Wayne Bagnall

UK Asbestos Training Association (UKATA)

Wayne operates a specialist asbestos and demolition safety consultancy; Wayne Bagnall Consulting with a small team providing advice, training and support to ensure safe and cost-effective projects.

In the 1970’s Wayne studied Chemistry & Biochemistry for five years attaining a City & Guilds Full Technological Certificate equivalent to degree level. He continues his education in management and safety gaining Membership with the Chartered Institute of Management (MCMI), a qualified Demolition Engineer with the Institute of Demolition engineers (IDE) and a corporate Membership with IOSH. In 2000, Wayne was one of the first four people to be awarded a Master’s Degree in Construction (Health & Safety) Management at John Moores University Liverpool.

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Asbestos Packers in Reinforced Concrete

Case study of how these were discovered, classified and removed during the demolition of a 7 storey 1970’s RC frame building.

Wayne Bagnall will be speaking in the following theatres:

Keynote Theatre - Wednesday 11.45 - 12.15: Asbestos Packers in Reinforced Concrete

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