The seminar is partnered with the student services organisation AMOSSHE and supported by UUK.
This event has attracted some top calibre speakers including :
- Norman Lamb MP - Chair of the Cross Party Committee on Mental Health
- Dr Ruth Caleb - Chair of Mental Wellbeing in Higher Education
- Paul Farmer - Chief Executive of MIND
- Sir Anthony Seldon - Vice Chancellor University of Buckingham
Further venue visitor information - www.barbican.org.uk
USHA 'Preferred Delegate Pass'
We have some great news for our Members. USHA has negotiated 'Preferred Delegate' Status for 'Education without Borders 2016' The Higher Education Sector's Travel Risk Event.
'Education without Borders' is now in its second year, having been hugely successful in 2015. It is the first conference aimed at sharing best practice and furthering travel risk mitigation and emergency response within Higher Education's international activities. A big thank you has come from the organiser for our support in last years event and specifically to two of our Members, Melanie Boucher at LSE and Angus Clarke of USHA and St Andrews for their presentations.
As you can see from the line up of expert speakers, which includes Health & Safety professionals from both Oxford and Harvard Universities, Health & Safety stakeholders are front and centre of both the programme and the delegation.
Please follow the link below to register at the 'Preferred Delegate' rate of £399 + VAT and explore the line up of speakers, networking events and free take aways.
The event will be held at the Royal College of Physicians on Regents Park in London on the 15th November 2016, places are being reserved quickly so do register early.
USHA Spring Conference & AGM 2017
This will be on the 25- 27th April at the Hilton Leeds City Hotel - hosted by USHA and the University of Leeds.
The overall conference theme is: 'wake up to the new health & safety culture - the reality check'
We will be looking at the changing landscape of Health and Safety and asking can we be more flexible and adaptable?
The spotlight will be on: overseas partnerships, agile working, an aging workforce, smarter working, efficiencies to grow and we'll look at the way we deliver a service - should it be a central or faculty resource?
Bookings will open for this event in the autumn.
USHA organises several conferences throughout the year.
The aim of USHA conferences are to establish:
- networking and information sharing
- dissemination of best practice
- celebrate successes
- launch new initiatives
- consult with the membership
- debate and discuss issues impacting the sector
USHA has an established history of successful conference events, providing a first class programme of speakers and covering a wide range of current issues.
|2002||Kent||The Life Cycle of Risk from Cradle to Grave|
|2002||Manchester||Revitalising - have you signed up? HSE have!|
|2003||Strathclyde||Risk Management Benefit to Insurance|
|2004||Dublin||Safety & Corporate Criminal Accountatbility|
|2005||Brighton & Sussex||Self Reliance|
|2005||Lincoln||Regulation to Self Regulation|
|2006||Dundee||Distilling Value from Legal Mash|
|2006||London||Fire and Flu|
|2007||Coventry||In Search of Wellbeing|
|2008||London||Building a Safer and Healthier Way|
|2008||Cambridge||On the Edge|
|2009||Cardiff||Health, Safety and Wellbeing Management Systems in Practice.|
|2009||Belfast||Event Safety Management|
|2010||Manchester||Training, Learning and Competence|
|2011||Derby||‘Courtroom Drama’ Health & Safety Legislation|
|2011||RGS, London||Safety in Fieldwork - a big adventure, a safe journey|
|2012||Bristol||Spring Conference + 40th Anniversary celebrations|
|2012||Belton Woods Hotel - Grantham, Lincolnshire||Reflections on the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order|
|2012||Natural History Museum, London||Managing Health and Safety In Research|
|2013||Royal Institute of British Architecture, London||MRC & USHA 'Laboratory Design' - Download presentations|
|2013||Grosvenor Hilton Hotel, Glasgow||The Changing World of Health and Safety - living in challenging times - Download presentations - Download photos|
|2013||Manchester Conference Centre||Fire Seminar: Human Factors and The Higher Education Build Environment - View presentations and photos|
|2013||Birmingham University||Safety in Building Design - View presentations|
|2014||Hilton Hotel, Watford|
|2014||Royal York Hotel, York|
|2015||Highcliff Marriott Hotel, Bournemouth|
|2015||The Pendulum Hotel, Manchester|
|2016||University of Liverpool in London||Estates: Health in Construction - Download presentations - Download photos|
|2016||Hilton Hotel, Belfast||Spring Conference: Pushing the boundaries: is health and safety the first or last piece of the jigsaw - Download presentations - Download photos|
|2016||East Sussex National, Uckfield||Focus on Compliance - Download presentations - Download photos|
|2016||Barbican, London||Autumn Seminar 2016 Mental Wellbeing - Download presentations - Download photos|
All USHA events are for members only.