Farm family key skills health and safety workshops - July & August 2017
The College of Agriculture, Food and Rural Enterprise (CAFRE) will be delivering a number of farm family key skills health and safety courses from May to August.
These workshops offer a mix of real life stories, up to date information and a practical understanding of on farm risks, how to identify them and how to manage them. Workshops also introduce farmers to the new construction requirements and raise awareness of the ‘Making it Safer’ tool, a key requirement for the new Farm Business Improvement Scheme (FBIS).
|Thursday 27 July||Lisburn|
|Tuesday 8 August||Ballycastle|
|Thursday 10 August||Ballynahinch|
|Thursday 31 August||Coagh|
For more information on these workshops and to enrol, please visit the CAFRE website or contact a member of the Farm Family Health and Safety team:
- Farm family key skills web page
- phone: 028 8676 6980
- Farm family key skills health and safety workshops - event flyer
Managing work-related stress and mental well-being workshops 2017/18
HSENI's Mental Well-being at Work Advisory Service is planning to hold workshops throughout 2017 on managing work-related stress and mental well-being at an organisational and individual level.
An overview of HSE's Management Standards key elements for work-related well-being and the associated risk assessment approach will be outlined. We will also provide guidance on how to use the approach in your organisation and give you the opportunity to explore its practical application.
The workshops are free to attend and will take place at HSENI's headquarters at Ladas Drive, Belfast.
The workshop flyer provides a more detailed overview of what to expect. You can download a copy of the flyer along with a registration form at the following link:
The dates for the forthcoming seminars in 2017/18 are as follows:
- Tuesday 26 September 2017
- Wednesday 29 November 2017
- Wednesday 7 February 2018
You can register an interest to attend the seminars by completing a registration form and sending it to the mental well-being at work team at the following email address: