Noise at Work Webinar
Stop the claims NOW!
Cost Per License: £ FREE
Industrial deafness as covered by the Control of Noise at Work Regulations 2005 is still one of the UK's biggest areas for claims and represents a huge financial burden to organisations, insurance companies and the government. So how can we reverse this tide of compensation payouts? The answer is, not surprisingly, to stop people going deaf at work, but surely this is a mammoth task?
Well actually, the solutions is surprisingly simple and straight forward to put into action and it all boils down to priorities and focus - but more of that when you attend our short webinar, where I will give you the fundamentals to start this process right away.
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
"Very enjoyable and informative webinar"
Rees Davies, Ledwood - 28th Apr 2015
"Very useful/informative. Will definately help me in my role as an insurance risk assessor."
Karl Curtis, Chubb - 28th Apr 2015
"Concise and clear content and guidance"
Mark Robinson, Thermacore - 28th Apr 2015
"Very helpful at explaining the basics and the necessary action."
Jill Yeates, Lewes - 28th Apr 2015
"Excellent presentation again. The presenter was very knowledgeable and delivered the content in an easy to understand way. Thank you."
Lee King, Acco - 28th Apr 2015
This is a random sample of the 5 testimonials we have for the Noise at Work Webinar.
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"Good course with relevant content. Excellent venue knowledgeable tutors...."
Angus Morrison, Petrofac Training Limited
17th Jun 2014
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"Course was brilliant, I really enjoyed it the tutor was absolutely competent and answered all my question..."
Rosen Andreev, ABP Ellesmere
15th Feb 2011
Derek Cliffe, Cliffe Consulting Services
21st Oct 2015
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"Good level of knowledge for a one day course...."
Heather Phillipson, Sheffield college
19th Nov 2014
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"Very useful course, practical and theory, good use of slides and hand units...."
Paul Evison, Stoke on Trent Council
18th Nov 2014
HAVS In A Day