Members can now book to attend our 2019 Manchester Seminar to be held on Thursday 4th July at the University of Manchester.
RISCAuthority is very pleased to announce the agenda for its annual Manchester seminar, which will be held on at the University of Manchester.
As usual, this morning event is free to attend by the membership and will be followed by good opportunities for networking over lunch and a glass of wine. You are encouraged to bring along your key customers who may find the content useful. The day will be hosted by our RISCAuthority Chairman David Williams, and since space is limited we encourage you to book early via the link below to be assured of a place. For those member companies who centrally administer attendance, please contact your internal representative first.
We have been very fortunate in attracting expert speakers to cover an eclectic mix of topical subjects, including the threat posed to satellites from space debris; technology advances in internet connected smart-lock systems; the challenges facing foam fighting systems as we move to fluorine-free alternatives; historical building protection post Notre-Dame; the challenge to police car crash recovery services posed by electric vehicles; and an overview of advances in electric vehicle technologies. I think you will agree that not many events would present such a diverse range of topics at one sitting, but if nothing else I can assure you it will be both informative and entertaining. The programme can be downloaded below:
RISCAuthority Manchester Seminar Programme 2019
This event will be repeated in London on 4th November 2019. All enquiries should be directed to Maev Buchanan at . The RISCAuthority working group conveyor will be on hand to answer any questions that you might have, and there will be stands to peruse aimed at reinforcing the messages of the day.
We look forward to seeing you there,
Dr James LD Glockling,
Technical Director FPA & RISCAuthority