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Visitors to the Health & Safety Event invited to 'Ask the Inspector'
05 April 2018
Visitors to The Health & Safety Event will have the opportunity to put their regulatory questions to an HSE inspector as part of the 'Ask the Inspector' feature taking place on the HSE stand.
An HSE inspector will be available throughout the event, which is running from 10th - 12th April at the NEC in Birmingham, to talk through any regulatory related questions that visitors might have.
Other highlights from the HSE at the event will include a focus on the Go Home Healthy campaign - the campaign team will be on hand to promote the initiative with a particular focus on the aspects of the campaign that relate to occupational lung diseases, musculoskeletal disorders and work-related stress.
The HSE will also have its very latest range of books and catalogues available and will be promoting their new range of playing cards with their Play Your Cards Right game - they may even attempt a few card tricks!
Visitors to the HSE stand will also be able to investigate the HSE's new online Stress Indicator Tool.
Anyone interested in the HSE's training & events offering will be able to find out more in the HSE's new brochure along with details about the HSE's Process Safety Management course which was co-developed with NEBOSH.
Details about the 'MSD Summit - Watch On Demand' - a packaged film of the HSE's recent MSD Summit will also be available along with the HSL's new Testing & Monitoring brochure.
As well as the key seminar from the HSE's Director of Regulation, David Snowdon on The Changing Face of Regulation, which is taking place on Wednesday the 11th April, several HSE speakers will be taking part in the Safety Dialogue sessions throughout the event.
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