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NEBOSH announces its support of the Charities Safety Group 21st Anniversary Conference

NEBOSH is delighted to sponsor the Charities Safety Group’s 21st Anniversary Conference this April. The conference will address health and safety competency and training for charity and voluntary workers.

The day’s programme will cover a range of different perspectives on the topic of competency and training in the charity and voluntary sectors. This includes a case study on training the London Olympic volunteers delivered by Lawrence Waterman as well as a session from Barry Wilkes, NEBOSH Director of Strategy about the impact of health and safety qualifications.

Barry said: "The Charities Safety Group carries out fantastic work. Charities get involved in a diverse range of activities and are often supported by a network of passionate volunteers. It’s critical for these volunteers, charity staff and the public that health and safety is managed effectively.”

“We’re delighted to sponsor the 21st Anniversary Conference and celebrate this milestone with the Group.”

Claire Guise, is Health and Safety Manager for Marie Curie and a member of the organising committee for the conference. She also holds five NEBOSH qualifications and is a NEBOSH Alumni member. Claire added: “It has been exciting helping to put together this conference programme, which will be so beneficial to those working in health and safety in the charity sector. I am really looking forward to what I am sure will be an informative and engaging day.”

The Charities Safety Group 21st Anniversary Conference takes place on 19 April in London and is open to non-members. For further information about the programme or to book your place, please visit: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/health-and-safety-competency-and-training-for-volunteers-tickets-43197954244?utm_term=eventurl_text