The inaugural AGS Safety in Mind Conference hosts a selection of leading industry experts and keynote speakers, who will present on health and safety developments in the geotechnical and geo-environmental industry.
Hear from inspiring speakers including:
Matt Hazleton, ROSPA Rising Star Award Winner 2017
In this emotive and important talk, Matt will discuss the workplace accident that has affected his life forever. Matt was a director of a company and on his site he painfully lost two brothers and two best friends. In this hard hitting story Matt discusses the accident itself, the constant hassle he received from the media and the court case he had to endure being a director of a company. A raw and important talk from Matt is vital to hear, to help increase awareness in all levels of safety.
Keynote: John Gulley of Highways England
Get an insight into how a client approaches geotechnical work with John's insightful keynote, 'Geotechnical work – A clients' perspective'. John will cover how a major client approaches, manages and assures Geotechnical work.
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Who is it for?
The Safety in Mind conference is aimed at anyone in the geotechnical and geoenvironmental sector who wishes to learn more about health and safety developments, issues and solutions in the industry.
1. Get CPD hours
2. Learn about developments in health & safety
3. Find out better ways to manage health & safety
4. Take part in practical workshops in mindfulness and H&S risks during intrusive investigations
5. Network with a wide range of professionals from the geotechnical and geo-environmental sector
9:15am - Registration
10:00am - Talks begin. Lunch and refreshments are included
4:00pm - Conference finishes
Safety in Mind is chaired by Adam Latimer from Ian Farmer Associates, and will cover the following topics:
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