If you manage health, safety, climate or environment issues, you need to be up-to-date with what's changed and stay ahead of the game on proposals in the pipeline. This event brings together EEF’s policy team, our consultants and trainers alongside Health, Safety and Environment legal experts to give you an in-depth update on the current and future challenges and opportunities in the profession.
You can choose to attend the full day, just the morning session or just the afternoon session.
Who should attend?
Health, safety and environmental co-ordinators, managers and directors and those responsible for these areas within their business.
Latest Health & Safety Civil Law Cases and Prosecutions , Gary Lewis, Senior Associate, Squire Sanders
H&S Policy & Legal Update, Terry Woolmer, Head of Health & Safety Policy, EEF
HSCE Triennial Review – what next?
Deregulation Bill – Health and Safety changes
HSCE’s EU function - review
H&S regulatory changes
HSCE ACOPs – principal changes
Seveso Directive & COMAH regulations – future changes
Fee for intervention – what next?
Lofstedt – progress
H&S - balance of competences between EU & UK
Heath and Work Service - latest
Consolidation of the DSEAR Approved Codes of Practice, Chris Newson, HSCE, EEF
Environmental Policy & Legal Updates Susanne Baker, Senior Climate & Environment, Policy Adviser, EEF
Carbon targets: the current picture for the UK and Europe
Update on the Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme
CRC – beginning of phase II
CCA – next steps
GHG mandatory reporting – regulations now in force
Implications from the Budget
Edoc, waste carriers and forthcoming review of Duty of Care
Industrial Emissions Directive – update
Defra’s Smarter Guidance/Data initiative – where are we at?
EA hazardous waste classification guidance (WM2)
Water abstraction reform
Glass packaging recycling condoc
Horizon scanning - a forward look
Latest Environmental Civil Law Cases & Prosecutions, Anita Lloyd, Senior Associate, Squire Sanders
Benchmarking your organisation against the ‘sustainable development maturity matrix’ in ‘BS 8900 Managing Sustainable Development of Organisations’, Robin Bloodworth, HSCE, EEF