Health and Safety Seminar - 8 May 2014
Health and Safety in the Workplace: Getting it Right
Health and safety is a minefield for all employers regardless of size or sector and non compliance can have serious consequences, both for businesses and their employees. Join Howes Percival Solicitors, who have teamed up with health and safety experts Redcat Partnership, in this forthcoming free breakfast seminar focusing on the legal and practical considerations of health and safety in the workplace.
Redcat Partnership will be providing practical tips to delegates in relation to compliance with health and safety obligations, including the communication and implementation of policies and procedures. The team at Howes Percival will focus on health and safety from a legal perspective, concentrating on the responsibilities of employers, enforcement and prosecution. The session will also include a practical case study : "When an Inspector Calls" to provide delegates with invaluable insight into interviews under caution.
The session is free to attend and is a must for Business-owners, Directors, Partners, Senior Managers, HR Professionals and Health and Safety Professionals, as well as anyone else who has responsibility for health and safety compliance within their business.
Date: 8 May 2014
Time: 7.30 am - 10.30 am
Venue: Norwich City College Skills Academy
Address: St Andrews House, St Andrews Street, Norwich, NR2 4TP
RSVP: by 5 May 2014
To book a place please contact Lizzy Page on firstname.lastname@example.org. Places will be allocated on a first come, first served basis and we will confirm via email if you have a place.
7.30 am Registration and Refreshments
7.45 am Legal: Responsibilities, Enforcement and Prosecution
8.15 am What does Compliance Look Like?
9.00 am Refreshments
9.10 am Health and Safety: Directors and HR Professionals: Practical Considerations
9.30 am Case Study: When an Inspector Calls
10.00 am Q&A session
10.30 am Finish
Nicola Butterworth Rebecca Carriage
Sarah Daniels Harriet Howes
All seminars are FREE to attend, although this year we are again asking delegates to consider making a dontation to the Prince's Trust which provides practical and financial support and develops key workplace skills in young people who have struggled in school or who are long term unemployed. To donate please visit http://www.justgiving/HowesPercival.