CHAIR: Neal Stone – Director of Policy and Communications.
Copies of the seminar presentations from 12th and 13th September 2012 will be available to download below from Monday 17th September(click on the orange links)
|British Safety Council|
|S1A||09.50-10.35||Rosi Edwards, Regional Director, Wales, Midlands and South West - HSE||What HSE is - and isn't - looking for from Dutyholders||Businesses, in order to succeed, know they have to concentrate on what matters. The same is true of the health and safety aspects of a business. Deciding on what matters, using the guidance and expertise available, and doing enough of the right things will enable you to manage business risks and keep your workforce - and your business - safe and healthy.
Then some key concepts - leadership and the IoD/HSE guidance; involving the workforce properly in RAs and systems of work; HSE guidance on the internet; how HSE decides who to visit and why and the Ministerial statement which guides us; how we deal with complaints about conditions at companies; how inspectors decide how serious something is and what to do about it; charging.
S1A - Rosi Edwards (National Motorcycle Museum, 12.09.12) (500 Kb)
|S1B||11.20-12.05||Shaun Curry and Harry Gallagher, Heads, Drama Based Learning - Macnaughton McGregor||Drama – Safety Leadership and Culture||A lot is spoken in industry about creating interdependent cultures and encouraging worker engagement. This is widely recognised as the next step in safety culture development. Translating these terms into action, however, can often be a tricky process. Using their unique blend of interactive drama based learning and their extensive cross industry knowledge, Macnaughton McGregor explores exactly how these concepts are put into practice. Their programmes are designed to be engaging, challenging and informative.
S1B - Shaun Curry / Harry Gallagher (National Motorcycle Museum, 12.09.12) (402 Kb)
|S1C||12.50-13.35||Chris Green, Partner, Regulatory Midlands – Weightmans LLP||Directors in the Dock-Could it be You?||The presentation will cover enforcement and inspection of safety in the Coalition era; Charging for inspections and common sense safety; the procedures for appealing enforcement notices.
S1C - Chris Green (National Motorcycle Museum, 12.09.12) (183 Kb)
|S1D||14.20-15.05||Howard Dawes, Portfolio Manager – Environment: British Safety Council||Environmental Policy and Management Update - Duties, Strategies and Developments||A strategic overview of environmental and sustainability issues nationally and highlights of the main requirements for duty holders and key developments and policies likely to affect organisations in the future.
S1D - Howard Dawes (National Motorcycle Museum, 12.09.12) (1,970 Kb)
|S1E||09.10-09.45||Andrew Burns Warren, Health & Safety Auditor/Jonathan Wilson, Health & Safety Sector Manager, NQA||Using Auditor Training to Achieve Certification to OHSAS 18001||The presentation will cover:- Internal auditor techniques training - a systems v inspection approach; Progression to lead auditor; Utilising training for certification and assessing your supply chain.
S1E - Andrew Burns Warren / Jonathan Wilson (National Motorcycle Museum, 12.09.12) (1,752 Kb)
|S1F||10.40-11.15||Alan McArthur, 3M Occupational Health & Environmental Safety||Are you fit enough? A Practical Guide to Fit Testing and Competency||Fit testing is legal requirement for all tight fitting respirators and a challenge across many industries. This seminar aims to give practical advice to anyone who is implementing a fit testing programme. It will include topics such as:- When and why to fit test; Fit testing methods and fundamentals; A practical guide to fit testing including hints and tips; How to handle failures; Judging competence to fit test and the Fit2Fit accreditation scheme.
Please email 3M with enquiries relating to this seminar.
|S1G||12.10-12.45||Ian Samson, Territory Manager UK, Ireland and Nordic Region Training Specialist (EMEA), Dupont Personal Protection||Is Your Chemical Protective Clothing Really Protecting You?||
suits may look the same, but are you confident your chemical protective
clothing is really protecting you and your staff?
With the help of Professor Victor Tytonius, these questions will be conclusively answered.
In a series of videos, the Professor will lead you through some revealing experiments on the three most commonly used materials in chemical protective clothing: Tyvek (r), Microporous film and SMS.
S1G - Ian Samson (National Motorcycle Museum, 12.09.12) (1,175 Kb)
|S1H||13.40-14.15||Ben Griffiths, Territory Sales Manager, Ansell Occupational Healthcare||Productivity & "Comfort at work" contradictory or complementary?||
What are the consequences for both businesses and employees when operators are exposed to more demanding industrial environments which can often lead to comprises in safety?
In an increasingly competitive environment where "lean" manufacturing is requiring operators to multi-task and rotate jobs we explore how companies can aviod the need to compromise on safety whilst enabling operators to be better protected, more productive and more compliant all of which enhance your competitive advantage.
We will demonstrate the benefits of lightweight advanced protection compared to more traditional solutions.
Please email Ansell with enquiries relating to this seminar
|S1I||15.10-15.45||Ken Smith, Divisional Director- Consultancy Services, Arc Associates||"Safety is a Can Do Business"||Legislation requires that you manage health and safety in all areas of business. Safety should not be restrictive but a positive approach to good business management; it isn’t about can’t do. ‘Safety is a Can Do Business’ is a seminar which challenges these misconceptions and discusses the benefits of doing it right.
S1J - Safety is a can do business - Download seminar.
S1I - Ken Smith (National Motorcycle Museum, 12.09.12) (1,286 Kb)