Workplace health - what is it and what do we do next?
26th April 2022
Allen & Overy, One Bishops Square, London, E1 6AD
|08:30||Registration and breakfast|
|09:00||FM Through The Looking Glass - Greg Davies, Director of Market Development, Assurity Consulting|
|10:15||The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe (HASWA, Health and the Workplace) - Toby Thorp, Chartered Environmental Health Practitioner, City of London Corporation|
|11:00||Questions from the audience|
It’s been decades since workplace health last dominated the corporate agenda, but it now comes at a time when working practices and places of work are also being subjected to change. The counterpoint to this is the opportunity offered to those responsible for workplace compliance management, both independently and collectively.
Be it ‘traditional risks’, ‘changed priorities’ or ‘new ways of working’, they all need to be not just effectively managed, but able to stand up to increasing stakeholder scrutiny and expectation. So, what’s your next move?
On Tuesday 26th April 2022, 08:30-11:15, our first, face-to-face seminar in over two years considers these challenges and opportunities. Our speakers are Greg Davies, Director of Market Development, Assurity Consulting and Toby Thorp, Chartered Environmental Health Practitioner, City of London Corporation.
|Greg will consider some of the past influences and current themes affecting workplace environmental management. Drawing on over 30 years of practical experience at Assurity Consulting, he will assess what is relevant, what isn’t and so how you could and should be shaping your compliance management and reporting of the future.|
|Toby will share his own views on the consideration of public health matters within workplace health and safety frameworks and the legacy that this may or may not create. He will explain the opportunity now available for organisations to jumpstart a new approach to health in the workplace. Toby will also look at the updated HSE toolkits for stress management and reflect on previous experiences of enforcement on this hazard.|
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