A former BBC broadcaster will be using relationship psychology to inspire health and safety professionals and trainers next month.
Roy Sheppard, 54, started his early career in television and radio, working at local and national level for the BBC.

During his presenting career, Roy rubbed shoulders with the likes of Ann Robinson, Eamonn Holmes and Jeremy Paxman.
The now conference speaker and best-selling author will discuss how his relationship blueprint can translate into business profitability, as part of the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health’s (IOSH) Training Roadshow, in Oxford next month.
Mr Sheppard, author and co-author of seven relationship books including Meet, Greet and Prosper and How to be The One, has been delivering motivational talks and writing books on his success theories for more than 15 years.
This is the first time hehas spoken to experts in the field of health and safety.

He said: “How you are perceived and the relationships you nurture have a massive impact on your personal reputation. This in turn has a profound effect on your ability to be a true professional.”
This September, IOSH is inviting health and safety practitioners and trainers, in the Oxford area, to discover how to re-invent themselves, and be the ‘go-to’ experts in their fields.
In three practical coaching sessions, Mr Sheppard will share ideas to help participants improve their personal effectiveness, their impact during training sessions and ultimately the success of their business.
By the end of this year’s roadshow, he is confident participants will think about their personal and professional reputation in a different light and be armed with practical tools and ideas.
He said: “The roadshow will get participants to look at themselves in different ways and at how they can enhance their personal and professional reputation.
“Health and safety trainers have a noble and very important role. The training sessions will help them to convey the value of that role in a way that’s relevant and appropriate in today’s environment.”
As well as Mr Sheppard, IOSH commercial development manager Tracey Wright will be revealing how reversing people’s expectations of health and safety and those who work in the industry could improve business success and profitability.
She said:  “Results from a recent IOSH survey show we definitely need to work on re-branding health and safety.
“The best thing we can do is acknowledge who we are, what we do and what our image is, and use this information to our advantage.”
IOSH’s Training Roadshow is set to take place at The Oxford Belfry Hotel, in Oxford on Wednesday, September 19.

For more information about the IOSH Training Roadshow visit www.iosh.co.uk/trainingroadshow