01622 689700 / 01474 887688

Health & Safety Good for Business

Gullands Solicitors and Business Doctors invite you to  

Health & Safety Good for Business

Thursday 1st February 2018 

4pm: Arrival and refreshments
4.30pm-5.45pm: Presentations and Q&A
5.45pm-7pm: Drinks and networking

The Spitfire Lounge,
Maidstone United Football Club,
James Whatman Way,
Maidstone, ME14 1LQ

Click here for map


Did you know…
that good health & safety management can improve performance, productivity and profitability within your organisation?
give your organisation an improved standing with clients, suppliers and investors when you want to sell or pass it on?

About the speakers:

Andrew Clarke
Associate Solicitor at Gullands Solicitors 

is noted in the Legal 500 for health & safety. Andrew acts for businesses and individuals in health and safety prosecutions, and also handles compliance issues, contracts and formal notices. Andrew also has over twenty years experience of dealing with personal injury claims.

Peter Searle 

worked for 34 years for Kier including 10 years as their Operations Director in Kent. Peter managed 135 employees and projects up to £50m. Having led recruitment, bid winning and restructuring processes, he understands all aspects of managing SMEs. An MBA in 2003, Peter judges the CIOB Construction Manager of the Year Award for CIOB. He was founding chairman of Constructing Excellence Kent Club now in its fourth successful year.

Our speakers will discuss HSE and IOD guidance which states:

Addressing health and safety should not be seen as a regulatory burden: it offers significant opportunities…

  • reduced costs and reduced risks – employee absence and turnover rates are lower, accidents are fewer, the threat of legal action is lessened; 
  • improved standing among suppliers and partners; 
  • a better reputation for corporate responsibility among investors, customers and communities; 
  • increased productivity – employees are healthier, happier and better motivated. 

Source Leading health & safety at Work HSE 417 (rev1) 6/13