Allan St. John Holt Memorial Lecture
Allan St. John Holt, who died on 3 May 2007, devoted his life to improving the safety and health of people at work. He made a massive contribution to the professionalisation of the subject. As an original thinker he was passionate, determined, principled, and iconoclastic. He gave great encouragement to colleagues, helping many to move forward and expand their knowledge and contributions to occupational safety and health.
RoSPA together with the Royal Mail Group host an annual memorial lecture, as a fitting way of commemorating his life and work. “To commemorate Allan’s life we organise a lecture annually to provide a platform for challenge and debate and to stimulate fresh thinking about how to further reduce work related accidents and ill health.”
- Changing the conversation on mental health
- by Paul Farmer (2016)
- Health and Safety: Is Britain going backwards?
- by Geoffrey Podger CB (2015)
- “The need for joined up working across Government to promote accident prevention in order to reduce pressure on the NHS”
- by Dr Clifford Mann (2014)
- Improving the Public’s Health
- by Professor Richard Parish (2013)
- Reclaiming health and safety for all: An independent review of health and safety legislation
- by Professor Ragnar Löfstedt (2012)
- Engineering A Safer Future
- by Rear Admiral Paul Thomas (2011)
- Risk, Regulation and Rationality
- by Sir Bill Callaghan (2010)
- Motes, beams and sensible safety: taking personal responsibility for professional advice?
- by Lawrence Waterman (2009)
- Health and Safety – Past, Present and Future
- by John Rimington (2008)
Do it the Safety Way! 100 Years of Accident Prevention
Public lecture at the University of Portsmouth, November 2013. View the video