8 – 10 April 2014, Nottingham Trent University Conference Centre, Nottingham, UK
Annual Conference is a major international conference promoting the science and
practice of addressing health hazards in the workplace. The Conference
brings together researchers, practitioners, regulators and business leaders
from around the world to discuss issues - current and on the horizon - that
affect health at work.
To attend the Annual Conference 2014, you will need to make a booking.
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You can complete and submit a booking form to confirm you attendance now. For information on rates, and the chance to book onto this course, please click here
If you have any questions relating to the conference, please contact the Conference and Events Organiser, Ben Pollard at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Professional Development Courses
On the day before the Conference starts we will be running a series of four Professional Development Courses
All are bookable online by clicking here
The OH2014 BOHS Headquarters is the
Crowne Plaza. This four star city centre hotel is located less than two minutes
walk from the BOHS Annual Conference venue. It is a modern hotel with good
sized bedrooms, many with city views. There is onsite parking (chargeable) and
the hotel is next door to the tram stop and 5 minutes taxi ride from the
railway station. BOHS discounted rate is £85.00 Bed and Breakfast inc VAT.
Please contact Kirsty Westran at email@example.com
to make your booking.
Nottingham is famed for its links with the
legend of Robin Hood and, during the Industrial Revolution, obtained worldwide
recognition for its lace-making, bicycle and tobacco industries.
The city has two major theatres, the Nottingham
Playhouse and the Royal Centre. Both of these show a wide variety of touring
and home-grown plays as well as nationally-known comedians and musicians.
The city has a wide range of historical bars
and pubs, including some of the oldest inns in the country. Ye Olde Trip
To Jerusalem dates
back to 1189AD and is widely believed to be the oldest pub in England. Not far
behind it, however, are Ye Olde Saluation (1240) and The Bell Inn (1437).
Alternatively if you fancy a drink in the UK’s only pub with a canal running
through it, head down to Nottingham’s waterfront and The Canalhouse.
Contemporary is one
of the UK’s finest new art spaces and opened in late 2009 with an exhibition
from David Hockney. Located in a purpose-built gallery in the historic Lace
Market area, it is one of the largest contemporary art centres in the UK.
For details on our location and how to get there, please click here
The conference will take place at Nottingham Trent University Conference Centre,
Burton Street, Nottingham, NG1 4BU.
Nottingham Conference Centre is a dedicated,
year-round facility, located in the redeveloped Newton-Arkwright buildings.
As part of the Newton-Arkwright
redevelopment, the Conference Centre benefits from exceptional natural daylight,
air conditioning, free wi-fi access, state of the art AV facilities and
dedicated on site IT support making NCC a leading national conference facility.
For Annual Conference enquiries, please contact Ben Polllard, the Conference and Events Organiser