Join our London 2012 tweetchat
19 July 2012
The London 2012 Olympics build project
showcased how health and safety enabled the successful delivery of
an efficient, cost-effective project. How can the profession
learn from this success in the future?
That’s the question we’ll be asking during a special London 2012
#gamessafety Tweetchat on Friday 27 July – the day
of the opening ceremony. We want as many members as possible to get
involved with questions, thoughts and comments, and help celebrate
the vital part health and safety has played in the successful build
of the London Olympic Park, Village and venues.
On hand to answer your questions and respond to comments will be
IOSH head of policy and public affairs Richard Jones, together with
other senior members of our Policy team.
Ian Smart, IOSH head of communications, said:
“Tweetchats are a great way for members to come together and
discuss issues of the day from the comfort of their PCs, or even
their smartphones. And there’s no bigger talking point over the
coming weeks than the Games in London.
“We want health and safety to be celebrated
as a positive force behind the successful Olympic build, therefore
we want as many as possible to help us spread that message.”
If you’re already on Twitter, log on between 13:00 and 14:00 and
post your questions or comments using the #gamessafety hashtag.
If you’re not on Twitter, why not sign up – it only takes a few
Keep an eye on @IOSH_tweets for more news and
content from the London Games.