10 November 2022

Macdonald Burlington Hotel, Birmingham, B2 4JQ

 

ABOUT

Safety has always been a watchword for the waste industry, whether it is protecting workers and visitors on sites or keeping collection crews safe from harm as they complete their rounds. Great strides have been made in recent years in improving the waste and resources industry’s safety record, but more can be done to bring the sector closer to becoming a zero-harm environment. 

The Health & Safety Conference will offer delegates an opportunity to hear about the latest work taking place to improve the health and safety culture within the waste and recycling sector. Topics covered will include moving forward through coronavirus pandemic and coping with COVID-19, conflict avoidance, mental health and work being done to tackle runaway vehicles.

Standard rate: £250 + VAT

Local authority: £160 + VAT

Convention
 

 PROGRAMME 

 

 

SESSION ONE

 

 

SESSION TWO

INDUSTRY UPDATE

 

 

SESSION THREE

VEHICLE & ON-SITE SAFETY

KEEPING THE WORKFORCE SAFE 

 

 

SESSION FOUR

PANEL DEBATE

SPONSORS

Headline sponsor
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For over 10 years we’ve been helping you reduce the risk of plant to pedestrian collisions and change behaviours on your sites using proximity warning systems and telematics data insights.
Sponsors
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As the UK's only integrated services and safety products business, Arco are an expert safety partner with a unique mix of specialist expertise and practical real-life industry knowledge.
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Bartec Municipal Technologies provides service management systems to organisations who share our passion for improving public services. They provide computer systems and technologies for domestic and commercial waste collection, street cleansing, grounds maintenance and other front-line public services.
For information on available 2022 sponsorship opportunities, please get in touch with
Geraldine Chiverton on 02076334500 or geraldine.c@letsrecycle.com
 
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