You are invited to join the STUC, UNISON Scotland and Adaptation Scotland for the launch of key new resources to help adapt workplaces to climate change impacts.
Come and learn about the importance of workplace adaptation measures and how the new handbook and workbook can help all trade unions take vital practical steps in response to climate hazards.
Online 12noon-1pm Thursday 7 July.
Speakers include STUC General Secretary Roz Foyer, UNISON Scotland Convener Lilian Macer and Secretary of Scottish Hazards Kathy Jenkins, plus time for Q&A. All trade unionists welcome. Book your free place at www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/climate-hazards-resilience-in-the-workplace-handbook-workbook-launch-tickets-371136889427
UNISON Scotland has been working with the STUC and Sniffer – the charity which delivers the Adaptation Scotland programme for the Scottish Government – to develop the new resources. Many thanks to all who have contributed, including the trade unionists taking part in last year’s webinars and agreeing to be interviewed and those on the advisory group. Your input was crucial and is really appreciated.
The new handbook and workbook, and resources from last year’s webinars, are online on the Adaptation Scotland website at www.adaptationscotland.org.uk/how-adapt/tools-and-resources/climate-risks-workplace-protecting-workers-changing-climate
Whether we work indoors, outdoors, offshore or travel for a living, all workers are increasingly vulnerable to disruption, damage, and potential injury from climate change impacts such as windstorms, flooding, and heatwaves. Come to the launch and find out how to make your workplace more resilient.
These resources are likely to be of wide use and interest to all trade unionists, but are particularly relevant for branch officials, health and safety reps, green/environment reps, union learning reps and more.
The workbook and handbook pdfs are also available on these links.
Climate Hazards & Resilience in the Workplace Handbook
Climate Hazards & Resilience in the Workplace Workbook