EI LIVE | Toolbox presents | Working at height - What can we learn from previous incidents?



15:00 - 16:30


Join this free webinar where our industry speakers will look at hazards associated with work carried out at height, share lessons learned from previous incidents, and look at solutions for eliminating or minimising the risks to prevent similar incidents from happening.

Working at height remains one of the biggest causes of fatalities and major injuries. 'Work at height' means work in any place where, if there were no precautions in place, a person could fall a distance liable to cause personal injury. Such incidents can occur when working above ground level, on ladders or structures, or around openings at floor level.

Through Learning from Incidents, organisations gather knowledge about what went wrong in the past - incidents, accidents and near misses. By analysing what happened in the past, drawing conclusions, engaging with the workforce and changing working practices, organisations can effectively prevent future incidents.

Join us on Tuesday 6th September 2022, 15:00-16:30 BST, when our industry experts will speak about the hazards associated with work carried out at height, and share lessons learned from past incidents.

This webinar is free to attend but registration is required.

New bookers

You will be asked to create an Energy Institute (EI) account during the booking process. Please verify your new EI account by clicking on the link received via email. You can now proceed with booking onto the webinar. If you do not receive the verification email, please contact Alex at aheisu@energyinst.org to validate your account.

Who should attend?

This webinar is intended for a broad audience e.g. HSE managers, HSE specialists, site managers, team leaders, frontline workers, training professionals, LFI coordinators, incident investigators, consultants, researchers, and anyone interested in learning from incidents.

Sponsor the Toolbox presents | Learning from Incidents (LFI) series, and become part of a community of world-class companies supporting and using Toolbox. For more details about sponsorship opportunities, please get in touch with Simon Kirby at skirby@energyinst.org.

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Contact details

Alexandra Heisu: aheisu@energyinst.org

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