Join APS East Anglia region for a panel discussion on Friday 10 July 2020 where an expert panel will be talking about getting back to business now pandemic restrictions are gradually easing. With businesses up and running again the panel will look at the impact of COVID 19 on building design and discuss key issues including:
- managing contractors that are working on your premises;
- monitoring and auditing COVID 19 arrangements;
- keeping staff engaged and motivated to maintain safe working practices;
- improving resilience in case we have another outbreak; and
- undertaking resilience planning from a CDM perspective.
The meeting will be held remotely using Zoom and members will be joined by:
Carla Crocombe – Carla is the Founder and Managing Director of Safety Rocks. She has spent over 20 years in the health and safety industry and has been supporting a wide variety of organizations throughout the pandemic by developing unique training solutions, policies and risk assessments.
Charles Cowling – Charles is a Technical CDM Director for Shore construction consultancy. Charles has been actively involved in a wide range construction schemes, large and small, which have continued to operate throughout the pandemic.
Gerald Brown – Gerald is the Principal of Gerald Brown and Sons. He provides CDM and resilience planning advice and support on projects ranging from minor repairs to large scale schemes
So, sign up for the event today. How better to head off for the weekend by spending your Friday lunchtime with friends and colleagues from across the APS region for our free panel discussion.