Safer By Sharing Conference Presentations.
Safer and Healthier by Leadership is an industry specific workshop which MPA believe is fundamental to developing world class health and safety performance.
Developed for MPA's member organisations, it is popular with leaders and managers – and those aspiring to move into these roles. It provides delegates with an opportunity to reflect on their organisation's performance and their own performance as business leaders. It helps identify their strengths and opportunities to improve.
MPA members are encouraged to book onto the the leadership workshops. Please see leaflet for more information.
The next on-line workshop is on 28th and 29th September.
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To help achieve Vision Zero, all employees and contractors need to be involved in sharing knowledge and experience as a contributor to developing and maintaining personal competence.
MPA's Safer by Sharing Days are an effective means of sharing good practice and provide learning through practical demonstrations and formal presentations. They enable members to gain new perspectives on a variety of topics. Guest speakers from from a range of organisations such as HSE, equipment manufacturers, specialist consultancies and member companies share their own initiatives and developments.
Struck by Moving & Falling Objects
Jonathan Cockerline of Tarmac will provide an expert insight into different aspects of this topic, which is the UK's third most significant cause of workplace fatalities. This webinar aims to introduce the types of ''struck by incidents'' using example industry incidents to explain causation and identify suitable controls.
Road Traffic Accidents
Graeme Lightbody and Paul Boulds of MPA Associate Member Hargreaves (UK) Services will help identify and share their knowledge about what can be done, in terms of people, technology and processes to help prevent road traffic accidents. The webinar will also cover key, relevant aspects of the MPA Driver’s Handbook.
For information about future programmes, please contact MPA’s Jane Blake (English Regions) or David Harding (Wales)