IOSH South East District

are pleased to present an afternoon Seminar on “Driving for Work”

We have two distinguished speakers:

Deirdre Sinnott McFeat

Senior Policy Inspector, Work Related Vehicle Safety with

Health and Safety Authority

and

Tim Neville

Transport Manager with National Vehicle Distribution

at

Mount Juliet Hotel and Spa, Kilkenny

on

Tuesday 9th May 2017

at

from 2 pm to 5 pm

 

Followed immediately by

IOSH South East AGM @ 5.30 pm

Admission is free but booking is necessary for catering purposes – email your booking to:southeastern-ireland@ioshnetworks.co.uk

 

Purpose of the Seminar

Delegates will be updated on the latest thinking re managing Driving for Work and will hear some interesting case studies that help to make the business case for investing in this area and effectively reducing risk.

Who should attend?

The Seminar is particularly relevant to Health and Safety Practitioners, Transport Managers and others with responsibility for fleet management and/or driving for work within their organisations.

Continuous Professional Development

IOSH Members attending this Seminar can record it as an activity for CPD purposes.

Programme for the afternoon:

1.45 pm       Registration for Seminar start at 2 pm sharp

2.00 pm       Introduction and Welcome from Mary Darlington, Chair IOSH South East District

2.10 pm       Presentation by Deirdre Sinnott McFeat followed by Question and Answer session

3.05             Break for tea and coffee and Networking

3.20             Presentation by Tim Neville followed by Question and Answer session

4.50             Open Forum and closing remarks

5.00             Seminar ends

5.30             AGM of IOSH South East District

6.00             AGM ends.

Tea and Finger Food will be served after the AGM