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    Taking a holistic approach to workplace safety

    June 16, 2017
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    Taking a holistic approach to workplace safety

    Four 3M Safety Network Live events to be held in Manchester, Dublin, Glasgow and Bracknell will cover topics ranging from the science of safety to mental wellbeing.

    Taking a holistic approach to workplace safety

    Four 3M Safety Network Live events to be held in Manchester, Dublin, Glasgow and Bracknell will cover topics ranging from the science of safety to mental wellbeing.

    Taking a holistic approach to workplace safety

    Four 3M Safety Network Live events to be held in Manchester, Dublin, Glasgow and Bracknell will cover topics ranging from the science of safety to mental wellbeing.

    • Following the success of previous Safety Network Live events, 3M is delighted to host four free one-day seminars at Old Trafford football stadium in Manchester on 27 June; the Aviva Stadium in Dublin on 14 September; Celtic Park football stadium in Glasgow on 28 September and 3M’s head office in Bracknell, Berkshire, on 5 October.

      The events are aimed at health and safety professionals and will include sessions on how to win over your audience, led by communication specialist from Body Talk Marcus Webb, and improving mental health at work and managing stress with tips from chartered psychologist David Fox.

      Rob Brill, technical manager for 3M’s Personal Safety Division, will also host a session explaining how his team’s approach to the Science of Safety - covering selection, training and fit of personal protective equipment - can help improve compliance.

      In addition, there will be demonstrations of 3M’s Fall Protection and Confined Space Access solutions and a session showing how 3M’s advanced abrasive tools can help reduce hand-arm vibration.

      Finally, visitors will be invited to attend an interactive workplace safety workshop where actors will play out a dramatic scenario to show how the behaviour of individuals and the demands of work can lead to injuries and explore effective strategies for creating a safety-first culture.

      Said senior marketing executive for Personal Safety, Steve Crouchley: “We have a packed agenda for the seminars and are looking forward to welcoming health and safety professionals to these free events and exploring ways that we can work together to improve safety at work.”



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