Health and safety forum for sports groups

Sport Gisborne to host quarterly code forum to inform sport organisations and clubs about health and safety legislation.

Sport Gisborne to host quarterly code forum to inform sport organisations and clubs about health and safety legislation.

SPORTS groups and clubs have a free opportunity to brush up on their health and safety capabilities with a health and safety forum next week.

Sport Gisborne will host one of its quarterly code forums to inform sport organisations and clubs around health and safety legislation on March 23.

Andrew Burns from ThinkSafe will be talking about a number of topics including holding volunteer event briefings and risk management, together with St John discussing general first aid onsite to event management. The forum on Thursday runs from 12-1pm at Sport Gisborne.

To register contact Sport Gisborne on 06 868 9943.

SPORTS groups and clubs have a free opportunity to brush up on their health and safety capabilities with a health and safety forum next week.

Sport Gisborne will host one of its quarterly code forums to inform sport organisations and clubs around health and safety legislation on March 23.

Andrew Burns from ThinkSafe will be talking about a number of topics including holding volunteer event briefings and risk management, together with St John discussing general first aid onsite to event management. The forum on Thursday runs from 12-1pm at Sport Gisborne.

To register contact Sport Gisborne on 06 868 9943.

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