A panel of high-profile speakers is being assembled for April’s annual seminar of trade body UKSpill.
The Inland Spill event will bring together contractors, insurers, agencies and other relevant organisations to debate ‘real’ spill costs, sustainability and training. A mini exhibition will run alongside.
Venue is the Fire Service College and delegates will be given tours of the site.
Rupert Frost of QuestGates loss adjusters will provide an overview of the expectations of the insurance industry on accredited contractors while Mike Nicholas of the Environment Agency will give an update on the agency’s project to assess the true impact and cost of pollution incidents.
Jon Burton of RAW Group will explain the concept of environmental sustainability and how it can be considered in spill response and remediation.
Stewart Ower of OHES will update recent progress and future plans for the training and accreditation of contractors before Steve Moreby of Gloucester City Council takes the podium to give an insight into the expectations of Environmental Health Officers following spill incidents.