Diabetes, the hidden risk for health, safety and productivity in the workplace.

18th Nov 2022

12.00 - 13:00


Webinar Overview

Diabetes effects 1 in 12 people, it is the leading cause of blindness in the working population and there are 170 amputations a week. Learning how to manage your blood sugar spikes could prevent you from ever having diabetes, help you manage the condition if you are already living with it and for some even reverse it. If that’s not enough and you are managing people, do you have in place appropriate diabetes risk assessments, is everyone following DVLA regulations and have you done all that is reasonable and practicable to ensure the safety of your staff around the risks posed by diabetes? We will be covering all this and more in the talk. 

For anyone managing people at work, Health and Safety leads, Wellbeing leads and people who want to take care of their own health through simple steps.

• The impact diabetes has at work and the risks it poses
• How to support people living with diabetes
• The different types of diabetes
• The signs and symptoms
• How to spot a hypo (low blood sugar)
• How to lower blood sugar spikes
• Healthy choices that do not require a diet, just one less and eat your food in a different order.



Managing Director

Kate is the Managing Director of the Diabetes Safety Organisation, working in the construction and logistics sector, addressing the ever-present and increasing safety risk posed by diabetes. The company work to increase awareness and understanding of the invisible risks and health concerns associated with diabetes.

Kate is also a published author with a wealth of experience covering Health, Nutrition and Diabetes. She is working with Birmingham City University and is the Chair of a charity supporting diabetes in the community.

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