It has been nearly a year since the publication of the Helping Great Britain Work Well strategy. As we move in to 2018, there is still more that can be done by employers to improve safety and health in their workplaces. What more can you do to enhance health and safety in the workplace?
Join Westminster Briefing this December for an up to date brief on what to expect in 2018 regarding regulation and trends in health & safety. Learn what organisations are already doing to improve health and wellbeing in their workplace and examine what more can be done to support individual employees.
Issues to be addressed:
- The Helping Great Britain Work Well strategy and progress so far
- Latest legal developments in workplace health & safety enforcement
- Priorities for regulators
- What Brexit means for occupational health and safety policy
- The effects of an ageing workforce and what this means for health and safety considerations
- Emerging trends and potential risks to employee health at work
- Actions from leading employers to improve workplace safety
- Improving mental and physical well-being
- Overcoming funding challenges for health and safety schemes
- Thinking proactively to ensure accidents are prevented before they happen
- Developing partnerships to strengthen health and safety procedures
The morning session will explore current and future trends in health & safety regulation in the workplace.
The afternoon session will focus on best practice case studies allowing you to develop effective strategies to enhance the health and safety of employees.
Morning refreshments will be served upon arrival with a networking lunch to follow. Any special needs or dietary requirements should be notified to us upon booking.
Who should attend?
Anyone with an interest in improving health & safety in the workplace, including: employers; HR managers/officers; wellbeing officers; health & safety officers; consultants; health services providers; trade unions and representative groups.
For registration enquiries please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org | 0207 593 5657
To discuss speaking opportunities and/or the agenda, please email: email@example.com