Webinar: The Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme (ESOS) — What Does Your Organisation Have to Do?

How much do you know about the Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme (ESOS)? What does it mean for your organisation? And what changes to the scheme are on the horizon? In this 1-hour webinar, Steven Pearson from Cedrec Information Systems takes you through the ESOS regulations, ISO 50001, and what the latest ESOS consultation might mean for the future of the scheme.

Webinar: Stress & Mental Health — Are You Protecting Your Most Valuable Resource?

Did you know the HSE reported that in 2021/22, stress, depression or anxiety accounted for 51% of all work-related ill health cases? Join us for our free 1-hour webinar where Dee Arp and Matt Powell-Howard from NEBOSH discussed brand-new survey results on your workplace experiences of mental health and stress, particularly:

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Webinar: The October 2022 Legislation Update

This one-hour webinar will provide an essential update on the latest regulatory requirements and changes over the last few months within fire, safety and environment. Our expert speakers from William Martin Compliance and Cedrec Information Systems will explore any new legislation as well as consultations that are on the horizon. They will also cover any new or updated guidance and how they may impact on your role or organisation, highlighting what you may need to do to remain compliant.

Webinar: Managing International Sites — Case Studies

Managing compliance and standards across international sites is complex, challenging and time consuming. Watch this webinar to hear practical insights and real-life case studies on tackling the complexities of health & safety compliance across international sites and teams. Our speakers share their journeys and the best practices they have developed, as well as how they keep on top of ever-changing legislation for multiple countries.

Webinar: The Business Consequences of ESG Failures

What does the increasing focus on ESG (Environment, Social & Governance) mean for your organisation – and what can we learn from the prosecutions and investigations of others? In this webinar, our expert speakers from VinciWorks explore the impact of recent prosecutions in the ESG space and how a robust ESG programme can help.

Webinar: The Practicalities and Challenges of Electric Vehicles — Now and in the Future

Are you or your organisation using electric cars? What are the driver training and briefing requirements? How are you navigating the related practical challenges, including health and safety, infrastructure, and operational issues? This one-hour webinar will explore the challenges of electric vehicles from both an organisational perspective and an individual user perspective – whether you’re a business owner, fleet manager, or have an electric vehicle at home.

Webinar: The Evolving Roles and Responsibilities of Health & Safety in 2022 — What Next?

In this one-hour webinar, we hear from the HSE, IOSH and BSI on the ever-changing health & safety landscape, looking at what’s changed over the last year and where it looks to be headed. Our expert speakers explored the part that psychological health and safety plays and where it’s going, the language of social sustainability, the principles and practices of good OSH, Catch the Wave campaign, Business continuity, Digitization, BIM/cybersecurity, Influencing and the skills of Sales and Marketing.

Webinar: April 2022 Legislation Update

This one-hour webinar will provide an essential update on the latest regulatory requirements and changes over the last few months within Health & Safety, Fire and Environment. Our expert speakers from IEMA and William Martin Compliance will explore any new legislation as well as consultations that are on the horizon. They will also cover any new or updated guidance and how they may impact on your role or organisation, highlighting what you may need to do to remain compliant.

Webinar: Building a Roadmap to Net Zero — Engineering a Sustainable and Resilient World

We’ve all probably been on too many webinars where the subject has been carbon – but this one will be different. We are delighted that Martin Townsend, Global Head of Sustainability and Circular Economy from BSI, will be sharing specialist insight and clear information on the steps we each need to be taking to achieve net zero. This webinar will consist of two parts – an exploration of the roadmap to net zero and how to measure, manage, offset and report your data, and an informal discussion with AESSEAL on their first-hand experience of making change happen during their carbon journey.

Webinar: Best Practice in Fire Risk Assessments and Competency

Fire risk assessors are coming under increased scrutiny and accountable persons and building safety managers face changing legislation. What regulations you should be following to protect your building, your business and your employees? During this free 1-hour webinar, Howard Passey from the Fire Protection Association (FPA) will explore: Recognising the key requirements for producing a suitable and sufficient fire risk assessment, Understanding your responsibilities and liabilities as a fire risk assessor, Knowing the practical factors in undertaking the risk assessment on site, Recognising the right level of detail, Recognising the common pitfalls and how to avoid them, Accountable persons, building safety managers and their responsibilities, Responsible Persons and appointing a Competent Person and Demonstrating competency.

Webinar: Net Zero, the Environment Act and the Practical Implications

Do you know how Net Zero will impact your organisation? What does the Environment Act 2021 mean for you? And what do you need to do to prepare for this “ground-breaking” legislation? During this free 1-hour webinar, our expert speakers from Burges Salmon explore the background to Net Zero and the Environment Act as well as the practical implications including environmental credits, ESG policies and Energy.

Webinar: Mental Health and Wellbeing in the Workplace Post Lockdown

After two years of social and financial pressures, and with the pandemic still prevalent in our everyday lives, not everyone is comfortable with returning to the workplace in person. During this free 1-hour webinar, Dee Arp, Chief Operating Officer at NEBOSH, and Alexis Powell-Howard, Psychotherapist, TEDx Speaker, and Director of Fortis Therapy, will explore the impact that the pandemic has had upon our employees’ mental health and wellbeing and what you can actually do to support them in returning to the workplace.