Nebosh free online conference 2023
Nebosh has opened the registration for the 2023 Nebosh online conference. The conference will be held on Tuesday, 21 November 2023.
The conference will be a meeting point for industry experts and professionals from health and safety, technology, mental health, communication and OSH strategy.
The seasoned speakers for the NEBOSH Conference 2023 will share insightful advice and real-life experiences to support the professional development of the delegates.
Agenda for the 2023 Nebosh Free Online Conference
- The digitalisation of remote field workers.
- Supervisors safety leadership.
- How to build culture through impactful communication.
- The journey towards mental health maturity in the workplace and so on.
When speaking concerning the conference, the Nebosh chief executive officer said ” The health and safety profession is so much more than just a job. Working in the industry means that you are in a position to impact and indeed save people’s lives positively. That’s why lifelong learning is crucial in the OSH profession, and this conference provides a platform for anyone to access direct opportunities”.
Highlights from last year’s 2022 Nebosh Free Online Conference
During last year’s conference, we witnessed a very rewarding theme that focused on safety, health and happiness for everyone.
Some of the highlights from the 2022 Conference include
- Don’t sleep on DSE risks- Working from home risk assessments.
- Being in the here and now-How to be happy.
- Workplace health protection is the number one tool for developing sustainability (ESG) Credentials.
This year’s 2023 free online conference will be great. Many sessions will also offer downloaded digital certificates, and please be available.
- How to maintain good toilet hygiene.
- 10 Personal hygiene practices everyone should adopt for their lives
- What causes black mould in the bathroom and how to prevent it
- Safety concerns for artistes working in the entertainment industry
- 7 Effective ways to boost employee morale.
- A step-by-step guide on how to write a work-at-height risk assessment