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December 2017

Regional Roadshow

Regional Roadshow

In 2018 we want to carry out a series of workshops to take our support services out across the region, to make them more accessible to a wider number of members.

In order to do this between the end of February/ early March we will be holding breakfast meetings from 8am to 10am, to allow members to take advantage of a whole range of services relevant to them. To ensure our members can make the most of this opportunity, we have taken the decision to hold these workshops in five different locations across the North West region, the following areas will be hosting an event:

Greater Manchester
Northern Ireland

Roadshow Overview:
Human Resources - How to keep up to changes in legislation and ensure you are always using best practice procedures.
Health & Safety - Keep up to the mark and protect your employees from injury with some help from our HS&E Adviser, Phil Ashcroft.
Printing Outlook - How to interpret and use the data gathered. What are the current trends affecting the industry?
GDPR - With the General Data Protection Regulations coming into effect this May, are you aware of your responsibilities?
Waste - Are you managing your waste effectively?

We have limited the places on these workshops to two spaces per member company. This event will be free of charge and refreshments will be provided.

To register interest for the roadshow, click here.



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Oliver Willows
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