Strongman Eddie Hall will share his inspirational insights on safe lifting and his record-breaking life, at this year's conference. 
The Staffordshire-born hero who holds the World’s Strongest Man title, will address the Ceramic Industry Health & Safety Pledge Conference and Awards, at the Moat House Hotel, in Stoke-on-Trent, on October 11.
The annual conference and awards celebrate the best Health and Safety practice in ceramics from across the UK. The three award categories are:
Open
Individual recognition
Contractors awards
Lauren Darby, Safety, Health & Environment Director at the British Ceramic Confederation, said: “We’re thrilled to have Eddie Hall speaking, his amazing feats of strength have made him a household name, and he has an inspirational story about overcoming physical and mental challenges to get to the top.”
Lauren added: “The Pledge Awards celebrate the tremendous efforts in our industry to continually improve health and safety practice.
“Judges will look for innovative and inspiring examples of health and safety in action. This year we’re especially interested in entries on reducing risks of musculoskeletal disorders, and more submissions from smaller companies.
“If you have tried something new, or you are making changes to improve your health and safety performance, let's hear about it. Nominations are open now.”

Strongman Eddie Hall will share his inspirational insights on safe lifting and his record-breaking life, at this year's conference. 

The Staffordshire-born hero who holds the World’s Strongest Man title, will address the Ceramic Industry Health & Safety Pledge Conference and Awards, at the Moat House Hotel, in Stoke-on-Trent, on October 11, 9.30am - 4pm.

The annual conference and awards celebrate the best Health and Safety practice in ceramics from across the UK. The three award categories are:

  • Open
  • Individual recognition
  • Contractor awards

 

EVENT PROGRAMME: 

8.30 - 9.30 Arrival, tea and coffee

9.30 - 9.35 Welcome - Lauren Darby, SHE Director, British Ceramic Confederation

9.35 - 9.50 Remembering Keith Morton - Francis Morrall, Former Deputy Chief Executive, British Ceramic Confederation

9.50 - 10.00 President's address - Kevin Oakes, President of the British Ceramic Confederation

10.00 - 11.00 Keeping the body working - Jonathan Daniel Director FitBack Physiotherapy

11.00 - 11.30 Coffee break

11.30 - 12.15 The Legal View - Paul Verrico and Phil Crosbie, from Eversheds Sutherland

12.15-12.45 Manual Handling: Reducing the Risks - Matthew Birtles, Health and Safety Executive

 

13.00 - 14.00 Lunch

 

12.45 - 13.00 Open Category Awards

14.00 - 14.45 Being the World’s Strongest Man - Eddie ’The Beast’ Hall

14.45 - 15.15 Individual recognition and contractors awards

15.15 Close

 

Address: 

The Ballroom
Best Western Stoke on Trent Moathouse
Etruria Hall
Festival Way
Stoke-on-Trent
ST1 5BQ

Location details can be found here.

 

Parking: 

The hotel car park is managed by Parking Eye - ALL conference guests must enter their full, correct vehicle registration details into the terminal at reception or in the bar to avoid a parking charge. Please ensure you park within marked bays and please do not park on yellow lines/hatched areas.

PLEASE NOTE: If you are unable to find a parking space alternative parking is available at WaterWorld (first left after hotel entrance). This costs £3.50 for up to 8 hours and you will need to pay at the pay stations in the car park. You must enter your vehicle registration number in full when making the payment as the system operates a vehicle recognition system, not pay and display.

 

Seating:

Tables will be reserved for those companies sending five or more delegates and reserved tables will be clearly marked.

 

Queries:

If you have any queries before the event please contact Sonia Mayer : 01782 572848.

For queries on the day of the event please contact:-

Lauren Darby - 07720 580640

Tom Reynolds - 07850 828717

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