Spotlight Session: Online Health & Safety Systems – Curse or Cure?
Online Health & Safety Systems – Curse or Cure?
By Mike Jamfrey Managing Director, Healthy Buildings International
10:00-10:40 & repeated 13:00-13:40
In this session, delegates will learn about online health and safety systems and why so many companies are now moving records online in favour of cloud based technology.
The seminar aims to identify why so many online compliance systems exist in the marketplace and how procuring the right types of systems can save Estates Managers time, money and lead to tighter controls of risk management in the workplace.
In addition to this delegates can expect to leave the seminar better informed to procure online compliance systems in the future with a thorough understanding of attributes and features and the shortcomings of various system types.
This session is ideally suited for Health and safety managers, Property Managers, Estates Managers and Maintenance Managers.
Since joining HBI in 1996 as a building consultant Mike has gained considerable practical experience in all aspects of building compliance, including Asbestos, Legionella, Noise, Health & Safety and Air Quality consultancy. Indeed, he has worked on many large scale projects, dealing with almost every type of property construction and use.
In 2001, Mike set up and managed the company’s Northern Operation from their office in Wakefield, West Yorkshire.
In 2011, Mike relocated to the HBI Head Office in Reading to take on the role of Commercial Director, overseeing business operations nationally and assisting the company in both commercial and technical growth.
In 2016, Mike took over as Managing Director of HBI. With over 21 years of building compliance knowledge, Mike is regularly involved in assisting organisations managing their Health & Safety matters and can often be found writing policies and assisting in development of company strategies across portfolios of buildings.
Mike has been instrumental in developing and advising on on-line compliance systems for the last 15 years.