Television journalist Louise Minchin will host APS’ National CDM Awards, in London this October
Louise will present at the event which celebrates and rewards inspirational good practice in design and construction health and safety risk management.
As well as a highly respected career in broadcast journalism, Louise also has extensive experience of working with live audiences: presenting awards, chairing discussions and conducting question and answer sessions.
As a journalist Louise has interviewed many leading public figures, business leaders, politicians and celebrities. She has covered the major news stories of the last decade, including the 7/7 London bombings, the capture of Colonel Gadaffi, and the marriage of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.
New APS chief executive, Lesley McLeod said:
“The Association of Project Safety’s annual CDM awards are a marvellous opportunity to showcase the best of the design and construction health and safety risk management sector and a valuable way to highlight the vital importance of health and safety in construction. Having Louise, with her wealth of experience in broadcast journalism, host the night, helps strike the right balance between celebrating good practice and providing that sprinkle of star dust so everyone has a wonderful evening.
“Anyone working in construction and the built environment is very welcome to come along but, with such a high profile celebrity host and a full programme of top class entertainment in prospect, I urge anyone interested to sign up soon. I am very much looking forward to my first awards ceremony – they look set to be fun, a fantastic opportunity to network and an important chance to honour those who are leading the way in making sure people involved in construction can work safely and well. I look forward to meeting as many of your members and friends as possible at the event.”
The awards ceremony will then take place on Thursday 27 October in London at The Radisson Blu Portman Hotel. Tickets are now available to purchase to attend the prestigious event.
Tickets are available to purchase from the APS website. A single ticket costs £125 + VAT and a table of 10 costs £1,125 + VAT.