Edinburgh Branch Programme for 2017-18

Details of our branch meetings

Meetings will be held in the Siegfried Room, Rivers Suite, Craiglockhart Campus, Edinburgh Napier University.

Afternoon meetings start at 14:00 with tea/coffee at 15:30.

Evening meetings will start at 18:00 with a buffet beforehand from 17:15.

2017

9 November at 14.00 to 16:30 – **this is an extended meeting
Mental Health: Calum Irving, See Me (Scotland)
Scotland’s Mental Health First Aid: Robert Bradford, Crummock
A State of Mind: Martin Coyd, OBE, MACE.
See the full event details.

14 December at 14:00 (buffet from 13:15)
Buffet, Quiz and Prestidigitation
See the full event details.

Safety doesn’t happen by magic: 5th Dimension

2018

11 January at 14.00
Safety cafe: topics on Traffic Management; Driver Assessment; Grey Fleet; FLT Management; by SCORSA.

** 8 February - Evening Meeting** at 18:00 (buffet from 17:15)
HSE Update: Chris Steel - HM specialist Inspector of H&S (Noise & Vibration).

8 March
10:00-12:00 CPD/IPD Workshop - see the full event details
14:00 – 15:30 Rope Rescue - Andy Kelly - SWAT International Ltd. - see the full event details

**12 April - Evening Meeting** at 18:00 (buffet from 17:15)

Legal Update: Pinsent Mason LLP.

10 May at 14.00 (buffet from 13:15)
Buffet followed AGM

IOSH Report: Graham Parker, Immediate Past President
H&S in Scotland post Brexit (Panel Debate): speakers to be announced nearer the time – watch website for details

14 June - Site Visit: Royal Yacht Britannia watch website for details.
Roger Midson Challenge Trophy: Feb 2018, Details announced in November 2017.

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