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Webinar: ‘Target Zero’ – Minimising Accident and Injury in the Workplace

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Available on demand
Duration: 1 hour

Nobody goes to work to get injured. However, figures show that 581,000 workers sustained injuries in 2018/2019, 147 fatally.  For most businesses, zero accidents and lost working days is the ultimate goal. While this may seem like an impossible objective for most organisations, it still remains the goal to aspire to. With 70% of accidents related to temporary works, better contractor management may have the biggest impact on achieving ‘target zero’.

In March-May 2020 Alcumus SafeContractor conducted a survey with SHP to understand the specific challenges and risks around contractor management, as well as exploring the tools and techniques which firms are using to address these challenges.

In this webinar, you will learn:

  • The impact of COVID-19 on attitude towards vetting contractors for Health, Safety, Ethnical and Sustainable factors;
  • The top challenges EHS managers face when managing contractors;
  • Tools and techniques EHS managers use to source and manage contractors, and how this may change in a post-COVID-19 environment.

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Speakers

Gemma Archibald

Managing Director at Alcumus SafeContractor

As Managing Director for Accreditation and Commercial Division, Gemma has full P&L accountability for the SafeContractor & Commercial business. She is passionate about helping organisations to become safer, healthier and stronger and has set this as a clear vision for the business. Gemma has been with Alcumus since April 2016, with previous experience in senior commercial roles within National Britannia & Connaught Compliance and she also led large scale transformation projects for The Royal Mint.

Nick Turnbull

UK HSES&S Manager at AkzoNobel

Nick has been involved in building, commissioning and trialling at the AkzoNobel Ashington site for 7 years, which is the most advanced paint manufacturing plant in the world.  He holds CMISOH and PIEMA certificates and has a real passion for creating culture and people safety/behaviours. Nick also created and maintained management systems accredited to ISO 9001, 14001 and 45001, and is also the Better Health at work lead for the site, assisting in taking this to a “Maintaining excellence” level.

Angela Roberts

Group Head of Health and Safety at NEC

As well as her current role as Group Head of Health and Safety for the NEC Group, one of the largest event businesses in the UK, based in Birmingham, Angela has a demonstrated history of working across a wide range of industries, from automotive to public sector. She is skilled in auditing, Operations Management, Inspection, Event Management and Risk Assessment, and has a PG Dip in Health and Safety and a law degree.

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Nigel Evelyn-Dupree
Nigel Evelyn-Dupree
2 months ago

C-19 still no excuse NOT to be compliant with or implement Global Accessibility Standards or Regulations “mitigating repetitive stress injuries” accounting for 20%, or one day a week lost productivity, due to over-exposure to sub-optimal standard display screen interface and operators “carrying-on regardless” of self-harming in the 21st Century. 58% a long, long way away from Zero harm or predictable risk of the other Global Pandemic in Asthenopic & Myopic Disease of the “one-eyed” scaled in the WHO ICD-10, simply due to consistent systemic failure and omission or, sort of, expediently ignoring WCAG 21./2 and ISO 30071.1 DSE Accessibility basic… Read more »