Safety & Health Expo 2018

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The UK’s leading global health and safety event, the Safety & Health Expo, returns to the ExCel in London from 19-21 June

Visitors to the Expo will be able to source a range of industry-leading behavioural safety, risk management, training and occupational health products and services – Environmental Essentials, an asbestos consultancy and management company included.

The event provides an excellent opportunity for existing clients to meet members of Environmental Essentials team and for those interested in its UKAS-accredited asbestos services and eLearning and classroom-based training to find out more. For anyone who would like to attend, it is still possible to register via the event website.

Following the recent news of Environmental Essentials two golds at the RoSPA Health and Safety Awards, this comes at an exciting time for the company, which is currently recruiting for qualified asbestos surveyors and analysts across the UK.

Richard Powner, Director at Environmental Essentials said: “We are delighted to be exhibiting alongside some of the biggest names in health and safety at ExCel.

“The team are very much looking forward to meeting delegates and exploring how we can work together to ensure they are safe and compliant.”

Find the Environmental Essentials team on Stand R370 to discuss your organisations’ requirements with an award-winning consultancy, management and training provider.

Safety & Health Expo brings together over 13,800 visitors with 300 exhibitors to experience the latest products and expertise in the health and safety industry. With the newest workwear, behavioural safety programmes, safety harnesses, PPE, occupational health products, eLearning, training solutions and more, visitors are able to source the perfect health and safety solutions for their business.

Professional discussion at the Expo includes:

  • Discover how drones, virtual reality and other technology will rapidly influence health and safety risk reduction strategies
  • Hear about sentencing guidelines and prosecution of individuals, including gross negligence for manslaughter, sentencing changes for individuals and disqualification of directors
  • Attend several sessions on ISO 45001, including a review of the processes involved in migrating from an OHSAS 18001 management system in the Operational Excellence Theatre.

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