Farm Safety Zone

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Farm Safety Zone; Delivering Peace of Mind.

2022 feature details - 2023 will be announced shortly

Visitors to LAMMA will have an excellent opportunity to assess and improve their on-farm safety thanks to the return of the Farm Safety Zone sponsored by Safety Revolution.

As proud sponsors of the Farm Safety Zone, Safety Revolution will provide delegates with knowledge, advice and support on issues surrounding farm safety. Ultimately, we intend to raise awareness, drive home a positive health and safety message and provide information to delegates who know what they need, but are unsure of where they can go for advice they can trust.

Farm Safety Zone

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Safety Revolution are a specialist consultancy business providing bespoke health & safety advice for farms, estates and agri-business across the UK. We provide a robust and comprehensive system that identifies for our agricultural or estate clients where their liabilities and weaknesses lie in relation to health & safety; and help them to address those issues in a practical, systemic and sustainable way. Clients are provided with a safety management system focusing on simple and effective steps to reduce risk, influence positive behaviours and ultimately, protect people. 

2022 timetable - Wednesday 4th May

Lucy Eardley 9.30am

No Paper. On your phone, on your desktop, in the field. You decide?

Lucy Eardley, Marketing Coordinator at Safety Revolution Ltd

Safety Revolution have launched a new app, delivering peace of mind for you, your business and your employees. The app is designed to assist farms, estates and many rural businesses to maintain legal compliance. Throughout this session, Lucy will demonstrate how the app provides a high quality platform which can be used to easily monitor and record risks and hazards associated within your business.


 

Mia Bambury

12.30pm

Do your Health & Safety on your phone

Mia Bambury, Health & Safety Consultant at Safety Revolution Ltd

Safety Revolution consultant Mia Bambury will discuss how the implementation of Health and Safety on a mobile phone can bring significant beneficial to keeping safe at a touch of a button.

The session will focus on key topics including the use of management tools, across their suite of apps including MeritAgCheck.


 

Micheal Nixon 1.30pm

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Michael Nixon

Mike has been into farming for most of his life. Developing a passion for agriculture, Mike went on to study agriculture at Moulton college, however was then offered a job on a mixed farm, which he had worked up to 15 before suffering from a farm accident in 2019.

Mike will discuss during his speaker session how he his adapting to life in a wheelchair whilst being on hand on the farm.


 

 

2022 timetable - Thursday 5th May

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“Why is LOLER a legal requirement?” Merit Inspections Solutions Panel discussion 

Tim Davies, MeritCheck Support Team, Merit Inspection Solutions
Charlotte Glaysher – Jones, Merit Inspections Coordinator, Merit Inspection Solutions
Andrew Lambden, Operations Engineer, Merit Inspection Solutions

Merit Inspection Solutions delivers a high-quality inspection service to fulfil legal LOLER and PUWER requirements. Our overriding objective is to reduce the risk of injury or death where we are actively involved in the safety management of equipment. We take safety seriously and offer the highest standard of inspection to ensure the safety of your business and your machinery.


 

Greg Hopkinson 10.30am

BASIS

Greg Hopkinson, Head of Business Development at BASiS

UK farmers are responsible for producing safe and healthy food in a sustainable way which protects and enhances the landscape that we all live in. However, crop production doesn’t come without its own hazards and risks which can impact on the safety of operators, the general public and the wider environment. BASIS will be explaining how through effective planning, careful management and a proactive approach UK farmers can continue to produce crops in a safe and responsible way.


 

James Chapman

 

12.30pm

Real life, Real People

James Chapman MBE

Following a life-changing farm accident in 2005, James has actively campaigned to raise awareness of farm safety. At the Farm Safety Zone James will tell his story, explain how the accident affected his life and what others can do to stay safe on farm. James will also talk about his Nuffield Farming Scholarship which was concerned with the global issue of farm safety and the barriers to creating a safer industry.

James was awarded an MBE for his services to farm safety in 2012, is a former National Chairman of NFYFC and is currently managing a 500-acre arable farm in Warwickshire.


 

Emily Pain

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1.30pm

Hidden dangers of CoSHH

Emily Pain, Health & Safety Consultant at Safety Revolution Ltd

CoSHH is often overlooked as a legal requirement but is in place to protect from ill health and harm caused by exposure to harmful substances, symptoms of which may take many years to develop. Reducing the risks associated with using substances hazardous to health in the workplace is important but doesn’t need to be complicated.

Safety Revolution Consultant Emily Pain will explain the importance of CoSHH and how businesses can manage the process effectively.


 

Oliver Dale

2.30pm

What makes a good farm manager, manage his farm safely

Panel discussion chaired by Oliver Dale, Marketing Director, Safety Revolution

This panel discussion will discuss how farm managers can use different techniques throughout the year to make their farm safer. This discussion will share the techniques use to make farms safer places to work and promote farm safety to other farm managers.

Joined by:

  • Oliver Dale, Marketing Director at Safety Revolution Ltd
  • Edward Vipond, Farm Manger at Troston Farms, Farmers Weekly Farm Manager of the Year & Farmers Weekly Farmer of the Year 2021
  • Oliver Martin, Arable and Grain Business Manager, Bedfordia Farms Ltd
  • Other panellists to be confirmed soon

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