Paul Beaumont from IATP speaks at Contamination Expo Series 2017

Paul Beaumont from IATP speaks at Contamination Expo Series 2017

On the 27th-28th September 2017 we attended the Contamination Expo Series at the London ExCel centre.

This is the 2nd year we have attended the exhibition to support our friends at IATP (Independent Asbestos Training Providers).

Speaking to the visitors was Paul Beaumont, CEO of IATP.

He was there to discuss the current position of asbestos in 2017.

Paul spoke about the status and industry position of asbestos surveys, removal and training.

Case studies were also looked at and observation of actual information received from duty holders, clients and the industry workers.

Paul Beaumont from IATP speaks at Contamination Expo Series 2017

As well as being CEO of IATP, Paul is also the Managing Director of his own asbestos business, BIACS Ltd where he provides Asbestos consultancy, training and advice.

The information Paul shared was very well received by visitors to the exhibition.

Paul Beaumont from IATP speaks at Contamination Expo Series 2017 - photo of IATP stand

Paul’s role at IATP is to promote and develop the organisation.

He has worked in the asbestos industry since 1986, working his way up doing different roles.

For more information, visit his website https://www.biacs.co.uk/

Duty holders and employers have a legal responsibility to manage asbestos in their building so as not to put employees at risk. Contact our Armco office for asbestos management and refurbishment/ demolition surveys on 0161 763 3727 or by visiting https://www.armco.org.uk/

Alternatively, to book onto one of our asbestos training courses, please call 0161 761 4424 or visit https://www.armcoasbestostraining.co.uk/ 

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Published Oct 09, 2017
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