NORAC AGM 2022

Thursday 29 September 2022
9:00 am-5:00 pm
West Midlands Golf Club, Marsh House Farm Lane, Barston, Solihull, UK
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West Midlands Golf Club, Marsh House Farm Lane, Barston, Solihull, UK

We are excited to announce that the NORAC AGM 2022 will be the first to be held in person since before the COVID19 pandemic. It will be a great time to catch up with your industry peers, so make sure you don't miss it!

 

Pricing

  • Small Org NORAC Member
  • Free
    Entry for 1 attendee
  • Includes lunch and refreshments
  • Additional attendees can be added for a £50 fee per person
  • Large Org NORAC Member
  • Free
    Entry for 3 attendees
  • Includes lunch and refreshments
  • Additional attendees can be added for a £50 fee per person
  • Non NORAC Members
  • £50 per person
    Entry per attendee
  • Includes lunch and refreshments
  • Additional attendees can be added for a £50 fee per person

 

 

Registration

Attendees

You will need to register for the event here, at least 1 week before so that we can arrange lunch with the venue. Please include the name and email of each registrant and any special dietary requirements.

Webinar

For those of you who can't make it in person, there will also be a free live stream of the event. All members and submembers can access the registration link below, by logging in and visiting this page.

Log in to register for online webinar

 

 

Schedule

Intro Colette Willoughby & Ben Angell-James

 

Introduction & Opening Sessions of AGM (Membership/finance etc)

 

Session 1

 

 

Steven Judge Good to GOLD

Keynote motivational session

 

Session 2

 

 

Sara Mason (Lead) & AHCA Asbestos & Hazardous Materials Consultants Association

Australian collaboration with NORAC considering how soils are dealt with by them in Australia

 

Break
Session 3

 

Richard Assenheim (Lead) & Jonathan Grant

 

Post lockdown, where are we now?

The benefits and pitfalls of home working

Session 4

 

Female Analysts WG The Female Analysts Working Group

Update on developments and changes which will benefit all analysts 

LUNCH
Session 5

 

 

Colette Willoughby Is Routine Air Sampling providing a False Sense of Security?

What are background levels?

 

Session 6

 

 

Samantha Lord (HSE) HSE’s approach to asbestos management:

DWP Select Committee Recommendations’

 

Session 7

 

 

Ben Angell-James (Lead) & Glen White Where have all my staff gone?

Hire, Train, Retain

 

Break
Session 8

 

Derek Todd (Lead) & Paul King Customer Complaints

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

 

Session 9

 

 

Gary McKendrick (Lead) & Toby Ford The Threat IS Real

Real life examples of HSE investigations over survey/analyst misses