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Events

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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  • 11 July 2017 Places Available

    FREE Scaffolding and Working at Height Event

     

    Scaffolding and Working at Height Event on the morning of 11th July 2017

    Venue: Broad Street Rugby Football Club, The Ivor Preece Centre, 105 Rugby Road, Binley Woods, Coventry, CV3 2AY

     

     

    This is one of a series of free partnership half day events run by the industry for the industry, as part of the UK-wide Working Well Together (WWT) campaign.

     
    The event aims to demonstrate the common health and safety issues in scaffolding and working at height, with an opening address from the Health and Safety Executive. Practical demonstrations will be given showing innovation and good practice. You will be given the chance to talk to experts and equipment / solution providers in addition to giving you a chance to network and share problems and solution with others.
     
    So whether you are a small building, construction or contracting company, or if you are self-employed, this event is a must for you . . .  and as if that isn’t enough to get you to attend, you will also be provided with a free breakfast butty!
     
    Download the booking form below for full program details and book today as places are limited.  
     
    Send your completed booking form to philip.shrive@hse.gov.uk  or contact Philip on 0203 028 1680 for any queries.

    Scaffolding and Working at Height Booking Form 11th July 2017 [862.05KB]