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Watch on demand: Managing Contractor Risk in your Supply Chain webinar

The numerous risks involved in managing the supply chain were discussed by a panel of experts in webinar organised by Construction News and supported by Alcumus.

Balfour Beatty’s head of HS&E Keith Prince joined John Patch, director at Roger Bullivant, and Nikki Sammé, Alcumus’ marketing & portfolio development director, to discuss how risks could be mitigated in a world where an increasing number of construction projects are multi-sited and becoming more complex and difficult in scope.  

The panel highlighted the different forms risks could take from differences in working practices relating to health and safety, an incompatibility of technology and information systems, or even differences in skills, competencies and training standards.

As well as identifying and examining the types of risk, including commercial, performance and health and safety, and associated impacts, the panel provided advice for improving the management of health and safety risks – across both large and small sites.

They also provided first-hand experiences, perspectives and case examples of working on their own projects.

The webinar was chaired by Denise Chevin, consultant editor of Construction News.

Register or enter previously registered details to watch on demand now for free.

Managing contractor risk webinar

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