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Health & Safety Event Digital

Because the Health & Safety Event has been postponed until April, we’ll be bringing you the best of the show’s knowledge sharing segments in an online format. Join us for interactive sessions with our key sponsors as well as influential speakers from across business and industry.

On Demand

Health and Safety Matters Podcast

Health & Safety Matters Magazine has launched a new podcast, which will be available every fortnight on a Monday. Mark Sennett, Publisher of Health and HSM PodcastSafety Matters magazine,  takes a look at the latest news in the UK health and safety sector and is joined by industry experts for interviews on topical subjects.

The HSM Podcast is sponsored by The Health & Safety Event.

You can listen to the HSM Podcast for free on iTunes, Spotify, YouTube or Podbean. To download the podcast on Spotify or iTunes all you need to do is enter Health and Safety Matters into the platform's search box.

Alternatively you can listen to the podcast online at hsmpodcast.podbean.com

No.1 - Challenges of PPE during COVID-19

Hear from British Safety Industry Federation CEO Alan Murray who explains how the Federation is working with government and its members to ensure suitable and safe PPE is available during the Covid-19 pandemic. Mark also sits down with JSP Ltd's CEO Mark Johnstone to learn how it is coping with supply chain issues and the main challenges for PPE manufacturers since the Coronavirus outbreak.

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(or watch it on YouTube here)

No.2  - Your legal health and safety responsibilities in relation to Covid-19

Find out how British Safety Industry Federation is leading the charge on urging that only compliant PPE is available in the UK plus this week's guests include lawyer Kevin Bridges who explains your legal health and safety responsibilities in relation to Covid-19 and Delta Plus Managing Director Sam Hill also shares how his business is protecting the NHS and how he's managing to resolve supply chain issues.

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(or watch it on YouTube here)

No.3 - COVID-19 Survey results and key considerations returning to work

Listen to the latest news including the results of HSM's workplace Covid-19 survey, a drop in the number of fire-related deaths and a new HSENI construction campaign. Guests include IOSH Chief Executive Bev Messinger who shares key considerations before returning to work and Alcumus CEO Alyn Franklin.

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(or watch it on YouTube here)

No.4 - Workplace injuries and ill-health

Hear the latest industry news, including a company being fined £366,850 after a worker was fatally crushed inside a machine and also shift workers being 30% more likely to suffer a workplace injury or ill-health. Guests include IIRSM President Clive Johnson, SHE Software CEO Matthew Elson and Head of Sales Enablement Julian Taylor.

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(or watch it on YouTube here)

No.5 - Workplace injuries

Find out the shocking new research on the number of people seriously injured in the workplace. Listen to BSI, PPE Group Certification Manager Nathan Shipley shares what BSI is doing to ensure standards of PPE products in the market, as well as Shawcity, Managing Director Neil O'Regan on the next major innovation needed for monitoring technology and the key issues facing that market.

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(or watch it on YouTube here)

No.6 - The changing landscape of H&S

The newly published HSE workplace fatality figures have dropped to an all-time low. Lone worker expert Nicole Vazquez will talk about how lone worker safety is continuing to evolving. MSA Safety's Jon Rowan also shares the biggest challenges facing the H&S sector and what kind of safety solutions customers are looking for in the current climate.

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(or watch it on YouTube here)

No.7 - Looking at the new Building Safety Bill

Find out more about the new Building Safety BIll and the tragic fatality that led to the prosecution of a local council. Guests include Contractors Health and Safety Assessment Scheme,  Managing Director Ian McKinnon and the Health & Safety Event's Event Director David Bishop.

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(or watch it on YouTube here)

No.8 - PPE in the wake of COVID-19

Listen to the latest news on how safety concerns have halted the use of fifty million face masks, bought by the government in April for use by NHS workers. Airsweb Director Robert Leech discusses the barriers of reporting health and safety incidents, near misses or major incidents, as well as Nigel Stubbs and Peter Barcoe, who raise their concerns about the amount of non-compliant PPE that is currently flooding the UK in the wake of Covid-19.

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(or watch it on YouTube here)

No.9 - The effects of COVID-19

In this episode, sit down with NEBOSH director of Learning Dee Arp and talks about if we will see a return to classroom-based learning and how Coronavirus may change the health and safety sector for years to come. Kelly Rock, Evac+Chair International HR Director, also makes an appearance on this episode, as she speaks about the evacuation market and the roots of the Emergency Evacuation Association.

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(or watch it on YouTube here)

No.10 - Independent review on fire safety 

Fire Industry Association CEO Ian Moore talks about how the FIA has been giving feedback on the independent review of fire safety as well as the Fire Safety Bill and Building Safety Bill. Ian also discussed the sale of FIA's awarding organisation to BAFE. Baloo Health technical director, Andy Mee features on this episode and talks about his new venture and the concerns he has over substandard PPE entering the UK market.

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(or watch it on YouTube here)

Webinars

Webinar

Webinar

Delivered by Southalls on 28-29 April

Topics included:

  • Safety Cloud - Online H&S Software Transforming UK's Industry
  • Transport Safety
  • Building Safety After the Grenfell Tower Tragedy: What Happens Next?
  • How to Convince Your Boss To Take H&S Seriously?
  • COVID-19: How To Protect Your Reputation In a Crisis
  • Common H&S Pitfalls You May Be Missing
  • Keeping Your Employees Happy and Healthy from Home
  • 2-0-2-0 Health & Safety Check – Are You Prepared?
  • Workplace Accidents - How They Can Haemorrhage Money
  • What Are the Main Asbestos Risks Today?
  • Great Risk Management – The Way To a Better Result at Our Insurance Renewal
     

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Webinar

Webinar

Delivered by The Access Group on 12-13 May

Topics included:

Passporting: working smarter - Usually defined as a way of being more productive by pre-checking before going on-site, explore views on the potential by examining well-established examples. 

Engagement in health and wellbeing – where and when - What are the means to raise awareness, and get genuine staff engagement? 

Compliance in regulated sectors - Examine how regulated sectors can be aware and prepared for scrutiny, taking the example of the Legal sector, discuss robust approaches to minimise the risks of non-compliance. 

Post Covid, business readiness - What will processes look like post lockdown and how should business leaders and preparing. 

 

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Understanding PUWER (Provision & Use of Work Equipment Regulations)

 

Pilz PUWER

 

Compliance with the Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations (PUWER) is necessary for those who operate or have control over work equipment.

PUWER Regulations cover management requirements for areas such as maintenance systems, training and instructions and the physical aspects of work equipment itself, such as dangerous parts of machinery, controls, and isolation.

During this webinar, Pilz machine safety experts will give an overview of where all PUWER regulations apply.

  • What are the ‘Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations’ (PUWER)
  • What equipment is covered by PUWER
  • Where does each Regulation apply
  • Who is responsible for compliance with PUWER

 

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