December 5, 2012 By John Hargaden
Tom Beegan, the former Chief Executive of the Irish Health and Safety Authority (HSA), and currently on the Chris Mee Group Board of Directors, will be speaking at the IOSH branch meeting in Dublin on December 6th. Tom will give a presentation at the event, on “Lessons learned from two jurisdictions, on the road to ZERO”.
Tom Beegan is an internationally experienced senior executive with a 30-year track record of achievement with the private sector, government and not-for-profit organisations. He has unique European and Canadian experiences implementing integrated health and safety management systems that improve overall health and safety organisational performance.
Tom has an MBA from UCD, a Charted Directorship in corporate governance from McMaster University, is registered as an arbitrator with the UK Institute of Arbitrators and has studied “Strategic Thinking” with the Schulich School of Business. He was the CEO of the HSA in Ireland for six years and the Chief Prevention Officer for Ontario’s Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB) until January 2011.
Tom has most recently joined the board of directors at the Chris Mee Group and heads up the CMSE OSH team with the M&W Group on the Intel Leixlip site.
If you have an interest in best practice in safety and health internationally, then book your place at this event today, for an informative presentation and the chance to network with fellow professionals. The presentation will include the governance of entities and how to create the culture to support excellence in OHS. The IOSH Ireland Consultancy team has extensive experience in both overseas and Irish projects and will be discussing some of the challenges, best practice and international differences with attendees.
This talk will be of benefit to OSH professionals, H&S Managers, HR Managers, Managing Directors and CEO`s.
To book your place at this meeting (or if you require any further information) contact Malcolm Allan on 00353 87 139 2154 or [email protected]
|Event name:||International Best Practice – Lessons Learned|
|Location:||Red Cow Hotel, Dublin.|
|End Date/Time:||06/12/2012 20:30:00|
|Organised by:||IOSH – Ireland Branch Consultancy Section|
|Event type:||Branch Meeting|
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