HR are often required to take responsibility for a wide range of H&S matters. Are you fully up to date with the latest best practice for the areas you're responsible for?
It is often the case that HR pick up some of the responsibility for health and safety within a business.
In many businesses there simply aren’t the resources to have specialist teams for matters like H&S. Even in organisations with H&S support, HR are often required to take responsibility for a wide range of H&S matters from an employee relations perspective. But, without knowledge and training, how can HR and other non-specialist H&S people ensure they minimise the risks to themselves, the employees and the organisation?
This course has been designed to give the HR professional the essential information they need to understand what is required of them. It will provide practical guidance on what their organisation needs in place, and give them the knowledge and confidence to handle H&S scenarios.
This training course is part of our collection of Facilities Management Training Courses which offer a wide range of topics to help assist you in navigating potential risks in relation to fire safety, industrial accidents and all the vital aspects of facilities and property management.
The speaker, an HR specialist, providing companies with training and support particularly in areas linked to safety investigations, will use case studies and real-world examples to help bring the subject to life, ensuring delegates gain a full understanding of this important area.
This webinar has been specifically designed for all HR professionals with health and safety responsibilities.
The topics included will also be of relevance to others that have H&S responsibilities within their business.
Kate Marston is a former Detective Sergeant from the Metropolitan Police who served on the Specialist Crime Directorate specialising in investigating firearms offences. On leaving the Metropolitan Police she led the international investigations function of a FTSE 100 luxury fashion brand. Kate founded Mast People Support in 2020 which offers investigations, HR and ethics support to organisations.
Kate is CIPD accredited and is in a fairly unique position when it comes to the support she can offer to organisations. She has a broad wealth of experience in law enforcement, retail, manufacturing, supply chain and corporate environments. This helps her provide HR support specifically in areas linked to investigations, grievances and disciplinaries. Kate is an accredited member of HR Independents; and is on the Advisory Panel of the Association of Corporate Investigators providing subject matter expertise on HR investigations and training.
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