Webinars

Webinar, Accident Investigation, safety, health

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.

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.

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, they will also look at what behaviours and competencies are required for today’s H & S professional.

The webinar, sponsored by Praxis42 and hosted by Lyn Dario of Shulmans, and Zoe Betts of Pinsent Masons examine the impact of the sentencing guidelines one year on including a look at the Alton Towers and G4S cases, Brexit and what lies ahead and HSE and the changes to the fee for intervention dispute process. The expert health and safety lawyers also took live questions on the day.

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, they also take the time to answer live questions from the day.

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.

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.

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.

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?

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.

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.

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