Previous Events
Some examples of past events in case the reader is wondering "do they do the sort of thing we have in mind?"
UK Events

The SHE Show
Safety, health and environment issues that affect every business in the UK. Chaired by the famous botanist, writer and broadcaster Professor David Bellamy OBE
Hilton Hotel, Blackpool, 9th June 2009

An Introduction to Behavioural Safety, Best Practise and Current Controversies
For Maclay Murray Spens, Solicitors. A half day workshop for their clients.
RAC Club, Pall Mall, London, 17th March 2004

EUROHSE 2004 Conference: Health in the Workplaces
Dr Tim Marsh spoke on "Behavioural Safety - Options, Controversies and International Differences - the Need for a Systematic but Flexible Approach"
Royal National Hotel, Russell Square London, 10th & 11th November 2004

International Events
Photographs from a recent event in Dubai.

Behavioural Based Safety Workshop, in Conjunction with Infonote.
Two day event covering the key concepts required to implement a behavioural safety program to reduce injury rate in a proactive way..
Marriot Hotel, Kuala Lumpa, 28th and 29th April 2009

Beyond Blame Culture For Intelligence Business Networks
A two-day workshop for an international conference producer based in Malaysia.
Dubai, 13th & 14th June 2004

Beyond Blame Culture and Introduction to Human Error
For Intelligence Business Networks.
Two one day workshops for the same producer Kuala Lumpar, Malaysia.
14th & 16th June 2004

The 4th Occupational Safety & Health Exhibition for Asia
Dr Tim Marsh gave two presentations; "Behavioural Safety - Basics, Options and Controversies" and "An International Case Study and Latest Developments Worldwide"
OSH Conference : "OSH A Business Advantage" untec Singapore.
16th & 17th September 2004

Behaviour Based Safety - Knowing IT Versus Doing IT
J.W Marriott Hotel, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
23rd and 24th April 2003.
Two day step by step implementation guide and workshop
for Intelligence Business Networks.

Two one day workshops for CEM conferences (India)
Mumbai (Bombay) and Chenai 11th and 14th February 2003.

A Series of Seminars at the Dusit Hotel, Dubai 2002
• Incident Investigation and Analysis Strategies 1 day workshop 24th September 2002.
• Communicating the Safety Message to the Workforce Paper at Emergency Response Planning Conference Day 23rd September 2002.

And in conjunction with Link Associates International and Scottish Water:
• Designing and Developing an Emergency Response Plan 1 day workshop 22nd September 2002
• Risk Assessment - Hazard Identification Strategies 1 day workshop 21st September 2002

Left: Mark Taylor (Associate Partner and Occupational Psychologist) leading workshop on Human Error and Incident Investigation Techniques for conference delegates in the United Arab Emirates.