Businesses invited to Health and Safety event to learn how they can save money

Businesses invited to Health and Safety event to learn how they can save money
Posted 03rd April 2019

As part of the Black Country Business Festival, Libben Health and Safety are inviting aspiring business owners and managers to attend its FREE event on Thursday 16th May, which aims to help delegates understand how they can effectively enhance health and safety within their organisation.

The event, entitled ‘Has Health and Safety Gone Mad?’, will take place at Walsall College’s Business and Sports Hub from 2pm to 4pm.

Hosted by Libben’s Managing Director Kevin Edwards -  a Chartered Member of the Institute of Occupational Safety and Health - the event will cover the responsibilities of an organisation with regards to Health and Safety management, legal requirements and ways to improve Health and Safety within any industry.

Kevin Edwards said: “We’re delighted to run this event, which is organised to be fun and interactive for business owners, managers and directors from any business size or sector.

It is key to get the balance right between making money with great productivity and not losing money due to downtime, legislative problems or civil claims.” The event aims to highlight how maintaining Health and Safety can help businesses save money and run their operations smoothly.

To book your place on Libben’s ‘Has Health and Safety Gone Mad’ event on Thursday16th May from 2pm – 4pm, please register here


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