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18/3, 2020, Malmö: Health and Safety management at the Copenhagen Airport
Dan Radmer Henriksen from CPH (Copenhagen Airports) visits SÄKU to give a presentation on how CPH works to be a top performer in their industry in respect of safety management and the attainment of a good safety culture.
Tid & Plats
18 mars 2020 13:00 – 16:30
ÅF, Hallenborgs gata 4, 211 74 Malmö, Sverige
The Copenhagen Airport is the biggest airport in the Nordic countries with a very complex and dynamic workplace environment, that can affect the health and safety of the people that work at CPH if it is not taken into careful consideration.
During the last couple of years CPH have taken a number of initiatives regarding health and safety in general, as well as a focus on well being of the employees and the safety in construction projects at the airport in particular.
Dan Radmer Henriksen, Head of Occupational Health and Safety at CPH (Copenhagen Airports), visits SÄKU to give a presentation on how CPH works to be a top performer in their industry in respect of safety management and the attainment of a good safety culture.
As with most things regarding health and safety, the tricks and lessons learned from CPH can also be things to consider for other industrial sectors and businesses.
The event will be held in English.
Registration and fee
Register by using the buttom "Anmäl dig!" ovan eller nedan.
Last date for registration is Wednesday the 11th of March.
In case of free seats, the event is also available to attend for none members. The registration fee is then 900 SEK plus VAT per attendee. The fee applies if you register for the event but do not attend.
kl 13.00 – ca 16.30
Presentation, coffee break and time for discussion and reflexion
More information will follow.
Information related to GDPRI
When applying to the event, you will be registered in a Registration Form. When register, you agree to have you name and email address printed on an attendee list that will be handled out to the attendees during the event.
The information in the Registration Form is only used for compiling the number of participants and to gather information regarding allergies/food preferences among the attendees. The information is saved during a two month period, and will then be anonymized. If the registered person is not on the SÄKU mailing list, the person will be added.
When applying to the event, the registered person agrees to have their voices and perhaps themselves recorded in a video during the event, if such a recording will be made. The video recording is made with a learning purpose in mind and will be published at the member page on the SÄKU webpage. The video recording is only intended for SÄKU members.
Read more on how SÄKU treats your personal data here