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The Working Well Together groups usually run more than 60 events across England, Scotland and Wales every year. Most of the events are free to attend and we usually feed you too!  So come along, meet and speak with industry experts and don't forget to pick up a WWT SHAD Pack on your way out!!






See the list below to see what’s happening in your area. For each event, click on the link to download the programme and booking form. With more than 60 events each year (1 a week), there is always something being planned and we are constantly uploading new events to this page so, bookmark this page and check back regularly.


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  • Wednesday, October 3, 2018 Places Available

    FREE Health and Safety Event

    Trinity Park, Felixstowe Road, Ipswich. IP3 8UH


    This FREE half day event by the Anglia Working Well Together (WWT) group will provide attendees with practical up-to-date information, help and advice to help them take appropriate measures to protect their own and their employees’ health and safety .


    Jason Anker; who became paralyzed from the waist following an avoidable incident on a construction site; will be at the event to speak about the impact of workplace accidents on all involved ( the worker, family and friends).The event will feature exhibitions and demonstrations of the latest equipment as well as sessions and presentations on the following:

    ·       Work at Height – selection and use of Mobile Elevating Working Platforms (MEWPs).

    ·       Hand Arm Vibration Syndrome (HAVS) – minimizing exposure to hand and arm vibrations when selecting/using hand held tools and machinery.

    ·       Dusts – controlling exposures to construction dusts as prolonged and regular exposure to construction dusts can cause life-changing lung diseases.

    ·       Fire prevention – why accidents happen with Industrial gases and what should be done regarding the safe use, handing & storage of gases and associated equipment.

    ·       Mental Health - mental health (work-related stress, depression or anxiety) now accounts for the most commonly reported work-related illness. Learn more about managing mental health issues and the support available to help with this.


    If you are a self-employed builder or run a small building company this free event is a great opportunity to network with industry experts and equipment manufacturers and also to get up to date, practical advice on managing health and safety issues in construction.


    Book now!


    WWT Anglia SHAD Flyer Oct 2018 [944.73KB]

  • Tuesday, October 30, 2018 Places Available

    FREE Mobile Plant and Lifting in Construction Event

    WestPoint, Clyst St Mary, Exeter. EX5 1DJ 

    The construction industry has made great progress in tackling risk and reducing injury rates over recent years but there are still significant opportunities to help make our high-hazard industry safer and further drive down the rates of accidents and ill health linked to construction work.


    This FREE half day event by the South West Working Well Together (WWT) group will provide self-employed builders and construction companies with practical up-to-date information, help and advice in the following topics/areas;

    ·       Lifting with Excavators (Duties and Responsibilities).

    ·       Contract Lift versus Hire.

    ·       Manual Handling.

    ·       Daily Maintenance Checks.

    ·       LOLER Thorough Examination.

    ·       Occupational Health (Your Health).

    ·       Mental Health (A case study).


    The event will feature talks and demonstrations the opportunities to put questions to those within the industry as well as an HSE inspector. The practical and up to date information given on the day will help you take action to protect both your and your employees’ health, safety and wellbeing.


    Whether you are a self-employed jobbing builder or run a small building company this free event is a must.


    There is likely to be a highly popular event with limited spaces available so BOOK NOW!


    To book go to


    For other booking methods, see the attached event flyer.


    Mobile Plant Event - Clyst St Mary - Oct 30 2018 [637.65KB]

  • Wednesday, October 31, 2018 Places Available

    'Corporate Manslaughter' Mock Trial

    Grand Hotel Gosforth Park, Newcastle NE3 5HN
    You are invited to participate in this innovative and engaging event, where you will witness a practical example of a trial in action. The outcome of the trial is dependent on your views.


    This trial is loosely based on the Lion Steel corporate manslaughter prosecution. Following the death of an employee following a fall from height, Lion Steel was prosecuted for corporate manslaughter and three of its directors for gross negligence manslaughter. All were prosecuted for health and safety breaches.


    The event focuses not just on failings by the Management, but inadequate risk assessments and health and safety management in the organisation. The trial demonstrates how individuals’ failings can be “totted up” in order to mount a corporate manslaughter charge.


    The mock trial takes approximately 3.5 hours to run and you will sit as a “member of the jury”. At the end of the session, delegates will understand both the law on corporate manslaughter and their personal responsibility under section 7 Health and Safety at Work Act 1974. They will understand how a number of apparent minor oversights by individuals can lead to (1) a tragic incident and (2) individuals becoming criminally liable.


    The event also includes a detailed analysis of the guidance on the sentencing of corporate manslaughter and health and safety offences.


    Cost: £20.00 + Vat per head non CECA members

    £15.00 + Vat per head CECA members


    BOOK NOW! Places are limited and will be offered on a first-come, first-served basis.

    Mock Trial 2018 Booking Form and Programme [376.1KB]