The MATS Group are pleased to announce that tickets are now on sale for our next annual conference which will take place at the Ricoh Arena, Coventry on Wednesday 22nd April 2020.
Thanks to our headline sponsor Virtua who have agreed to support the event once again.
Tickets can be purchased by clicking here
We have had an excellent response from over 25 exhibitors and confirm Nationwide Platforms, Petzl, Arco, Commhoist, Never Let Go will all be attending along with a host of others including:
XI Training, Safety at Height, Abaris, Ridgegear, Harken, P2ML, Tracked Access, Heightec, Link Microtek, Maser Comms, Spanset, Data Structures, FLI Structurers, Straightpoint, and Swann Engineering.
The conference committee is putting together another interesting and varied range of speakers for the event but is also keen to see if any stakeholders or interested parties have any particular issues or subjects you would like to be covered at the conference?
If you have any particular relevant topic suggestions please email your suggestions to firstname.lastname@example.org
Call for feedback - DRAFT Guidance Note GN-018 - Risk Assessment and Method Statements
The MATS Group have drafted a new Guidance Note GN-018 and would like to receive feedback on this draft approach to communicating uncertainty from industry experts and officials who are involved in Working at Height and RF issues.
We will assess all comments from interested parties which are submitted and these will be taken into consideration if found to be relevant and appropriate to include in the final version of the document.
Click here to download the draft GN-018 notes.
Please forward any comments to email@example.com before Friday 13th July 2018....
The programme for the Register’s Annual Meeting has been finalised. The event has been running for over a decade and has seen a string of esteemed guest speakers and interesting presentations covering a variety of aspects relating to RF in the workplace.
This year it is no different. The morning session focuses on training for work in an RF environment. Hugo Bibby, Link MicroTek, will talk to us about the “current standards and expectations of RF awareness training” and following this Robin Conway, ARCC communications, will tell us how “the proposed Government approved apprentice scheme for RF Riggers” is shaping up. In the afternoon we will be joined by Julian Kelsall-Joel, Qinetiq, who will speak about the unique “challenges (and solutions) of managing RF at Qinetiq” and finally Nigel Cridland, PHE, will provide us with “The latest from Public Health England” on dealing with RF in the working environment.
It is again hosted at The University of Birmingham’s Medical School on the 6th of Dec 2017, beginning at 10.30 and finishing at 3.30. If you would like to attend or require further information please write to us at RFregister@bham.ac.uk or contact Ian Litchfield on 0121 414 6006.