NEW! ISO Conference 2014 Management Systems Standards Update

14th January 2014

Aimed at all businesses committed to best practice who want to compete in ever more demanding markets.

Whether you are considering the accreditation route for the first time or are interested in how to integrate the various options, this conference should help you. The conference will cover the three standards now commonly expected by potential customers: ISO 9001:2008, ISO 14001:2004 and BS OHSAS 18001:2007.  It will also look at some of the more important newer standards including the Security Management Standard ISO 27001:2013, aimed at any organisations keeping sensitive data and the Energy Management System standard ISO 50001:2011. We are aiming for a very interactive session with a mixture of quality speakers, an open forum for questions, networking and useful exhibitors. 8.00am Arrival, breakfast & Networking 8.30am   Introduction - Richard Wright MBE, Executive Director, Sheffield Chamber of Commerce 8.40am   ISO 9001: 2008 - Graham Froggatt, First Quality 9.00am   ISO 14001: 2004 - Becky Chapman, Environmental Monitoring Solutions      9.20am   Case Study 1 - ISO 14001 Andy Gull, Gripple Ltd 9.40am   BS OHSAS 18001: 2007 - Dr John Herbert, Peak HSE 10.00am   Break 10.20am   Case Study 2 - Gerry Murray, Meadowhall, holders of BS OHSAS 18001, Christmas Lights switch-on! Giving a brief overview of Meadowhall as a 'Super Regional' Shopping Centre and touching upon the staff cultural changes which were required to ensure that the site remains a safe destination for people to visit. Concluding with footage of the Christmas Lights 'Switch On' event which is a 'coming together' of all disciplines within Meadowhall to ensure that this and previous such concerts have been delivered safely and successfully. 10.40am   ISO Update, What's new? Adam Colyer, SGS Ltd, Certification & Audit Specialists 11.00am Panel Q&A / Discussion Richard Wright will chair an interactive session with all our speakers 12.00pm   End There will be a number of useful organisations exhibiting during the morning and there will be time to visit the stands during breaks and at the end of the presentations.

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