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Industry Awareness

help from the industry, for the industry


The Working Well Together campaign usually run about 60-65 events across England, Scotland and Wales every year. Most of the events are free to attend and we usually feed you too!

See the list below to see what’s happening in your area. For more information for each event, click on the link to download the programme and booking form. Bookmark this page as we are adding new events all the time.

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  • 27 September 2017 Places Available

    FREE Health and Safety Event - 27 September 2017 - Trinity Park Ipswich

    There have been big improvements over recent years in reducing the number and rate of injuries to construction workers. Despite this, construction remains a high-risk injury and accounts for a high percentage of fatal and major injuries. What is less recognised is that construction is a high-risk industry for health issues too. The aim of this event is to give practical, hands-on advice on the following topics: 1) Asbestos awareness 2) Manual 3) Mental Health. 4) Work at height 5) Fire safety during Construction 6) Dust 7) Occupational

    FREE Health and Safety Event 27 Sept 2017 Trinity Park ipswich [523.22KB]

  • 28 September 2017 Places Available

    Occupational Health in Construction

    Army Reserve Centre, 30 Pelham Drive, Bootle, L30 4XN

    Every year more working days are lost due to work related illness compared to injuries. Statistics reveal that construction workers have a high risk of developing diseases from a number of health issues. These can be devastating for individuals and families. This half day event will provide up to date information on preventing some of the occupational diseases in the construction industry. It will highlight these and explain what the risks are and how to prevent them. Topics include : HAVs, Construction Dust, Noise, asbestos. BOOK NOW! Download the Event Flyer for full information and details on how to secure your place or, alternatively click here to book: 


    Occ Health SHAD Bootle 28.09.2017 [1.05MB]