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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With better work in mind - a practical and interactive day conference, hosted by Burnetts, CIPD, Acas and Carlisle Eden Mind. Delegate rate: £30 + VAT (early bird rate until 21st September); £45 + VAT (after 21st September) Booking: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/with-better-work-in-mind-promoting-improved-mental-health-in-the-workplace-tickets-46109151714Find out more »
A chance to hear expert HSE and industry speakers assess ways of solving the challenges posed by workplace noise, confined spaces, HAVs and related health surveillance. There will also be an opportunity to experience what it feels like to be work in a confined space by visiting one of ARCO’s confined space units that will be parked near the hotel. Programme summary and further details: 18 October 2018 day seminar flyer Delegate fee: £81.60 (including VAT, lunch, refreshments and delegate pack). Registration from 08.30; seminar…Find out more »
Speakers: Andy Harmer, Head of Leadership Development & Andy Read, Senior Consultant, VA Consultants, Kendal Andy Harmer and Andy Read have many years of experience in leadership skills training. They start from the premise that good leaders need to understand their own motivations as well as the inter-personal relationships of their work colleagues if they are to be effective leaders especially if they are expected to implement workplace change. This session will involve audience participation. Members are encouraged to take…Find out more »
Speaker: Paul Barden, Director, Get Set Training, Leeds Paul believes that it is important that manual handling training is tailored to the individual and the task. One size does not fit all. This session will include consideration of key factors that can affect an individual’s ability to undertake manual handling tasks safely and at ways of managing workplace manual handling tasks. Members are encouraged to take part in an interactive discussion with speakers during the meeting and to network with…Find out more »
Speaker: James Quinn CMIOSH MCIOB, Vice President, IOSH & Project HSE Manager, Bouygues Construction James will look at some of the challenges that health and safety professionals and their employers are likely to face during the next few years including ways of attracting the next generation to consider joining the profession. For instance, by showing that the challenges of managing occupational risks effectively can lead to a varied and interesting career and that effective health and safety managers can improve work…Find out more »
Speaker: Mark Clarke, Managing Director, Clarke Health & Safety Consultants Limited Mark has over 40 years’ experience in the scaffolding construction industry. He began his career as a scaffolder where he developed an interest in the health and safety of scaffolders while working for Shell Stanlow. In 1994 Mark became Health and Safety Adviser for one of the UKs largest scaffolding contractors. He was appointed to manage scaffolding/painting and asbestos operations within the nuclear industry and the petrochemical industry across…Find out more »
Speaker: Jason Anker, Director, Anker & Marsh Jason Anker describes how a fall from a ladder changed his life and the lives of his family and friends. He uses his experience to demonstrate the importance of ensuring that safety management strategies for working at height are robust and that workers understand the importance of complying with health and safety procedures.Find out more »
Safety ownership: how can this be achieved? Dealing with bravado, the role of carrot and stick and rewards.
Speaker: David Mason, Director, Inspire Safety David has a wide experience of developing effective workplace health and safety systems that encourage employees to ‘buy in’ to a positive workplace culture. He will draw on this experience, including his time as Health & Safety Director at Travis Perkins, to look at practical ways of encouraging safety 'ownership' and dealing with bravado in the workplace. Members are encouraged to take part in an interactive discussion with speakers during the meeting and to…Find out more »
Speaker: Arup Majhi, Safety Health & Environment Manager, Carlisle City Council Arup has many years of experience working as Safety Health & Environment Manager at Carlisle City Council, an organisation where some employees routinely undertake lone working tasks. He will consider more than one solution to the problem of keeping lone workers safe and will also look at the use of lone working technologies, such as Sky guard, that can be used to augment lone working management procedures. Members are…Find out more »
Workplace host: Mark Twitchett, Territory Safety Manager, English Heritage Mark will give an overview of English Heritage’s health and safety arrangements at an organisational level and at Furness Abbey where they are currently carrying out essential maintenance to the fabric of the buildings. There are limited places on this visit therefore initial bookings will be taken at our March and April meetings. Furness Abbey: https://www.english-heritage.org.uk/visit/places/furness-abbey/ Members are encouraged to take part in an interactive discussion about effective health and safety…Find out more »