Safety in the workplace webinar 

Registrations for this webinar is now closed. The recorded webinar can be found on YouTube.

Safety in the workplace is gaining ever more importance especially in manufacturing and distribution centers, where high risk areas such as forklift traffic colliding with pedestrian routes put people's lives at risk on a daily basis.


Leading barrier manufacturer A-SAFE has been pivotal to the sharp improvement of safety in the workplace worldwide. Not only pioneered the most robust and modular flexible barrier in the market, they have been on the forefront of defining standards and codes of practices with the British Standards association that define and solve safety issues in the workplace. This code of practice is known as PAS 13. 

We are therefore delighted to carry out a webinar which focuses specifically on this topic with the participation of our leading suppliers of flexible impact barriers, A-SAFE. This webinar will focus around the new code of practice defined by PAS 13 which has been evolved to anticipate danger areas, and how barriers can be placed to eliminate these risk areas. It will conclude with practical 'problem and solution' exercises that can be realised with the wide range of barriers available from A-SAFE.

The webinar will be organised by Spima carried out by A-SAFE in English. 

The agenda will be as follows:

  • 11:00 - 11:20: What does A-Safe do? (20 mins)

  • 11:20 - 11:50: What is PAS 13 code of practice and how can it improve safety in the workplace? (30 mins)

  • 11:50 - 12:10: Safety barrier applications & technical information (20 mins)

  • 12:10 - 12:30: Identification of risk zones and solutions by example (20 mins)

  • 12:30 - 12:45: Case studies (15 mins)

  • 12:45 - 13:00: Questions & answers (15 mins)

If you are interested in participating please submit your details below to confirm place. We encourage you to only submit if you are certain of your attendance as spaces are capped. Priority will be given to organisations based in Cyprus. The attendance of this online workshop is free.

Webinar date: Thursday 28th May, 11:00 to 13:00