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Wellbeing Conference 2023

Apr 2023
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Join us for our third virtual Wellbeing Conference to help employers discover how to embed effective wellbeing principles into health and wellbeing strategy.

Keep Thriving with your Organisational Wellbeing Strategy

10am - 4.30pm on 18 April 2023


Wellbeing is an individual's ongoing state, which enables them to thrive. But the design and success of an organisational wellbeing strategy is not limited to interventions and benefits. Organisational wellbeing may be impacted and influenced by the working environment, job type and the underlying culture of the organisation.  

During our Wellbeing Conference 2023, chaired by British Safety Council’s Director of Wellbeing, Stephen Haynes, we will explore factors that impact employee wellbeing and provide key takeaway messages for the attendees to consider for their own organisation's wellbeing. 

The agenda for the day includes presentations from specialists in health, safety and wellbeing, as well as a keynote speech by award-winning risk expert Jonathan Gawthrop. For information on the other sessions and speakers, please refer to the agenda outline below.

As a charity, we are delighted to offer this full day conference at the special price of just £49.99 a ticket. 

AND, if you are a British Safety Council Member, or a Being Well Together or Mates in Mind Supporter you are entitled to FREE access.


Why should people attend?

This conference will help attendees:

  • Understand best practice techniques around health, safety and wellbeing
  • Support their employer and employees create a positive health, safety and wellbeing culture
  • Gain actionable insight on dealing with the challenges of a holistic approach to work health, safety and wellbeing
  • Discover techniques health, safety and wellbeing professionals can use to influence senior leadership
  • Understand stress, its impact on work performance and how positive wellbeing management can help.


10:00 - 10:10 Welcome chair Stephen Haynes, Director of
Wellbeing, British Safety Council
10:10 - 10:45  Keynote speaker
From say to be…implementing an authentic
organisational wellbeing strategy
Jonathan Gawthrop, Emcor:
Executive Director, Wellbeing
Sustainability & Assurance.
British Safety Council: Trustee
10:45 - 11:30  Connecting workplace psychosocial hazards
to unsafe behaviours: insight from site
Audrey Fleming, Wellbeing
Health & Safety Auditor and
Consultant, British Safety Council
11:30 - 11:40 Comfort break    
11:40 - 12:25 How to present a real business case for
workplace wellbeing
Marcus Herbert, Head of
Wellbeing, British Safety Council
12:25 - 13:15 5 Lunch break    
13:15- 14:00 Hybrid working – heaven or hell? Bex Moorhouse, Founder and
Director, Invigorate Spaces
14:00 - 14:45 Wellbeing for human performance Chris Armstrong, Wellbeing
Programme Manager,
Formula One Team
14:45 - 15:00 Comfort break    
15:00 - 15:45 The impact of indoor air quality on occupants’
cognitive function, productivity and wellbeing
Dr Julie Riggs, Senior Head of
Education, British Safety Council
15:45 - 16:25 5 Maturity pathway towards improved mental
health in the workplace
Sarah Meek, Managing Director,
Mates in Mind
16.25 - 16.30 Closing remarks Stephen Haynes, Director of
Wellbeing, British Safety Council

You can download the full agenda here.

Frequently asked questions

How do I use my discount code?

If you are a British Safety Council Member or a Being Well Together Supporter you can use the discount code we shared with you on the registration page to book your free place. Just go to the registration page and scroll to the bottom of the form on the right of the page. Enter the code in field marked 'discount code' and click apply. The price for your ticket will now show as £0. Please then enter your contact details and register. 

Where do I find my discount code?

If you are a British Safety Council Member or a Being Well Together Supporter you should have received your discount code by email. You can also access the code via the membership area of the British Safety Council Website, or via the supporter area of the Being Well Together website. Alternatively, please contact: customer. [email protected]


I am only able to register once

If you are trying to book a place for more than one attendee, please note that each attendee will need to be registered with an individual email address. This is because each attendee is sent an individual access code for the event.