Practical OH Law Certificate
A three-day course from The At Work Partnership run with the support of Brunel University London
Date: 8–10 December 2020
Location: Central London
A practical three-day course designed to provide occupational health professionals with an in-depth understanding of OH law at work. This qualification will provide you with a detailed comprehension of the full scope of your legal responsibilities – so that you can ensure that your work, and the work of your department, is fully compliant with legislation and case law.
Course director and lead tutor: Professor Diana Kloss, Barrister
Other tutors include: Nick Hanning, Anthony Gold Solicitors, Professor Alan Neal, University of Warwick and Emily Yeardley, BakerLaw LLP
The course topics include:
• Introduction to OH law and the criminal law of health and safety
• Discrimination law: key concepts and legislation
• Consent, confidentiality and data protection in OH
• Disability discrimination
• Employment law and fitness for work
• Employment tribunals
Book and pay by 31st March and save up to £100 + VAT with our early bird rates.
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