Birmingham Health, Safety and Environment Association (BHSEA) are inviting any business (small or large) to attend their next event - completely free of charge - on Monday 9th October 2023 at Walsall Football Club.
The event theme is Construction, and attendees will hear from a number of speakers on this increasingly important topic.
The speakers line up at the event includes:
- A presentation on Temporary Fire Protection on Construction Sites given by Simon Mann of Bull Products.
- Contaminated land - Material Management and Remediation by Sam Minett-Smith of Midlands-based Construction Company Speller Metcalfe.
- An overview of the Common Assessment Standard, a set of general prequalification questions that buyers can ask suppliers, either directly or through assessment schemes. A key aim of the CAS is to help standardise the current construction prequalification landscape, to the benefit of both buyers and suppliers, by Stephen Pearson of BHSEA Member of Site Assessment & Training Services Ltd.
Sam’s presentation on Contaminated Land is an open and realistic view of contamination land impacts and considerations that are faced by Principal Contractors. Focusing on practical support and experiences through his time in the field and management positions.
The event is FREE of CHARGE and open to any business and anyone who has responsibility for health and safety in their role would be welcome to attend. Refreshments and a complimentary buffet lunch will be provided to all those who register in advance, with the main event happening between 1.30pm and 3.30pm.
To find out more and reserve a place for this event, book via www.bhsea.org.uk/events and click on the relevant event panel. BHSEA is a not-for-profit organisation with more than 325+ members across the West Midlands and exists to help local businesses protect their people and safeguard their businesses.
Businesses of all sizes who are based within the West Midlands region, especially in Birmingham, Walsall, Sandwell, Dudley, Wolverhampton, Solihull and Shropshire, can currently join BHSEA completely free of charge until January 2024. The comprehensive website provides details about future events, along with lots of other really valuable information to support not only the experienced, but those just starting out in the health, safety, and environment sector.