Online briefing session for supply chain to be held as part of SHL!VE digital week.
Safer Highways are pleased to announce that as part of its SHL!ve digital week it is to host an online “Lunch and Learn” briefing session designed to give managers and directors from across the Highways England Supply chain a latest update on the HE Passport Scheme.
Taking place at 12.00pm on Monday 21st September and hosted by Tanya Morris, Development Director at Reference Point, the software providers behind the scheme, the 45 minute online briefing will offer attendees a comprehensive overview of the Highways Passport System and service:
What Passport Is
Who it is For
How It is Used
Benefits of Implementation across the entire Highways Supply Chain.
Plus real-life case examples from Highways projects. Following its approval by the supply chain safety leadership group and Highways England’s decision to award extra points in the tender process for organisations who adopt the scheme, the session will provide a useful insight into the features and benefits of the skills card and also an insight into future development. Who Should Attend?:
Managers and Senior Directors.
Health and Safety Managers
Those responsible for worksites and their colleagues.