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Health and safety webinars

Health and safety webinars

Join us for a packed schedule of online knowledge sharing webinars

How to register for our health and safety webinars?

If you’re a RoSPA Member then these health and safety webinars are free of charge. You will be sent your personal invitation via email – 48 hours before the webinar is set to take place – to reserve your free place.

If you’re not already a RoSPA Member, we urge you to join today so you don’t miss out and gain exclusive access to all future webinars, plus so much more. Alternatively, a place at each webinar can be purchased via our online shop.

What are the health and safety webinars?

Our health and safety webinars are ideal for keeping you up to date on a range of the latest health and safety topics. Every couple of weeks, we will be hosting sessions that bring together speakers from organisations across the world, to share their opinions and experiences.

Why should you attend the health and safety webinars?

An estimated 2.3million people around the world die from work-related accidents or diseases every year – that’s more than 6,000 deaths every single day. Worldwide, in total there are around 340million occupational accidents and 160million victims of work-related illnesses annually. Work-related and new cases of ill health cost the UK £15billion annually.

The RoSPA webinars are an opportunity to listen, learn, share best practice, and ask your questions on a variety of different health and safety topics. It’s a way to stay connected and engage with fellow professionals to help you keep your employees safe.

How to register for our health and safety webinars?

If you’re a RoSPA Member then these health and safety webinars are free of charge. You will be sent your personal invitation via email – 48 hours before the webinar is set to take place – to reserve your free place.

If you’re not already a RoSPA Member, we urge you to join today so you don’t miss out and gain exclusive access to all future webinars, plus so much more. Alternatively, a place at each webinar can be purchased via our online shop.

Upcoming health and safety webinars

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The Importance of Empathy in OSH: Leading Safely for Women

Wednesday 28 September 11:00 BST

Empathy is the ability to recognise someone else’s thoughts, feelings and emotions and understand their point of view. When people feel their thoughts and emotions are accepted and validated, it builds trust. Especially for those in a leadership role, building trust among the people you work with every day is one of the most valuable skills you can have. This week we will hear from both sides of the Leading Safely for Women programme; both mentee’s and mentor’s, as they share why empathy is so important both within the programme between each other, but how it is also important they use this on a wider scale within their workplaces.


 

MSK Aware: Key Actions for Employers and Workers

Wednesday 12 October 11:00 BST

Musculosketal health is important so you can do the things you want to do at work and at home. MSK health is everyone’s responsibility. Everyone has a right to a safe and healthy workplace. This week we are joined by Professor Anthony Woolf (Chair of the Arthritis and Musculosketal Alliance) who is involved in various initiatives to raise awareness of the impact of Musculosketal conditions and priority for education, prevention, treatment and research at a National, European and Global Level. Anthony will be sharing vital information on how to protect, promote and support Musculosketal health in the workplace.

Safe and Healthy Drivers: Obstructive Sleep Apnoea

Wednesday 9 November 11:00 BST

Obstructive Sleep Apnoea is a sleep disorder which affects around one in eight people. Prevalence of the condition is rising, and, in some countries, it is known to exceed 50% of the adult population, driven by the growing incidence of obesity - a major risk factor for OSA. Worryingly OSA often goes undiagnosed.
The Association of British Insurers has suggested that driving with untreated OSA may invalidate your car insurance as it is a significant risk factor that increases the chances of having a road traffic accident.
This week we are joined by representatives from the Sleep Apnoea Trust, and Firmley Hospital, to discuss the symptoms, diagnosis, treatment options and implications of untreated OSA.


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