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November 27, 2019

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Women in Health & Safety

Breakfast event: The history of London Dock and how demolition has evolved over the years

Discover the fascinating history of London Dock and learn the various aspects surrounding the health and safety of demolition.

History of demolitionSt George PLC is hosting a Women in Health & Safety breakfast meeting at St George London Dock on Friday 29 November. The networking event is open to all, male and female, members and non-members.

Aoife Devaney, Assistant Health & Safety Advisor at St George will be joined by two guest speakers, Danny Byng and Wayne Jeves from Hughes and Salvidge.

Places are limited, so registration will be capped.

Event details

Date: Friday 29 November

Time: 09:30 – 11:00

Location: St George London Dock, E1W 2BD

The speakers

Aoife Devaney, Assistant Health & Safety Advisor at St George

‘The fascinating history of London Dock, how St George are keeping aspects of the history embedded into the development and forming the next chapter in a story of evolution’.

Danny Byng, Airports Contracts Manager at Hughes and Salvidge

Wayne Jeves, Project Manager (Aviation Division) at Hughes and Salvidge

‘How demolition has evolved over the years, the health and safety surrounding certain components of demolition and the interesting aspects of a demolition company that some people may not be aware of’.

 


About Women in Health and Safety

The Women in Health and Safety network is run by an independent committee, Chaired by Dr Judith Grant, Director of Health and Wellbeing at Mace. The network hosts free-to-attend events, for all health and safety practitioners, which take place throughout the year around the UK.

All past and upcoming events are listed on the SHP Women in Health and Safety hub and advertised in the Women in Health and Safety LinkedIn group.

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