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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Supporting your staff | Part 2: Spotting the Signs of Poor Mental 
 

March 16, 11:00 GMT

1 in 4 of us will suffer from a mental health illness at some point in our lives. If it's not you suffering, it could be your colleague. Jessica Agudelo, Trainer and Instructor for Mental Health First Aid will talk us through some of the main physical and emotional symptoms we should be looking out for.

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Supporting your staff | Part 3: Handling Bereavement 
 

March 30, 11:00 GMT

Grief comes in many different forms with no particular timescale. With every individual experiencing loss differently, the return to work can be challenging not only for them, but also their colleagues. This webinar will cover many different angles to help you to develop a deeper understanding of the best support you can offer through these difficult times.

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Long COVID | Part 1: Clinical Perspective
 

April 13, 11:00 GMT

For a significant proportion of people, COVID-19 is turning out to be a long-term illness – a condition that has become known as “Long COVID.”  Long COVID is affecting millions of patients worldwide for weeks and even months after the initial infection is thought to subside. This week we will be hearing a clinical perspective on Long COVID, and you will have the chance to pose any questions you have on this emerging, unforeseen health condition.

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Long COVID | Part 2: A HR Perspective and the new CIPD Resource
 

April 27, 11:00 GMT

After the extraordinary stresses – both physical and psychological – of suffering Long COVID, it can be tough to get back to work. You do not need to be an expert in Long COVID or have all the answers, but it is important that you are there to support the returning worker, listen to their concerns and act where you can. This week we will be joined by Jo Yarker from CIPD, who will provide you with research and practical steps that you can take to support staff who are returning to work with Long COVID.


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