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Reminder - Central Safety Group Tuesday 8 December
Topic: What COVID-19 means for workplace safety

Central Safety Group is wrapping the year up with the subject that has had such an impact on our lives and work these past eight months.

Join Professor David Caple when he discusses Covid-19 and workplace safety via zoom on Tuesday 8 December at midday. David has been working on COVID-related projects with the healthcare and government sectors during the crisis. He will reflect on the psychological and physical risks, ways these can be managed and what long-lasting impacts coronavirus could have on the workplace. He will then open the session for questions and discussion.

Participants are encouraged to join in and talk about what is being done in their own industry or workplace.  It should be an interesting session!

When: 12:00-1:00pm, Tuesday, 8 December, 2020 
How: Online via Zoom. Financial members will automatically be emailed the Zoom meeting link. (N.B. A video recording of the session will be available on the website exclusively for financial members.) 
Cost: Financial members* free. Others $10 [Individual membership fee for 2020: $75] *If unsure of your membership status, contact [email protected]

Book online now (RSVP by 7 December)

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