Women in health & safety
Networking event: Driving for work – What’s the risk?
A joint ScORSA, RoSPA AEF, Women in Safety and Health event providing an understanding about Driving for Work and Managing Occupational Road Risk (MORR) and giving attendees the tools available to assist organisation in the management of risk.
Don’t miss out on this opportunity to engage with fellow health and safety practitioners and gain some vital knowledge.
Jurys Inn, Guild Street, Aberdeen, AB11 5RG
Thursday 5 March 2020
9am – 3pm
The programme includes:
- The positive benefits to your organisation of managing occupational road risk;
- How you can encourage and promote occupational road safety within your sphere of influence – your organisation and your supply chain;
- Signposts to free tools and resources available through membership of ScORSA;
- An update on current topics such as driving in the GIG economy.
Registration is now closed.
The Women in Health and Safety network is run by an independent committee, Chaired by Dr Judith Grant, Director of Health and Wellbeing at Mace. The network hosts free-to-attend events, for all health and safety practitioners, which take place throughout the year around the UK.
All past and upcoming events are listed on the SHP Women in Health and Safety hub and advertised in the Women in Health and Safety LinkedIn group.
With employees who drive for business more likely to be killed at work than deep sea divers or coal miners, driver safety is a vital business consideration.
Download this eBook from Driving for Better Business and SHP to cover:
- The danger of the roads;
- Comparing road safety in the UK to the rest of Europe;
- Decreasing risk: Avoiding accidents;
- Road safety best practice;
- What is fleet risk?
- Managing work-related road safety.