Asbestos The Truth Returns, With A New Direction.

25th February 2020

Lucion Services are proud to announce that the Asbestos: The Truth Conference will be returning to you on the 8th October 2020, hosted by the University of London at their world-renowned events venue Senate House.

This year marks the tenth anniversary of the Asbestos The Truth Conference. Asbestos Risk Management Consultants, National Asbestos Contract Managers, and Lucion Services Directors will be enabling delegates with the tools to implement an effective and impactful asbestos management system. Based on feedback from previous conferences, we have changed our conference direction, moving away from exploring the reasons why duty holders should manage their asbestos risks, this year the conference will focus on not only how to manage asbestos but how to give your asbestos management activities impact through implementing best practices. 

As environmental health in public buildings becomes more prevalent in the public eye, we are providing opportunities to access one to one advice with Lucion’s expert asbestos consultants. In addition, the conference will allow you to network with like-minded professionals as well as attend an optional Duty To Manage CPD training course hosted by award-winning training providers Lucion Consulting.

Included in your ticket:

  • Main theatre room attendance during the morning and afternoon sessions
  • A choice of either 
    • 2 x break-out session case study topics (4 topics to choose from), or
    • 1 x CPD Duty To Manage training course hosted by accredited training providers Lucion Consulting. All sessions include takeaway reading materials and access to presentation post-conference.
  • Morning refreshments (beverages and breakfast pastry items)
  • Lunch refreshments (various hot food options will be available to cater for a wide range of dietary requirements)
  • Free conference IMPACT magazine inclusive of editorials from multiple suppliers and discount codes for online e-learning courses delivered by award-winning training providers Lucion Consulting
  • Access to the exhibition (a mixture of suppliers and our approved licensed asbestos removal contractors will be in attendance) and networking hall featuring multiple suppliers and available one-to-one sessions with specialist hazardous material risk management consultants

Main Stage Topics Overview Options:

Below is a brief overview of the speaker subjects we will be covering in this year’s conference. For more information, you can find our full conference program by clicking here: Conference Program.

  • Compliance vs Best Practice: Why Should We Do More?

Phil Rozier – Chief Executive Officer, Lucion Services

  • Missing The Mark: Why Is It Time For Best Practice To Become The Norm

Ross Boulton – Chief Technical Officer

  • Embedding Expertise: The Benefits Of Embedding Asbestos Experts In Your Team

Jeremy Meredith – Accounts Director

  • Communication Is King: Managing Asbestos Collaboratively With Multiple Stakeholders:

Larne Fuller – Area Director

  • Best Practice In Practice: Culture, Lessons Learnt, And The Importance of Competence

Dr Ghazwa Alwani-Starr – Vice President, University of London

  • Business With Impact: Investing In Sustainable, Secure Suppliers

Lucy Armstrong – Commercial Director

Liz Darlison (MBE) – Head of Services, Mesothelioma UK

Break-Out Session Topics Overview Options:

Topics for the break out session portion of the conference are still to be confirmed however please see the below the options for your break-out sessions of which you can choose 2 to attend:

  • Breaking Ground: Asbestos In Soils And Ground Works

During this optional break-out session, Head of Civils Oliver Janaway, and Senior Consultant (Head of Contaminated Land Services) Alec Hales, will be digging deep and tackling misconceptions when it comes to identifying, managing and remediating contaminated land. This close working duo will be looking at project timelines, what you need to plan for and when to act, what to look out for, and what to do if something goes wrong during your project.

  • Keeping it simple: Back To Basics

The management of asbestos is often seen as a huge and complicated task, and depending on your portfolio may indeed not be simple. During this optional break-out session National Utilities Contracts Manager, Stuart Goodman, explains how simplifying your asbestos management arrangements, you can mitigate many complex challenges for both supplier and yourself. Find out how to simplify your asbestos management to make your project a success.

  • 2020 Vision: Illuminating Risk Through Innovative Solutions

Your goal is to be compliant and reduce the risk of exposure to asbestos. But what does this mean, beyond compiling a UKAS accredited report tens to hundreds of pages long? How can software contribute to your goal? And how can software enable you to go beyond compliance? Chris Wilson, Regional Account Manager, and Paul Hayball, NexGen Development Manager, discuss the future of risk strategy and solutions with the latest tech and insights.

  • Protecting The Past For The Future: Heritage And Hazards

All buildings built before 2000 may contain asbestos. This poses a sizeable issue for heritage sites and listed buildings. This poses a sizeable issue for heritage sites and listed buildings. Finding suppliers who will be able to carry out Refurbishment and Demolition Surveys without damaging the integrity of the building requires both trust and best practice techniques. Chris Wood, Technical Consultant, and Kim Johnson, Head of Business Development, talk us through the importance of conserving heritage and alleviating hazards.

Duty To Manage Course Overview:

This year as an alternative to the current break-out case study options detailed above, we are offering our conference delegates the option to attend a 2-hour CPD Duty To Manage training course hosted by award-winning training providers Lucion Consulting.

The training course will cover:

  • An introduction as to why manage asbestos?
  • What are the legal implications
  • What are the health impacts of asbestos
  • Cost implications
  • Current epidemiological statistics
  • How to manage asbestos
  • Working with and managing contractors
  • Conclusion / Questions

Our Aims:

As the UK’s market-leading asbestos testing, inspection, and consultancy, we take great pride in being able to present the largest asbestos management conference to both our clients and other industry leaders. Through thought leadership and knowledge sharing, using our client case studies and experiences to illustrate the challenges and solutions faced by asbestos professionals, we aim to help industry professionals gain the tools they need to go beyond compliance and give their asbestos management activities impact through implementing best practices.

Further Information and Ticket Booking:

For further information about the conference and to book tickets please visit Alternatively, for further information or to pay for your tickets via invoice, contact Lucion Services Group Marketing Executive Kerren O’Malley:

Asbestos Management Conference

As the UK market-leaders in asbestos inspection, testing, and management, with a team of experienced and highly qualified risk, asbestos, and environmental consultants, we look forward to welcoming you to share key information, knowledge, and best practices. 

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