Mammoet's Andrew Lees to speak at CATME

By Murray Pollok17 August 2018

Andrew Lees, corporate director SHE-Q at Mammoet, has been confirmed as a speaker at the Cranes and Transport Middle East (CATME) conference in Dubai on 10 October.

Lees, who has worked at Mammoet since 2006, will discuss safe working practices and, in particular, Mammoet’s use of the Serious Injury Fatality (SIF) concept. His presentation is titled: Spot SIF before it spots you.

Andy Lees photo

Andy Lees, corporate director SHE-Q, Mammoet.

The programme for the event is now almost complete – see here.

Other speakers include Aaron Chehab (KBW Investments), Dr Sham Senthil (Integrated Logistics Co), Marco Van Daal (The Works International), Martin Ashfield (Al Naboodah Group), Nagham Al Zahlawi and Nawar Al Zahlawi (both NFT), Thorsten Hesselbein (Liebherr Tower Cranes) and Edward Talbot (ALE).

Topics being covered include:

  • Construction activity outlook for the Middle East;
  • Communication and its role in safety;
  • Safe use of tower cranes;
  • Sharing expertise on wind turbine projects;
  • Preparing your company for a crisis.

The conference is on 10 October at the Waldorf Astoria Palm Jumeirah, Dubai. See: www.khl-catme.com

 

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