The Group provides a forum for anyone with a keen interest in health and safety to meet and keep abreast of current developments. Our meetings are also a valuable opportunity for networking with other health and safety specialists. The programme of monthly meetings runs from September to June. We invite expert speakers to present their views on a topic of current interest. This is generally followed by a discussion period so the audience can explore these ideas and set them in the context of their own experience.
In addition, we arrange a visit to a local organisation to gain a practical insight into how they operate their safety management system.
If you have a role in managing the health & safety of your business, then why not join us?
To find out more about joining the NSHSG or to attend our meetings please complete our simple contact us form and one of the Exec team members will contact you to discuss your enquiry further.
To become a member of the Group complete our joining form.
19th September Managing Workforce Wellbeing through Brexit, the Gig Economy and the Trump Effect
& Nudging Health and Safety
17th October Industrial Gas Safety Training (earlier time 2.00 lunch included to celebrate the retirement of John Summerfield as a NSHSG Trustee )
21st November CITB an overview
5th December Extended Christmas Event (venue tbc) (note earlier date)
16th January Safe Working in Confined Spaces (Mines Rescue Mobile Unit)
20th February Workplace Airborne Hazards and Air Sampling
Other 2018 events include
Electric and Magnetic Fields – the safety issue, the public concern, and the EU Directive.” – National Grid
Unions view of Health & Safety – Unite
LOcHER Project – Help students to learn about occupational health
Winter Driver Safety
Dates for 2018 meetings 20th March,17th April, 15th May,19th June
Venue Sandyford Fire Station start time 2.30 for 3.00 unless stated otherwise
The meetings usually start at 3.00pm we aim to finish at 4.30pm, with refreshments and networking from 2.30pm.
Most of our meetings are very popular and we would recommend you confirm your attendance with Judith Richardson by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Regular members, new members and anybody with an interest in health and safety or fire safety will be made most welcome – bring a colleague or bring a friend,
Sandyford Community Fire Station
off Reginald Mitchell Way
Sat Nav users, please use postcode ST6 5NZ
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