Legionella Seminar: The new ACoP L8 changes

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HBE is hosting two important seminar sessions in Belfast on Tuesday 12th November 2013 about the proposed new changes in the ACoP L8 and what they will mean to you.

Our guest speakers for this event have shaped the new Approved Code of Practice & Technical Guidance, so we have invited them to highlight what you need to be considering before the new ACoP L8 guidance is finalised at the end of the year.

Speakers

Dr Paul McDermott     Specialist in the control of occupational legionellosis
John Newbold             Specialist in the control of occupational legionellosis
David Harper                Independent Consultant

Two Sessions

Morning Session
09:30 – 11:30 (Registration at 09:15)
L8 and the impact on Healthcare Professionals

Afternoon Session
( Waiting list in operation)
14:00 – 16:00 (Registration at 13:45)
L8 for Commercial & Industrial organisations

Who should attend?

Building Managers, Facilities Managers, Estates Managers, Health & Safety Managers, Architects, M&E Consultants and Contractors and all staff with responsibility for Legionella management.

Date:         Tuesday 12th November 2013
Venue:      Ramada Plaza Hotel, 117 Milltown Road, Shaws Bridge, Belfast, BT8 7XP
Cost:         This event is free for HBE clients
Non-HBE clients will be charged a delegate fee of £100 + VAT per session.

We expect these seminars to be extremely popular. There is limited space, so please book early.

To reserve your place, please email nicki.bury@hberm.com, stating which session you wish to attend.

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