Cirrus Research is attending the Health & Safety Matters Live Digital Conference This October

Cirrus Research is pleased to announce that we will be attending this year’s Health & Safety Matters Live Digital Conference as a platinum sponsor, starting on 13 October 2021. 

The HSM Live Digital Conference is free to attend for all those working in the health and safety industry, and promises unrivalled access to a line-up of leading figures discussing the latest topics, trends and issues in this sector, including our very own noise expert, Craig Storey, who will be delivering a talk entitled: worker noise exposure – what tools are available for accurate worker measurement? 
All attendees will have free access to the six-hour conference programme and receive CPD points for their attendance. They will also be able to network with each other, speakers and sponsors on the day via live chat or requesting a video call. There’s full flexibility with the HSM Live Digital Conference: attendees can just turn up for the session(s) that they are most interested in.

Check out the full agenda for the conference below:

9.05Ensuring your PPE performs to claims and complies with applicable regulation
Alan Murray, CEO, British Safety Industry Federation
10.00How to engage senior management in your safety software project
10.30HAVS Exposure – Better to be approximately right than exactly wrong
Jacqui McLaughlin, Reactec
11.30Worker noise exposure – what tools are available for accurate worker measurement?
Craig Storey, Business Development Manager, Cirrus Research
12.00The importance of choosing suitable and compliant safety footwear
Darren Bowman, Safety Footwear Specialist, Deltaplus Group
12.30Is it time to stop managing history?
Juilan Taylor, SHE Software
13.00Health protection in a post-Brexit world
Kevin Bampton, CEO, British Occupational Hygiene Society (BOHS)
13.30How to create a suitable and compliant evacuation policy
Nick Cox and Adam Walton (Safety Chair)
14.30Human capital and sustainability: reconnecting with sustainability
Louise Hosking, President-Elect, IOSH
15.00Being well together, a strategic approach to wellbeing
Jigna Patel, Managing Director Wellbeing and Membership Services, British Safety Council
15.30Protect workers from the risks of musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs)
Matt Birtles, Health and Safety Executive
16.00Good practice and pitfalls in assessing risk
Matt Powell-Howard, NEBOSH
16.30Facing Aggression in the Workplace
Nicole Vazquez, Lone Worker Live

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