Wednesday, 16 May 2018 09:30

Asbestos Management Seminar

Asbestos Management Seminar; further dates announced by Environmental Essentials

Environmental Essentials have confirmed new dates for their popular, complementary seminars covering long awaited HSG248 -  The Analysts’ Guide update and their highly informative “Asbestos Management, you’re it doing right…aren’t you?” toolbox talk. 

Recent sold out seminars in Stoke on Trent and Glasgow have included best practice, duty holder sessions from M&S and an essential guide to prepare for the changes that The Analysts’ Guide will bring to the industry.

Leeds 17th May 2018

Birmingham 5th June 2018

Chester 6th June 2018

The seminar will bring together experts from their consulting, technical and training divisions to present and discuss issues surrounding managing asbestos and compliance with the current and future regulations. The aim is to share Environmental Essentials’ experience in hundreds of large scale compliance projects and to help you achieve best practice within your own organization.

The seminars are also a great forum to meet your peers, and to exchange ideas in an informal and relaxed atmosphere.

The speakers include: James Bradley from Environmental Essentials  - an asbestos consultant, manager and trainer with over 20 years experience - and guest presentations from Craig Barker, Asbestos Manager at Marks & Spencer and Jason Bunn, Asbestos Manager ay The University of Warwick. There will be plenty of opportunity to ask questions!

If you need help with any aspect of managing your compliance process and think you or your colleagues might benefit from attending, please book your place(s) by contacting Rosie Greer on 0345 456 9953 / 07966 614 863 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

These events fill up fast therefore it’s recommended that you register your interest or book your place as early as possible.

About Environmental Essentials

Established in 2004, Environmental Essentials is an independent company providing practical, cost effective asbestos risk management and consultancy to the private and public sectors. The team plan, design and deliver proactive asbestos management strategies to keep people safe and businesses compliant. The company employs more than 200 people across six regional UK offices and five UKAS-accredited regional laboratories, including five mobile emergency response laboratories.

 

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