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Stress Summit 2017

This event is now fully booked, please register your interest for future dates at [email protected].

 

Improving worker health, wellbeing and business performance through a preventative approach to stress.

About the event

In 2015/16 stress, anxiety and depression resulted in11.7 million working days lost at an estimated social and economic cost of £5.2 billion.

Not only is work related stress damaging to health and wellbeing, it can impact productivity, competitiveness and profitability.

Managing stress risk factors strengthens your business and protects your workforce.

Hosted by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE), The Stress Summit brings together keynote speakers and industry leading lights to show how an organisational approach to preventing known stressors in the working environment can deliver tangible benefits.

You’ll learn how to successfully implement HSE’s Management Standards, to prevent stress and to tackle your current problems, helping to improve the physical and mental health of your employees and reduce sickness absence.

Benefits of attending

Who should attend?

Attending the Stress Summit will benefit key organisational decision-makers including;

We have various sponsorship opportunities available to suit organisations of different sizes and budgets. HSE events provide an excellent networking opportunity and can offer you a targeted platform to raise your organisation’s profile and promote products and services to industry decision-makers.

Date and location

The summit will be held on Thursday 16 March 2017 at:

Queen Elizabeth II Centre
Broad Sanctuary
London
SW1P 3EE

For more information about HSE’s Management Standards approach plus free tools to help you assess the risk and causes of organisational stress, visit the stress pages on our website.

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Updated 2017-02-09