Formed in 2009, the internationally award-winning Fournier Trio has rapidly established itself as one of the leading young chamber ensembles in...
The College has a responsibility for the Health and Safety of members, its staff, visitors and contractors.
In fulfilling that responsibility Heads of Department and others organising events or arranging for work to be carried out should carry out risk assessments beforehand, and review these if circumstances change.
The following links provide guidance and examples which may be helpful. Further assistance in this matter is available from the Development Officer or Facilities Manager should it be required.
Five steps to Risk Assessment - the HSE short guide here
HSE's Risk Management Home Page here
HSE's guidance on Work at Height Regulations schedule 6 - use of ladders: here
A blank Risk Assessment Form (PDF format) is available on the right.
18 November 2019The Fournier Trio tenth Anniversary Concert18 November 2019Lord Reed delivers the first lecture in Experience of Courts lecture series
The Experience of Courts is a Wolfson College Lecture Series which aims to explore the socio-legal dimensions of our experience in courts, and...18 November 2019Carey Young and Students Visit London Art Shows
The students came from a wide variety of disciplines - Oriental studies to Oncology, Archaeology to Clinical Neuroscience and Anthropology, as...
Lectures and Seminars18 - 18Nov NovThe Campaign against ISIS in Iraq and SyriaMonday 18 November - 6:00pm to 7:00pm
Major General Christopher Ghika has just finished a year as the Deputy Commander of the counter ISIS campaign in the Middle East. It is his second tour in this role, having been in Baghdad during the early days of the ISIS rising in 2014/5. He will give an overview of the campaign and how it has changed over time followed by drawing out the main features of the operation and what lessons and guidance diplomats, statesmen and leaders may take from the experience.Courses and Workshops18 - 18Nov NovZen MeditationMonday 18 November - 7:00pm to 8:00pm
Meditation for new comers and old hands. Thirty minutes sitting meditation and 30 minutes talk on the underlying practice that is essential for meditation. The sole purpose of all Buddhist meditation is to relieve suffering: stress, anxiety, depression and all the other shades of emotional, psychological and mental suffering.College Committee19 - 19Nov NovDesign project 2019Tuesday 19 November - 1:00pm to 1:30pm
A temporary display of the College's Design Project 2019 is available to be viewed in the Upper Common Room for members. Come and join us for an informal talk about the project on Tuesday 19 November 2019 from 13:00 to 13:30 in the UCR.