Legally speaking, how good is your asbestos management?
13th June 2023
30 Gresham Street, London, EC2V 7QP
It is now nearly two decades since the duty to manage asbestos in non-domestic buildings has been in place. In the intervening years, duty holders have undoubtedly had challenges, but most are now far bettered informed on what the risks are now and how they manage them.
Asbestos management is a long game and changes in duty holding, building use and management can all influence the integrity of your compliance. So, for our next seminar, in collaboration with Devonshires solicitors, we will be considering where the pitfalls can occur with asbestos and if it does go wrong, what the consequences are.
Taking both a legal and practitioners view, together with our audiences’ judgments, we will be reviewing asbestos scenarios and case law to understand what success should look like, in effectively managing the risk of asbestos today.
Please come and join us for breakfast, some interaction using Sli.do on your smartphone (it’s easy to use and instructions will be provided on the day), and healthy debate.
Kathryn Kligerman, Partner, Devonshires
Kathryn has experience in contentious and non-contentious aspects of the construction industry in both the public and private sectors. She regularly drafts and negotiates bespoke contracts for clients as well as amendments to the standard forms such as the JCT and NEC suits. Kathryn also advises on the merits of construction disputes and represents clients in adjudication, meditation, expert determination and litigation.
Mike Ayling, Consultancy Services Manager, Assurity Consulting
Mike is a P402 and P405 qualified asbestos surveyor with over 30 years experience and regularly undertakes asbestos awareness and management training. Mike is also the Consultancy Services Manager responsible for our asbestos team. Mike has been a guest speaker at various events including the IWFM and previously worked as an asbestos analyst.