Jersey Construction Council

The JeCC Winter Seminars 2015

The JeCC Winter Seminars 2015 kindly sponsored by Mourant Ozannes

29th January – The new Approved Code of Practice (ACoP) on Managing Health & Safety in Construction.

An overview from an industry perspective and the legal implications. The construction industry continues to be the industry sector which accounts for the highest number of work related accidents and ill health reported to the Social Security Department each year. This ACoP has therefore been approved by the Minister for Social Security with the intention of assisting persons involved in the construction, design and management of construction projects, in meeting the legal requirements placed on them under the general duties set out under Part 2 of the HSW Law.

After a short presentation by Colin Myers, Health and Safety Inspectorate, the panel, Advocate Mark Temple, Mourant Ozannes, and Nigel Blandin, will field questions from the audience.

Radisson Blu Hotel, 7.30 am for 8.00am start

JeCC member promotional code is available by emailing [email protected]

Thursday 26th February - Employment Law
Employment Law - An update on a range of topical issues, including processes (disciplinary, grievances and capability), issues arising on termination – return of property, confidentiality, restrictive covenants etc. and an introduction to some of the issues around sex discrimination.

Panel comprises of Advocate Helen Ruelle, Mourant Ozannes Malcolm Ferey, Citizens Advice Bureau Patricia Rowan, JACS 

Thursday 26th March - Building Information Modeling
Building Information Modelling (BIM) has developed considerably in recent years and is fast becoming the baseline for building design management providing significant improvement in cost, value and carbon performance through the use of open sharable asset information throughout the entire project and asset life-cycle. Jerseys new Future Hospital Project has embraced the values of BIM and this seminar will provide an insight into how the project will use BIM while demystifying some of its perceived complexities.

Tickets for all seminars available here.

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