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We work in partnership with our union colleagues at all levels within the organisation to ensure our health, safety and wellbeing controls are appropriate and work effectively. We encourage staff to consider becoming Union Health and Safety Representatives to ensure this is meaningful to everyone.

Union Health and Safety Reps

NHSBT recognises the value of communication with employees, through their Health and Safety representatives. The NHSBT by promoting a health and safety culture will support and help achieve the objectives of reducing accidents and ill-health for all colleagues. The role of the Health and Safety representative is to work in partnership and engage with management in a meaningful dialogue to promote a good safety culture. Their role and the duties of the employer are laid down in law and in guidance produced by the HSE. The NHSBT arrangements are to consult effectively with health and safety representatives as described in MPD355. 

National Health Safety and Wellbeing Committees

  • Monday 2nd September - New Street - Room 2
  • Monday 2nd December - New Street - Room 2
  • Monday 2nd March - New Street - Room 2

Union colleague pre-meeting: 11:00 am  - Room 4

Management pre-meeting: 12:30 pm

Joint meeting 13:30pm - 15:30pm

Health, Safety and Wellbeing Policy Group

  • Monday 7th October - New Street - Room 3
  • Monday 20th January - New Street - Room 3
  • Tuesday 21st April - New Street - Room 3

Meeting will start at 13.00pm and finishes at 15.30pm

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