SHP Webinar Wednesdays

Learn from a different group of thought leaders every week.

Every Wednesday from mid-October to early December you are invited to tune in for interactive discussion and debate on a range of topics. All webinars are free to attend and you are welcome to sign up for one, several or all of them.

SHP Webinar Wednesdays








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Equality at work and the role women’s health plays in it

 

Wednesday 2 December 2020  | 11:00 – 12:00 GMT

 

The webinar will cover:

  • Why gender inclusion is beneficial for businesses commercially, particularly as we enter a time of economic hardship;
  • Why businesses need to provide basic access to healthcare for women
  • The link between mental health and women’s health events, such as menopause;
  • Steps businesses can take in order to support women’s differing health needs.

Sponsored by

Barbour

On-demand sessions

Legislation update

 

The webinar will cover:

  • Returning to the workplace in post-COVID-19;
    • Important issues to address;
    • Where are we with COVID-19 investigations or prosecutions so far?
  • The Fire Safety Bill 2020 / Building Safety Bill 2020;
  • Workplace mental health and wellbeing (particularly with World Mental Health Day on 10 October 2020)
    • Impact of COVID-19;
    • What are workplaces doing to raise awareness and support employees?;
    • Relevant cases involving workplace stress and wellbeing issues.

Presented by

Barbour

Best practice advice on chemical safety management

The webinar will cover:

  • Challenges managing chemical safety for health and safety teams;
  • Key learnings: first-hand experience;
  • The main changes/trends in chemical safety;
  • 10 steps to success on chemical safety management;
  • Walkthrough of digital chemical safety solution.

Sponsored by

EcoOnline

Wellbeing by numbers

The webinar will cover:

  • Learn how to use data to shape your workplace wellbeing strategy;
  • Hear evidence of the impact that wellbeing has on productivity and bottom line;
  • Get expert advice on the challenges of implementing a data-led wellbeing strategy and how to overcome them;
  • Walk away with a health & wellbeing toolkit that will help you implement and evaluate your wellbeing strategy.

Sponsored by

Westfield Health

Safety culture

The webinar will cover:

  • The safety culture challenges that come with large, multi-national organisations, especially during the pandemic where guidelines are so different from country to country;
  • How do you change an organisation’s safety culture?;
  • Tips for influencing at board level, in order to implement changes to safety culture;
  • Tips for getting buy-in to safety culture initiatives throughout the workforce.

Sponsored by

Intelex

What makes a good risk assessment?

The webinar will cover:

  • What is the difference between hazard and risk?;
  • Why should we do a risk assessment?;
  • An overview of the hierarchy of risk controls;
  • What makes a good risk assessment, and a bad one?;
  • Why risk assessments have a purpose and are not just paperwork;
  • COVID-19 risk assessments.

Sponsored by

Safety Media

Supporting employee mental health during the COVID-19 pandemic

The webinar will cover:

  • The WHY and how to inspire your senior team with the WHY;
  • The basics of your training needs analysis and some really quick wins;
  • The form score and how you can use it to improve psychological safety – you will get a chance to test it out live!

Presented by

Barbour

Is there a difference between leadership and safety leadership? 

The webinar will cover:

  • What is the difference between leadership and safety leadership?
  • How do you create leaders within field employees, technicians and operators, first line supervisors and senior line leadership team;
  • What is the role of the OSH leader in developing this;
  • How can leaders use the ‘opportunity’ presented by the pandemic to their advantage;
  • How can leaders adapt to the current social distancing and travel restrictions?;
  • What do you see as being the future of the OSH profession and its leaders. How do they get there?.

Sponsored by

Soloprotect

Driver safety & managing work-related road risks: responsibilities, policies & mistakes

The webinar will cover:

  • Work-related road risk – the responsibilities of a safety manager;
  • 6 common mistakes made by firms whose staff drive for work, and their consequences;
  • Your work-related road risk management bible – 4 essential tasks.

Sponsored by

Driving for Better Business

Driver safety: Understanding and influencing drivers’ attitudes and behaviour to reduce risk

The webinar will cover:

  • How to assess your drivers’ attitudes and influence their behaviour;
  • Impact of COVID-19 on driver attitudes and behaviour, including after long periods without driving;
  • Managing risks related to drink, drugs and fatigue;
  • Managing accidents and the aftermath when they do happen.

Sponsored by

IAM Roadsmart