Friday 24 July 10.30 AM to 12.30 PM
An online event for waste, recycling and street scene directors and senior managers and interested elected members
This event aims to inform attendees about the experiences, challenges and solutions local authority waste and street scene managers have faced and had to develop in the face of the current pandemic.
With guidance and advice changing almost on a daily basis, managers and staff alike have had to cope with ensuring service continuity, whilst at the same time making sure both staff and service users are kept safe.
The speakers will look at a wide range of topics from developing risk assessments, introducing greater levels of digitisation, creating communications campaigns, negotiating with unions and making service decisions which collectively have helped keep these key services in a state which allowed residents to be confident that their waste would be dealt with and further public health issues would be avoided.
The Seminar will therefore be a must attend event to ensure managers and staff alike are aware of the latest developments in these challenging times.
Adam Thompson, Health and Safety and Emergency Resilience Advisor, Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council
Rob Moore, Director, Behaviour Change
Emlyn Nash, Corporate Customer Services Manager, Cardiff Council
Rosa Tanfield, Group Manager - Neighbourhood Services, Colchester Borough Council
Michelle Thompson, Neighbourhood Service Street Manager, East Renfrewshire Council