Working at height conference launch
By Euan Youdale17 August 2016
A new conference to discuss issues concerning working at height will be held in the UK in October.
Implementing Change and Innovation in Work at Height has been organised by The Access Industry Forum (AIF) on behalf of 11 related associations, including, Fall Arrest Safety Equipment Training (Faset), National Access and Scaffolding Association (NASC) and the Ladder Association.
Intended to make a significant contribution to safety and best practice, the conference will focus on the future rather than the nuts and bolts of the present, said AIF.
It is aimed at senior health and safety professionals in the private and public sectors with responsibility for policy setting and directing and managing work at height. As well as members of professional bodies wanting to identify and explore the key issues facing the work at height sector in the 21st Century.
- Peter Bennett, Chairman Access Industry Forum (AIF)
- Philip White: Head, Operational Policy & Strategy Health and Safety Executive (HSE)
- Paul Bussey: Technical Consultant, Allford Hall Monaghan Morris, Architects
- Barney Green: Technical Advisor, Work at Height Association for Project Safety (APS)
- Steffan Groch: Head of Regulatory, DWF Solicitors & Chair, Health and Safety Lawyers Association
- John Dunne: Group HSQE Director, Wates Group
- Tim Marsh: Chairman, RyderMarshSharman Behavioural-Based Safety Consultants
- Shaun Lundy: Interim Chair, HSE Myth Buster’s Panel Academic Portfolio Leader Department of Built Environment University of Greenwich
- Michele Milner: Head of the Centre for Excellence in Learning and Teaching (CELT), University of East London
- Dylan Roberts: Director of Health, Safety & Wellbeing, Skanska UK
The conference takes place Thursday, 13 October 2016 at Holywell Park Conference Centre, Loughborough University, UK.
Find out more at http://accessindustryforum.org.uk/event/2016-aif-conference-latest/