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Asbestos, construction and safety events calendar

Written by Nick Garland on 27/07/2023

Conferences, events, meetings and other get-togethers are the lifeblood of specialist sectors like construction, health and safety, and asbestos. Every one is a chance to make contacts, learn from the experts, and share your own insight and experience. Here’s our list of all the essential meetings, briefings and other dates for your diary.

ARCA regional meetings

7 – 30 November 2023

Regional locations & online

ARCA’s third round of meetings take place at regional locations throughout November. They end with a Zoom-only meeting on the 30th. Click the link below for full details and to register your place.

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The European Asbestos Forum conference

30 November-1 December 2023

Hotel Marriott Grand Place, Brussels, Belgium

Regular readers will know how highly we rate the EAF conference, and this year it takes place in the historic heart of Brussels. As always, we eagerly await more details of this year’s programme and speaker lineup, but expect a broad church of the sector’s most experienced regulators, removalists, scientists and innovators – together with charities and other organisations representing those who’ve fallen victim to asbestos diseases. There’s also an asbestos photo exhibition by renowned photographer Tony Rich.

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Personal sampling and exposure webinar

16 January 2024


The Asbestos Network’s personal sampling and exposure memo is the first official guidance the Health and Safety Executive has provided on the subject, and it contains major departures from how contractors traditionally approach it. We’re hosting a free webinar to talk in detail about the changes that the guidance demands. We’ll be exploring practical steps on how to implement them, and demonstrating how you can use Assure360 to achieve full compliance – at the same time as saving hours of work for both your supervisors and admin team.

Booking link to come soon!

Safety, Health and Wellbeing Live – Manchester

23-24 January 2024

Manchester Central, Manchester

Safety, Health and Wellbeing Live (SHW Live) takes place twice a year, from bases in Farnborough and Manchester. Like its southern sibling, the north of England show aims to reconnect regional occupational safety and health communities. It’s set to offer essential educational, networking and procurement opportunities across two days. This free, live event promises the chance to speak to industry experts, learn about the latest innovations and build direct relationships with key suppliers.

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IOHA 2024, 9-13 June 2024, 

9-13 June 2024

Dublin, Ireland

The Occupational Hygiene Society of Ireland (OHSI) and the British Occupational Hygiene Society (BOHS) are privileged to jointly host the 13th IOHA International Scientific Conference.

The conference theme has been confirmed as – ‘Protecting workers from health hazards: Advancing in this changing world’. The conference aims to promote occupational hygiene and worker health protection by the minimisation of worker exposure to hazardous agents globally through plenary sessions, keynote lectures, parallel talks, workshops, and poster presentations, as well as networking opportunities and social functions.

You can find more information and book your place here.

The Safety & Health Expo (2024)

2-4 December 2024

ExCel London

The Safety & Health Expo’s December 2024 dates come 18 months after the 2023 show, so there should be plenty to catch up on. It’s an unusually late slot for a major conference, and likely to come near both the FAAM and European Asbestos Forum conferences – we hope the dates don’t clash! 

The Safety & Health Expo bills itself as the biggest exhibition in the field. Expect strong opportunities to learn, network, and find health and safety solutions for your business.

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If you’re hosting, postponing or cancelling an event you’d like us to list here, please get in touch.

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