EDUCATION WEBINAR REPLAY
Is compliance keeping you up at night?
How to avoid risk on your campus
Universities are complex and multifaceted facilities. Potential risk is everywhere, and compliance is key to avoiding dangers of varying scale.
Facilities teams are responsible for protecting not only the welfare of staff and students, but also the reputation of institutions. However, for many, compliance is often undervalued, or overlooked as a means of avoiding anything from injury and illness, through to financial loss and litigation.
In this webinar, our panel of Facilities and Compliance experts discuss the key areas to look to, and critical steps to take to protect your institution.
Bridget Edminson - General Counsel and Director of Governance and Compliance - University of Sussex
Bridget was called to the Bar in 1997 and joined the Government Legal Service in 2000. After posts in HM Customs & Excise and Ofgem, Bridget joined the Ministry of Defence in 2004. At the MoD Bridget held a variety of positions including: Head of Implementation for the Armed Forces Act 2006, Head of Pensions & Personnel Law and Head of General Law. In May 2018 Bridget joined the University of Sussex as their first General Counsel and established its first in-house legal team. Additionally, Bridget is Director of Governance and Compliance, with responsibility for a broad range of matters such as information management, Health & Safety, Safeguarding, Prevent, UKVI and CMA compliance.
Andrew Lunt - Group Managing Director, Salisbury Group
Andrew is responsible for the performance of all company activities across the UK and Ireland. Andrew brings to the role his unique career experience on both the client and provider sides of the contractual relationship. After working with Hyder and Turner & Townsend, he worked as a client advisor on one of the UK’s most complex total facilities management outsourcing projects. In 2013, he led on the provider side as part of a landmark agreement to integrate a range of facilities services under a new company – Salisbury Group. This experience gives Andrew a key insight from both perspectives, including how to design facilities services that improve workplaces for the people who use them. Since becoming Group Managing Director, Salisbury has won important contracts with the University of London, Computershare and the Civil Aviation Authority, among other important clients.
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Salisbury Group is one of the UK’s leading providers of facilities services and was recently named one of the top 10 challenger brands in the sector. Its services include facilities management, engineering maintenance, security services and cleaning. It works at more than 1,000 locations across the UK, including many important and iconic landmark sites.