- Time: 10.30 - 11.30
The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has presented a number of serious challenges for the workplace. In response to the popularity of our recent health and safety webinar and the ever-changing nature of these issues, the next in our series of COVID-Conversation webinars returns to the subject of health and safety.
As the UK prepares for the lockdown to be lifted and businesses to reopen, we look at how workplaces need to adapt and assess the impact on how we work across multiple sectors. Drawing on their collective experience, our panellists will look at ongoing areas of concern. They will debate solutions from policy and regulatory perspectives, as well as sharing insights on current issues and offering practical recommendations and guidance on prevention measures for all workplaces.
Our panel includes: Tim Everett, doctoral researcher and trainer in environmental law, who can call on a wealth of experience as a board member for various health agencies and national adviser to the Cabinet Office; and Jonathan Hayes, risk management director at Moto, the motorway service station operator and member of CIEH's Board of Trustees.
Taking place on 21 May, this webinar will be facilitated by professionals and expert panellists.
What's in it for you?
As the COVID-19 coronavirus global emergency continues we are facilitating bringing together the environmental health community to discuss how they are responding to this crisis. In these unprecedented times it’s more important than ever for CIEH to facilitate these discussions. The webinars will be a call to arms for the profession as well as updating colleagues on the hottest topics.
Who should attend?
Any environmental and public health professionals.
What you need to know
This free webinar is open to all environmental health and public health professionals, not just CIEH members. However, if you want to attend, you must register online to confirm your attendance. Once registered, you will be sent an email with joining instructions.
The webinar is limited to 1,000 attendees and registering guarantees you a place on the webinar. Once we reach 1,000 registrations no more will be accepted. All our webinars will be available for access post-broadcast so that they can be watched again or at a more convenient time if you are unable to attend.
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