Barry Clinch has published his June edition of the Newsletter, summarising HSE activities for May – checkout the Members Menu to read his review of selected court cases and HSE publications.
Next meeting – Wednesday 4th July – 1:30 Group Meeting – Topic:- Occupational Skin Cancer
Meet up from 1:00 for refreshments and chat with other members before the meeting starts at 1:30. Barry Clinch will be presenting his usual unique insight into HSE activities since our last meeting in May. The session will finish about 3:30 following a presentation from Deb on the cause and prevention of skin cancer during leisure and work activities.
The Deb session will be very interactive, with a presentation by the Deb Technical Manager followed by UV scans of all volunteers. Someone will be on hand to discuss any queries after their individual scan. Each UV scan takes only 2 minutes per person. The Deb Safe skin evaluation process taking 15 minutes will be available for anyone interested in staying on longer.
Venue: The Sewell Studio, Geneva Way, off Leads Road, Hull HU7 0DG
You may also be interested in
… the Safety & Health Expo, the UK’s largest health and safety event and conference, which will take place this year at ExCeL London on 19-21 June – click here for more info.
… a free webinar by the British Safety Industry Federation (BSiF) on Monday 2nd July at 10:30am discussing changes to PPE laws. An overview can be found through this link.
… the next HOHSG meeting on Wednesday 4th July with a presentation on Occupational Skin Cancer – see Next Meeting above.
… IOSH Humber branch meeting on Wednesday 1st August with a presentation on Work at Height – issues and safe systems of work. Click here for more info.
… HOHSG’s seminar on STRESS on Wednesday 10th October in the light of the HSE’s recent findings that 38% of NHS staff feel unwell due to work-related stress – more info here The NHS is not alone – stress is one of the most commonly reported cause of occupational health in Britain, accounting for 40% of all work-related ill-health causes, and 49% of all working days lost due to ill-health in 2016/17.
Interested in joining HOHSG?
Why not come along to our next meeting on Wednesday 4th July from 1:00pm, talk to other members and listen to the speakers before making up your mind.