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    Health and Safety News

    Event highlights health and safety legislation changes

    By Jonathan Brown on June 7, 2016

    Event highlights health and safety legislation changes

    A workshop aimed at bringing organisations up to date with changes to health and safety legislation and regulatory requirements is set to be run by the British Safety Council (BSC).

    The event will cover everything from the recent changes to sentencing guidelines to important developments in how health, safety and environmental management systems are audited.

    Aimed at both professionals and non-professionals with responsibility for managing health and safety, the half-day workshop is open to organisations operating in any sector.

    Complying with law

    Best practice in the field will be explained with the workshop also highlighting how the audit process can help show that an organisation has an effective health, safety and environmental management system in place.

    To comply with the law, the BSC says it is important firms are able to show they have processes in place to enable their operations to be self-regulated.

    Led by David Parr, BSC’s head of audit and technical services, the workshop is due to be held in Cardiff on June 16.

    Other speakers are set to include the council’s senior audit and environmental consultants as well as lawyer Chris Green, who will outline the revised sentencing guidelines for health and safety offences.

    Source: British Safety Council

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    Date Published: June 7, 2016

    Author: Jonathan Brown

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