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Network with your fellow peers at the upcoming North West branch meeting. This meeting is held in partnership with the Association for Project Safety (APS).
After Grenfell: re-evaluating fire risks and saving lives by Andy Grimshaw, Operations Manager, Spectra Compliance
We become anaesthetised when we see catastrophes every week, until we watch a major loss of life event in the heart of London, our capital and one of the world’s richest cities…
What to us was unimaginable or inconceivable, has already been described as predicted and foreseeable by the residents, many of whom lost family members and friends in the disaster…
With inquests, investigations, inquiries, independent reviews, not due to report for some time, and prosecutions already being discussed, how can we be confident that we understand our fire risks and take appropriate action.
We are pleased to confirm that Bobby Chakravarthy (APS President) and Phillip Pearson (IIRSM Chief Executive Officer) will be in attendance. They look forward to meeting with as many members as possible.
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COST: Advanced registration: £10
On the door: £12
Thursday, 16 November, 2017 - 18:00 - 20:00
Birchwood Leisure and Tennis Complex, Benson Road, Warrington, WA3 7PQ
Event Date & Location
18:00 - Doors open
18:30 - Welcome - refreshments
18:45 - Presentation - After Grenfell: re-evaluating fire risks and saving lives by Andy Grimshaw
19:30 - Q&A
19:45 - Branch updates
20:00 - Networking and close
Andy is a highly regarded health and safety professional with over 30 years’ experience in the field. Working from both the consultancy side and the client side, Andy has a wealth of experience in compliance and is able to provide a unique approach to H&S matters in relation to Fire, Asbestos and Legionella.