Do you see what I see?
To find out the answer to this, and other attitudes to risk, why not join members of the London region of the Association for Project Safety [APS] on Thursday 17 September 2020. The online event will provide a fascinating insight into how different people on the same team can have a dramatically different view of the level of risk there may be on any project.
This presentation explores how designers, CDM principal designers, and clients view risk and explores some of the underlying factors which influence decision-making.
It is based on a recent survey on working at height. Respondents were asked about their opinion and risk perception of access at height. Clear evidence was provided supporting one particular access method. Some people changed their mind but, interestingly, others would not change their opinions.
About the speaker
Ken Hannah is an associate director at Potter Raper where he is a senior CDM consultant and principal designer. Ken has over twenty years’ experience gained in both occupational & construction health and safety consultancy. He is a certified member of the Association for Project Safety, a chartered member of IOSH, CIOB and CABE and a member of the Institution of Fire Engineers. He has a MBA and a MA as well as cognitive qualifications in construction management, a MSc OSHE and a Master of Studies for interdisciplinary design in the built environment from the University of Cambridge.
For more information please contact Peter Taylor at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please register your interest by clicking the link: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_J0S4JRYWRtu9tvXQNdt6qw