10:00 – 14:00, Tuesday 1st March 2005
Plans for our seminar at the Royal Air Force Club in Piccadilly, London on the 1st of March are progressing well. This is an impressive venue, usually limited to club members only, which includes an interesting collection of military artifacts and paintings and recently refurbished ‘public’ rooms. We are hoping to provide a short guided tour in the early afternoon for those who are interested in having a look round.
The agenda, Managing Change in Health & Safety Practice, addresses issues for anyone concerned with compliance to Health & Safety Law. In particular, we will be addressing the CDM Regulations, the Asbestos Management (CAW 2002) Regulations, Risk Assessment and the new working at height regulations. We will be supported by our new business partners David Carr, Managing Director of Callsafe Services and James Steggles, Managing Director of Flint Environmental Services with presentations about the progress and implementation of current health & safety legislation.
This is a subsidised event to celebrate out 10th anniversary as software providers for health & safety and we are hoping that you and your colleagues will take the opportunity to join us. The cost for ToolKit™ customers is £65 plus VAT with further discounts for groups booking 10 people (£450 plus VAT). The cost for non customers is £95 plus VAT. The seminar fee includes refreshments and buffet lunch.
CPD certificates will be issued after the event for those who request them. Payments must be made in advance of the event. Credit or Debit Card payments are accepted by phone. Cancellations cannot be accepted after 21 February 2005.
To book a place for this event, please call 01525 850080 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Stephen Wright, HSE Head of Construction Policy - Legislation has recently updated us about the proposed changes to the CDM Regulations. We have the latest news on our website plus Stephen’s slides from a recent seminar he gave to IOSH members.
A key benefit for our CDM customers is that we are in alignment with the latest events on the revised CDM regulations and that when new legislation comes into operation our software will be adapted accordingly. Customers will remember that when the last CDM ACOP was issued we had the changes in our knowledge base even before the new ACOP booklet was available.
The Health and Safety at Work (hsw) magazine has included a full page article on our ToolKit CS™ Asbestos software in their February 2005 edition. Readers are encouraged to review this excellent article by Bridget Leathley. We hope to have a copy of it on our web site in due course.