conference - Access Industry Forum

Working at Height
Access for Life // 2019

Hear from industry experts on the issues around working at height

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The venue

Located adjacent to the world-famous Trafford Centre and within easy reach of Manchester city centre, the stadium is easily accessible by all transport.

 

Speakers

Our speaker list includes:

Dr Karen McDonnell
RoSPA OSH Policy Adviser

Dr Karen McDonnell is the Occupational Safety and Health policy adviser at and Past President at IOSH.

Alison Thewliss MP
APPG Work at Height Chair

Alison Thewliss MP is the Member of Parliament for Glasgow Central and is the Chair of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Working at Height.

Gordon Maddan
Office for Product Safety & Standards

Gordon is the Assistant Director at the Office for Product Safety & Standards and responsible for managing the implementation of PAS 7100 – the Product Recall Standard

About the event

The event dedicated to the issues around working at height

14 November 2019

This one-day event is dedicated to the issues around working at height . From protecting people to access by design, getting a grip on height safety to the obligations of duty holders, the work of  parliament in protecting people through to issues around farm safety, we have a wide range of industry experts to share their insight and perspectives on working at height.

Presentations from: Health and Safety Executive (HSE)  Transport for London (TfL)  Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA)  Arup • Office for Product Safety and Standards  AFI-Uplift Ltd  Health and Safety Lawyers’ Association  All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Working at Height   No Falls Foundation  National Farmers’ Union.

The venue

A J Bell Stadium, Manchester

1 Stadium Way

Eccles

Manchester

M30 7EY

Pre register your interest

The Access Industry Forum Limited
Registered Address:10 Queen Street Place, London, EC4R 1BE
Administration Office: 7 Newton Place, Glasgow G3 7PR
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Phone: 0845 020 4242

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