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IIRSM and the Scaffolding Association partner on conference

IIRSM and the Scaffolding Association partner on conference

The International Institute of Risk and Safety Management (IIIRSM) and The Scaffolding Association are working together to deliver two full-day events, taking place in London and Birmingham.The conferences will stress the importance of managing temporary works effectively and fill the gaps for those responsible for planning and monitoring the temporary works phase of a construction project. 

With both organisations firmly believing in practical and straight to the point training, the sessions will be delivered by industry specialists with extensive experience in the construction sector.
Rob Candy, CEO of The Scaffolding Association, Professor Rudi Klein of the SEC Group and Dr Mike Webster of MPW R&R Consulting will focus on the key points delegates need to know on the subject of temporary works. Issues covered will include best practice and management, responsibilities and consideration for health and safety and insurance problems and contractual Issues. The day will end with a Panel Review and Q&A session. 

Robert Candy commented: “There are still major gaps in how temporary works are managed due to the lack of understanding by those thrust into the role. We frequently see cases that highlight that a wider understanding is needed, not just from those who fulfil the role of TW designer or co-ordinator.  Giving more confidence and knowledge to everyone involved in the process can only be of benefit”  

Clare Fleming of IIRSM said:“With around 40% of our membership working in the construction sector, I’m delighted that we’ve been able to partner with the Scaffolding Association on such an important topic.”

London – Tuesday 20th November 2018
Birmingham – Wednesday 3rd April 2019

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