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CBF Breakfast Seminar with Tudor Williams, DTD Training


The Caerphilly Business Forum is pleased to welcome Tudor Williams from DTD Training to the Borough on Tuesday 22nd May 2018 at 7.30am at Coleg y Cymoedd, Nantgarw Campus. Room ND109


This is the eleventh in our set of breakfast seminars where we aim to provide insightful and helpful seminars that can help businesses throughout Caerphilly.


The benefits of a positive approach to stress management

Whilst the facts, supported by clear statistical evidence, are alarming in respect of the cost of poor approaches to the health and well-being of employees, it is important to take the information presented, and there is a lot, make sense of it and turn it into a positive approach or a 'healthy profit'.

Recent studies have clearly shown the extent to which companies benefit from a positive and inclusive approach to this area of occupational health and safety.

The event will focus on current analysis and guidance which emphasise the opportunities to be gained. It will make clear the key steps to assist you to invest wisely and effectively in this area of business responsibility. It will introduce you in this event to the need for, and benefit from, a positive approach whilst identifying the tools and practices to help you do so.


Tudor Williams CMIOSH of DTD Training Ltd. is a chartered member of the Institution of Occupational Health and Safety and a registered consultant on HSEs consultancy register (OSHCR) He has been a member of the business forum since its inception. Though based in the borough, Tudor works extensively across the country supporting business in a wide range of sectors to improve their approach to health and safety compliance. DTD Training is an approved centre with several national awarding bodies and delivers competence based training up to and including leadership programmes and professional health and safety membership qualifications.

Tudor works extensively with several professional bodies including ROSPA and IOSH to improve policy and provision of health and safety, particularly in the field of the health and safety of young people, apprentices and for employers in education and work based learning which has involved him working directly with HSE advising them on the guidance in this specialised area.

Tudor advises business on a wide range of health and safety issues through preparation and application of procedures and arrangements through to reviewing and auditing of compliance.


Breakfast is included in your registration fee and is served after the talk.
There is free parking at the venue.
This event is open to members and non-members of the Forum.


22 May