Monday, 29 September 2008
This year's subject will be "Combining Safety, Health and Environment - have we succeeded?", and will be hosted by John Armitt, CBE FREng FlCEChairman, Olympic Delivery Authority.
In this lecture John will reflect on the move in recent years in corporate governance from just safety to safety, health and environment; the expectations in the performance of the industry; and the roles of the respective players: clients, designers, contractors/suppliers.
For more information and to register go to the Capita Symonds website
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60 volunteers from Capita and Capita Symonds’ Sheffield offices recently spent three days revamping a local primary school.
The voluntary scheme – which was organised in conjunction with South Yorkshire Cares, a Business in the Community initiative – saw employees from Capita’s local offices – Capita Symonds, Capita Hartshead, Capita Group Marketing and Veredus – helping to spruce up the nearby Springfield School.
Led by Project Manager Andrew Borthwick, a Capita Symonds team redecorated the school’s IT suite, school reception area and staff room kitchen.
Michelle Tilney, Community Coordinator of Business in the Community said: “We are really pleased that so many volunteers joined this exciting project. This project created a colourful and lively environment for the children to study, staff to work in and visitors to enjoy.”
Andy Borthwick added: “This was a great opportunity to make a real difference in the local community and for our employees from a wide range of business to work together. We have been
working with Business in the Community on a range of projects and we look forward to many more to come”.