Updated HSE and Modern Slavery Act guidelines explained

  • 20 Nov 2016

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Altius VA is inviting construction managers to a free seminar on how to minimise contractor and sub contractor risk, in light of an update to health and safety and modern slavery laws.

To be held on Wednesday 30th November 2016 at Howes Percival LLP in Leicester, the event feature a keynote speech from industry expert Peter Hall, technical director of the International Institute of Risk and Safety Management (IIRSM), who will advise on leadership in contractor risk management.

Delegates will be briefed by Howes Percival solicitors Alan Miliband and Clare Leverton on the latest health and safety laws, including the introduction new sentencing guidelines, and will explain business requirements under the new Modern Slavery Act.

The seminar will also cover how to build a fully compliant supply chain using modern software systems for contractor and sub contractor assessment and accreditation, as well as how to meet health and safety duties relating to the use of personal protective equipment (PPE).

To book a place at the ‘Updated HSE and Modern Slavery Act guidelines explained’ seminar, contact Altius on 01332 960320 or email

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