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Please find below the draft programme for the MSD summit. Some speakers are still to be confirmed so we will add this information when it becomes available.

MSD Summit - 21 March 2018

08.30 - 09.30 Registration (tea/coffee)

Wake Up & Shake Up

09.30 - 9:45

Introductory Address

  • Sarah Newton MP (Minister for Disabled People, Health & Work)

 

9:45 - 10:15

Keynote - How do you solve a problem like MSD's?

  • Prof Karen Walker Bone (Director of the Centre for Musculoskeletal Health & Work at the University of Southampton)

 

Mid morn yoga (tbc)

10:20 - 10:45

 

What is HSE bringing to the Party?

  • Geoff Cox (HSE Health & Work Branch)

 

BREAK

11:15 - 11:40

Using insight to understand the problem from employer and worker perspectives

  • Martin Friar - (Deputy Director, Head of HSE's Insight & Service Design)

 

11.40 - 12.45

 

Toyota Motor Europe's approach to the reduction of MSD risks within its high paced production environment

  • Stuart Bassford (Specialist in Health, Safety & Ergonomics, Toyota Motor Europe)

The view from the workplace: Tackling MSDs by talking to the workers

  • Dan Shears (National Health, Safety & Environment Director, GMB Trade Union)

Prevention of work-related MSDs: EU-OSHA research and healthy workplaces campaign 2018-2021

  • Maurizio Curtarelli (Project Manager, Prevention and Research Unit, European Agency for Safety and Health at Work)

 

Engineering out MSD risk in construction

  • Darren Collinswood (Regional Safety Manager, Freyssinet Ltd)

12.45 - 13.45

Re-fuel /Experience Zone

  • Ask the regulators
  • Meet the HSE ergonomists
  • Meet the HSE MSD policy team
  • Talk to the  HSE Go Home Healthy campaign team
  • Learn from HSE partner organisations
  • Visit sponsors stands & exhibitors giving an insight into the future world of work

Afternoon Session

13:45 - 14:30

MSDs and the future world of work

  • Sam Bradbrook (Senior Scientist, HSE Foresight Centre)

Emerging technologies - HSE review of wearable devices and exoskeletons

  • Louisa Wood (Scientist, HSE Science Division) & Chris Quarrie (Human Factors Specialist Inspector)

 

How are wearable sensors managing and reducing MSDs in the workplace? Three case studies from industry

  • Zoe Whyatt (Head of Sales & Operations Europe, dorsaVi)
14:30 - 15:00

Taking the Strain Out of MSD Assessment

  • Matt Birtles ((Principal Ergonomist, HSE Human and Organisational Performance)
15:00 - 15:30

Afternoon stretch (tea and coffee)

15:30 - 16:30

Managing MSDs in the workforce

Sustaining a Healthy & Productive Workforce

  • Prof Anthony Woolf (Chair of Arthritis & Musculoskeletal Alliance, Royal Cornwall Hospital)
Musculoskeletal health and physiotherapy at Transport for London
  • Angela Webster (Head of Physiotherapy, Transport for London)

Return on investment tools - making the case

  • Anna Barnes (Senior Economist, HSE)

Occupational health from an inspector's perspective

  • Kerry Trow (Principal Specialist Inspector, HSE Occupational Health)

Managing risks from screen-based and office working

Moving from typewriter to tablet - Industry perspectives on 25 years of the DSE regulations and expectation going forward

  • Terry Woolmer (Head of Health and Safety Policy, EEF - the manufacturers' organisation)

Working title: Practical tips and ergonomic solutions for mobile or agile working
  • Ed Milnes (Chartered Ergonomist & Human Factors Specialist, Guildford Ergonomics)

Working title: Healthy Working: MOVE educating the workforce of tomorrow

  • Peter Kinselley (Associate Director, Technical and Consultancy, Cardinus Risk Management Ltd)

Case study: developing a new office space and ways of working to support musculoskeletal conditions in the office

  • Jo Buchan (Development Programme Manager,Arthritis Research UK)


Exhibitors

There will be an Exhibitor Zone available for delegates from registration through to the afternoon break.

Don't delay, register your place today!

 

 

 

 

Managing MSDs in the workforce

Working title: Helping people stay in work and access to support

  • Prof Anthony Woolf (Chair of Arthritis & Musculoskeletal Alliance, Royal Cornwall Hospital)

Musculoskeletal health and physiotherapy at Transport for London

· Angela Webster (Head of Physiotherapy, Transport for London)

Working title: Return on investment tools - making the case

· Anna Barnes (Senior Economist, HSE)

 

Occupational health from an inspector's perspective

  • Kerry Trow (Principal Specialist Inspector, HSE Occupational Health)

 

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