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Cyber Security and Health & Safety Event for Employers:  Are you Safe?
Cyber Security and Health & Safety Event for Employers:  Are you Safe?

Thu, 28 Apr


Rochdale Training

Cyber Security and Health & Safety Event for Employers: Are you Safe?

Review Health & Safety legislation and Cyber Security for the workforce with Rochdale Training.

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Time & Location

28 Apr 2022, 08:00 – 10:00

Rochdale Training, 1 Fishwick St, Rochdale OL16 5NA, UK

About the event


08:00 -08:15 - Welcome from Mark Whittaker, Marketing Manager, Rochdale Training

08:15 - 08:45 - An introduction to the Cyber Resilience Centre, how to protect your business from online crime

08:45 - 09:45 - Effective Management of Manual Handling Activities

09:45 - 10:00 - Breakfast & Networking


The North West Cyber Resilience Centre will discuss the current North West regional cybercrime trends and the devastating effect a cyber-attack can have on a small business.

With newspaper headlines of businesses facing cyber-attacks making the front pages, we want you to learn more about the online threats you can face as a business. Cyber security isn't just about technology and computers: it involves your staff, your processes, and the culture of your business.


  • What security threats do businesses face?
  • What do they look like?
  • How can you combat them?
  • How to keep your staff educated on the latest cyber threats through security awareness training
  • Our newly released Cyber Incident Response Plan


Presented by Peter Palmer CMIOSH FIIRSM (OSHCR). As a Chartered Occupational Safety

and Health Practitioner, Peter has key areas within which he specialises and practices –

including Manual Handling and Control of Musculoskeletal Disorders (MSD). Manual handling is one of the main causes of musculoskeletal disorders, which are the second most common occupational injuries within the UK. Nearly half of all work-related ill health seen by general

practitioners are MSD-related. Prevention and control of work-related musculoskeletal disorders is a significant consideration in your business risk management process – legally, morally and financially.


  • Principles of manual handling
  • Common types of injuries
  • Legal aspects
  • Manual handling risk assessment (MAC and L23)
  • A brief introduction to Assessment of Repetitive Task (ART) & Risk Assessment for Pulling and Pushing (RAPP)

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