Make Work Safer’ – A Free Training Event to Support Young Workers’ Mental Health, Mentoring and Health & Safety At Work – Manchester 25 November 2019

Make Work Safer’ – A Free Training Event to Support Young Workers’ Mental Health, Mentoring and Health & Safety At Work – Manchester 25 November 2019:

The Hazards Campaign are organising a free to attend training event which will hear from industry professionals and trade union and health and safety experts about supporting young people at work.

The event is supported by TUC Unionlearn, LOcHER (Learning Occupational Health by Experiencing Risks), Trade Union Education, Greater Manchester Hazards Centre, Unite in Schools.

Date and Time

Monday, 25 November 2019
10:00 – 15:00

Venue Location

Manchester College
Lecture Theatre
Openshaw Campus
Ashton Old Road
Openshaw
Manchester
M11 2WH

Agenda

The event will include sessions on:

  • Young Workers’ Mental Health
  • Ensuring the health, safety and welfare of apprentices and trainees
  • Mentoring apprentices and trainees
  • LOcHER and Unite in Schools

Panel

A panel of industry experts and health and safety professionals will share their knowledge and experience. There will be resource materials for attendees to take away and use in their own workplace and organisation and an opportunity to download and use a new ‘Training Safe App’.

Registration/Tickets

To book a place use the link to Eventbrite below or email/call Janet Newsham at GM Hazards  janet@gmhazards.org.uk Tel: 0161 636 7558

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/make-work-safer-a-free-training-event-about-young-workers-tickets-77328753383

Yours sincerely

 

Dave Joyce
National Health, Safety & Environment Officer

19LTB617 Make Work Safer – A Free Training Event to Support Young Workers

 



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