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June 5, 2019

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Safety & Health Expo

Finch Consulting to promote forensic, legal and training services at Safety & Health Expo 2019

Safety & Health Expo 2019 is attracting a number of first-time exhibitors and among them is Finch Consulting,  that is bringing a team of specialists, including engineers, ex-regulators and lawyers, that help companies on a daily basis mitigate risk in situations that involve the many aspects of engineering, health and safety, and environmental.

event safetyFinch is keen to promote its unique proposition in consulting, forensic, legal and training services. Its people deliver services to a wide range of organisations where their engineering confidence is a vital aspect of risk management.

Working in close partnership with its clients, Finch helps define and address their real business risks and helps them tackle the challenges and seek opportunities to develop engineering solutions that deliver solid returns on investment.

First and foremost, Finch people remain grounded in first-hand experience and understanding at all levels of organisations and across the many aspects of engineering, health and safety and environmental.

Finch clients say that they value the depth and quality of insight  from these experts who take great pride in delivering intelligence and results. Clients have real faith in Finch and say that this reassurance is priceless.

Focus on Human Factors

The theme for the Finch stand is very much focused helping companies understand risk and for Safety & Health Expo 2019, it has specifically chosen to focus on ‘the human factor’ to highlight how behaviours and training influence risk scenarios.

Finch works with small and large, national and international, public and private organisations in many sectors including food, energy, leisure, waste, entertainment, manufacturing and infrastructure.

The complex interactions between engineering, health, safety, and the environment can increase organisational risk, yet the increasing reliability of machinery, the need to adhere to stringent health and safety compliance and a rigorous routine of inspections means that mitigating risk has shifted more towards being in greater control of the human factors that can influence the potential outcome.

This means ensuring operators and managers are fully trained to understand the potential risks and are able to take steps to prevent them. A walk around the Finch stand will enlighten you in many ways.

To find out more speak, visit Stand SH1858 at Safety & Health Expo, taking place from 18-20 June at London’s ExCeL. To secure your free place, click on the link below.

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