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Legislative Changes

CITB NI

Wednesday, 26 February 2020 from 09:15 to 13:00 (GMT)

Legislative Changes

Registration Information

Registration Type Remaining Sales End Price Fee Quantity
CITB Registered Employer
Only available to employers who are registered with CITB NI
20 Registrations 25 Feb 2020 Free £0.00
Non CITB Registered 5 Registrations 25 Feb 2020 £25.00 £0.00

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Event Details

LEGISLATIVE CHANGES AWARENESS TRAINING FOR THE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY

Why attend?

Having an understanding of the relevant legislation is important for any business working in the construction industry, whether that legislation applies directly to them, or indirectly via their supply chain / main contractor. However, keeping up to date with the changes can be time-consuming and difficult. This seminar will provide a summary of the main changes found in construction legislation and contracts over the last few years.

Who should attend?

Anyone in the construction industry who is interested in construction legislation, especially project managers, contract managers, in-house counsel, HR managers, site foremen, site managers, and small business owners.

Content includes:

  • Building Regulations: Legislative framework underpinning Building Regulations and how they are enforced
  • Dispute Resolution: Dispute resolution options including adjudication, arbitration and litigation, mediation, expert determination and early neutral evaluation
  • Modern Slavery: Understanding and complying with the Modern Slavery Act 2015
  • New Forms of Contract: Contracts including JCT, NEC, RIBA, DOM/1 and DOM/2 forms

Programme

9:15-9:30am:      Registration, tea & Coffee

9:30-9:45am:      Presentation on CITB NI’s Products and Services

9:45am-1pm:     Legislative Changes Awareness Training

Speaker Profiles

Stuart Murphy

Stuart is a Partner in Carson McDowell LLP and head of the firm’s Construction Law Team. He has over 25 years’ experience of advising construction clients in relation to both contentious and non-contentious matters in Northern Ireland, Great Britain and internationally. He has extensive experience of the major industry standard forms of contract such as NEC, JCT, RIBA, ICC, FIDIC, ACE and many others. He also regularly acts for clients in construction disputes, including mediations, adjudications, arbitrations and litigation.

Clare Bates

Clare is the Director of Legal Operations and Compliance in Carson McDowell LLP and is a lawyer and former Partner in the firm.

Clare has an in-depth knowledge of the Modern Slavery Act 2015 and has drafted Modern Anti-Slavery policies and conducted risk assessments. She has provided bespoke training both for the firm and clients of the firm in a wide range of compliance issues including the Modern Slavery Act, GDPR, record keeping, AML and conflicts of interest.


Cost:

FREE to CITB NI registered employers ONLY – please have your registration number when booking

£25 for non-CITB NI registered attendees

Do you have questions about Legislative Changes? Contact CITB NI

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Catalyst Inc
Innovation Centre
Bay Road
BT48 7TG Londonderry
United Kingdom

Wednesday, 26 February 2020 from 09:15 to 13:00 (GMT)


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CITB NI

CITB NI is both an Industry Training Board and Sector Skills Council. Our role is to work in partnership with the industry improving the skills of those employed or intending to be employed in the industry. Our vision is to have a construction industry where skills and competence are at the core of every business plan and a training culture where skills are at the heart of each construction company to help improve the productivity of the NI construction industry. We continue to work closely with industry partners, stakeholders and Government to ensure a qualified and competent industry to ensure growth is sustained over the long term.
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