Below you will find a list of presentations and minutes from previous Thames Valley Branch meetings.
If you require access to presentations earlier than those listed, or are looking for a specific event please email us.
25 April 2022 - AGM
02 March 2022 - Managing the immediate and ongoing fallout from an incident
21 February 2022 - How to stand out in the virtual world
15th March 2021
18 January 2021
20th October 2020
Minutes and Driving Better for Business presentation
7th October 2020
Minutes and E-training and virtual classrooms 2020.10.07 handout
07 August 2020 - Webinar
Covid 19 mitigating the effects - Your physical and mental wellbeing | Presentation
Speakers: Dr Andrew Sharman, IOSH President; Tim Eldridge, IOSH Vice-President; Kate Field and Jessy Gomes, IOSH Council Members
4 December 2019
'Mock health and safety offences sentencing hearing: guilty even though nobody was injured'
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Matthew Lee, Health and Safety Consultant - Enforcement Management Model.
Blake Morgan Solicitors and 6 Pump Court - Court Hearing and Judgment supporting document.
18 February 2019
03 December 2018 – ‘Mental wellbeing – the next step’ - Event programme
Presentations from the event...
Mental wellbeing in the construction industry
Mates in Mind
Skin disease: implications for mental health and overall health and wellbeing
Dr Helen Taylor
Slides from Karl Simons
Chief Health, Safety& Security Officer
Managing mental health in the workplace
Dr Richard Castle
Independent Mental Health Consultant
19 November 2018 - Drugs and alcohol awareness
17 September 2018 - Industrial first aid
18 June 2018 - Legal update
21 May 2018 - Bridget Leathley talk on Brexit
16 April 2018 - AGM minutes
19 March 2018 - ISO 45001, Evolution of OHSMSs
14 March 2018 - Asbestos management
04 December 2017 - Managing and monitoring occupational health and wellbeing
Chemicals and the skin, Chris Packham
Noise at work, Shaun Knott presentation
Mental health first aid, Daran Bailey presentation
Keep a check, health surveillance and risks assessments, Julie Routledge presentation