Who is it for?
It is aimed at anyone responsible for health and safety within their charity, community group or social enterprise.
What will you learn?
By the end of the workshop you will:
(a) Understand how to conduct a safety risk assessment.
(b) Be aware of your organisation’s safety duties, including towards staff, volunteers, and the public.
(c) Be more confident in applying best practice to health and safety management.
You will learn:
What effective safety management looks like and how you conduct a health and safety risk assessment. Using workplace examples, this workshop takes you through the practical steps needed to ensure that workplace hazards are properly assessed and evaluated; and that you are meeting your legal duties. We will also consider safety management and your safety policy; and how health and safety matters relate to homeworkers and lone workers.
About the trainer
David, from Green Pepper Consulting, has extensive experience in the health and safety field, having previously been chair of the national Further Education Safety and Health Forum which brought together employers, trades unions and the Health and Safety Executive. As well as courses on health and safety for small charities, he has provided consultancy to small charities on COVID-19 risk assessment; and written a number of safety briefings and checklists.
Places are usually limited to 2 per organisation, if you require more places please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
This workshop is free to members of CCVS and Hunts Forum. There is a cost of £40 for non members – to join CCVS check out this link
By booking on this course you agree to the CCVS cancellation policy Please note places are limited and very late cancellations and no shows will be charged.
If you have any problems please contact us on email email@example.com