Location and booking information
Where and When
16/04/2020 : 8:00 am - 9:00 am on Zoom.
Tell Us You're Coming
Online bookings are now closed for this event. Please email email@example.com to let us know if you're coming, and pay on the day £12.
This morning we have a presentation by Andy Rhoades.
A light hearted look at the health and safety responsibilities of business owners and individuals. Giving you an overview of how to keep your employees safe and your business legally compliant.
Whilst also asking the question – how safe is your home? You are 40 times more likely to have a health and safety related accident at home than at work.
Who will benefit from attending?
Everyone, especially business owners
What will attendees learn?
An overview of how to keep your business safer and legally compliant. The most common causes of injury at work and home. Several tips on how to avoid injury / accidents at home.
What qualifies you to deliver the presentation?
I am a NEBSOH qualified safety professional and founder of ABR Safety Ltd, a consultancy supporting small, medium and large businesses with their health and safety compliance and training needs.
Plus, of course, we’ll have round table intros (30-60 seconds – we ask that you don’t overrun), breakfast and networking.
The meeting closes at 9-00 but informal networking continues well beyond that time.
Come along and join us – you will be most welcome.
Business Village is a great way to network and to develop your business and your personal skill. Come along and try us out.
Although free, we do ask that you register and that you do attend, as we are limiting this first event to 20 places on a first-come first-served basis. Although these places are valuable, please resist the temptation to bulk buy.
Once you have booked, we’ll send you some joining instructions the day before the event. You will need to download the Zoom client to your computer in order to participate. Existing Zoom users, please ensure that you have the latest version of Zoom installed, just to avoid problems.