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Permit to work - in association with the Chemical Industries Association

Tue 06 Dec, 2022
Manchester Airport Marriott Hotel, Hale Road, Altrincham, UK

This event is being run in association with the Chemical Industries Association. You can view the full event details on their website.

Why attend?

A Permit to Work is an integral part of a safe system of work and can help to properly manage the wide range of activities which can take place on a site. It is not simply permission to carry out a dangerous job. It is an essential part of a system which determines how that job can be carried out safely and helps communicate this to those doing the job. 

This new and extended course has been specifically designed for anyone requiring to increase their underpinning knowledge of permit to work systems, including those who issue permits or those supervising or monitoring the work. The course is also appropriate for managers who have responsibility for the audit and review of the permit to work system.

Date & Location

6 December 2022

10:00 – 15:30 (Timezone: London, GMT+1)

Manchester Airport Marriott Hotel, Hale Road, Altrincham, UK

Agenda

10:00 – Welcome and registration
10:15 – Background – what is a permit and when is a permit required
11:45 – Permit to Work Systems
12:40 – Lunch
13:15 – Permit to Work Systems – Roles and Responsibilities
14:30 – How to audit and review PTW systems
15:30 – Q&A

Who should attend?

The training is designed for those from storage, distribution and manufacturing companies who wish to increase their underpinning knowledge of Permit to Work systems.  It is suitable for those who are directly involved in issuing a Permit to Work and supervising or monitoring the work, as well as managers who audit and review the Permit to Work system.

Registration & fees

350.00 GBP (ex. VAT) - CIA Member

390.00 GBP (ex. VAT) - Non-Member

While this event is hosted by SLR, registration costs are paid directly to the trade association, you will be sent a direct link once you have registered your interest with us.