Event title:

FOSE PGR Research Culture and Community Seminar 1

Event details

Event details

Tuesday, 27th October 2020
13:00 - 14:00
  FOSE - PGR Research Culture and Community Seminar Series  

Event description

Event description

Running order for the seminar                                                                 

1. Welcome

2. 'Faculty Focus' - 5- 10 mins with Professor David Atkinson, Associate Dean for Research

A quick update on what’s happening with research activity in the faculty by a senior member of the faculty PGR staff team.

3. 'Talk to us' - 5-10 mins

PGRs can raise group/individual issues, discussions around health and wellbeing and any other issues. Email your questions to us in advance if you like!

4. 'Perspectives on Health and Safety - We're all in this together!' - 30 mins

With Steve Pace, Specialist Course Director, The Institute for Chemistry in Industry at the University of Hull.

The current Covid-19 pandemic has brought health and safety to the forefront of every conceivable type of organisation in the world. This seminar is intended to be a primer for postgraduate researchers on the importance of Health and Safety, providing an overview of roles and responsibilities that we all have both legally and morally in relation to health and safety. The seminar will highlight requirements of UK legislation that apply to everyone, whether working in academia or industry. It also aims to highlight how postgraduate researchers can contribute and cooperate to maintain or improve health and safety standards in their activities.

5. Health and Safety Question and Answer Session - 15 mins

With Steve and (hopefully) a Health and Safety Legal Expert/Solicitor (TBC) from a Kingston Upon Hull solicitors’ practice.

Whilst this seminar will be of particular interest to PGRs from the sciences, the content will also be relevant to PGRs from all faculties.

Any Questions?

If you have any general questions about these seminars please email Jackie McAndrew, PGR Experience Specialist, The Doctoral College on jackie.mcandrew@hull.ac.uk



Registration is required. There are 71 seats available.