Pinsent Masons' Mock Trial, Guilty or Not Guilty?

12 Sep 201909/12/2019 09:00am 09/12/2019 03:30pm Pinsent Masons' Mock Trial, Guilty or Not Guilty? Pinsent Masons’ UK Health & Safety and Regulatory Risk Advisory team break new ground by running the first ‘prosecution’ of an organisation for failure to ensure the mental health of its employees. Pinsent Masons LLP, 30 Crown Place, Earl Street, London, EC2A 4ES Europe/London public

09.00 - 15.30

Pinsent Masons LLP, 30 Crown Place, Earl Street, London, EC2A 4ES

Poor mental health impacts on the workforce in all sectors. It is also an issue that is increasingly coming under the spotlight from an enforcement perspective.

Join Pinsent  Masons for this pioneering event, giving delegates in all sectors food for thought when it comes to reviewing your own policies and procedures on this important issue.

Over the course of this complimentary event they will provide Health & Safety professionals, GCs, Heads of Legal, in-house lawyers and C-suite the opportunity to hear the latest on health & safety enforcement, whilst participating fully in the Mock Trial, in which you – the audience -– play the jury and must decide whether to convict or acquit the defendant.

With the best will in the world, sometimes things go wrong. In which case, it is important that you and your employees are well prepared and in the best possible position to protect the company’s interests if a serious health and safety incident occurs.

The event will close, post lunch, with a panel discussion hosted by Pinsent Masons and joined by a leading QC and guest representatives.

Guest speaker and panellists:

  • Noreen Tehrani of Noreen Tehrani Associates and current British Psychological Society representative on the European Foundation of Psychological Associations
  • Simon Antrobus QC, Crown Office Chambers
  • John Kean, Safety, Health & Environmental Manager, Morgan Sindall Construction & Infrastructure (Aviation)
  • Judith McNulty-Green, OSH Content Development Manager, Institution of Occupational Safety and Health
  • Sharon Stevens, lead Mental Wellbeing Champion and Trainer, Network Rail

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