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Fatigue Risk Management in Practice Seminar - MANCHESTER

HSL is to run a 1 Day course on Fatigue Risk Management in Practice Seminar - MANCHESTER.

ETC Venues - Manchester
11 Portland Street
Manchester
M1 3HU

Please email your expression of interest
  • Do you understand how shift work can impact on worker fatigue, health, safety and performance?
  • What fatigue challenges are you facing and are you aware of legal requirements / good practice?
  • Are your working patterns aligned with your demand so they limit overtime and support worker wellbeing?
  • Do you understand how changing shift patterns can positively impact on worker fatigue, health safety & performance?
  • How do you ensure fatigue is managed during times of reduced resource when the likelihood of employees working overtime or excessive hours increases?

together HSE WTS

This cross-industry event is jointly hosted by the HSE and WTS. Building on previous events, it will help you to develop your understanding of fatigue, share experiences of fatigue risk management, discuss challenges and create solutions.

HSE works with companies from across industry to assess fatigue risk and enable them to develop their own sensible fit for purpose fatigue risk management systems that promote healthier and safer working. HSE fatigue experts have a track record of contributing technical advice on shift work and management of working hours to inform HSE guidance, regulation, and investigation, which means that HSE has unique insight and technical expertise in this area. WTS are shift pattern and roster management experts; using powerful software and specialist insight, they help organisations plan, manage and monitor shift patterns and rosters that boost productivity whilst supporting shift worker health, wellbeing and work-life balance.

Fatigue arising from poorly planned shift work arrangements or long working hours can lead to human error, ill health, injury and reduced productivity. It is estimated to cost the UK up to £240 million per year in terms of workplace accidents alone.

 

Who should attend:

This event is aimed at people in shift working organisations who:

  • Are responsible for defining their company's Safety Management System
  • Are responsible for monitoring fatigue, advising on occupational health or training relating to fatigue
  • Anyone in a HR or Operational role responsible for roster design and workforce planning

 

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  • Enable you to understand how shift patterns can impact health, safety and performance;
  • Provide information about the legal requirements and good practice for managing fatigue;
  • Consider methods that you might use to track and assess fatigue risk;
  • Offer practical strategies you can use to manage and mitigate fatigue more effectively;
  • Help you make the business case for investment in fatigue risk management;
  • Provide insight around the design of demand-led shift patterns that reduce fatigue and deliver employee wellbeing/work life-balance gains;
  • Explore how visibility over worked hours, rest, holiday and absence can be incorporated into workforce management systems

 

Event Delivery:

The event will be delivered by HSE fatigue experts who are specialists in the field of fatigue risk management and WTS specialists in shift pattern design and workforce management. Experts will draw upon their experiences of working with a variety of industries and organisational sizes both within the UK and globally. This event will also include case studies presented by organisations who have first-hand experience of addressing fatigue risks and an interactive workshop.

Who will present:

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Julie Bell

 

Principal Scientist with over 20 years of experience in the field of Human Factors. As the HSL Technical Lead on Human Factors, she has a team with expertise in rail, process safety, oil and gas, petrochemical sectors and the Control of Major Accident Hazards (COMAH). Her specialist areas are safety critical task analysis, human error identification and fatigue risk management.  Her opinion has been accepted in expert witness statements relating to major and/ or fatal accidents (e.g. Buncefield Storage Facility Explosion), the assessment of the human factors implications of shift work changes, the development of Fatigue Risk Assessment Guidelines for application by the Nuclear Inspectorate, and consultancy in management systems and fatigue risk assessment.  In collaboration with J.C. Williams, the originator of the method, Julie has updated the underpinning human error data for the Human Error Assessment and Reduction Technique (HEART, a well-established and highly regarded human reliability assessment method).

Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Ergonomics and Human Factors

WTS

Martin Gee

Since graduating from Cambridge University as a Chartered Engineer, Martin has previously worked in a number of senior engineering and operations roles for a range of manufacturing companies such as Pilkingtons Glass Ltd, Hays Chemicals Distribution Ltd and Cussons UK Ltd. This has given him first-hand knowledge and experience of successful production operations and the labour issues surrounding working time. Martin understands the factors that need to be taken into account when embarking on a change programme from a client's and an employee's perspective, and the importance of systems to help manage and maintain new ways of working, ensure legislative compliance, deliver long term organisational and employee benefits.  Martin is a Director at WTS with substantial experience and a proven track record in all aspects of achieving and implementing working time change. Since joining WTS in 2007, Martin has led a diverse range of projects with great success, and developed the Project Delivery / Consultancy provision. He currently heads up the Customer Services team, with a focus on building excellent customer relationships.

Martin had led a range of impressive projects during his time at WTS. Following the body of work he completed with Thames Water, they won HR Excellence Awards 2012 for the most successful change management programme. Martin has led and managed projects across a wide range of markets including Emergency Services, both Central and Local Government, Food Manufacturing and Utilities. Key clients include Thames Water, National Grid, United Utilities, Maritime and Coastguard Agency and Cheshire West & Chester Council.

Ben Levy

An Area Manager with Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service which Ben joined in 1997. He has worked across Greater Manchester in a number of command and managerial positions, holding a number of central roles in GMFRS. Ben has responsibility for Operational Assurance, Contingency Planning, Resilience and several strategic change projects including duty system planning to identify the required skill-sets to safely crew frontline emergency vehicles. With the emergency response nature of the workload of the Fire and Rescue Service, fatigue is an important factor in the consideration of maintaining the health and wellbeing of firefighters and officers. Ben's approach to, and understanding of these factors, supports the safety of GMFRS firefighters and the communities they protect.

Ben holds professional degrees in both Education and Engineering and is a Member of the Institution of Fire Engineers.

Venue

ETC Venues - Manchester
11 Portland Street
Manchester
M1 3HU

 

 

Cost:

The cost of this seminar is £325 per person (includes notes, lunch and refreshments)

 

 

Please note the invoice option is not available within 4 weeks of the course date, or for overseas customers.  If you are selecting the invoice option for payment, it will be mandatory to input a purchase order/reference number as we are unable to process booking forms without this.


For further dates and additional information email: training@hsl.gsi.gov.uk or contact the Training & Conferences Unit
at HSL directly on +44 (0)203 028 3704.

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HSL Training & Conferences Unit
Harpur Hill
Buxton, Derbyshire
SK17 9JN

E: training@hsl.gsi.gov.uk
T: +44 (0)203 028 3704