I received this notice today from the Federation of Small Business about a free course on Wednesday 29th September 2010 from 9.45am to 12.45pm for people who work above ground level. The Health & Safety Executive is generally regarded as a pain after an accident as they try to work out what went wrong, but here is a chance to get advice before a tradegy and hopefully learn how to avoid one completely. We don’t often get such relevant, detailed courses in this area so if working above ground applies to you it could well be in your interest to attend.
FREE Working at Height Safety & Health Awareness Day, OMS, Dromintree Road, Bardon Hill, Coalville, Leicestershire. LE67 1TX
Working at height operations continue to be the single biggest cause of deaths and serious injury in the workplace. As part or our ongoing drive to improve standards and reduce the number of injuries to roof workers and the public, the Health and Safety Executive and Working Well Together are holding this FREE seminar for local roofing contractors in the Midlands.
If you are a small building, construction or contracting company, or if you are self employed and have involvement with roofworks, then this free event is a must.
For further information, please contact Nicola Smy (HSE) on 01604 738376 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.