Healthy Workplaces for All Ages - Health and Safety Event

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This FREE Seminar will be held on Tuesday 24 October 2017 and focuses on raising awareness of the importance of a sustainable working life and helping employers gather the benefits that older workers can bring to organisations.

The event is organised by Enterprise Europe Network in partnership with Bradford Area Occupational Health and Safety Forum (BAOHSF).

By 2030, workers aged over 55 are expected to make up 30 % or more of the total workforce in many European countries. This creates challenges for employees, employers and businesses. In light of an ageing population and declining demographics, it is vital to create safe and healthy conditions for all workers throughout their working life. Doing so ensures our workforce is sustainable and dynamic.

Organisations of all sizes and sectors, public or private, as well as individuals, are welcome to to join us for inspirational case studies from the public & private sector, sharing good practice and facts and figures from national bodies. 


9.30-9.50                Registration & Refreshments

9.50-10.00              Introductions

10.00-10.30            The Multigenerational Workforce (by Sheffield Occupational Health Advisory Service)

10.30-11.00            Tackling Workplace Stress to enable Sustainable, Healthy Working Lives (by the Health & Safety Executive)

11.00-11.30             Break & Refreshments

11.30- 12.00           Case Study: Promoting the Health, Safety and Wellbeing of an Ageing NHS workforce

12.00-12.30            Case Study by Yorkshire Water

12.30-12.40             Questions & Answers

12.45                       Close?

To book onto the event please register here?

Or contact Katrina Fuchs on 01274 434262 or by emailing

For further information about the EU-OSHA Healthy Workplaces Campaign (2016-17), please see



Published: 15/09/2017
Audience: Head Teachers, Business Managers, HR Managers
Contact: Katrina Fuchs

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