Put your questions to NEBOSH at the Health & Safety Event
NEBOSH will also be teaming up with the Health and Safety Executive to host two interactive sessions as part of the exhibition. Head of Strategy Matthew Powell-Howard will be joining the HSE on 28 April to present ‘Give PEACE a chance’. This interactive Q & A session will explore the use of the P.E.A.C.E. model in incident investigation and the principles of what good witness interviews look like. It will also explore the concept of bias, and how to deal with difficult interviewees.
On 29 April NEBOSH and HSE will collaborate again on ‘Achieving Health and Safety Leadership Excellence in the Workplace’ based on the jointly developed NEBOSH HSE Health and Safety Leadership Qualification. Matt commented: “Together we’ll introduce some of the key values associated with health and safety leadership excellence and answer audience questions. Our aim is for everyone to leave our session with ideas and inspiration to positively influence health and safety back in their own workplace.”
Matthew will also be taking part in a panel discussion on ‘Promoting health and wellbeing at work’ on 28 April in the Knowledge Exchange Theatre. This session will share best practices on how to raise awareness about the importance of promoting health and wellbeing at work.
Located at the NEC Birmingham, The Health & Safety Event is the UK’s largest gathering of anyone responsible for running a safe and efficient workplace. With a unique range of seminars, practical workshops and exhibition hall, it attracts 16,000+ workplace professionals from the industrial, commercial and public sector.
Visit NEBOSH on stand C40 or join the team in the NEBOSH sponsored café area to discover more about the latest developments including the newly revised NEBOSH National Certificate in Construction Health and Safety. Visitors will also have the chance to try out the latest augmented reality as featured in the new introductory health and safety qualification ‘Safety Simplified’.
For further information about the event and to register your free place, visit: www.healthandsafetyevent.com/NEBOSH