BALPPA Webinar “The Importance of Engineering Audits” to be hosted by Finch experts

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Now the leisure industry is starting to re-open following closures due to COVID-19 restrictions, the British Association of Leisure Parks, Piers and Attractions (BALPPA) is holding a webinar to discuss “The Importance of Engineering Audits”.

Finch To Host BALPPA Webinar

The webinar will take place on Wednesday 12th May 2021 and Finch experts Tristan Pulford and Alan Pressley have been invited to host this vital opportunity to get expert advice to ensure parks open safely and without incident.

Throughout the webinar, mechanical and process safety engineer Tristan and electrical engineer Alan will be discussing the importance of conducting engineering audits to ensure health and safety compliance and highlight areas where risk can be further reduced.

Park operators will be able to use the findings to understand their current position having been closed for several months, as well as the plans they must implement prior to re-opening. Tristan and Alan will also discuss auditing techniques, common pitfalls and why it is important to have a target or goal before you begin.

Commenting on the opportunity to host the BALPPA webinar, Finch consultant, Tristan Pulford said “Ahead of the long-anticipated lifting of all COVID restrictions, taking part in our webinar provides park operators with the perfect opportunity to gain insight from health and safety experts to ensure their health and safety processes are fully compliant and all areas of risk have been reviewed. The aim is to ensure parks open safely, without incident and customers can enjoy their experience to the full.”

The webinar is only open to BALPPA members who can register to take part using this link.

BALPPA hold numerous events throughout the year to enable members to engage with each other, share best practice and gain the latest insights on their industry. The organisation has over 300 members and represents the interests of the UK’s commercial leisure parks, piers, zoos, visitor attractions and family entertainment and indoor play centres.

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