Air, water, health and safety - the modern elements for successful building management

11th May 2021



09:30 Open
10:30 Close


The use of the ‘elements’ (fire, earth, air, water, wood and metal) to represent principles of life, has its roots in thousands of years and many different cultures. In their properties, they are all also essential to the construction and operation of our buildings, premises and places of work.

Over recent decades increasing legal and moral pressure has further impacted these modern elements from a health and safety, as well as sustainability perspective, in what we build and how it is managed now. The last year has also brought additional pressure on them too, as has the change in perception of the user.

So, join us on Tuesday 11th May 09:30-10:30 for a webinar to understand how the elements of air, water and health and safety align currently for those managing buildings, and what will they predict for the future?

Our next webinar will bring together the expertise of three of our senior consultants and service leaders, Vicki Filby-Filson, Kerry Clarkson and James Campbell and Greg Davies, Director of Market Development, to read the signs and provide you with a ‘horoscope’ of:

  • What we are practically seeing in the marketplace;
  • How current learnings are influencing successful building management; 
  • What you can be doing to help your remobilisation and reassure staff; and
  • Some further future considerations you may need to make.

Our Speakers

Greg Davies, Director of Market Development

Greg is a recognised expert in health, safety and environmental compliance and as a result has been asked for support in a range of investigations, and with his extensive working knowledge he is a regular presenter at industry events. He been involved in discussions with various Government departments and others (DECC, Defra, the EA and CCC) on compliance and sustainability.

Using this combined experience Greg is increasingly being asked by customers to brief and update their boards of directors and governors on health, safety and environmental compliance. Greg has also recently joined an Institute of Directors Expert Advisory Group on The Future of the Workplace.

Vicki Filby-Filson, Senior Consultant and Health and Safety Service Leader

Vicki has supplemented her BSc in Environmental Chemistry with NEBOSH qualifications and a Postgraduate Certificate in Occupational Health and Safety Management and believes that understanding how organisations work is crucial to enable good health and safety management to be aligned with their day to day operations.

Vicki delivers a wide range of health and safety services including training, policy, risk assessment, management and arrangements, meeting and competent person support. She works with a variety of customers including multi-national corporations, independent schools, charities, retail, property management and further education at different levels, with the aim to provide the right level of support on an individual basis

Vicki Filby-Filson

James Campbell, Senior Consultant and Workplace Environmental Service Leader

Before joining Assurity Consulting, James graduated from University of Portsmouth with a BA in Geography. He studied both the physical and human areas of the discipline, with a focus on sustainability, environmental hazards, urban regeneration, and geographical information systems.

James provides customers support with the indoor environment in terms of air quality, water quality and hygiene conditions. This is provided across a variety of built environments to both owner occupiers and in landlord/tenant situations. He undertakes Legionella risk assessments, Legionella management reviews, creates water management systems and delivers water management system reviews.

James Campbell

Kerry Clarkson, Senior Consultant and Legionella Service Leader

Kerry joined Assurity Consulting in October 2008 as a consultant and completed an intensive internal training period to satisfy UKAS and ISO 9001. She now delivers Legionella risk assessments and creates bespoke water management documentation for many of our customers and supports them with ongoing legionella management.

Kerry has completed her NEBOSH Certificate in Fire Risk Management and NEBOSH Certificate in Health and Safety. She is a key account manager and works closely with her customers and delivers fire risk assessments and combined assessments for our customers and has the responsibility of managing and developing our Legionella services, supporting with training and quality control to meet our UKAS requirements.