Info for participants
A warm welcome to Vision Zero Summit 2019 to Helsinki!
There will be 200 participants from 30 countries. So we are looking forward for interesting discussions about Vision Zero for safety, health and wellbeing at work.
Venue and how to get there
Hotel Clarion Helsinki, Tyynenmerenkatu 2, Helsinki.
Train from Helsinki-Vantaa Airport to Helsinki Central Railway Station in the city centre takes about 30 minutes. Trams 6T and 7 (direction Länsiterminaali) and 9 (direction Jätkäsaari) take you to Clarion (tram stop Huutokonttori) in about 10 minutes.
NB! You need to buy tickets beforehand, they are not sold in trains and trams. From airport choose zone ABC (ticket eligible for transfer), and within Helsinki choose zone AB. You can find more information on how to purchase tickets, and also a journey planner here.
Taxi recommended by hotel Clarion: Kovanen Oy, tel. +358 200 60 60.
Registration at the venue
When you arrive, the wardrobe is on the 2nd floor, and registration and conference on the 3rd floor of the conference wing of the hotel.
Register at the registration desk, when you arrive. You will receive a name badge and a programme leaflet. Please keep the name badge with you at all times during the conference, also during the social programme.
You can find the programme leaflet also here at the Summit website.
Please notice, that social programme and workplace visits required an advance registration, when you registered to the Summit. For vacancies at the networking dinner on 13 November, please inquire at the registration desk.
Also please notice, that for workplace tours, you need to have low-heeled shoes. If you are participating in the SRV-HUS construction site tour, bring your own safety shoes, if possible.
Presentation slides will not be available. Conference Proceedings will be published at the Summit website just before the start of the Summit.
Participate in the discussion in social media: #visionzero19.
Pictures and videos will be taken during the conference. By participating the event, you agree that the material can be used by the Finnish Institute of Occupational Health in communications and marketing.
Vision Zero Info Kit for workplaces published soon!
Safety is created every day, together. As a part of the Global OSH Coalition launch we will publish a free online Vision Zero Info Kit for workplaces. The aim of the material is to get participants from all levels of organization thinking about occupational safety: What does Vision Zero mean and how can each of us promote it at the workplace? At the end of the 15 minutes info kit, participants make their own safety pledge and put it into practice. More information coming soon!
In case of emergency, dial 112.
Weather may be anything from some plus to some minus degrees Celcius. Check the latest weather forcast here. Bring warm clothes, hat, gloves and especially good low-heeled shoes with good grip, because it may be very slippery.
Tap water in Finland is drinkable.
Hope you will have a good time in Helsinki! Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us at email@example.com