employment law

OH Employment Law Study Day

Apr 2018
Featured, Occupational Health, Training

On Friday 27th January 2017, we will be hosting an Introduction to Health and Safety & Employment Law Study Day, presented by Paul Hinckley.

The Employment Law course is designed for Occupational Health Physicians, Nurses, Advisors and Technicians as well as HR and Health and Safety professionals and will cover the following topics:

An Introduction To Employment Law

  • Basics of the law
  • The Health & Safety at Work etc Act 1974
  • The Management Regulations 1999
  • The difference between legislation and guidance: absolute requirements and ACOPs

Health & Safety

  • Policy
  • Accountability
  • Risk assessment made easy
  • The hierarchy of control
  • Role of the HSE
  • HSG 65
  • Health and Safety law examples

Employment Law

    • Recap HASAWA and Management Regs
    • Health surveillance
    • The “Six Pack”
    • New and expectant mothers
    • Vento payments
    • The Equality Act 2010: A Practical Guide
    • Disability discrimination
    • Direct and indirect discrimination
    • Practical tips
    • Report writing
    • A landmark in law: The Corporate Manslaughter and Corporate Homicide Act 2007
    • Employment law case examples

Each topic will be covered in detail, for more information see our Study Day Flyer

About The Day

Speaker: Paul Hinckley, Occupational Health Advisor & Consultant
Date: Friday 27th January 2017
Time:: 09:00 – 16:00
Location: ALSTOM, Floor 12, Quayside Tower, 252-260 Broad Street, Birmingham, B1 2HF. Underground parking is available at the venue.
Price: £160 + vat (£192) per delegate. Price includes lunch and refreshments.

Booking Your Place

Limited places are available for this study day. To book your place, please complete the booking form from the Employment Law Study Day Flyer and return to studydays@kaysmedical.com or post to Louise Morris, Kays Medical, 3-7 Shaw Street, Liverpool. L6 1HH.

For more information call 0843 504 7886

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