Since the Prime Minister’s address on Sunday 10th May, we know that FE/ HE providers have been working around the clock to review and digest all of the latest guidance documents and to implement measures that will enable them to begin welcoming some students back from the 1st June. Hettle Andrews would like to invite you to a webinar where our Risk Services Director Michelle Pearson will briefly discuss your health & safety criminal law obligations, and will then guide you through the factors to consider in your risk assessment; with examples of practical implementation. This free webinar will assist you in understanding your legal obligations and compiling your risk assessment. We’ll be distributing a free detailed template risk assessment covering all of the key points following the webinar, and both Michelle and her Risk Services Co-Director Adam Webb, will be available to answer any questions you send in during the presentation.
We hope you can join us in what promises to help you in the task of implementing the government guidance notes. We appreciate that given the timeline, many of you will be in the final stages of compiling your risk assessment; in which case the webinar and template risk assessment will be useful in confirming that you have everything covered, and that your risk assessment is suitable and sufficient.
Date: Wednesday 27th May 2020
Presenters – Michelle Pearson, Adam Webb – Hettle Andrews Risk Services Directors
Timing: 1hr webinar, followed by 15 mins for Q&A
Target audience: FE/ HE providers.
Please go ahead and try the link now, and if you find any technical difficulties, do not hesitate to call us on 0121 423 6213 and we will be happy to help.
Michelle Pearson BSc (Hons), GradIOSH
Risk Services Director
Tel: 07966 198356
Michelle’s experience began in the Education sector over 15 years ago as Health & Safety Manager for Weymouth College, before branching out into consultancy and working with FE Colleges and Independent Schools across the UK. Michelle is passionate about Education and committed to assisting clients in achieving and maintaining a safe, healthy and supportive environment. She is frequently invited to speak at major conferences and events, such as the 2018 ISBA Health & Safety, 2018 ISBA New Bursars’, and 2020 AGBIS conferences, and has most recently been providing practical advice and guidance, as well as designing risk assessment templates for the education sector to ensure that they are supported through the current COVID-19 pandemic.
Adam joined Hettle Andrews, a leading Chartered insurance broker and risk management consultancy, in 2007. Starting on the insurance side of the business and gaining Chartered Status from the CII, Adam then moved across to set up Hettle Andrews’ Risk Services division in 2012. Working closely with the broking and claims teams, Hettle Andrews now provide an integrated insurance and risk management offering, supporting clients with health and safety, training, fire risk assessment, business continuity planning, as well as delivering HR and other legal/regulatory support through our partner law firm. Adam works particularly closely with our education clients, delivering clear and pragmatic advice in all of these areas, supporting their risk management needs.