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Common sense in health and safety

28 March 2012

The Lofstedt Review's proposals for change will have a major impact in how health and safety is implemented and managed going forward, and a conference in April will address such issues

'Health & Safety Reform 2012: Reducing the Burden of Red Tape' will be held on 26th April 2012 at The Barbican, London. Confirmed Speakers Include: Gerard Forlin QC (Health and Safety Lawyers Association Committee); Judith Hackitt CBE (Chair, Health and Safety Executive); Stephen Williams (Director for Operation Strategy and the 2012 Games, Health and Safety Executive); and Dr Luise Vassie (Executive Director of Policy, The Institution of Occupational Safety and Health).

At Health and Safety Reform: reducing the burden of red tape, delegates will learn of impending changes and progress following the recommendations of the Lord Young and Löfstedt Reviews, gaining a better understanding on how to deliver improved health and safety systems in practice. The programme of speakers and experts will discuss how these changes will affect the workplace and offer greater clarity on how to manage the bureaucratic burdens smartly and effectively.







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