Protecting our people supported Amey
20th September 2020
Abuse, Incursions and Service Strikes, Not Just a High Speed Problem.
This forward thinking panel session will explore what a thriving Health, Safety & Wellbeing profession of the future looks like whilst relating that back to where we are in the here and now.
We’ll cover topics like:
Tackling the issue of abuse of our road workers - Kari Sprostanova
Balancing Operational Delivery with Health and Safety - Lucy Fell
Speaking up is not a crime - Catherine Baker
Our panel will offer a well-rounded point of view being made up of a progressive HSW team leader, an up-and-coming HSW professional who represents the next generation, and a highly qualified professional coach.
LUCY FELL CFIOSH, Account Director, Amey
Lucy Fell is currently Account director for Amey inArea 10 of the Strategic Road Network. Her responsibilities include balancing a background in operational delivery with a background in Health and Safety on the Maintenance and Repair Contract. Prior to this Lucy was Health and Safety Director at Highways England where her responsibilities include setting the 5 year strategy to improve the safety maturity of both Highways England and its supply chain. Lucy has completed a full divisional transformation and now leads a multi-disciplined team to support the £15billion investment on the strategic road network. Lucy is a key member of the Executive
Safety Committee, Board Safety Committee and company-wide SLT.
Prior to joining Highways England, Lucy led the SHEQ division at Kier Highways and worked as a Group H&S Improvement Manager at Galliford Try Plc. Lucy has recently become the youngest IOSH member to gain chartered fellow status.
Having previously spent 12 years with the Hemming group, most recently as Direct of Content for its Highways & Transport Division, working on events such as Traffex, Traffex
Seeing Is Believing and Traffex Road Expo as well as Highways magazine and SMART Highways magazine. Before that he was Head of Content and also Editor of the well respected Surveyor magazine for nine years.
Director - CIRAS
Catherine heads up the Confidential Incident Reporting and Analysis Service, a not for profit organisation which has provided a confidential health, wellbeing and safety reporting line for workers in the transport and infrastructure sectors for the last 24 years.
Starting from a science and analytical background, Catherine has held a range of senior roles in the transport sector spanning policy, risk management and research, all connected by the thread of working to deliver better outcomes for businesses, their customers, and their people - particularly for health, wellbeing and safety.
Having spent much of her career working with those taking decisions that impact safety outcomes, it is now a privilege to be enabling people on the front line who often have the best first-hand knowledge of the hazards to have their voices heard when they might otherwise stay silent. Hence helping the companies they work for to take better informed decisions.
Health, Safety, Environment and Sustainability Director - UKCS at Balfour Beatty plc
Experienced Health and Safety Specialist with a demonstrated history of working in the construction industry.Strong operations professional skilled in Project management, Stakeholder engagement, Workplace Safety,Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems.
Lunch and Learn Session
Taking place 12:00pm on 20th September the 45 minute online briefing will offer attendees a comprehensive overview of the Highways Passport System and service:
What Passport Is
Who it is For
How It is Used
Benefits of Implementation across the entire Highways Supply Chain.
Plus real-life case examples from Highways projects.
Following its approval by the supply chain safety leadership group and Highways England’s decision to award extra points in the tender process for organisations who adopt the scheme, the session will provide a useful insight into the features and benefits of the skills card and also an insight into future development.
Who Should Attend?:
Managers and Senior Directors.
Health and Safety Managers
Those responsible for worksites and their colleagues.
Tanya Morris (Reference Point Ltd)
Business Development Director and Director, SkillGuard - Major Client Relationships
As well as helping win some of the company’s largest contracts, Tanya also maintains active involvement on major client implementations of Reference Point's flagship mobile workforce solution, SkillGuard. This system is the backbone behind Network Rail Sentinel; HS2 Validate, the Australasian Railway Association’s RIW system; Thames Water Passport and Highways Passport.
Tanya is also a senior member of the Innovation Team at Reference Point that continues to drive product development, to ensure the solution maintains its premium position for its clients to help protect workforces and maximise efficiency.
She will present an overview of Highways Passport - its principal features and the many benefits of implementation across the entire Highways Supply Chain – and describe how Reference Point and partner Mitie deliver the entire solution for the sector.