Occupational Health in Construction Awareness Event
We are delighted to announce that we will be exhibiting again at another HSE Working Well Together event on 28th March 2015
We have been in attendance at a number of these events in the past and found them to be hugely beneficial.
It is another of a series of free partnership Working Well Together (WWT) campaigns organised by the construction industry. The main aim of the event is to increase delegate’s awareness of important occupational health and safety issues in construction. As well as trade-specific information, there will also be a number of professionals in attendance to give practical advice on how to identify hazards and avoid risks on building sites.
This free event is a fantastic opportunity for small business and the self employed to gain hands-on occupational health advice and guidance.
Health (particularly long-term health) in the construction industry is equal to safety in importance.
The Health and Safety Executive charges £124 an hour for an Inspector to put right a breach in health and safety law. This is another good reason for ensuring you are in attendance at this fantastic event.
There is free parking, food and refreshments plus an opportunity to meet Business Development Manager, Tom Burwell and Sales Representative Dean Parker at our exhibition stand.
Presentations and demonstrations on safe working at height solutions and training courses will be rolled out during the morning. Also in attendance on our stand will be Youngman Group’s Sales Manager Ben Sly. As an authorised distributor of Youngman access products we will be giving demonstrations and offering special discounts on the day.
Tom commented “It is great to meet with contractors from all backgrounds at events such as these and demonstrates Boss Training’s commitment to health and safety. I hope as many of our customers both old and new will come and visit us at our exhibition stand”.
The event is being held at:
Please contact us on 01422 358184 to book your place or email firstname.lastname@example.org