IPAF to hold Scotland regional meeting

By Euan Youdale04 February 2015



The IPAF Scottish regional meeting will be held on 11 February.

The meeting will be hosted by Peter Douglas, UK operations director, Nationwide Platforms.

Mark Keily, QHSE director, Nationwide Platforms, will discuss behavioural safety and examine how improving safety with rules and processes is not sufficient.

Tamlin Roberts, managing director, Bolt Learning, will give an explanation of two issues encountered when developing eLearning, covering the different stages of learner and distance learning styles.

During is presentation Mr Douglas will present his personal views on the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats faced by the UK powered access industry.

in addition, IPAF director of operations Giles Councell will give an overview of what IPAF does, including how members can get involved in the work of IPAF.

IPAF regional meetings are a simple and effective way to learn about the industry. They are open to members and non-members, and end with a networking opportunity and light buffet supper for which there is a nominal charge. Register in advance at www.ipaf.org/en/services/regional-meetings

It takes place at 18:30 in the James Watt Suite at the Hilton Strathclyde, Phoenix Crescent, Strathclyde, Bellshill ML4 3JQ, Scotland.

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