Meeting time: 13.30hrs – 15.45hrs unless otherwise stated; free for SCOHSG company representatives and for IOSH members unless otherwise stated. Visitors are welcome by prior arrangement.
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Speaker: Steven Boyd, Acting HM Principal Inspector (Cumbria & North Lancashire), HSE, Carlisle Steven Boyd will: i. give a brief overview of HSE’s proposed 2020 - 2030 work plan, ii. summarise HSE's priorities and strategies for 2019/20 and iii. provide members with an overview of notable enforcement or interesting cases in Cumbria and North Lancashire with an opportunity to disseminate key learning points from these cases. Members are encouraged to take part in an interactive discussion with speakers during the…Find out more »
Shortcuts lead to disaster – your guide to getting it right. People, equipment, mindfulness and engagement
Day seminar: Thursday 17 October 2019, 09.15 to 16.00 Main topics and speakers: Human factors in the workplace: what are they? And how can they be managed? Speaker: David Mason, Director, Inspire Safety The Impact of human factors on workplace behaviour when using tools and machinery. Speaker: Dr Malcom Cook, Principal Engineer, BAE Systems Submarines, Barrow-in-Furness Managing work related stress. Speaker: Emma Carhart, Mental Health Workplace Educator, Our Mind’s Work, Gateshead Mentoring young people in the workplace. Speaker: James Riddick,…Find out more »
Speaker: Barbara Hockey, Head of Vulnerable Workers Team, HSE, Birmingham When young people start their working-life they will be unfamiliar the workplace environment, its associated risks and the behaviour that is expected of them. Barbara Hockey, Head of Vulnerable Workers Team at HSE, Birmingham will therefore cover topics such as ways of assessing whether young workers need additional support to allow them to carry out their work so that they do not put themselves and others at risk and whether,…Find out more »
Speaker: John Gould, Process Safety Management & Loss Prevention Lecturer, Sheffield University John Gould has many years of experience of identifying potential major accident scenarios in the gas industry including off-shore rigs for firms such as Centrica. He was also a Specialist HSE Inspector (1994 to 2001). He will look at a range of methodologies to help employers prevent major accidents including risk screening, frequency analysis, consequence analysis, risk evaluation, decision making and human factors and he will illustrate these…Find out more »