The National Association of Steel Service Centres (NASS) in conjunction with the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) and Wolverhampton City Council are hosting our annual Safety and Health Awareness Day (SHAD) aimed at tackling common health and safety issues in the Steel Service Centre and Stockholding Industry.
Wednesday 29th June 2015, 09.30 – 15.00
Tata Steel Training Centre,Steelpark, Steelpark Way, Wednesfield, WV11 3SQ
The HSE will be presenting on the subject of Heavy Lifting and explaining legal requirements, planning, examination and competence when using overhead cranes to handle steel stock as well as what to expect from a HSE inspection. The HSE will also be exploring eliminating risks involved Metal Working Fluids and what Inspectors will be looking for when with working with hazardous substances.
The EMF Comp Limited will focus on changes to risk assessments bought about by the Electro Magnetic Fields Directive due to come into force in October 2016 and what this means for Steel Manufacturing. Securus Health and Safety Limited will be conducting a practical session for Practitioners with emphasis on coaching others and collaboration with managers to support them in exercising their responsibilities. NASS will then be exploring whether we are oblivious to unsafe working procedures and looking at potential consequences
The Seminar will round up with a Question and Answer session with a panel comprised of representatives from the HSE, Metals Forum and the NASS Health and Safety Committee.
Please advise overleaf if you would like a question to be put to the panel.
The fee for this event is £60 for NASS Members and £70 for non NASS Members
For more information or to book a place, please fill in the Booking Form or contact email@example.com ( 0121 200 22 88)