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HSM Podcast - Episode 15
15 March 2021
EPISODE 15 of the Health & Safety Matters (HSM) podcast is now available and it features interviews with EcoOnline's consultancy manager Sarah Ingle and EMMA Safety Footwear's Iris van Wanrooij.
The HSM Podcast is sponsored by The Health & Safety Event, which now takes place on 7-9 September 2021 at NEC Birmingham.
In this episode, Mark Sennett sits down with EcoOnline's consultancy manager Sarah Ingle, who provides and overview of the main chemical legislative changes in the UK following Brexit including the affects on COSHH, Safety Data Sheets and supply chains.
Mark also chats with EMMA Safety Footwear's Iris van Wanrooij who shares how EMMA is leading the way in terms of environmental responsibility in relation to safety footwear. Iris explains EMMA's clearly defined strategy for turning waste footwear into new footwear. Mark also examines the latest news stories in the sector and these include HSE announcing a new chief inspector of buildings, a new study reveals the true impact of homeworking and how IOSH feels that tougher fines for health and safety prosecutions are having a positive impact.
There's also news on the BSIF's first ever PPE Digital Conference, which will include a digital awards ceremony to unveil the winners of the Safety & Health Excellence Awards, which will be hosted by impressionist Alistair McGowan.
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