Health and safety on the agenda at forum
Written by RADio Admin on March 6, 2020
Article Published on Friday March 6, 2020 10:46 AM by RADio Admin
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Health, safety and wellbeing in the workplace will be the topic of a forum being held in Daventry this month.
Businesses are invited to join the Daventry Health and Safety Forum at Cummins Power Systems, Royal Oak Way South, Daventry, on Tuesday 31 March.
The event, organised by Health and Safety Inspectors from Daventry District Council, runs from 9am to 1pm and will feature presentations on health and safety standards and culture and diversity at work.
There will be information and advice about workplace wellbeing with a focus on musculoskeletal disorders, as well as the opportunity to network and share best practice with other local businesses.
Lunch will be provided along with an optional tour of the Cummins site.
The event is the latest in a series of successful forums run by DDC for more than ten years.
The forum is open to all directors, managers and staff from businesses in Daventry who have an interest in or a responsibility for health and safety.
Councillor Daniel Cribbin, Housing and Environmental Health Portfolio Holder at Daventry District Council, said: “The Council works in partnership with local businesses to try to ensure the workplace is a safe environment for employees and visitors and to prevent accidents happening where possible.
“The aim of the forum is to provide a useful learning tool for local organisations and an opportunity to get together and share examples of best practice. The forum we held in 2018 was a big success, so we’re hoping to build on that with this event.
“I would urge businesses to come along on March 31 so we can join together to ensure there is a high standard of health and safety in workplaces across Daventry District.”
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