BHETA’s series of member webinars has just been extended with another four events added to the popular programme. The first is on Wednesday 20 May with BHETA’s HR and health and safety business service provider, Ellis Whittam, closely followed on Thursday 21st May by a webinar with foreign exchange specialists, AFEX.
The health and safety event will cover off everything employers should have in place to ensure the health, safety and well-being of employees returning to work as businesses reopen, as well as talking through the Government’s Covid-19 recovery strategy plan in general. Attendees will also be able to pose questions. The session will be delivered by Nick Wilson, Director of Health and Safety Services, a seasoned safety practitioner with over 25 years’ experience. Formerly an Inspector with the HSE, he worked in the regulatory division of a national law firm before joining Ellis Whittam in 2013.
The AFEX webinar will see Mark Deans, sales manager and Jonathan Rackstraw, Senior FX options dealer talking through the following agenda:
- An overview of AFEX
- The volatility of foreign exchange through the Covid-19 crisis
- Details of the AFEX complimentary trade audit and risk assessment consultation
- How to mitigate risk.
Again, there will be a Q&A session for specific queries.
BHETA has also lined up the CBI to provide a business update, and market data provider GlobalData to update members on the latest financial projections for the home enhancement industry and dates will be announced shortly.
Commenting on the programme, BHETA’s marketing manager, Steve Richardson said, “The webinar formula is really gathering pace since launch in April. Not only are numbers of attendees growing with every event, the quality of advice is excellent and wide ranging – and vital for supplier business at this critical time. I urge all BHETA members to participate.”
BHETA’s chief operating officer, Will Jones added: “BHETA is demonstrating that not only can it still deliver added value services, but that it also able to provide information and contacts, including retail contacts to its members.”
To register for any of the BHETA webinars, or for more information about future events, contact Nicola Adams at the BHETA Member Services Team on 07946 078566, or alternatively, email on firstname.lastname@example.org