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Capita Health & Safety Lecture, 'Building for Wellbeing'

4th April 2019

We are delighted to announce the 27th annual Capita Health & Safety Lecture, 'Building for Wellbeing' from 4pm on Thursday 4 April  at the Royal Society of Medicine, London.

Since it first launched 26 years ago, the lecture has become a prestigious event with a high profile in the health and safety calendar.

Agenda
15:00 - Refreshments
16:00 - Welcome address by Deborah McLaughlin, Managing Director at GL Hearn
17:00 - Q&A will be facilitated by Paul Holden, Associate Director HSE Operations
17:50 - Canapés and drinks reception

Speakers
Ann Marie Aguila Director of Operations Europe at International WELL Building Institute
Ann Marie’s expertise in environmental sustainability and well-being has helped deliver strategic adoption of WELL into the UK, Ireland and continental Europe with support from BRE, Green Building Councils and other partners in the UK and abroad. She is also responsible for implementing new directives for research, growth, recruitment and education.

Gareth Mullen - Head of Safety, Health Wellbeing & Security at Thames Water
Gareth is responsible for the health and safety management systems and reporting within the business. He has 24 years of experience in the water industry, having worked across many departments from customer facing to operational roles before moving into health and safety. He is a Chartered Occupational Safety & Health Practitioner and a keen believer of promoting health as much as many promote safety.

Martin Coyd OBE Operations Director - Health, Safety & Wellbeing at Mace Group
Martin attributes his work ethic to his time in the army and is passionate about making every work environment a healthy, safe and happy place to be.


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