Interactive workshops, practice-oriented presentations and innovative use cases: On September 19th, 2019, the HS2E Forum Europe will take place in Helsinki, Finland. The event is Quentic’s first international user meeting and accompanying symposium. The main focus will be on the current challenges, developments and trends facing European occupational health and safety.
How do I get our stakeholders interested in occupational safety? What factors contribute to the success of a global safety culture? And why and how will artificial intelligence (AI) fundamentally change the daily routine of EHS specialists everywhere? At the HS2E Forum Europe, international experts will offer their valued opinions on a range of topics that define the field of occupational safety.
The event promotes exchange across companies and national borders and thus serves as the perfect complement to next year's HS2E Forum, which will return for the tenth time and has become an established name for exchange in the areas of occupational safety, environmental management and sustainability in the German-speaking world .
Knowledge meets inspiration
Quentic aims to support networking, foster knowledge exchange and stir up mutual inspiration throughout the European EHS community. On the eve of the main event, participants will have the opportunity to get to know the Quentic App in practice at the energy company Helen Oy. The Best Practice Sharing opportunities will continue with various workshops and presentations on September 19th. Here, participants will have the chance to meet experts from the software company SAS, the transmission grid operator Fingrid and the service and trading group BayWa AG.
Achieving more together
During the workshops, Quentic experts will give insight into specialist topics. They also provide valuable tips on how to use Quentic in an international context. The small group sizes will allow each participant to contribute their own personal experience and stimulate a lively and collaborative exchange.
Want to find out more or register to attend? Click here to visit the website of the HS2E Forum Europe.