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Barbour CPD Webinars

Welcome to Barbour webinar series. These are designed to assist you with your continuing professional development (CPD) plans and are FREE to attend. A CPD certificate will be provided for you records following a session attendance.

Contact us at enquiries@barbourehs.com and get added to our mailing list to ensure you are notified of all  webinar sessions!

October's Legislation Update

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The webinar, hosted by Kevin Bridges of Pinsent Masons LLP, examines the latest October legislation changes. Looking at key areas such as the potential impact of Brexit, the new sentencing guidelines and modern slavery acts. Discussing specifically what these changes mean in practical terms and how they will affect your organisation.

Wellbeing in the Workplace

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The webinar, hosted by Karl Simons of Thames Water and Clive Johnson of Land Securities PLC, examines the growing importance of wellbeing within an occupational health programme and how to successfully implement this into your organisation, whilst gaining buy-in from employees and the board.

April's Legislation Update

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The webinar, hosted by Simon Joyston-Bechal and Anne Davies, Withers LLP will examine recent changes to health and safety legislation and guidance, including a look at how the Sentencing Guidelines are bedding in.

Which Qualification?

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This webinar examines the various qualification options, and what each of these career development qualifications offer and which is best for the type of career in health and safety you want to pursue?

Safety is Broken

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This webinar presented by John Green explains his case for change, drawn on his time working internationally and in collaboration with key industry influencers and leaders.

Sentencing Guidelines

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This webinar presented by Dr Simon Joyston-Bechal and Kizzy Augustin looked at the new Sentencing Guidelines which will come into force on 1 February 2016.

Legislation Update

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This webinar presented by Mike Taylor and Kizzy Augustin examined all the latest changes in legislation affecting the health and safety industry.

Noise at Work

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This webinar presented by Subash Ludhra and Dr Shaun Lundy explores all aspects of ensuring compliance when working internationally.

International compliance - what you need to know

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This webinar presented by Subash Ludhra and Dr Shaun Lundy explores all aspects of ensuring compliance when working internationally.

DVLA Changes: The Road Ahead

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This webinar from Kevin Curtis, Director of Driving Monitor, discussed the changes in DVLA since the abolition of the counterpart licence and examines the new digital systems available.

Legislation Update April 2015

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This webinar presented by Mike Taylor of Santia Consulting and Kizzy Augustin of Pinsent Masons LLP discuss the recent and forthcoming changes to health and safety legislation, whilst also summarising the effects of last year’s implementations

CDM Regulations 2015 Webinar

rsz_1cdm_webinar_vidThis webinar presented by Simon Toseland and Paul Bussey examined the requirements of the revised Construction (Design and Management) Regulations which are due to come into force on the 6th April 2015.

ESOS Webinar - February 2015

esos webinar This webinar presented by Senior Environmental Consultant Deborah Cairns enabled participants to quickly identify whether their company was obligated under the new ESOS Regulations and to understand what the key requirements of the Scheme are.

Skincare compliance - October 2014

understanding occ skin care There are over 40,000 new diagnoses of occupational skin disease in the UK each year, the majority of which are contact dermatitis. In some sectors, workers appear to accept that “bad hands” go with the job. However, many of these cases could be avoided quite simply by implementation of a skin management and skin care system.

Occupational Health May 2014

protecting worker health13,000 people die a year of occupational diseases compared to 148 deaths from workplace accidents. Mike Slater, president of BOHS, looks at the alarming statistics around occupational health and asks if we are doing enough to protect today’s workers.