Howard Chapman, Buildingtalk Editor reviews The Health & Safety Event that begins at the NEC today with exhibitors and extensive free educational content over 3 days offering new ideas on making the workplace safer.
The building industry remains one of the most dangerous workplaces. The industry has become a much safer place to work highlighted during the Olympic 2012 construction process which was completed without any direct workplace fatalities.
The Health & Safety Event is a free to attend. Birmingham NEC – on 22nd to 24th March 2016. The event offers 200 exhibitors and extensive streams of free educational content being delivered over 3 days with new ideas on making the workplace safer including:
And don’t miss former international rugby player Rory Underwood will draw on his experience of flight safety to provide an enlightening talk on behavioural safety.
Free to attend, the national exhibition and conference offers visitors from virtually any industry and at any level the opportunity to learn about the latest developments in health and safety, seek advice from experts, network with peers and try out new innovations.
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