CWU Conference 2017 – Health & Safety Fringe Meeting Monday 24th April 2017 – “Better (Health, Safety and Environment) Regulation – Better For Who?” – Guest Speaker Professor Steve Tombs 

CWU Conference 2017 – Health & Safety Fringe Meeting Monday 24th April 2017 – “Better (Health, Safety and Environment) Regulation – Better For Who?” – Guest Speaker Professor Steve Tombs 

 
 
See attached flyer for the 2017 CWU Annual Conference Health and Safety Fringe Meeting and also attached biography of our guest speaker Professor Steve Tombs of the Open University.
Author of the ground-breaking research publication “Better Regulation-Better For Who” Steve revealed some shocking facts and findings:-
29,000 UK annual deaths from airborne pollution.

1 million annual foodborne illnesses resulting in 20,000 hospital admissions and 500 deaths.

50,000 deaths a year from work related injuries and health problems.

 
His publication breaks the silence, reflecting the Centre For Crime and Justice Studies commitment to informing public understanding of the role and limitations of criminal justice processes, the impact of deregulation, lack of enforcement, enforcement cuts at the HSE and LAs, the impact of outsourcing and privatisation and offers ideas on how the problems may be reduced and best regulated.
Between 100 – 150 delegates attend the popular H&S Fringe Meeting at CWU Conference every year – please join us today at lunch time – all welcome.
 
Yours sincerely
 
Dave Joyce
National Health, Safety & Environment Officer
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CWU Conference 2017 – Health & Safety Fringe Meeting Monday 24th April 2017 – “Better (Health, Safety and Environment) Regulation – Better For Who?” – Guest Speaker Professor Steve Tombs

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