Health and safety law update webinars now available
Are you aware of recent or upcoming changes in health and safety law? Do you know how they might affect your business? If not, you’ll benefit from one of our short webinars.
Our health and safety law update webinar is hosted by a barrister with 25 years of safety management experience. It will last for 60-90 minutes, depending on content and questions. You team will get up-to-date information on developments in this critical area of the law, which will help you to:
- stay on the right side of the regulator
- gain an insight into recent prosecutions
- understand how the courts are currently interpreting the law
- adapt to changes in existing health and safety law
- not overdo your response to changes in the law
- avoid prosecution.
You’ll also have plenty of chances to ask questions.
Want to know more? Why not contact us today for a no-obligation chat – we’ll be happy to answer your questions.
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How do I book?
Who is this course for?
The flexible sessions are suitable for safety teams and senior management. They are also count towards CPD for IOSH members when delivered at IOSH Branch Meetings.
Gain a valuable insight into recent and pending changes in health and safety law that will help to equip your company to ensure continued legal compliance.
What will I learn?
Content varies according to developments in law at any given time. As a guide, some of the topics that clients have found to be of benefit in recent years include:
- The Control of Electromagnetic Fields at Work Regulations 2016
- The Corporate Manslaughter and Corporate Homicide Act 2007
- The Social Action, Responsibility and Heroism Act 2015 (aka 'SARAH')
- Case law developments and implications
- New sentencing guidelines for H&S prosecutions
- Seminars on Lord Young’s report “Common sense, common safety”
If you have any pre-booking questions please click here to get in touch with us.
Please contact us to arrange a convenient date.
Flexible, but typically 60 - 90 minutes.
Virtual sessions, via Zoom.
£195 + VAT (Price is per webinar, NOT per delegate)