April 2018 Legislation webinar

Every April and October, Barbour and SHP Online bring you a legislation update webinar looking back on recent changes, and forward to upcoming ones.

Health and safety law and securing compliance remains to be an ever important and far reaching area, particularly now in light of unlimited and ever increasing fines. Specialist regulatory law practitioners, Kizzy Augustin, Partner at Russell Cooke and Emma Evans, Associate of Pinsent Masons, will take a look at and consider some of the more recent changes. They will also be joined by Howard Pullman, Business Development Director at Cority.

Topics covered include:

  • Significant legislative changes or developments – what you need to know in order to secure compliance;
  • Privilege – current legal landscape, practical implications, and best practice;
  • Enforcement Notices – supreme court’s recent decision in Chevron and practical implications for duty holders;
  • ISO 45001 – new international standard and its implications;
  • Recent sentencing trends and appeals – update on sentencing case law.

Find out why you should tune in or take part in the Barbour webinar series from Stephen Reeve of ARMS Reliability and Sarah Hurcombe of Thames Water. Both of which use the webinars to communicate with their audience and boost learning within their teams respectively.

Understanding ISO 45001 ‘Occupational Health and Safety’

Watch the ‘Understanding ISO 45001 Occupational Health and Safety’ Webinar

Our most recent Barbour webinar welcomed Kate Field, Global Product Champion for Health and Safety at BSi and Mike Taylor, Associate Director, SHEQ at Turner & Townsend. They discussed the brand new occupational health and safety standard ISO 45001 and how this new standard will affect us.

Safety Differently webinar

Watch the ‘Safety Differently’ Webinar

Our most recent Barbour webinar welcomed Helen Rawlinson, Managing Director for Art of Work Ltd, Simon Bown, Head of Health, Safety & Environment at London Luton Airport, Chris Lea, Director of Wellbeing, HS&E & Responsibility at UCB and Lorene Carter, Lead HSSE Manager on the London to Corby railway electrification project. They discussed how ‘Safety Differently’ actually works in practise and how they are experimenting with the different approaches.

The 5 Key Steps for Conducting a Successful Incident Investigation

Watch the ‘The 5 Key Steps for Conducting a Successful Incident Investigation’ Webinar

Our most recent Barbour webinar welcomed Stephen Reeve and Steve Vardy, both from ARMS Reliability. They discussed the five key steps of an incident investigation which precede the actual analysis, as well as the important considerations within each step to ensure a thorough and successful investigation.

Watch the ‘How do we get business to “own” health and safety?’ Webinar

Our most recent Barbour webinar which was hosted by Heather Beach of The Healthy Work Company, welcomed Dame Judith Hackitt Chair of EEF and SEMTA and Professor Andrew Sharman, Vice President at IOSH. They discussed how you can lead and manage health and safety efficiently and effectively, by sharing with you just what your MBA should have taught you about workplace health & safety.

October 2017 Legislation Update

Watch the ‘October 2017 Legislation Update’ Webinar

The webinar sponsored by EEF saw Dr Simon Joyston-Bechal of Turnstone Law, Anne Davies of Gunnercooke LLP, and Ian Cooke of EEF examine the October Legislation changes. They discussed how the new rules fit in with the 2016 sentencing guidelines, lessons to be learnt from strict sentencing guidelines, how to attach litigation privilege to an investigation and much more.

Mental health, webinar, wellbeing

Watch the ‘Managing Mental Health Well’ Webinar

This webinar hosted by Heather Beach of The Health Work Company, Martin Coyd of Mace and Clare Forshaw from HSE looks at how to incorporate or improve mental health and wellbeing in your organisations safety culture.

Webinar, Accident Investigation, safety, health

Watch the ‘Accident Investigation ‘ Webinar

Hosted by Heather Beach of The Healthy Work Company, Dr Patrick Waterson of Loughborough University, Matthew Hazelton a company director and John Dillon of Ryder Marsh. This webinar explores the pitfalls and consequences to be considered in accident investigation from three very different perspectives.

Watch the ‘Transforming Health and Safety without falling foul of the Regulator’ Webinar

Podcast: Hosted by Heather Beach of The Healthy Work Company, watch on demand the panel debate which looks at three organisations who are driving new risk management agendas forward and looking at how to navigate their way through any issues, with the help of a lawyer and a HSE inspector.

Watch the ‘A New Skillset? Employability in the Health and Safety Profession ‘ Webinar

Hosted by Heather Beach of The Healthy Work Company. Anna Keen of Acre Frameworks, Emma Head from HS2 and John Dunne of Wates will debate whether a new skill set is needed in the health and safety profession. They will discuss that having only a technical understanding and knowledge of the law are not enough.

Watch the ‘April 2017 Legislation Update’ Webinar

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Watch the ‘Power of Root Cause Analysis’ Webinar

The webinar hosted by Gary Tyne, Engineering Manager & RCA Facilitator/Instructor and Stephen Reeve, EMEA General Manager at ARMS Reliability examine the power of ‘Root Cause Analysis’. The experts in problem-solving discuss various methods for the application of this technique and apply them to real-world case studies.

Watch the October 2016 Legislation Update Webinar

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.