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June 28, 2017

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Accident Investigation Webinar

After a recent webinar on ‘Root Cause Analysis’ proved to be the most successful yet, Barbour EHS are happy to announce the next webinar which will focus on ‘Accident Investigation.’

The webinar will take place on Friday 7 July from 11:00am to 12:00pm (BST) and will cover the pitfalls and consequences that should be considered in accident investigation.

The moderator will be Heather Beach, managing director of The Healthy Work Company. Heather will be joined by Patrick Waterson of Loughborough University, Matthew Hazelton of Proud2bSafe and John Dillion of Ryder Marsh.

Patrick Warbuton is reader in Human Factors and Complex systems at Loughborough University and has published widely in the field of occupational safety.

Matthew Hazelton became a motivational speaker after a tragic accident at the company he was the director of which killed two friends and both of his brothers.

John Dillion is principal consultant at Ryder Marsh and has personally developed & implemented Safety Leadership, behavioural Based Safety and Accident Investigation processes and programs internationally in various industries.

These three experts with varying opinions are sure to provide a nuanced and not-to-be-missed discussion.

You can sign up to take part in the webinar here.

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