Clay Quarry Managers Seminar success
The annual Clay Quarry Managers CPD Seminar has taken place with a capacity number of delegates as once again the event was held in person.
The seminar is aimed at clay quarry managers across the sector and provides an opportunity to network and discuss relevant topics.
COVID-19 forced plans to change over the past two years, but this year around 75 people gathered for the event, at the Double Tree by Hilton, in Stoke-on-Trent.
Lauren Darby, BCC Safety, Health & Environment Director, said: “As well as supporting people with clay quarry responsibilities with their continual professional development, it proved to be a wonderful occasion for networking and getting together in person once again.
“We thank our speakers who provided some very thought-provoking presentations, some of which we have shared also with members.”
The seminar provided a mix of presentations and workshops, with topics, relevant to the management of clay quarries, including health and safety competence, water management, biodiversity Net Gain and quarry machinery safety.
The guest speakers were from MP Skills, Eversheds Sutherland, Chepstow Plant, GWP Consultants and Ecosurv.