Speakers confirmed for IPAF Elevation UK event

IPAF Elevation UK 2019, Conference

All speakers are confirmed for IPAF Elevation, the International Powered Access Federation’s (IPAF) UK member conference, networking and gala dinner, which will be hosted at the Whittlebury Park Hotel, Towcester, Northants, on 18 November 2021.

After an introduction from Craig Rooke, Managing Director of CTE UK and conference host, Peter Douglas, CEO & Managing Director of IPAF, will give a brief update from the federation. Martin Hall, Safety, Health & Environment Director at Morgan Sindall Construction will then present Trials & Tribulations – The Principal Contractors View’, before Dr James Cadman, Head of Consultancy & Carbon at Action Sustainability will deliver The Supply Chain School: Collaborating for Sustainability.

The second half of the conference will see Richard Whiting, IPAF’s UK Market General Manager, give a UK Market Sizing report, before Scott McCall, Net Zero Specialist, Snorkel considers how a move to greener solutions has influenced products. Joe Hilton from JCB will deliver the final presentation, again focusing on sustainability.

In addition to the speakers line-up, delegates will enjoy a light lunch before the conference begins, and the day will be rounded off by a networking reception and dinner with entertainment from comedian and actor Ted Robbins, known for his roles in Phoenix Nights, Benidorm and Coronation Street.

Peter Douglas says: “We’re pleased with the programme we’ve put together and I’m confident that all in attendance will enjoy hearing from such fascinating speakers. I’m really looking forward to what promises to be an engaging and entertaining event.”

● Visit www.ipaf.org/elevation for further details about conference speakers, hotel options and to reserve your place at IPAF Elevation UK 2021 before 13 November.

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