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The Health and Safety Executive’s most recent figures reveal that a shocking 470,000 British employees are suffering from work related musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs). The cost to the UK economy is over £16 billion.
Musculoskeletal disorders affect the muscles, bones, tendons, ligaments, and other components of the musculoskeletal system. MSDs cause pain, discomfort and limited mobility which can severely affect someone’s ability to work and their quality of life.
Join us in this webinar to gain valuable insights and practical tips for effectively managing the risks of work-related musculoskeletal disorders. Together, we can create a safer, healthier, more productive environment for everyone.
Our webinar will cover:
✔ The Risk Factor. Unveiling MSD risks and our toolkit to help you spot them.
✔ From Chaos to Control. Strategies to mitigate MSD risk factors.
✔ The Art of Risk Management. Managing the mitigated risks to ensure sustainable, long-term solutions.
✔ Seducing the Suits. Persuading management to invest in MSD prevention measures.
✔ Winning Employee Buy-In. Engaging employees in proactive health measures to reduce MSD risks.
Adam Clarke | Managing Director (Consulting) | Praxis42
Adam began his career in Occupational Health and Safety as an apprentice and is now leading a successful consultancy. Adam’s wealth of knowledge and experience comes from working across a diverse range of industries, and he continues to seek new ways to improve health and wellbeing, empowering ownership of risk and utilising technology to make compliance easy.
Jonathan Wensley | Founder and CEO | NEXTGEN EHS
Jonathan is a Chartered Member of IOSH offering over 15 years’ experience in senior and mid-level Environmental, Health & Safety, and EHS management roles within the FMCG and Heavy Engineering industries and local authority. Jonathan has a history of designing and implementing processes to successfully control, eliminate, and prevent harm to workers. He is trained in all aspects of EHS Management, specialising in practical and proportionate applications and EHS leadership.